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DV330021 - 

Development Kit, dsPICDEM™ MCSM, Unipolar & Bipolar Stepper Motors

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MICROCHIP MICROCHIP
Manufacturer Part No:
DV330021
Newark Part No.:
63R7711

Product Overview

The DV330021 is a dsPICDEM MCSM development board Kit targeted to control both unipolar and bipolar stepper motors in open loop or closed loop (current control) mode. The hardware is designed in such a way that no hardware changes are necessary for 8 wire, 6 wire or 4 wire stepper motors in either bipolar or unipolar configurations. Software to run motors in open loop or closed loop with full or variable micro stepping is provided. A GUID for controlling step commands, motor parameter input and operation modes is included. This flexible and cost effective board can be configured in different ways for use with specialized dsPIC33F motor control digital signal controllers (DSCs). The dspICDEM MCSM development board offers a mounting option to connect either a 28 pin SOIC device or gneric 100 pin Plug-In Module (PIM).
  • UART communication via USB
  • Motor control interfaces
  • Build in 15V power supply, maximum power available 11W
  • Build in 3.3V power supply, maximum power available 2W
  • LED indicators for PWM outputs arranged in a full bridge format
  • ICSP connector for programming the PIC18LF2450 USB to UART bridge
  • LED indicator for over current
  • Auxiliary power tab fast on connectors for the power stage

Applications

Motor Drive & Control, Embedded Design & Development

Contents

DsPICDEM MCSM development board, dsPIC33FJ32MC204 plug-in-module (PIM), USB to mini USB cable, Screwdriver, dsPICDEM MCSM Development Board CD ROM.

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Can you suggest the part number of Stepper motor for dsPICDEM MCSM development board (part number DV330021)
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Suggested part number of stepper motor for use with dsPICDEM MCSM development board is AC300024 from Microchip.
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Can you suggest the of 24 volt power supply for use with dsPICDEM MCSM development board (part number DV330021)
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Suggested part number of 24 volt power supply for use with dsPICDEM MCSM development board is AC002013 from Microchip
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Can we use both unipolar and bipolar stepper motors with dsPICDEM MCSM development board (part number DV330021)
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Yes, DV330021 dsPICDEM MCSM development board targeted to control both unipolar and bipolar stepper motors in open-loop or closed-loop (current control) mode. The hardware is designed in such a way that no hardware changes are necessary for 8-, 6- or 4-wire stepper motors in either bipolar or unipolar configurations.
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