The ARD (DC Input) stored data stepper motor driver substantially reduces heat generation from the stepper motor through the use of high-efficiency technology. In addition to implementing the closed loop control based on Oriental Motor's original AlphaStep technology, the ARD drivers also achieves up to 40% less power consumption, low vibration, improved angle accuracy and is capable of driving large inertia loads. There is no hunting or gain tuning.


 

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