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3134-POL

Tic T500 USB Multi-Interface Stepper Motor Controller (Connectors Soldered), 3134-POL

£35.63

The Tic T500 USB Multi-Interface Stepper Motor Controller makes basic control of a stepper motor easy, with quick configuration over USB using our free software.

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The Tic T500 USB Multi-Interface Stepper Motor Controller makes basic control of a stepper motor easy, with quick configuration over USB using our free software. The controller supports six control interfaces: USB, TTL serial, I²C, analog voltage (potentiometer), quadrature encoder, and hobby radio control (RC).

This version incorporates an MPS MP6500 driver and ships with soldered header pins and terminal blocks. It can operate from 4.5 V to 35 V and can deliver up to approximately 1.5 A per phase without a heat sink or forced air flow (or 2.5 A max with sufficient additional cooling).

The Tic family of stepper motor controllers makes it easy to add basic control of a bipolar stepper motor to a variety of projects. These versatile, general-purpose modules support six different control interfaces: USB for direct connection to a computer, TTL serial and I²C for use with a microcontroller, RC hobby servo pulses for use in an RC system, analog voltages for use with a potentiometer or analog joystick, and quadrature encoder for use with a rotary encoder dial. They also offer many settings that can be configured using our free configuration utility (for Windows, Linux, and macOS). This software simplifies initial setup of the device and allows for in-system testing and monitoring of the controller via USB (a micro-B USB cable is required to connect the Tic to a computer).

Model Tic T500
Motor Driver MP6500
Control Interface USB; non-inverted TTL serial; I²C; RC servo pulses; analog voltage; quadrature encoder 
Minimum operating voltage: 4.5V¹
Maximum operating voltage: 35V
Continuous current per phase: 1.5A ²
Maximum current per phase: 2.5A ³
Maximum step rate: 50000 PPS
Microstep resolutions: full, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8
Reverse voltage protection?: Y
Connectors soldered?: Y

 

Notes:

  1. Powering the Tic T500 with a supply voltage between 4.5 V and 5.5 V might cause its logic voltage to be lower than normal, which could affect operation. See the user’s guide for more information.
  2. Without a heat sink or forced air flow.
  3. With sufficient additional cooling.

 

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