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The MDrive Plus EtherNet/IP is a NEMA size 23 high torque 1.8 degree stepper motor integrated with an advanced, high resolution microstepping driver and a full featured EtherNet/IP adapter class controller.
MDrive 23 is 2.3 inches square with 4 stack lengths available and a holding torque of up to 283 oz-in. Operation at up to 75 volts is possible for high speed performance. Accustep is also available in this frame size for the best in stepper performance.
Single, double and triple length
Range (includes back-EMF)
+12 to +75 VDC
Power supply current
Maximum per MDrive Plus (depends on voltage and load)
+12 to +60 VDC
Maximum per device (depends on voltage and load)
Aux-logic supply voltage
Maintains power to logic circuitry in the absence of motor power
+12 to +24 VDC
Measured at heat sink (non-condensing humidity)
-40° to 85C
Measured at motor (non-condensing humidity)
General purpose I/O
4 I/O points, programmable as sinking or sourcing outputs or sinking and sourcing inputs
Inputs and outputs tolerant to +24 VDC, inputs TTL compatible
Output sink current
Up to 600 mA per channel
Over Temp, Short Circuit, Transient Over Voltage, Over Voltage, Inductive Clamp
Step/Clock, Direction/Clock, Capture/Trip
0 to +5 VDC, TTL compatible
0 to +5 VDC, 0 to 10 VDC, 0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA
EtherNet/IP, MODBUS/TCP and MCode/TCP
TCP/IP Configuration Utility required
Default IP address
Default subnet mask
Output (O --> T)
Open loop configuration
Number of Microstep Resolutions
Steps per Revolution
200, 400, 800, 1000, 1600, 2000, 3200, 5000, 6400, 10000, 12800, 20000, 25000, 25600, 40000, 50000, 51200, 36000 (0.01 deg/ustep), 21600 (1 arc minute/ustep), 25400 (0.001mm/ustep)
Closed loop configuration (requires encoder option)
512 lines (2048 edges)
32 bit Position and Encoder
Edge Rate (Max)
+/- 5,000,000 Steps per Second
0.5961 Steps per Second
1.5 X 109Steps per Second2
90.9 Steps per Second2
EtherNet/IP industrial protocol
Assembly object (parameters mappable)
Manufacturer specific object classes
Miscellaneous instructions and flags
Motion instructions and flags
I/O instruction variables and flags
Position related instructions and flags
Encoder related instructions and flags
MODBUS/TCP supported functions
Read device identification
Read digital inputs
Read coils (digital outputs)
Write single coil (digital output)
Read holding register
Write multiple registers
Read I/O and trip configuration and parameters
Write I/O and trip configuration and parameters, enter upgrade mode.
User program labels and variables
+, -, x, /, >, =, <=, >=, AND, OR, XOR, NOT
Branch & call
General purpose I/O Functions
Home, limit plus, limit minus, go, stop, pause, jog plus, jog minus, general purpose
Moving, fault, velocity change, general purpose
Trip on input, trip on position, trip on time, trip capture, trip on relative position
All-inclusive QuickStart Kits facilitate rapid design verification by bundling MDrive products with everything needed to connect quickly and conveniently, enabling engineers to confirm with confidence that their application's design goals are met.
QuickStart Kits include: a single sheet instruction guide, software/manuals CD, and connection cabling including Communication Converter and Prototype Development Cable(s).
The internal encoder option is a 512-line (2048 count) differential magnetic encoder. The internal magnetic encoder offers two key advantages:
1. Reduced connections externally, thus reduced system cabling, as encoder feedback is all internal to the MDrive Plus.2. Smaller footprint to the MDrive Plus than an externally mounted encoder.
Remote encoder interface(1)
The remote encoder option, while adding additional wiring to the MDrive Plus, offers two key advantages:
1. The user chooses the type of encoder and line count.2. The encoder may be placed directly on the load rather than at the encoder shaft.
Note: The remote encoder interface reduces the number of available I/O points from 8 to 4. General purpose I/O 9-12 and Step and Direction I/O are replaced by differential encoder inputs.
Ethernet communication utilizes a standard RJ45 connector and CAT5/6 cabling. This cabling is readily available from multiple sources.
Prototype Development CablesPrototype development cables are designed to speed test/development with pre-wired mating connectors that have flying leads other end.
If building your own cabling, you will need:
Appropriate mating connector and crimp pins if required (Mating connector kits are available for Locking Wire Crimp style connectors)Shielded twisted pair cabling
Mating Connector KitsMating Connector Kits are used to build your own cables. Kits contain 5 mating connector shells with pins. Cable not supplied. Manufacturer crimp tooling recommended.
The function of the DPM75 Drive Protection Module is to limit the surge current and voltage to a safe level when DC input power is switched on and off to a motor drive. This provides the added protection necessary for reliable motor drive operation when switching the DC power, instead of the recommended AC power to the DC power supply. The device is designed to protect the motor drive when operating under all load conditions. This device does not protect the motor drive from wiring the power incorrectly.
The unit is capable of being used with 48, 60, and 75 volt rated motor drives. An external jumper selection is available so the user can match the circuit to their particular application. The DPM75 is capable of a steady state operating current of 4 amps.
The DPM75 can be used for any frame size motor drive, when properly configured. It can also be used for more than one unit provided the current and voltage do not exceed the DPM75's ratings. The maximum DPM75 ratings are 75 volts and 4 amps.