TB6600 Stepper Motor Driver
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Description TB6600 Stepper Motor Driver
The TB6600 stepper driver is a professional and user-friendly module. The driver can drive two-stage stepper motors. It works with a 5V digital pulse signal. So you can control it with an Arduino microcontroller, for example. It has a wide range from 9 to 42 VDC and is capable of delivering a peak current of 4A. This is sufficient for most stepper motors.
The TB6600 supports speed and direction control. With the 6 DIP switches on the side you can set the micro step and output current. In total there are 7 types of microsteps: 1, 2 / A, 2 / B, 4, 8, 16, 32
There are 8 types of current regulators: 0.5A, 1A, 1.5A, 2A, 2.5A, 2.8A, 3.0 A, 3.5A
Specification TB6600 Stepper Motor Driver
- 9V-42V DC power supply.
- Output Current: 0,5A-4,0A.
- Drive mode: Dual constant current PWM drive output.
- Strong anti-interference ability.
- Low vibration, low noise.
- Insulation resistance:> 500MΩ at normal temperature and pressure.
- Insulation strength: 500V / min at normal temperature and pressure.
- With overheating, overcurrent, undervoltage lockout, input voltage anti-reverse protection and other functions.
- Can drive 4-wire, 6-wire, 8-wire stepper motors.
- Cooling method: natural cooling or forced air cooling.
- Storage temperature: -20 ° C-65 ° C.
- Ambient humidity: <80% RH, no condensation, no frost.
- Vibration: Maximum no more than 5,7m / S2.
- Use occasions: Avoid dust, oil and corrosive gases, and prohibit flammable gases and conductive dust.
- The pulse and direction signal lines and the motor and supply lines must not be next to each other, preferably at least 10 cm apart.
- If one power supply is used for multiple drives, parallel connections must be made on the power supply. It is not allowed to go to each other and then to another chain connection.
- Do not connect or disconnect the drive's power connector while the power is on. When the driven motor stops, a large current is still flowing through the coil. Pulling on the power connector will burn the driver.
- It is strictly forbidden to access the terminal after wire head plus tin, otherwise the terminal may overheat and be damaged due to the contact resistance increase.
- The wiring heads must not be exposed outside the terminals to prevent accidental short-circuiting and damage to the drive.