JMC integrated Servo - which Drive Type?

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Re: JMC integrated Servo - which Drive Type?

Post by Centroid_Tech2 »

The DB25 at 5VDC is used for faster signal turn off since the Step and Direction inputs seem setup for a wide voltage range (5~24). The "Enable" signal functions as a disable and is drawn as optional.The alarm output is driving an opto-coupler on the relay board which requires 0.35mA at 5V and needs no addition resistors added.
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Re: JMC integrated Servo - which Drive Type?

Post by suntravel »

Do I have to splice the ribbonwire to connect to the relay board as drawn?

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Re: JMC integrated Servo - which Drive Type?

Post by Centroid_Tech2 »

Yes, If you use the 8 relay board from Centroid which is what is drawn there. You can use whatever relay board you want as long as the current draw is
low enough. This one should work fine also:
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