Stepper Motor Control Trainer, Model – CMS – 101.


DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT  :

  • The Stepper Motor Control Unit houses all the necessary electronic circuits required to operate and control of the Stepper Motor. A control circuit using TTL ICs provides the necessary pulse sequence for continuous rotation in clockwise and anticlockwise directions. In single stepping mode 4 inputs are provided to select 0 and 1 signal through switches. A variable frequency square wave generator with a varying frequency of 10-800 Hz. (approximate) is provided for varying the speed of the motor.
  • All necessary power supply are provided in the same unit. Only 230V 10%, 50Hz mains power is required to operate the unit.
  • The motor is, also, housed in the separate cabinet. A 3600 calibrated dial is fixed on the shaft of the motor to provide a visual indication of the shaft position.
  • A servo potentiometer is also mounted on the motor shaft, for sensing the shaft position.
  • A microprocessor interface has been incorporated to provide the user with a facility to study the microprocessor control of stepper motor. By using on 8085 microprocessor based kit, the movement of the stepper motor can be programmed to generate any desired profile.

FEATURES: 

  • This  unit  is  inside  a  metallic  cabinet  with  front  panel  block  diagram. 
  • All  the  necessary  switches,  potentiometer  and  test  points  are  on  the  front  panel.
  • The  features  include  Single  Stepping  and  free  running  mode  of  operation  and  variable  speed  and  direction  reversal – internal  TTL  circuit.
  • 360 degree  motion  servo-potentiometer  position  pick – up  for  motor  dynamics.
  • Operation  through  Microprocessor  kit  with sample  control  programs.
  • Stepper  Motor  Specifications  are  :
  • 2.8 Kg-cm  Torque.
  • 1.8 degree  step angle.
  • Power :  12 Volt at 1 Amp. per phase.
  • Builtin  Regulated  Power  Supply  :  220 Volt,  ± 10%,  50 Hz   mains  operated.
  • Detailed  literature  and  patch  cords.

OBJECT  :

  • To  study  the  operation  of  a  Stepper  Motor.
  • Trainer  complete  with  Microprocessor.