MDrive?EtherNet/IP products are compact, low cost motion solutions, integrating a stepper motor and electronics all in one package. ODVA compliant, MDrive EtherNet/IP products interface with many manufacturer's systems, including Rockwell, Omron and Schneider Electric.
Schneider Electric provides integrated solutions for industry - Enhancing productivity, flexibility, security, and traceability with solutions for process automation, machine control and monitoring, energy monitoring and control, utility management, and more.
Motors with integrated electronics, these compact, powerful and low cost motion control solutions will reduce system cost, design and assembly time for a large range of motion control applications. Technology leading integrated MDrive products are compact, powerful, easy to use and low cost and can reduce machine cost, size and time-to-market. MDrive? products are routinely used in applications demanding highly precise, controlled movement.
Rotary stepper motor integrated with drive, controller, encoder and power supply form a single, compact unit that is quick to install and easy to use. Integrated components vary with product version and options selected.
Hybrid Motion Technology (HMT) continually monitors the relationship between a stepper motor's rotor and stator at sub-microsecond intervals, and will not allow that relationship to exceed the point where synchronization is lost.
Schneider offers half/full step and microstepping drivers and systems in panel mounted and PCB mounted styles, ranging from +12 to +80 VDC and 1.5 to 9 Amps.
MForce microstepping drivers deliver the leading technology of MDrive?products with integrated controller and encoder options. These drivers are compact, powerful, easy to use and low cost.
Integrated microstepping driver and controller in one compact assembly with 2 power levels. Plug-in expansion modules expand system features as needed to meet specific application requirements.
SeriesStep and direction input drivers with high input voltage of +48 or +75 VDC and output current of 3.0 or 5.0 Amps.
Ultra miniatureUltra-miniature microstepping drivers with high input voltage of +12 to +75 VDC and output current from 1.5 up to 4.0 Amps RMS.
IB SeriesUltra-miniature half/full step driver with input voltage of +12 to +48 VDC and output current of up to 2 Amps per phase.
2-phase 1.8? stepper motors are available in rotary and linear styles. Rotary motors include 4 NEMA flange sizes, multiple motor stack lengths, optical encoder and planetary gearbox options. Linear motors can have a non-captive or external shaft, a range of screw pitches, lengths and optional coating.