Trinamic 1-axis motion controller with encoder feedback

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TMC457-BC

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TMC457-BC
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The Trinamic TMC457 is a high end single axis micro stepping motion controller. It adds to any microcontroller or processor with SPITM (SPI is Trademark of Motorola) interface. It is intended for applications, where a precise and fast, jerk-free motion profile is desired. An encoder can be added for extremely quick and precise positioning using the internal hardware PID regulator and provides for increased reliability / fault detection. The high-resolution micro step sequencer directly controls stepper motors and piezo motors. Wide range motion control parameters eliminate any “gear switching”. The Trinamic TMC457 supports linear velocity ramps and S-shaped velocity ramps. For maximum flexibility all motion control parameters (target position, target velocity, acceleration, deceleration and bow) can be changed any time during motion.
 

Features

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S-shaped and linear ramps with on-the-fly alteration of all parameters
Programmable high resolution sequencer with (12 bit, 8192 entry) micro step look-up table
Incremental encoder interface with flexible up- and down scaling to match drive resolution
Fast and stable easyPIDTM PID controller
32 bit registers from mHz to MHz / from nanometer to meter
SPI interface to microcontroller
Reference switch processing / virtual stop switches (programmable soft limits)
Step / direction output (with programmable timing)
Position pulse output to trigger external events
Synchronization of multiple axis via scalable step / direction input
Direct interface for TMC246/TMC249 family stepper motor drivers supports StallGuard (pat.)
ChopSync (pat. fil.) built in for best motor velocity range
Analog high resolution motor driver control via external dual 12 bit DAC
Automatic load angle limitation using encoder for stepless servo behaviour
 

Documents

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Trinamic Application Note
Trinamic Application Note

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