STAC5_Datasheet_925
STAC5
SOFTWARE
STAC Configurator
Q Programmer
Used for setup and configuration of the STAC series drives. For more information about the STAC Configurator visit the STAC5 webpage: www.
applied-motion.com/STAC5
Q Programmer is used to create and edit stand-alone programs for
drives with the Q control option. The functions of these drives include
multi-tasking, math, register manipulation, encoder following, and more.
Stepper Drives
All application software runs on Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit), Vista, XP, 2000, NT, ME & 98.
Control Options
S = Basic Version
Q = Q Programming
IP = EtherNet/IP
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STAC5-IP-E120
X
X
X
X
X
STAC5-IP-E220
X
X
X
X
STAC5-IP-N120
X
X
X
STAC5-IP-N220
X
X
X
STAC5-Q-E120
X
X
X
STAC5-Q-E220
X
X
X
STAC5-Q-N120
X
X
STAC5-Q-N220
X
X
220 VAC
120 VAC
Feedback
N = None
E = Encoder
Encoder
Series
STAC5 Series Step Drive
EtherNet/IP
Input Voltage
120 = 120VAC
220 = 220VAC
Ethernet
STAC5-S-E120
Model
Numbers
Q Program
STAC5 Drive Model Numbers
X
A high performance, compact
and cost-effective stepper
drive with advanced features
and control options
X
X
X
X
X
X
STAC5-S-E120
X
X
STAC5-S-E220
X
X
STAC5-S-N120
X
STAC5-S-N220
X
X
C C
IP IP
Ethernet & EtherNet/IP
Advanced Current Control
C C
Anti-Resonance
Torque Ripple Smoothing IP IP
Microstep Emulation
Stall Detection/Prevention
X
Specifications
X
X
Control Options
POWER SUPPLY:
STAC5-120
120 VAC Nominal
STAC5-220 220 VAC Nominal
OUTPUT CURRENT:
STAC5-120 0.5-5.0 A
STAC5-220 0.5-2.55 A
PROTECTION: ▪▪ Over-voltage
▪▪ Under-voltage
▪▪ Over-temp
▪▪ Motor shorts/open phase
▪▪ Regeneration
C C
IP IP
C
▪▪ Pulse
& direction
▪▪ CW/CCW pulse
IP
▪▪ A/B
quadrature
▪▪ Velocity (oscillator) mode
▪▪ Host commands (SCL compatible)
C
▪▪ STAC
Configurator™ software for setup
IP
▪▪ Executes stored Q Programs
▪▪ Networking with Ethernet port
▪▪ Math functions
▪▪ Register manipulation
▪▪ Encoder following
▪▪ Third-party HMI compatibility
C industrial networking
▪▪ EtherNet/IP
▪▪ Connects
IPto industry’s most popular PLCs
▪▪ Same control modes as Q model
TORQUE CURVES
STAC5-120: 0.5-5.0 amps/phase (peak-of-sine) in 0.01 amp increments
STAC5-220: 0.5-2.55 amps/phase (peak-of-sine) in 0.01 amp increments
POWER SUPPLY
STAC5-120: 120 VAC nominal, 50/60 Hz
STAC5-220: 220 VAC nominal, 50/60 Hz
PROTECTION
Over-voltage, under-voltage, over-temp, motor/wiring shorts (phase-to-phase, phase-to-ground)
REGENERATION
Built-in regeneration circuit, 10 watts max.
IDLE CURRENT REDUCTION
Reduction range of 0-90% of running current after delay selectable in milliseconds
MICROSTEP RESOLUTION
Software selectable from 200 to 51200 steps/rev in increments of 2 steps/rev
MICROSTEP EMULATION
Performs high resolution stepping by synthesizing fine microsteps from coarse steps. Reduces jerk and
extraneous system resonances. (Step & direction mode only).
ANTI-RESONANCE▪
(Electronic Damping)
Raises the system damping ratio to eliminate midrange instability and allow stable operation throughout
the speed range and improves settling time
TORQUE RIPPLE SMOOTHING
Allows for fine adjustment of phase current waveform harmonic content to reduce low-speed torque ripple
in the range of 0.25 to 1.5 rps
INPUTS/OUTPUTS: All models
INPUTS/OUTPUTS: Q and IP models
only
150
150
100
0
Drive configuration and Q program are stored in FLASH memory onboard the DSP
AGENCY APPROVALS
RoHS
CE EN 61800-3 :2004, EN 61800-5-1 :2003
UL 508c
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
0 to 40 ºC (32 to 104 ºF) with adequate ventilation
HUMIDITY
90% max, non-condensing
WEIGHT
22.4 oz
100
50
0
10
20
30
40
0
50
0
10
20
30
40
50
rps
HT34‐495/496/497, STAC5‐220
HT34‐495/496/497, STAC5‐120
Connection: parallel. Voltage: 120 VAC
Drive settings: 1/100 (20,000 s/r)
HT34-497 5.0A
1400
HT34-496 5.0A
HT34-495 5.0A
1000
HT34-497 2.55A
HT34-496 2.55A
HT34-495 2.55A
1200
1000
600
400
800
600
400
200
0
Connection: series. Voltage: 240 VAC
Drive settings: 1/100 (20,000 s/r)
200
0
10
20
30
40
50
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
rps
rps
DIMENSIONS
5.5
345
89A
NON-VOLATILE STORAGE
HT23-552 0.75A
67
STAC5-x-Exxx: For connecting to motor-mounted encoder. Used to provide stall detection and stall prevention with static position maintenance. Differential line receivers, up to 2 MHz.
HT23-553 0.75A
NEMA 34
800
ENCODER INTERFACE
HT23-554 0.90A
Connection: series. Voltage: 240 VAC
Drive settings: 1/100 (20,000 s/r)
rps
X1, X2 inputs: Optically isolated, differential, 5-24 VDC, minimum pulse width = 250 ns, maximum pulse
frequency = 2 MHz
X3, X4 inputs: Optically isolated, differential, 5-24 VDC
Y1, Y2 outputs: Optical darlington, sinking or sourcing, 30 VDC max, 100 mA max
Analog input: Single-ended. Range is software selectable 0-5, +/-5, 0-10, or +/-10 VDC. Software configurable offset, deadband and filtering. Resolution is 12 bits (+/- 10 volt range), 11 bits (+/-5 or 1-10 volt
range) or 10 bits (0-5 volt range).
All models: Ethernet 100BASE-T, supports TCP and UDP
IP models only: EtherNet/IP industrial networking
HT23-552 1.5A
200
1200
COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
250
200
STAC5-S: Step & direction, CW/CCW pulse, A/B quadrature, velocity (oscillator, joystick), streaming serial
commands (SCL)
STAC5-Q, STAC5-IP: Same as S models, plus Q programming
Q and IP models have the same I/O as above plus the following:
IN1, IN2, IN7, IN8 inputs: Optically isolated, differential, 5-24 VDC
IN3-IN6 inputs: Optically isolated, single-ended, shared common, sinking or sourcing, 12-24 VDC
OUT1-OUT3 outputs: Optical darlington, single-ended, shared common, sinking, 30 VDC max, 100 mA max
OUT4 output: Optical darlington, sinking or sourcing, 30 VDC max, 100 mA max
HT23-553 1.5A
50
oz-in
MODES OF OPERATION
250
HT23‐552/553/554, STAC5‐220
HT23-554 1.8A
Connection: parallel. Voltage: 120 VAC
Drive settings: 1/100 (20,000 s/r)
0 12
OUTPUT CURRENT
HT23‐552/553/554, STAC5‐120
EF
4 state PWM at 16 kHZ
oz-in
CURRENT CONTROL
NEMA 23
oz-in
MOSFET, dual H-bridge, 4 quadrant
oz-in
AMPLIFIER TYPE
BCD
SPECIFICATIONS
1.9
4.5
2
7
¸¸
NEMA 23 MOTOR DATA
MULTI-USE ROTARY SWITCH
The STAC5 drives come with a rotary switch that can be used to select pre-programmed IP
addresses and drive configurations from non-volatile (NV) memory. Each STAC5 drive ships with
a predetermined list of 16 IP addresses (including DHCP) and 1 default drive configuration. As
your requirements dictate, these 16 rotary switch positions can be customized using the STAC
Configurator™ software to define the IP addresses and drive configurations you need for your
application. Use Parallel
connection for
STAC5-120
Use series
connection for
STAC5-220
Rotor Inertia
(oz-in-sec2)
Motor Length
(inch)
Motor Weight
(lbs)
5.6
1.70E-03
1.71
1.0
12.8
4.25E-03
2.17
1.5
6.80E-03
3.05
2.2
part No.
Holding Torque
(oz-in)
Amps*
Ohms
HT23-552
84.4
1.41
2.8
HT23-553
167
1.41
3.6
HT23-554
255
1.41
4.5
15.2
mh
HT23-552
84.4
0.71
11.2
22.4
1.70E-03
1.71
1.0
HT23-553
167
0.71
14.4
51.2
4.25E-03
2.17
1.5
HT23-554
255
0.71
18.0
60.8
6.80E-03
3.05
2.2
Each rotary switch position can store one IP address and one drive configuration. Drive configurations include all drive settings, such as control mode, I/O settings, and encoder functions,
as well as motor settings like running current, idle current, and load-to-motor inertia ratio.
OPTION CARDS
* Motor only rating. Optimal current setting in STAC5 may differ.
Step angle 1.8 degrees for all motors.
Encoder holes only on double shaft version. Add D to part number for double shaft (example: HT23-552D)
These motors fitted with 10ft cable.
Ethernet port for configuration, programming, and
communications.
I/O connector on Q and IP
drives only, adds:
- 8 digital inputs
- 4 digital outputs
NEMA 34 MOTOR DATA
Use Parallel
connection for
STAC5-120
Use series
connection for
STAC5-220
Part No.
Holding Torque
(oz-in)
Amps*
Ohms
mh
Rotor Inertia
(oz-in-sec2)
Motor Length
(inch)
Motor Weight
(lbs)
HT34-495
555
4.30
0.91
6.5
2.27E-02
3.11
4.6
HT34-496
1110
4.10
1.2
10.5
4.53E-02
4.63
7.7
HT34-497
1694
5.10
1.2
9.6
6.80E-02
6.14
11.0
HT34-495
555
2.15
3.7
26.0
2.27E-02
3.11
4.6
HT34-496
1110
2.05
4.9
42.0
4.53E-02
4.63
7.7
HT34-497
1694
2.55
4.9
38.4
6.80E-02
6.14
11.0
* Motor only rating. Optimal current setting in STAC5 may differ.
Step angle 1.8 degrees for all motors.
Encoder holes only on double shaft version. Add D to part number for double shaft (example: HT23-552D)
These motors fitted with 10ft cable.
6
Encoder Feedback Option
Board available on all
drives provides enhanced
system performance
including Stall Detection
and Stall Prevention.
Programmable rotary
switch for selecting
different motors &
configurations and/or IP
addresses.
Status LEDs for displaying drive and alarm
status.
I/O connector on all
drives:
- 4 digital inputs
- 2 digital outputs
- 1 analog input
Motor connector
AC power connector
3
1T
1T
6 7 89
45
23
CD
AB
45
6 7 89
23
Step & direction
CW & CCW pulse
▪▪ A/B quadrature (master encoder)
EF 0 1
3rd Party Controller
Delivers better motor performance and higher speeds
Micro Step Emulation
For more information go to
www.applied-motion.com/STAC5
1.8° Steps
With Microstep Emulation, low resolution systems can still provide
smooth motion. The drive can take low-resolution step pulses and
create fine resolution motion.
Oscillator/Run-Stop
Synthesized
Microsteps
AC5
AC5 AC5
Run/Stop (Toggle Switch)
Delivers smoother motion in any application
Speed1/Speed2 (Toggle Switch)
1T
Speed (Potentiometer)
Torque Ripple Smoothing
▪▪ Software configuration
▪▪ Two speeds
▪▪ Vary speed with analog input
▪▪ Joystick compatible
Control Options
▪▪
AC5
▪▪
STAC5-120 STAC5-220
Input Voltage: 120 VAC
220 VAC
Output Current: 5.0A Peak 2.55A Peak
CD
Step motor systems have a natural tendency to resonate at
certain speeds. The STAC5 drive automatically calculates
the system’s natural frequency and applies damping to the
control algorithm. This greatly improves midrange stability,
allows higher speeds and greater torque utilization, and
also improves settling times.
Step & Direction
AB
Features
Power Ratings
EF 0 1
Anti Resonance
BCD
23
A
45
6 7 89
EF0 1
All step motors have an inherent low speed torque ripple
that can affect the motion of the motor. By analyzing this
torque ripple the system can apply a negative harmonic
to negate this effect, which gives the motor much
smoother motion at low speed.
Host Control
Delivers smoother motion at lower speeds
Command Signal Smoothing
▪▪ Accepts serial commands ▪
Ethernet Connection
AC5
1T
1T
1T
1T
1T
1T
Command Signal Smoothing can soften the effect of
immediate changes in velocity and direction, making the
motion of the motor less jerky. An added advantage is
that it can reduce the wear on mechanical components.
45
23
23
45
45
45
23
45
23
45
EF 0 1
EF 0 1
EF 0 1
23
EF 0 1
23
CD
AB
CD
AB
EF 0 1
ID 6
CD
6789
AB
CD
CD
AB
Delivers smoother system performance
6789
6789
AB
CD
AB
6789
6789
EF 0 1
6789
ID 5
ID 4
ID 3
ID 2
from PC or PLC
▪▪ Multi-axis capable
▪▪ EtherNet/IP available on IP models▪
PC or 3rd Party
Controller
ID 1
Self Test & Auto Setup
At start-up the drive measures motor parameters, including the resistance and inductance,
then uses this information to optimize the system performance. It also compares this
information to the last configuration and checks to see if the motor data has changed (this
could indicate a fault or system change). The drive can also detect open and short circuits.
Stand-Alone Programmable
▪▪ Comprehensive text based ▪
Option - Encoder Feedback
45
23
CD
4
12 digital inputs
6 digital outputs
1 analog input
programs
H
6789
AB
4 digital inputs
2 digital outputs
1 analog input
12 digital inputs
6 digital outputs
1 analog input
Encoder Feedback
Example: STAC5-Q-E120
The Encoder Feedback option board provides Stall Detection and
Stall Prevention functionality to the drive. Stall Detection detects the
moment the motor has stalled and triggers a drive fault. Stall Prevention
automatically senses rotor lag (just before stalling) and reduces motor
speed to avoid stalling. Stall Prevention includes Position Maintenance,
which maintains shaft position when the motor is stopped.
EF 0 1
Inputs & Outputs
language
▪▪ Download, store & execute ▪
1T
M
I
▪▪ High level features
-Multi tasking
-Conditional programming
-Math functions
▪▪ Host interface while ▪
executing internal programs
5
¸¸
NEMA 23 MOTOR DATA
MULTI-USE ROTARY SWITCH
The STAC5 drives come with a rotary switch that can be used to select pre-programmed IP
addresses and drive configurations from non-volatile (NV) memory. Each STAC5 drive ships with
a predetermined list of 16 IP addresses (including DHCP) and 1 default drive configuration. As
your requirements dictate, these 16 rotary switch positions can be customized using the STAC
Configurator™ software to define the IP addresses and drive configurations you need for your
application. Use Parallel
connection for
STAC5-120
Use series
connection for
STAC5-220
Rotor Inertia
(oz-in-sec2)
Motor Length
(inch)
Motor Weight
(lbs)
5.6
1.70E-03
1.71
1.0
12.8
4.25E-03
2.17
1.5
6.80E-03
3.05
2.2
part No.
Holding Torque
(oz-in)
Amps*
Ohms
HT23-552
84.4
1.41
2.8
HT23-553
167
1.41
3.6
HT23-554
255
1.41
4.5
15.2
mh
HT23-552
84.4
0.71
11.2
22.4
1.70E-03
1.71
1.0
HT23-553
167
0.71
14.4
51.2
4.25E-03
2.17
1.5
HT23-554
255
0.71
18.0
60.8
6.80E-03
3.05
2.2
Each rotary switch position can store one IP address and one drive configuration. Drive configurations include all drive settings, such as control mode, I/O settings, and encoder functions,
as well as motor settings like running current, idle current, and load-to-motor inertia ratio.
OPTION CARDS
* Motor only rating. Optimal current setting in STAC5 may differ.
Step angle 1.8 degrees for all motors.
Encoder holes only on double shaft version. Add D to part number for double shaft (example: HT23-552D)
These motors fitted with 10ft cable.
Ethernet port for configuration, programming, and
communications.
I/O connector on Q and IP
drives only, adds:
- 8 digital inputs
- 4 digital outputs
NEMA 34 MOTOR DATA
Use Parallel
connection for
STAC5-120
Use series
connection for
STAC5-220
Part No.
Holding Torque
(oz-in)
Amps*
Ohms
mh
Rotor Inertia
(oz-in-sec2)
Motor Length
(inch)
Motor Weight
(lbs)
HT34-495
555
4.30
0.91
6.5
2.27E-02
3.11
4.6
HT34-496
1110
4.10
1.2
10.5
4.53E-02
4.63
7.7
HT34-497
1694
5.10
1.2
9.6
6.80E-02
6.14
11.0
HT34-495
555
2.15
3.7
26.0
2.27E-02
3.11
4.6
HT34-496
1110
2.05
4.9
42.0
4.53E-02
4.63
7.7
HT34-497
1694
2.55
4.9
38.4
6.80E-02
6.14
11.0
* Motor only rating. Optimal current setting in STAC5 may differ.
Step angle 1.8 degrees for all motors.
Encoder holes only on double shaft version. Add D to part number for double shaft (example: HT23-552D)
These motors fitted with 10ft cable.
6
Encoder Feedback Option
Board available on all
drives provides enhanced
system performance
including Stall Detection
and Stall Prevention.
Programmable rotary
switch for selecting
different motors &
configurations and/or IP
addresses.
Status LEDs for displaying drive and alarm
status.
I/O connector on all
drives:
- 4 digital inputs
- 2 digital outputs
- 1 analog input
Motor connector
AC power connector
3
TORQUE CURVES
STAC5-120: 0.5-5.0 amps/phase (peak-of-sine) in 0.01 amp increments
STAC5-220: 0.5-2.55 amps/phase (peak-of-sine) in 0.01 amp increments
POWER SUPPLY
STAC5-120: 120 VAC nominal, 50/60 Hz
STAC5-220: 220 VAC nominal, 50/60 Hz
PROTECTION
Over-voltage, under-voltage, over-temp, motor/wiring shorts (phase-to-phase, phase-to-ground)
REGENERATION
Built-in regeneration circuit, 10 watts max.
IDLE CURRENT REDUCTION
Reduction range of 0-90% of running current after delay selectable in milliseconds
MICROSTEP RESOLUTION
Software selectable from 200 to 51200 steps/rev in increments of 2 steps/rev
MICROSTEP EMULATION
Performs high resolution stepping by synthesizing fine microsteps from coarse steps. Reduces jerk and
extraneous system resonances. (Step & direction mode only).
ANTI-RESONANCE▪
(Electronic Damping)
Raises the system damping ratio to eliminate midrange instability and allow stable operation throughout
the speed range and improves settling time
TORQUE RIPPLE SMOOTHING
Allows for fine adjustment of phase current waveform harmonic content to reduce low-speed torque ripple
in the range of 0.25 to 1.5 rps
INPUTS/OUTPUTS: All models
INPUTS/OUTPUTS: Q and IP models
only
150
150
100
0
Drive configuration and Q program are stored in FLASH memory onboard the DSP
AGENCY APPROVALS
RoHS
CE EN 61800-3 :2004, EN 61800-5-1 :2003
UL 508c
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
0 to 40 ºC (32 to 104 ºF) with adequate ventilation
HUMIDITY
90% max, non-condensing
WEIGHT
22.4 oz
100
50
0
10
20
30
40
0
50
0
10
20
30
40
50
rps
HT34‐495/496/497, STAC5‐220
HT34‐495/496/497, STAC5‐120
Connection: parallel. Voltage: 120 VAC
Drive settings: 1/100 (20,000 s/r)
HT34-497 5.0A
1400
HT34-496 5.0A
HT34-495 5.0A
1000
HT34-497 2.55A
HT34-496 2.55A
HT34-495 2.55A
1200
1000
600
400
800
600
400
200
0
Connection: series. Voltage: 240 VAC
Drive settings: 1/100 (20,000 s/r)
200
0
10
20
30
40
50
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
rps
rps
DIMENSIONS
5.5
345
89A
NON-VOLATILE STORAGE
HT23-552 0.75A
67
STAC5-x-Exxx: For connecting to motor-mounted encoder. Used to provide stall detection and stall prevention with static position maintenance. Differential line receivers, up to 2 MHz.
HT23-553 0.75A
NEMA 34
800
ENCODER INTERFACE
HT23-554 0.90A
Connection: series. Voltage: 240 VAC
Drive settings: 1/100 (20,000 s/r)
rps
X1, X2 inputs: Optically isolated, differential, 5-24 VDC, minimum pulse width = 250 ns, maximum pulse
frequency = 2 MHz
X3, X4 inputs: Optically isolated, differential, 5-24 VDC
Y1, Y2 outputs: Optical darlington, sinking or sourcing, 30 VDC max, 100 mA max
Analog input: Single-ended. Range is software selectable 0-5, +/-5, 0-10, or +/-10 VDC. Software configurable offset, deadband and filtering. Resolution is 12 bits (+/- 10 volt range), 11 bits (+/-5 or 1-10 volt
range) or 10 bits (0-5 volt range).
All models: Ethernet 100BASE-T, supports TCP and UDP
IP models only: EtherNet/IP industrial networking
HT23-552 1.5A
200
1200
COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
250
200
STAC5-S: Step & direction, CW/CCW pulse, A/B quadrature, velocity (oscillator, joystick), streaming serial
commands (SCL)
STAC5-Q, STAC5-IP: Same as S models, plus Q programming
Q and IP models have the same I/O as above plus the following:
IN1, IN2, IN7, IN8 inputs: Optically isolated, differential, 5-24 VDC
IN3-IN6 inputs: Optically isolated, single-ended, shared common, sinking or sourcing, 12-24 VDC
OUT1-OUT3 outputs: Optical darlington, single-ended, shared common, sinking, 30 VDC max, 100 mA max
OUT4 output: Optical darlington, sinking or sourcing, 30 VDC max, 100 mA max
HT23-553 1.5A
50
oz-in
MODES OF OPERATION
250
HT23‐552/553/554, STAC5‐220
HT23-554 1.8A
Connection: parallel. Voltage: 120 VAC
Drive settings: 1/100 (20,000 s/r)
0 12
OUTPUT CURRENT
HT23‐552/553/554, STAC5‐120
EF
4 state PWM at 16 kHZ
oz-in
CURRENT CONTROL
NEMA 23
oz-in
MOSFET, dual H-bridge, 4 quadrant
oz-in
AMPLIFIER TYPE
BCD
SPECIFICATIONS
1.9
4.5
2
7
STAC5
SOFTWARE
STAC Configurator
Q Programmer
Used for setup and configuration of the STAC series drives. For more information about the STAC Configurator visit the STAC5 webpage: www.
applied-motion.com/STAC5
Q Programmer is used to create and edit stand-alone programs for
drives with the Q control option. The functions of these drives include
multi-tasking, math, register manipulation, encoder following, and more.
Stepper Drives
All application software runs on Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit), Vista, XP, 2000, NT, ME & 98.
Control Options
S = Basic Version
Q = Q Programming
IP = EtherNet/IP
#383838
85%k
404 Westridge Dr.
Watsonville, CA76%C
95076
Tel: 800-525-1609
68%M
#006BB3
Fax: 831-761-6544
67%Y
www.applied-motion.com
90%K
10/01/11 925-0003 C
#FFFFFF
STAC5-IP-E120
X
X
X
X
X
STAC5-IP-E220
X
X
X
X
STAC5-IP-N120
X
X
X
STAC5-IP-N220
X
X
X
STAC5-Q-E120
X
X
X
STAC5-Q-E220
X
X
X
STAC5-Q-N120
X
X
STAC5-Q-N220
X
X
220 VAC
120 VAC
Feedback
N = None
E = Encoder
Encoder
Series
STAC5 Series Step Drive
EtherNet/IP
Input Voltage
120 = 120VAC
220 = 220VAC
Ethernet
STAC5-S-E120
Model
Numbers
Q Program
STAC5 Drive Model Numbers
X
A high performance, compact
and cost-effective stepper
drive with advanced features
and control options
X
X
X
X
X
X
STAC5-S-E120
X
X
STAC5-S-E220
X
X
STAC5-S-N120
X
STAC5-S-N220
X
X
C C
IP IP
Ethernet & EtherNet/IP
Advanced Current Control
C C
Anti-Resonance
Torque Ripple Smoothing IP IP
Microstep Emulation
Stall Detection/Prevention
X
Specifications
X
X
Control Options
POWER SUPPLY:
STAC5-120
120 VAC Nominal
STAC5-220 220 VAC Nominal
OUTPUT CURRENT:
STAC5-120 0.5-5.0 A
STAC5-220 0.5-2.55 A
PROTECTION: ▪▪ Over-voltage
▪▪ Under-voltage
▪▪ Over-temp
▪▪ Motor shorts/open phase
▪▪ Regeneration
C C
IP IP
C
▪▪ Pulse
& direction
▪▪ CW/CCW pulse
IP
▪▪ A/B
quadrature
▪▪ Velocity (oscillator) mode
▪▪ Host commands (SCL compatible)
C
▪▪ STAC
Configurator™ software for setup
IP
▪▪ Executes stored Q Programs
▪▪ Networking with Ethernet port
▪▪ Math functions
▪▪ Register manipulation
▪▪ Encoder following
▪▪ Third-party HMI compatibility
C industrial networking
▪▪ EtherNet/IP
▪▪ Connects
IPto industry’s most popular PLCs
▪▪ Same control modes as Q model
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