STC1001_0 2.5A Stepper Phidget

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If you’re looking for a compact solution for controlling a medium-sized stepper motor, the STC1001_0 2.5A Stepper Phidget is an affordable and convenient option. You can control the position, velocity, and acceleration of the motor by sending commands from your program.

Safety Features

The STC1001 comes equipped with a heatsink to prevent the board from overheating during use. The power terminals on this device are polarity protected: if you happen to hook up the power supply backwards, the device simply won’t power up and won’t be damaged. A 5-amp automotive-style fuse is also included to protect the board from current spikes from the motor’s back-EMF. This Phidget is isolated from input to output, so your VINT hub and computer will be protected if anything goes wrong.

Power Saving Options

For power-conscious users, we also allow for separate control over the current limit and the holding current limit. If you know your motor will be stationary for long periods of time, but still needs a small amount of holding torque to maintain its position, you can set the holding current appropriately without interfering with the running current limit.

Product Specifications of STC1001_0 2.5A Stepper Phidget

Board Properties
Controlled ByVINT
Controller Properties
Motor TypeBipolar Stepper
Number of Motor Ports1
Motor Position Resolution1/16 Step (40-Bit Signed)
Position Max± 1E+15 1/16 steps
Stepper Velocity Resolution1 1/16 steps/sec
Stepper Velocity Max115000 1/16 steps/sec
Stepper Acceleration Resolution1 1/16 steps/sec²
Stepper Acceleration Min2 1/16 steps/sec²
Stepper Acceleration Max1E+07 1/16 steps/sec²
Sampling Interval Min100 ms/sample
Sampling Interval Max60 s/sample
Electrical Properties
Available Current per Coil Max2 A
Supply Voltage Min8 V DC
Supply Voltage Max30 V DC
Current Consumption Min (VINT Port)500 μA
Current Consumption Max (VINT Port)1 mA
Quiescent Power Consumption Max* 200 mW
Physical Properties
Recommended Wire Size16 – 26 AWG
Operating Temperature Min-20 °C
Operating Temperature Max85 °C

* This is the power consumption for the board only. Add the motor’s rated power consumption for total maximum power consumption.