6430-001-K-N AC servo


Manufacturer: Pacific
Model: 6430-001-K-N
Product name: Driver
Warranty: One year warranty

Category: SKU: 6430-001-K-N Tag:
Whatsapp:+86 15359293870
WeChat:+86 18106937731
Contacts:kelly CHEN


6430-001-K-N AC servo

6430-001-K-N AC servo


Selecting an indexer

The 6430-001-K-N drive requires STEP and DIRECTION inputs. Select an indexer that provides, as a minimum, these commands. A compatible indexer will provide the capability to drive the input circuits shown in Section 2.5.4. For most applications that operate at speeds above 300 RPM, an indexer that can ramp the step frequency is required.


Selecting a motor

The 6430-001-K-N is designed for use with Pacific Scientific’s line of hybrid stepper motors or most other 2 phase stepper motors. The drive works with either the standard line or the enhanced high performance line of stepper motors. The motor winding current rating must be compatible with the output current of the drive package. Refer to the Torque/Speed Curves in the Pacific Scientific “Motion Control Solutions Catalog” or contact your local Pacific Scientific distributor for sizing and motor compatibility assistance.


Pacific Scientific makes cables that connect directly from J3 to our system motors. To order the cable from Pacific Scientific, use the order number SPC-xxx-6410, where “xxx” is the length, in feet (one-foot increments) up to 50 feet. For example, SPC-050 is a 50 feet long cable. Pacific Scientific makes cables for both E and H series stepper motors (SPC-xxx-6410) and K and N series stepper motors (SPC-xxx-6410-KN). Please refer to the correct diagram on the following page.


The core of the FCS system is the bus protocol, which has been described in the previous chapters of the bus standard. As long as the bus protocol of a type of bus is determined, the relevant key technologies and equipment are also determined. In terms of the basic principles of its bus protocol, all types of buses are the same, based on solving the problem of bidirectional serial digital communication transmission. However, due to various reasons, there are significant differences in the bus protocols of various types of buses. In order to meet the interoperability requirements of the fieldbus and make it a truly open system, the user layer of the IEC international standard fieldbus communication protocol model is explicitly specified to have device description function. To achieve interoperability, each fieldbus device is described using device description DD. DD can be considered as a driver of the device, which includes all necessary parameter descriptions and operational steps required for the main station.

Due to the fact that DD includes all the information required to describe device communication and is independent of the main station, it enables true interoperability of on-site devices. Is the actual situation consistent with the above? The answer is negative. The current international standard for fieldbus includes 8 types, while the original IEO international standard is only one of the 8 types, and its status is equal to the other 7 types of buses. The other 7 types of buses, regardless of their market share, each bus protocol has a set of software and hardware support. They can form systems and products, while the original IEC fieldbus international standard is an empty shelf with neither software nor hardware support. Therefore, achieving mutual compatibility and interoperability of certain buses is almost impossible in the current state. From the above, can we draw an image of the interoperability of open fieldbus control systems? For a specific type of fieldbus, as long as it follows the bus protocol of that type of fieldbus, it is open to its products and has interoperability. In other words, no matter what manufacturer’s product, not a single one is on site.


Recommended model: