EMC-XYYZB-BX CNC Machine Tool Controller
Computer Interface :Standard Parallel Port, Female DB25 connector on box
Input Power :117 VAC or 220 VAC
Axis :X, Y, Z, the two(2) Y axis motors are Synchronized
Steps Per Revolution :400
Motor Connectors :Female DB9 connector one for each motor
Motor Type :Stepper
Motor Size :NEMA 23
Relays :Two internal 10 ampere contact relays
Four(4) circuit Terminal block on connector panel for hookup
Minimum Step Pulse Width :5 microsecond, Normally Low
Motor Drive Configuration :Bipolar Chop Current Limited
Phase Current :Trimpot Adjustable for each motor
Maximum 2.5A for each Motor
Internal Power Supply :24 Volts DC, 150 Watt, 6.5 Ampere
Chop Clock Frequency :55 Khz
Cooling :Two(2) 12 Volt Fans wired in Series
Cabinet Contruction :All Metal UL approved electrical enclosure
Mounting Hole Pattern :Four(4) 0.25 holes, 9.125 Inch Square Pattern
Box Size :10" X 10" X 4"
Color :Tool Grey with Black Connection Panel
Total Shipping Weight :14 lbs
Connections Face Plate :Power ON/OFF Switch
Parallel Interface DB25 Female Connector
Four(4) DB9 Female Connectors
Terminal Block, four(4) circuit
SuperCam Hardware System Requirements
Recent changes to the movement algorithm has made SuperCam more sensitive to the host computer system. It does not work with USB periferals. The keyboard and mouse must be of the PS2 type.
Host Operating System:MS-DOS or Windows 98 or ME
Does Not work with Windows 2000 or XP
Processor :Pentium MMX type or Better
Currently Pentium III 400 Mhz is the development system
Processor Clock Frequency :100 Mhz or Better
Math Co-Processor :Required
Minimum System RAM:8 megabytes
Display Adapter :640 X 480 pixels, 16 colors
System Pointer :PS2 Mouse
Floppy Drive:3.5 inch, 1.44 megabyte
Hard Drive:Required
Parallel Ports :Standard Parallel Port (SPP)
ECP Parallel Ports Do Not Work
Serial Ports :COM1 or COM2
Present with DB9 male connector
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