Communication to the NSC-A1 can be established over USB or RS-485. It is also possible to download a stand-alone program to the device and have it run independent of a host. It utilizes a 32-bit microprocessor to control the trajectory profile, acceleration, velocity, deceleration. If closed loop motion control is required, the NSC-A1 can be expanded to handle differential inputs from an encoder.
The NSC-A1 is supplied with a +24 VDC power adapter. The NSC-A1 controller has an analog inputs for connecting a Joystick. For developing custom software the controller includes sample source code for VB, C++.
|Input Voltage||+12 to +24 VDC|
|Communications||USB 2.0 and RS-485 (9600-115K bps)|
|Inputs||Opto-isolated +Limit, -Limit, and Home|
|Digital Inputs||(6) Opto-isolated Inputs|
|Digital Outputs||(2) Opto-isolated Outputs|
|Encoder Feedback||A/B/Z Differential Encoder Inputs|
|Analog Input||(2) 10-bit Analog Inputs (Joystick Control)|
|Output Current||3.0 Amp Max. (peak current)|
|Micro-step Resolution||2 to 500|
|Weight||0.34 kg (0.75 lbs)|
QuickMotion NSC-A1 Software:
QuickMotion NSC-A1 v1.0.2 Installer
USB Driver v4.01.3
Sample Source Code
Includes sample source code for VB, C++.
NSC-A1 User Manual:
User Manual Rev 1.3