What is the pulse signal and IO signal in the motor
In the selection and use of stepper motor, the most common is the pulse signal and IO signal, what do these two signals represent?
A pulse is a waveform, an electrical shock (voltage or current) of very short duration. According to a certain time interval of high and low level jump signal, the conventional is 50% duty cycle rectangular wave. A pulse signal. The motor turns.
IO refers to a single high level or a single low level signal, and is the number of comparisons between two power or voltage and current. A ratio, the motor rotates once.
In terms of signals alone, there is no substantial difference between pulse and IO signals: the only difference is the time width of the effective signal. Are you clear? What do not understand welcome to consult Lisan Xiaobian.