$1,999.00
Used but in very nice, clean condition. This item was pulled from a working lab after an equipment upgrade so it is guaranteed working. It was recognized by Windows when it was plugged in and attempted to automatically download drivers.

Included:
  • 1x 1MAC5000 PS-System 73005020
  • 1x Host Computer Interface Module 73005042
  • 3x Microstepping Motor Module 73005050
  • 1x DC Servo Motor Module 73005051
Power Supply Overview:
The foundation for the MAC 5000 is the system power supply. This module forms the physical base, supplies the raw DC power and the forced air cooling for the system.

I/O Connections: 
The mains connection to the system is via the IEC receptacle located on the rear panel. Internally a connector is supplied which connects to the 73005042 module to supply the regulated DC power for the system.

Specifications: 
Weight ..........................................................................................................................1.4kg
Input requirements ............................................................. 90-240VAC, 50/60Hz, 150watts
Fan Noise ...................................................................................................................... 20dB


Host Computer Interface Module Overview:
The MAC 5000 host computer interface serves a dual role. First the RS-232 and USB interfaces provide the means for the host computer to communicate with the MAC 5000 controller. In addition this module supplies regulated power for system expansion modules.
The interface supports two modes of communication: an ASCII mode and a binary mode. The ASCII mode processes recognizable commands such as “MOVE X=1000” . The binary mode provides a lower level of communication to yield higher throughput and universal adaptability.

I/O Connections:
Joystick input is by the DB-25 connector. The input is compatible with any LEP joystick supporting up to three axes with digipot. Standard RS-232 port supports baud rates up to 115.2k baud. The USB interface complies with the USB standard 1.3. 

Specifications:
RS-232 ......................................................................... up to 115.2k baud, no handshaking
Joystick ................................................................................multi-axis analog/digital input
Operator console port...............................................................................9600 baud RS-232
Power requirements .................................................................................................. 24vDC
USB......................................................................USB 1.3 compatible with type B receptacle

Microstemming Motor Module Overview:
For high performance stepper motor control the MAC 5000 MCSTS module is unequalled. This module is a self-contained microprocessor motor controller with high performance regulated linear microstepping driver. The linear driver provides the highest accuracy without excessive motor heating or EMI radiation that can sometimes be a problem with conventional chopper type drives. All functions are built-in to the module: analog joystick control, digital joystick control, limit switches, pre-limit input, open or closed loop stepper motor control. Motor step rates are programmable from 0.8Hz up to 5mHz. A rich command set is compatible with all MAC 2002 and MAC 5000 modules.


I/O Connections:
The MCSTS module step-motor connector supports two phase stepper motors with CW and CCW limits, home position signalling, encoder inputs and a single pre-limit. A SYNC-OUT 8 pin mini-DIN connector has step/direction output as well as inputs for TTL gating and triggering. Stand-alone trackball control is available via the TRBALL-IN connector. The separate encoder connection is for the use of a second positioning encoder for dual encoder systems. In a dual encoder system the primary encoder input is used for motor servo and the secondary input is the actual position.
Specifications:
Step rate (min/max)........................................................................................ 84Hz /5mHz
Motor current (min/max) ...................................................................0.2A / 1.0A per phase
Limit switch input ................................................................rising or falling edge selectable
Encoder input ..........................................................................TTL quadrature , incremental
Encoder frequency (max).......................................................................................... 400kHz
Microstepping ranges ....................................................... 5x, 10x, 25x, 50x, 100x and 200x

DC Servo Motor Module Overview:
High speed motion applications frequently demand high performance DC servo motor drives. The MAC 5000 MCDCS DC servo motor controller/driver offers the highest performance while still providing precision positioning control. Like its stepper motor cousin, this module is a totally integrated motion controller/ driver with a full set of control inputs. A full compatible command set provides access to all motion parameters. Presets for 7 common applications are embedded to make implementation quick and easy. The full featured command set enables access to “state based” servo parameters for no compromise servo tuning.

I/O Connections:
Motor connection includes motor output and inputs for the servo encoder, limit switches, home position and pre-limits. Special sync inputs and outputs are available on the 8 pin SYNC-OUT mini-DIN connector. A unique step/direction output is available to enable external data collection “on the fly”. An auxiliary trackball input is also included. Support for a second incremental encoder input is included for systems with separate linear encoders or external positioning feedback devices.

Specifications:
Position accuracy ..................................................................................... ±1 encoder count
Motor current (max).........................................................................................................3A
Limit switch input ................................................................rising or falling edge selectable
Encoder input ..........................................................................TTL quadrature , incremental
Encoder frequency (max)...........................................................................................400kHz