command pulses

command pulses

[kə′mand ‚pəl·səs]
(electronics)
The electrical representations of bit values of 1 or 0 which control input/output devices.
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Each drive microsteps to 25,000 steps/rev with a 1.8[degrees] step motor (1/125 step) even when command pulses are low resolution-thanks to the proprietary step smoothing filter.
Like conventional stepping motors, the AlphaStep operates synchronistically with command pulses. This makes short stroke/short time positioning possible while reducing settling time.
Each STR drive can microstep up to 20,000 steps/rev with a 1.8[degrees] step motor (1/100 step), and can even microstep the step motor when the command pulses are low resolution.