Looking to upgrade my x-axis stepper motor to move the gantry on my homemade CNC router table and I noticed that Keling offers this neat looking stepper driver + power supply in one convenient package called the 11080 driver. I believe adding this to my set up will allow me to continue to use my smaller stepper motors with my existing smaller KL4030 drivers and my existing power supply that is sized for the smaller motors and drivers. As I understand itÖ this combination of power supply +driver offered by the 11080 will simply allow me to land 110AC on the 11080 driver and then plug it directly into my existing breakout board in the place of the existing x-axis KL4030 driver as well as into a new motor (yet to be determined) without having to disturb the existing stepper motors, drivers or power supply that would remain. Is this a correct assumption or am I waaaay off with the application of the 11080 driver?
As you may know, I am fairly new to the world of CNC and have recently learned how to relate a driverís output amperage and voltage to the motors inductance and rated current to estimate your operational percentage of peak torque and speed. As a result of having this cool new calculation in my hands, it is not obvious to me what the output voltage of the 11080 driver is. I do not believe I can find this information on the spec sheet and I think this information is important when trying to select a newer + bigger motor for the x-axis to use with this driver. I see that it has standard dip switch selection for the current but I think knowing the output voltage will help me see what kind of motor inductance it can handle. Does it output 12VDC or 80VDC? Or does it magically tune itself to the best voltage?