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    Default Help Identifing old stepper controller board

    Hi All,

    Hopefully someone can help. I have an old CNC, installed I think by Machinetoolcamp back in '06 its running deskcnc with a 2nd gen lmservices control board. However the z axis controller for the step-syn drive popped a cap. I can not find any markings on it to help identify it to replace it.

    Does anyone know which controller this is or possible could direct me to a replacement that would be usuable?

    Thank you all in advance.

    Dennis

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    Default Re: Help Identifing old stepper controller board

    Looks a little like a Gecko G250? Maybe an old version?

    Gerry

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    Default Re: Help Identifing old stepper controller board

    the faulty component is one of two current sense resistors used to measure the current through the motor coils

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    with the shadow its hard to see if there is a decimal point between the zero and five

    its possible a fault with one "H" bridge has overloaded the resistor

    John



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