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    Default Advice, need power supply for 12N.m Nema 34 Hybris Stepper.

    Hello!

    Quick advice. I just purchased Stepper Motor Drive Kit 12NM NEMA34 Hybrid Servo Closed Loop Stepper Control Kit

    Can anyone suggest a Power Supply? I can't find it now, but I saw a youtube video, where the reviewer said he made a mistake in buying a switching power supply, instead of the big round transformer power supply? Which is better?

    Would a PSU be able to power 2 of these motors, or do I need 2 PSUs.

    I think I read I need a 70v PSU, I mistakenly ordered a 24v switching PSU.:-(

    Thanks for your advice!

    Kenny

    1 Drive 2HSS86H
    1 Motor 86J18156EC-1000
    1 Encoder Cable 3M

    Drive functional characteristics
    Model 2HSS86H
    Type Stepper drive
    maximum peak current 7A
    Impulse response frequency 200KHz
    Voltage 60~80VAC/DC40-110V
    Protective function Over voltage, over current, tracking error, overproof

    Advantage no step to lose, Low noise, little vibration and high efficiency, low heat
    Continuous overload Output an alarm signal

    Motor electric parameter
    Model 86J18156EC-1000
    Step angle/phase 1.8 degree 2ph
    Rated voltage/current 3.92V/6A
    resistance 0.72ohm
    Inductance 5.5mH
    Hold torque 12NM
    Rated Speed 1000RPM
    Encoder 1000line
    Class of insulation B
    Rotor inertia 4000 g.cm2

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    Default Re: Advice, need power supply for 12N.m Nema 34 Hybris Stepper.

    This one would be my first choice https://www.automationtechnologiesin...vac-or-230vac/

    Your drives are rated at 40 - 110 VDC so getting as close as possible to the upper limit is desired, better motor performance. The PS above would run both motors at full load with no problem.

    Jim Dawson
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    Default Re: Advice, need power supply for 12N.m Nema 34 Hybris Stepper.

    Thanks Jim, That looks good!



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    Default Re: Advice, need power supply for 12N.m Nema 34 Hybris Stepper.

    The seller of the motor suggested I use a 60 VAC 400-500w power supply. I've never worked with AC and a motor. Any advantages or drawbacks? I may need to go with a under $100 PSU to start. Limited budget.



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    Default Re: Advice, need power supply for 12N.m Nema 34 Hybris Stepper.

    You'll likely need to build your own AC supply, as they are not as readily available as DC supplies.

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    Default Re: Advice, need power supply for 12N.m Nema 34 Hybris Stepper.

    OK, then all you need is a transformer, this one can be wired to get 60VAC output with either 240 or 120 V input. https://www.ebay.com/itm/General-Sig...6677:rk:1:pf:0

    Jim Dawson
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    Default Re: Advice, need power supply for 12N.m Nema 34 Hybris Stepper.

    Thanks again Jim! Very helpful. I'm learning a lot from you.



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    Default Re: Advice, need power supply for 12N.m Nema 34 Hybris Stepper.

    My pleasure to help out.

    Jim Dawson
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    Default Re: Advice, need power supply for 12N.m Nema 34 Hybris Stepper.

    Voltage 60~80VAC/DC40-110V
    Question is what is better??

    If I would like to squeeze every last bit of performance should I go with AC or DC?

    DC switching power supply like:
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/CNC-...c-bc3af880d493

    Should I go with 90, 100 or 110V and wait for magic smoke

    or 70 V transformer like:
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/New-...2e8c3c00DcytsI

    A which option will be better to achieve the best performance?
    I do understand that controllers and motors might need extra cooling.



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    Default Re: Advice, need power supply for 12N.m Nema 34 Hybris Stepper.

    Quote Originally Posted by NUDEcnc View Post
    Question is what is better??

    If I would like to squeeze every last bit of performance should I go with AC or DC?
    It doesn't matter, if you input AC to the drive it is rectified to DC in the drive anyway.

    DC switching power supply like:
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/CNC-...c-bc3af880d493

    Should I go with 90, 100 or 110V and wait for magic smoke
    You don't want to use a switching power supply to run a motor drive. Use an unregulated transformer type power supply, much better for running motor drives.
    https://www.automationtechnologiesin...vac-or-230vac/


    or 70 V transformer like:
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/New-...2e8c3c00DcytsI

    A which option will be better to achieve the best performance?
    I do understand that controllers and motors might need extra cooling.
    The 70V transformer would work fine. As far as performance it doesn't make any difference AC or DC input.

    Jim Dawson
    Sandy, Oregon, USA


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    Default Re: Advice, need power supply for 12N.m Nema 34 Hybris Stepper.

    The 70V transformer would work fine. As far as performance it doesn't make any difference AC or DC input.
    So the question still stands.
    Voltage 60~80VAC/DC40-110V

    Option 1: 80VAC transformer Connect to the driver - converted by the driver to 80VDC

    Option 2 110V transformer - simple AC to DC converter - 110VDC conected to driver.

    As I understand, at the end diver will be powered 80V or 110V DC ?

    So option 2 is a better solution?

    Based on the torque graph, this could make a HUGE difference, especially at high RPM !!!
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    Default Re: Advice, need power supply for 12N.m Nema 34 Hybris Stepper.

    80 vac rectified becomes 113 vdc. Again, no difference.



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