4-Axis CNC Mach3 USB Motion Controller Card Interface Breakout Boardbrand: SainSmart SKU: 101-60-198
- The motion control card for machine control, with strong professional. Requires the operator to have the relevant expertise.
- If used improperly, may appear an accident, please strictly follow the instructions and warnings using this product if you are not sure, consulting engineers for help.
- First-time users, if you are not familiar with the product and software features Mach3 In your test product, make sure the machine's power switch on hand, you can quickly turn off the power.
- Recommends that users install the emergency stop button and make sure the button is functioning properly. Please strictly follow the instructions and warnings using this product.
- 1-year warranty and technical support from SainSmart.
- Support for 4-axis linkage, you can connect four stepper motor drives or servo drives;
- Maximum step-pulse frequency is 100KHz, which is suitable for the servo or stepping motor;
- general-purpose opto-couplers isolation input: can connect the limit switch, emergency stop switch, auto tool zero, home switch etc.
- Support for connecting electronic handwheel;
- Have 0-10V signal output, you can use mach3 software to control the spindle motor speed.
- general-purpose isolated relay drive output interface can drive four relays for controlling the spindle starts, forward rotating and reverse rotating, pumps or other devices;
- status LED indicates connection status on the board.
- Interface: USB connection to the computer
- Power: 12-24V 10W
- Driver Power: 12-24V
WHAT’S IN THE PACKAGE1x SainSmart 4-Axis CNC USB Motion Controller Card Interface Breakout Board
Works good on Mach3
Easy to make it work on Mach3 As someone also commented, no info on how to make it work with linuxcnc/raspberry.
Works fine on Mach3
It can be easily configured on Mach3 with the somehow useful documentation. No information on how to setup for LinuxCNC
Exactly as described... Would highly recommend...
We used this as man controller in a small (1000mm X 1000mm CNC router for signage. We have absolutely no issues since we first hooked it up.