The 2.6 Million High Resolution Twin Motor Kit includes a main motor board, placed upon a controller board, and free PCBMotor software for speedy integration and application prototyping.
The High Resolution Twin Motor Kit board is connected to a PC and powered by a standard USB cable. It communicates through a simple protocol that allows custom-made software to quickly and easily access and control both ultrasonic motors.
The standard configuration consists of a main motor board with two 25 mm PCBMotors with digital 200/400/800 digital encoders, and a high resolution twin motor controller.
Output from the motors is achievable by using either the standard 4 mm axel, accessible by the bottom of the main board, or through a direct connection to the top of the rotor using the screws provided.
* Update: Now with 800 Steps/Revolution
Now an even higher resolution is possible with the High Resolution Twin Motor kit. By using both channels in the Avago position sensor, a resolution of 800 steps/revolution can be obtained.
The source code has also been modified to utilize the new 800-step resolution feature and is included with the Twin Motor can be downloaded online.
Standard configuration for the High Resolution Twin Motor Kit
- The main motor board consists of two 25 mm PCBMotor
- 200/400/800 step digital encoder for coarse positioning
- Over 2,600,000 resolutions per revolution with open loop micropulsing twin motor controller
- On-board Opto switches for motor selection
- 200 full, 400 half or 800 quarter step Avago position sensor (user controlled settings)
- USB connector for PC control and power supply
- Ø25.4 mm top rotor discs with 2 mm holes for top-mounted devices
- Rear end 4 mm steel shaft with a 2 mm internal thread for extensions
- Free PC controller software
Read more about our PCBMotors with Encoders - now available in 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 and 70 mm diameters.
2. PCBMotor software video - How to program a PCBMotor Twin Motor Kit - and discover how to program and test the High Resolution Twin Motor Kit and experience multiplexing and accurate, real-time positioning of two, on-board motors.