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-Place to aggregate motor information,​ mostly as it relates to microscopes 
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-2018-05-28: creating page to aggregate industry pinout information and mcmaster recommendations. 
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-====== Indexer connector (single) ====== 
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-===== BBB ===== 
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-mcmaster goal: come up with a standard connector to put on BBB cape 
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-Goals: 
-  * Requirement:​ fit 6 connectors on reasonable size BBB cape 
-  * Use an existing standard 
-  * COTS cables, or at least easily ​ 
-  * Shielded 
-  * Durable 
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-Main candidates: 
-  * DB9 
-    * Durable connector 
-    * COTS super available 
-    * Shielded 
-    * Breakout boards readily available 
-    * No insustry standard pinout 
-      * I thought Gecko, but that's actually for the motors 
-  * DB25 
-    * Industry standard connector 
-      * Single and multi versions 
-    * However, too large 
-  * Combicon style connector 
-    * Quick to make 
-    * Can use shielded cables 
-    * Can't buy whole cable, or at least will be expensive 
-    * Wires can stress and fall off 
-    * Used on Gecko and some others, although not consistently 
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-===== DB25 (step/​direction) ===== 
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-{{:​compumotor:​oem650:​oem650_db25.png?​600|}} 
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-Above: Compumotor OEM650 pinout 
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-{{:​pmc:​vs:​pmc_vs_db25.png?​300|}} 
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-Above: PMC VS Drive pinout 
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-This seems to have been a de facto standard for some years. I've observed it on Compumotor, PMC, and other drivers. 
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-mcmaster: IMHO this is too bulky to use in modern applications,​ although I do have several legacy drivers using it 
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-===== IDC 5x2 (step/​direction) ===== 
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-{{:​ims:​mdm:​ims_idc.png?​500|}} 
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-Used on some MDrive17 motors 
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-mcmaster: of particular interest to me since I try to use these motors by default. 
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-====== Indexer connector (multi) ====== 
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-===== Gecko DB25 (multi-axis indexer) ===== 
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-{{:​gecko:​g540:​g540_db25.png?​300|}} 
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-Above: G540 indexer connection 
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-The G320X servo driver uses post mounted Phoenix contact type connectors. 
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-====== Motor connector (power + data) ====== 
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-===== M12 connector (power + CAN) ===== 
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-M12/M23 seems to be common on modern stepper motors. The MDrive manual for example cites it was done to reach IP65 enclosure rating: 
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-<​code>​ 
-The MDrive17Plus2-65 Motion Control adds protection against the ingress of fluids and dust to 
-the MDrive17Plus2 by changing the motor-drive enclosure to meet IP65 specifications. With this 
-change the connector configuration changes to industry standard M12/M23 circular connectors. 
-</​code>​ 
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-http://​www.te.com/​content/​dam/​te-com/​documents/​channel/​global/​m8m12-connectorsystem-presentation.pdf 
-  * A-coding: actuator-sensor plug connections for DeviceNet, IO link and Profibus 
-    * DeviceNet is used my mcmaster MFCs 
-  * B-coding: Fieldbus connections for Profibus and Interbus 
-  * D-coding: Industrial Ethernet, Profinet, Ethernet/IP and EtherCat 
-  * S-coding: Motor, Frequency-convertors,​ motor operated switches, PSUs for Power, 620V, 12A 
-  * T-coding: Fieldbus comp, passive distribution boxes, motors, PSUs for Power, 63V, 12A 
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-====== Motor connector (driver) ====== 
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-List of common connectors 
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-===== Sherline (unipolar motor) ===== 
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-{{:​sherline:​motor_conn:​sherline_motor.jpg|}} 
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-===== Combicon 5 pin (bipolar motor) ===== 
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-{{:​pmc:​vs:​pmc_vs_motor.png?​200|}} 
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-Above: PMC motor 
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-===== Gecko DB9 (bipolar motor) ===== 
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-{{:​gecko:​g540:​g540_x.jpg?​200|}} 
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