1.8° motor and driver packages providing high torque in the low-speed range. With Oriental Motor’s new winding design and high-efficiency driver circuit design, the performance has been brought to their full potential, resulting in significant increases, especially in torque at lower speed ranges. In particular, torque in the 250 r/min range has been increased by 50% compared to conventional products allowing for quicker moves. Vibration and noise have been greatly reduced compared to conventional 1.8° stepper motor performance.
0.72° and 0.36° motor and driver packages have higher torque in the upper speed ranges. With Oriental Motor’s advanced technology and microstepping performance, even improved positional accuracy, lower vibration and noise can be achieved easily. Torque in the 500 r/min range has increased up to 85% compared to conventional products. In addition, the fully digital-controlled microstep driver has further improved the low vibration and noise reduction factors.
By adopting a higher current motor winding specification, the usage range is now much wider.
Lower vibration and further noise reductions have been achieved through the use of a fully digital-controlled microstep driver.
SUPERIOR System Performance
Motor technology in comparison
It can be summarized, that the maximum holding torque in the low-speed range is achieved with the 1.8° 2-phase stepper motors and driver packages through the use of a high motor current design and specification. The speed range has increased considerably with the 0.72°and 0.36° 5-phase motor in comparison to the 1.8° motor.
Emphasize maximum holding torque and high rated torque in the low speed range.
Provides high torque in the higher speed range.
Low Vibration with Full-Time Microstepping
Low vibration and noise reduction have been achieved across all speed ranges by significantly improving the vibration level with the use of a fully digitalcontrolled full-time microstep driver. The 0.72° and 0.36° 5-phase CVK Series has further improved vibration characteristic.
Vibration Characteristics of a
conventional stepper motor
CVK Series Vibration characteristics for 0.72°/0.36° stepper motors have been significantly improved.
The new smooth drive control with advanced current control increases the basic step angle to a maximum resolution of 2048. As a result, a reduction in step vibration in the lowspeed range is achieved.
Vibration Suppression Control
Common vibration that occurs in the mid-speed range has been suppressed. This enables more stable torque characteristics.
For High accuracy demands it is recommended to use a 0.72°/0.36° Stepper Motor
In general, stopping accuracy tends to be lower during microstep operation* than full step operation and this effect is more noticeable in a 1.8° motor. In this situation, using a CVK Series 0.72°/0.36° stepper motor enables a higher positioning accuracy.
Reduces stopping accuracy.
High positioning accuracy is now possible with 0.72°/0.36° stepper motors and drivers of CVK Series
Does not reduce stopping accuracy
EASY Installation and Wiring
There's a Wide Choice with 1.8° and 0.72°/0.36° Stepper Motors and Pulse Input Drivers
The size, installation and I/O connectors for the CVK Series 1.8° and 0.72°/0.36° motor and driver packages are the same. Because of this, it is easy to evaluate and select the proper package for the requirement.
Smallest Driver size in its class
- Small and light driver contributes to space saving
- Protective function can detect driver abnormalities early
- Smooth drive microstepping function allows for a smooth operation
- Operation current can be set with a digital switch
Reference filter selection switch
Step angle selection switch
Smooth drive function switch
POWER LED and alarm LED indicator (Protective function)
Operation current setting switch
16-level digital setting
Step angle setting switch Max.
resolution 125000 P/R
2-Phase 1.8° and 5-Phase 0.72°/0.36° Stepper Motor Packages have similar price
In addition to improving the performance and function of the CVK Series, prices have been revised as well. Now, the price difference between a 1.8° and a 0.72°/0.36° stepper units is minimal.