What kind of power supply should I use?

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What kind of power supply should I use?

Postby mokvo4 » 15 Mar 2017, 12:49

What kind of power supply should I use?
1 - the three axes "X,Y,Z." driver TB 6600 DC power 9-42 V DC 4A.

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2 - for rotary axis "A" driver DM542 DC power supply 20-50V 4A

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3 - for CNC USB controller Mk3 / 4 (4 axis), necessary power supply 8-24 VDC 200 mA

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Needing two power supplies or I can use one? Then what is desired unit?
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Re: What kind of power supply should I use?

Postby Support » 17 Mar 2017, 11:41

Use separate power supply for controller and stepper drivers.
Controller: 8-24VDC, 200mA.

Stepper driver: use suitable PSU based on specifications-
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Re: What kind of power supply should I use?

Postby mokvo4 » 17 Mar 2017, 12:28

If I understand you correctly I for stepper motors need the block 9-40v 20A
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Re: What kind of power supply should I use?

Postby mokvo4 » 17 Mar 2017, 13:51

For 4 stepper motors this power supply will fit?
Universal DC 36V 20A 720W Regulated Switch Power Supply Transformer 110V 220V AC to DC36V UPS For CNC Machine DIY LED Lamp CCTV

model S-720-36
rated voltage AC110V/220V(switchable )
input voltage range AC110 +/-15%/AC220V+/-15%
efficiency 85+/-10%
output voltage 36 VDC
output current 20A
rated output power 720 watts
output Load 720*0.85 = 612 W
output voltage adjustment range of +/-5%
load regulation < 2%
operating temperature -° C.+ ° c
function indoor
mode power supply constant Voltage
working Hudimity 20-90% RH non-condesing
machine dimension L241 * W125 * H65
package size L260 * W140 * > H85
Net weight 1.35 KG
cooling method built-in Cooling Fan (fan a little noisy to work)

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Re: What kind of power supply should I use?

Postby Support » 20 Mar 2017, 11:25

This should be sufficient.
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Re: What kind of power supply should I use?

Postby could-mill » 03 Sep 2017, 21:07

Support wrote:Use separate power supply for controller and stepper drivers.
Controller: 8-24VDC, 200mA.

Stepper driver: use suitable PSU based on specifications-


I read on manual "at least 200ma", so I can use also power supply 24V , 2,5A 60w ?
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