SimpleMotion v2 bus termiantor/breakout board eases setup

As the multi-drop bus, SimpleMotion V2, contains also dedicated signals for drive Enable and Safe torque off, there is need for user to make electrical wiring to the bus. Based on support requests and feedback, we figured out there is need to ease this job. This is why SMV2BRK (SimpleMotion V2 break-out-board) was created.

SMV2USB adapter and SMV2BRK bus termination board.

SMV2USB adapter and SMV2BRK bus termination board.

Typical SimpleMotion V2 bus with SMV2USB and SMV2BRK.

Typical SimpleMotion V2 bus with SMV2USB and SMV2BRK.

Wiring of Enable and Safe torque off switches to SMV2BRK.

Wiring of Enable and Safe torque off switches to SMV2BRK.

SMV2BRK will become available through the web shop shortly. SMV2USB and SMV2BRK will be also sold as kit.

2 thoughts on “SimpleMotion v2 bus termiantor/breakout board eases setup

  1. So been digging through the tons of resources surrounding all the drivers and controllers.. And i find an unholy unionen in KmotionCNC (Dynomotion) and Simplemotion V2 being the prob. best.

    Due to the fact that simplemotion can run a chain of drivers over SPI, and KmotionCNC have its Gcode parser and trajectory planner freely available as both source and just a dll that can be dropped into any other project.. =)

    • Din’t know KMotionCNC is open source. I have just downloaded it and will check out the possibilities. Thanks for idea!

      First thing to check is the licensing. It depends on that if it can be used.

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