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Pulse Width Range1
3.84 Sec to 10 µSec
Pulse Width Accuracy2
0–2 Hz, 2–30 Hz, 30–50,000 Hz
(see graphs on the next page)
Logic Supply Voltage
Logic Supply Current
Compatible I/O Processors
SNAP PAC R-series controllers and EB-series brains with R9.1a or newer firmware
Fixed at 50%
Number of Ports per Module
Operating Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
30 months from date of manufacture
1Pulse Width is equal to one-half the period.
2To find the frequency error in Hz:
Frequency Error (+/-) = Desired Frequency - (1 ÷ (Pulse Width Resolution + (1 ÷ Desired Frequency))).
The SNAP-SCM-ST2 pulse output module is a two-channel serial communication module that provides pulse and direction signals for stepper motor drives.
The SNAP-SCM-232, SNAP-SCM-485-422, SNAP-SCM-PROFI, SNAP-SCM-W2, SNAP-SCM-CAN2B, and SNAP-SCM-ST2 serial communication modules are designed for use with the SNAP PAC System and can also be used in standalone SNAP I/O units.
Each of these modules conveniently provides serial data at a remote Ethernet location.
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This file contains firmware for the SNAP-SCM-ST2 pulse output module. This firmware includes support for the ReadPulseFrequency command.
A quick overview on securing a SNAP Module to a SNAP rack.
A quick overview on removing a SNAP module.
What's the difference between accuracy and resolution in analog I/O specifications? Try your own specs in the calculator.