Your Project in Motion with Powerful Prototypes
TRINAMIC Motion Control teams up with AISLER for rapid, powerful prototyping.
The trend towards automation, including the recent surge in IoT applications, has shown that small motors are everywhere – and so is motion control. Finding the right solution for your specific requirements, however, can be challenging. Designing your prototype, testing it, making adjustments and testing it again takes time. Valuable time.
AISLER reduces this to a minimum. They’re a one-stop-shop with everything you need to get your electronics project built and shipped right to your doorstep within 7 business days worldwide. Whether it’s PCBs, parts, or stencils. And if you design your prototype with one of Trinamic’s motion control ICs, you will get the IC for free!*
Building the next infamous and reliable product often means a great deal of complexity and meticulous parts research. Each IC developed by Trinamic comes with all the necessary information including proven reference designs, CAD symbols and sample code that you are free to use as the foundation for your own design. Depending on which chip you’re using, CoolStep™, StealthChop™, and other great features such as microstepping and ramping profiles can easily be activated using Trinamic’s own TMCL-IDE – an intuitive API that’s designed with ease-of-use in mind.
By partnering up, AISLER’s quick delivery cycles and Trinamic’s plug-and-play solutions shorten your time-to-market, allowing you to stay one step ahead of the rest.
Visit www.aisler.net/trinamic for more information.
*TRINAMIC Motion Control will only sponsor the following chips when designed in your prototype via AISLER: TMC2100-LA, TMC2130-LA, TMC5130-TA, TMC5041-LA, TMC389-LA, TMC2100-TA, TMC4361A-LA, TMC4330A-LA, TMC4331A-LA, TMC2224-LA, TMC2208-LA, TMC2041-LA, TMC5072-LA, TMC2130-TA.
February 27, 2018 / Trinamic / 0
Categories: DIY, Industry News, Projects
Tags: AISLER, design, PCB, prototyping, TRINAMIC, TRINAMIC Motion Control
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