Keyestudio CNC Kit KS096 A4988 12V GRBL NANO (Arduino-Compatible)

LCAA100015
£21.39

3 in stock

FEATURES
  • Flux SKU:
    LCAA100015
  • Length (mm):
    72
  • Width (mm):
    58
  • Height (mm):
    15
  • Form Factor:
    NANO
  • Brand:
    Keyes
  • Brand Series:
    Keyestudio
  • Main Colour:
    Black
  • Country of Manufacture:
    China
  • MPN:
    KS0096
  • UPC:
    Does Not Apply
  • Minimum Operating Temperature:
    -40°C
  • Maximum Operating Temperature:
    85°C
  • Number of Items:
    1
  • Parts list:
    1 Keyestudio NANO (Arduino-compatible)
    1 NANO CNC Sheild
    3 4988 Driver
    1 30cm USB - Mini USB Cable
  • Hardware Compatibility:
    Arduino NANO
  • Pin Pitch:
    2.54mm
  • Pin Arrangements:
    Abort/Hold/Resume
    Emergency stop
    3 Axis end stops
    I2C
    UART
    Jumper based step setting
    14 Digital I/O pins
    6 Analogue I/O pins
    Reset Switch
    Serial (3.3 - 5V Switch)
    ICSP
  • Logic Level Voltage:
    5V
  • Input DC Voltage:
    12V External motor power
  • Drive Current:
    40mA per I/O pin
    50mA per 3.3V pin
    2A with heatsink (A4988)
  • Control Type:
    Step/Direction
  • Step Options:
    1
    1/2
    1/8
    1/16
  • Mounting Hole Size:
    M3
  • Mounting Dimensions:
    56/49mm
  • Over heat Protection:
    Yes
  • Format:
    USB
  • Chipset:
    CH340G
  • Chipset MPN:
    ATmega328P
    A4988
  • Clock Clock:
    16MHz
  • Flash Memory:
    32KB
  • SRAM Memory:
    2KB
  • EEPROM Memory:
    1KB
  • Noted Onboard Components:
    Step setting jumpers
    Reset switch
    4 A4988 Driver socket
  • Noted Circuit Types/Features:
    Adjustable drive current
  • Noted Software Base/Features:
    3 Axis CNC control
    Spindle control
    Coolant control
  • Connector Type:
    5.5mm DC Jack (2.1mm pin)
    3 4988 Sockets
    USB - Mini
DESCRIPTION
This kit is ideally suited to converting a simple Arduino NANO into a CNC machining workhorse. The kit provides 3 axis of control along with connections for limit switches, spindle control, an emergency stop, coolant control and hold buttons. The board is based on the well documented open source the use of GRBL.
The shield is designed to accept 3 A4988 drivers, included. Each drivers step settings can be controlled via the onboard jumper connections. To power the motors a 12V DC supply is required which is then connected to the DC input. The logic on the otherhand is powered from the Arduino itself.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information regarding the shield's operation.

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