Motor Controller 5 A CAN

1.037.300.xxE ( choose order option )

The Motor Controller 5 A CAN is a microcontroller based module for automotive and other applications. User configuration and programming facilitate implementation of a wide range of applications. The very compact form factor supports versatile use.

Name Value
Weight 60  g
Dimensions 30 × 30 × 40 mm
Housing material Plastic
Connector type FASTON 6.3 mm (Connections 15, 30, 31, 87, 87a), FASTON 2.8 mm (Connections C, X, H, L)
In-/Outputs (total) 4
Operating voltage 9-30 V
Protection class IP53
Type-approval number 04 6879
Type-approval E1 - ECE R10
Protocols CAN Interface 2.0 A/B ISO 11898-2, SAE J1939
Name Value
Number of pins 9
In-/Outputs (total) 4
Inputs (total) 3
Inputs (analog) 3
Outputs (total) 1
Outputs (PWM capable) 1
Processor family Freescale HCS08
Processor 8 bit
CAN interfaces 1
Temperature range -40 to 85  °C
Protection class IP53
Operating voltage 9-30 V
Current consumption ( ≤ ) 30 mA
Maximum continuous current 3 A
Quiescent current (24V) 1.5 mA
Quiescent current (12V) 0.8 mA
Programming system MRS Developers Studio
Name Model Order no.
Mo­tor­con­troller 5 A CAN Power on Pin 15 1.​037.​300.​00E
Mo­tor­con­troller 5 A CAN Power on Pin 30 1.​037.​300.​10E
Mo­tor­con­troller 5 A CAN Power on Pin 30 and fre­quency in­puts on X,C 1.​037.​300.​11E
Mo­tor­con­troller 5 A CAN Power on Pin 15 and fre­quency in­puts on X,C 1.​037.​300.​01E
Required accessories Article number
Softwaretool MRS Developers Studio Bund­le 1.​100.​100.​09
PCAN-USB Interface 105358
Cable set to programm Micro PLC CAN / PROP CAN / Micro Gateway 109446
Cable FLRY 2 x 0.50 mm² white/green SL20 113085
Socket ST FL 9-pin 5 x 6.3 / 4 x 2.8 1.​017.​002.​00
FAS­TON ter­mi­nal for latching 2.8 mm 0.5 – 1.0 mm² 105292
FAS­TON ter­mi­nal for latching 6.3 mm 1 mm² 102355
FAS­TON ter­mi­nal for latching 6.3 mm 1.5 – 2.5 mm² 103064

Direction of rotation reversal does not work if a 1 or 0 is alternately applied to the "Direction" input.

A reversal of the direction of rotation can not be realized abruptly, because in the startup in the C-code a time of 500 ms passes through for the calculation of the offset.
The input "Motor PWM Duty cycle" should have a delay on from
600 ms upstream if a reversal of direction is to take place.

Can the motor full bridge also be operated as a half bridge in parallel?

Theoretically already but it is operated outside of our specification -> no guarantee for consequential damage. The control must then be done via C code, since
in the graphic plane the device is not able to drive both half-bridges at the same time. The maximum output power is then about 15 A.

How do I put the module in Sleep_Mode?

About the graphic module "Sleep Mode"