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  • Hawk Range of Boards

    The Motor Hawk
    (USB control for Bipolar Stepper Motor / Twin DC Motors)

    The Motor Hawk provides full control over a connected stepper motor of the popular 4-phase bi-polar type OR two standard DC motors in both speed and direction. Additional inputs and outputs are also available on the board including some specifically designed to make "limit switch" facilities easily implemented.
    Supplied with Hawkeye software, full reference manual and DLL on disk

    The Switching Hawk.
    (USB control for 28 DC Switching Outputs)
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    The switching hawk is a very useful addition to any control system offering the capability to independently switch up to 28 attached DC devices on and off under program control.
    Supplied with Hawkeye software, full reference manual and DLL on disk.

    The Servo Hawk.
    (USB control for 8 Servos and 7 DC Switching Outputs)
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    Directly and independently control up to 8 standard servos with the Servo Hawk . There are also 7 switching type outputs capable of switching devices up to 30v and 500mA including transient suppression facilities for those inductive devices (such as motors, solenoids and relays).
    Supplied with Hawkeye software, full reference manual and DLL on disk

    The DIY Hawk.
    (USB control for 13 Digital Outputs, 13 Digital Inputs & 4 Analogue Inputs)
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        If you want to "do your own thing" with add on circuits, components or controlled devices then the DIY Hawk can provide the USB interface to the computer.
    Supplied with Hawkeye software, full reference manual and DLL on disk

     

     

     

     

     

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