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*1 or more RJ45 Ethernet cables (see [[SimpleMotion_V2_port|details]] & [[Argon user guide/Mating connectors and accessories|examples]])
 
*1 or more RJ45 Ethernet cables (see [[SimpleMotion_V2_port|details]] & [[Argon user guide/Mating connectors and accessories|examples]])
 
*Regulated 24 VDC power supply, output capability at least 0.5A per motherboard
 
*Regulated 24 VDC power supply, output capability at least 0.5A per motherboard
*Regulated or non-regulated 5-52 VDC power supply for motor power. Output capability depends on motor power draw. If unsure, then a good start is a power supply between 150 to 600 Watts for a multiaxis motherboard. As a reference, a typical 3 axis Nema 23 stepping motor system can be fed with a 150-200 W 48 V power supply. See:
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*Regulated or non-regulated 5-52 VDC power supply for motor power. Output capability depends on motor power draw. If unsure, then a good start is a power supply between 150 to 600 Watts for a multiaxis motherboard. As a reference, a typical 3 axis Nema 23 stepping motor system can be fed with a 150-200 W 48 V power supply.
**[[IONI power supply schemes]]
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**[[Estimating power need of motor drive system]]
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*A [[IONI & IONICUBE user guide/Motor compatibility|IONI compatible motor]]
 
*A [[IONI & IONICUBE user guide/Motor compatibility|IONI compatible motor]]
 
*[[Shielded cable|Shielded power conductors]] as motor power cord. Non-shielded will also work but increase [[Electromagnetic interference|EMI]] and may be source of communication errors.
 
*[[Shielded cable|Shielded power conductors]] as motor power cord. Non-shielded will also work but increase [[Electromagnetic interference|EMI]] and may be source of communication errors.
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*Basic knowledge of servo systems
 
*Basic knowledge of servo systems
 
{{next|[[IONI & IONICUBE user guide/Making the first Granity connection]]}}
 
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