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  • National Instruments Corp.

    National Instruments Corp.'s line of multi-axis motion controllers includes high performance stepper/servo controllers. position command controllers, low-cost stepper controllers, and mid-range stepper/servo controllers. Depending on type, these motion controllers are available with 2 axis, 4 axis, 6 axis, or 8 axis.

  • Trust Automation

    Trust Automation designs 2-axis and 4-axis stand alone motion controllers that are 24V DC powered, and feature a USB2.0 interface for diagnostics and setup. The controllers provide brushed, brushless, or stepper control with feedback.


  • Autonics USA

    Autonics is a supplier of automation products such as sensors and controls. Motion controllers offered include 1 and 2 axis programmable motion controllers 12 control command and 64 steps of operation, joystick operation of x and y stage, maximum 4MHz high speed operation and parallel I/O terminal connection on PLC as well as scan, continuous, index and program operation modes.

  • Elmo Motion Control, Inc.

    Elmo Motion Controls offers Lion multi-axis motion controllers capable of operating in extreme environmental conditions, and Maestro multi-axis machine controller for industrial applications. Both products can control up to 100 axes simultaneously. The Lion controllers feature a temperature range of -50 to 100C.

  • Griffin Motion LLC

    Griffin Motion LLC designs and manufactures two series of multi-axis motion controllers that feature up to 3 axis of motion. The compact controllers feature 12V to 40V operation, microstepping to 1/256 step, stand alone operation, and an integrated Z axis brake driver. The controllers are designed to control brush and brushless servo motor driven stages with peak current requirement of 2A or 5A per axis.

  • Varedan Technologies

    Varedan Technologies designs low-cost motion control board systems with 4 to 32 axes of control, and 4 axes of simultaneous motion. These systems are designed for handling the PC interface and command output. The company also offers a motion controller for open and closed-loop servo and stepper applications. The controllers come with 4 or 8 axes of motion and channels that feature a high speed DSP for high throughput and positioning.

  • PMC Corporation

    Precision MicroControl manufactures DCX-PCI motion controller with up to 8 or 16 axes, along with MultiFlex motion controllers available as PCI-bus or Ethernet models. The MultiFlex controllers provide high performance servo and stepper motor control, and feature up to 4, 8, or 12 total axes.

  • Nippon Pulse America

    Nippon Pulse America offers board level 4-axis motion controllers, along with chip level 2-axis and 4-axis motion controllers that feature maximum output frequencies of 400 k pps, 6.5M pps, and 9.8M pps. The board level controllers are available as PC/104 bus or PCI-bus types.

  • Baldor

    Baldor designs and manufactures NextMove e100 multi axis motion controllers capable of performing interpolation on 8, 12 or 16 axes. The controllers can connect more than 200 Ethernet Powerlink devices including drives, I/O and encoders.

  • Click Automation

    Click Automation distributes multi-axis motion controllers manufactured by Logosol Inc. and Galil Motion Control. The Galil motion controllers are available in a number of formats including ISA, PCI, VME, PC/104 cards, along with box-level controllers with RS232, USB, and Ethernet connectivity.

  • Adept Technology, Inc.

    Adept Technology's SmartMotion controller is available with up to 24 axes per system. The controllers provide motion control capabilities for industrial robots, third party mechanisms, feeders, and servo-controlled conveyors.

  • Delta Computer Systems, Inc.

    Delta Computer Systems designs multi-axis motion controllers available with 2 to 8 axes,. The controllers provide closed-loop position, velocity, pressure, force, and position pressure control for electric, hydraulic and pneumatic applications.

  • Aerotech, Inc.

    Aerotech Inc. designs and manufactures stand alone, multi-axis motion controllers that provide up to 10 axes of coordinated motion. With the ability to be controlled by a single PC via Ethernet or USB, the controllers can drive linear or rotary brushless, DC brush servo, or micro-stepping motors.

  • GE Intelligent Platforms

    GE Intelligent Platforms designs PACMotion multi axis motion controllers for high speed motion applications. The motion controllers are available with up to 8 axes and can be configured for synchronous or time-delayed start.

  • Yaskawa Electric America

    Yaskawa Electric America develops multi-axis motion controllers. The MP2000iec series of stand alone controllers are available in 4, 8, and 16 axes, and feature Ethernet and Mechatrolink-ll network connections - with 1 or 3 open slots for local I/O modules. The company's MP2000 series of controllers feature up to 48 or 256 maximum axes, and up to 3 or 9 open slots per rack.

  • Technosoft

    Technosoft's TMC-3D multi-axis motion controllers can generate a 3-dimensional path, and feature 8-axes motion with integrated digital servo amplifier for one axis. The controllers feature output current of 8 A continuous and 16.5 A peak output.