Motion Control • Controllers • Servo Motion Controllers

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  • Pro-Dex, Inc.

    Pro-Dex, Inc. offers a variety of servo motion controllers, including: USB, Serial, PCI Bus, PC/104, and Ethernet. MAXnet 5-axis motion controllers have the following features: step pulses ranging from 0 to 4,194,303 steps per second, an RS232 baud rate ranging from 9600 to 115.2 K, a small 4" x 6.5" form factor, an additional 8 user-definable I/O, and an update rate of 122μs on all 5 axes. These controllers can be used for stepper system, step system, and 16-bit analog servo output applications.

  • Galil Motion Control

    Galil Motion Control offers a variety of servo motion controllers, including: Single Axis, Econo, and Accelera Series. CDS-3310 Ethernet/RS232 1-axis motion controllers and drives have the following features: feedback acceptance up to 12 MHz, 8-10 TTL uncommitted I/O, 24V brake drive outputs, connections up to 8 CDS-3310, a 32-bit microcomputer, 500W PWM drives, etc. Modes of motion include: ECAM, electronic gearing, contouring, point-to-point positioning, jogging, etc.

  • National Instruments Corp.

    National Instruments Corp. offers MidRange and High-Performance servo/stepper motion controllers. High-Performance motion controllers have the following features: 8 individually configurable axes, 8 general-purpose analog inputs, a closed-loop control, motion command processing, automation systems control, event-driven multitasking control, etc. These controllers have applications for piezoelectric control, hydraulic control, and motor control.

  • Elmo Motion Control, Inc.

    Elmo Motion Control, Inc. offers Gold Maestro servo and Gold Lion military servo motion controllers. These motion controllers have the following features: network-based, multi-axis, increased network efficiency, reduced implementation time, standard protocols, a PLCopen motion interface, a rich feature set, industrial applications, can operate in extreme environmental conditions, etc.

  • Trust Automation

    Trust Automation offers standalone servo motion controllers. TA600 standalone servo/stepper motion controllers have 4 high speed position capture inputs, 24V DC power, interpolated moves, and 8-14 digital I/O. Additional features include: four servo control axes, ±10V DC analog feedback, dual DAC's per axis, open loops, application specific parameters, positive/negative/home sensors for each axis, etc. These controllers have applications for packaging equipment, material handling systems, and semiconductor processing equipment.

  • Baldor

    Baldor offers NextMove e100 servo motion controllers. These controllers can perform interpolation on 8-16 axes, they can coordinate up to 200 ETHERNET compliment drives, and they can handle many machine control functions. They have multiple versatile programming options, including: embedded 'C', multitasking basic, or supplied ActiveX components. Additional features include: 4V/150 mA relay outputs, 12 uncommitted PNP opto-isolated digital outputs, and an Ethernet hub for ease or wiring.

  • Yaskawa Electric America

    Yaskawa Electric America offers single and multi-axis servo motion controllers. MP2000iec Series multi-axis servo motion controllers have the following features: axes ranging from 1 to 16, modular/stand-alone configurations, built-in analog/digital I/O, two Ethernet ports, a built-in web server, function block/structured text/ladder programming, etc.

  • Adept Technology, Inc.

    Adept Technology, Inc. offers SmartMotion servo motion controllers. These controllers have ±10 VDC analog amplifier drives, a 16-bit signal resolution, and a 32 MHz encoder channel frequency edge rate. Additional features include: 8 kHz servo loop rates, 24 axes per system, a user supplied encoder power, and real time sensory feedback. These controllers are designed for the real-time controlling of high-speed robotic workcells.

  • Aerotech, Inc.

    Aerotech, Inc. offers stand alone servo motion controllers for the following applications: motion simulators, chip packaging/testing, resistor trimming, die bonding, mask alignment, ECM, IMU testing, printing, web, etc. These controllers can get up to 10 axes of coordinated motion, coordinated motion of up to 5 independent tasks, and a wide range of other motion capabilities. They are capable of driving the following motors: linear/rotary brushless, micro-stepping motor, and DC brush servo.

  • GE Intelligent Platforms

    GE Intelligent Platforms offers PACMotion servo motion controllers for high-speed motion applications. These controllers control up to 40 axes in a single rack over, they feature a hybrid distributed control architecture, and 50 built-in motion functions designed to comply with PCLOpen standards. Additional features include: a position loop update occurring every 500 microseconds, a noise immune fiber optic I/O interface, and three high speed interrupts for each PACMotion module.

  • G&L Motion Control

    G&L Motion Control offers servo motion controllers. Stand-alone digital MMC controllers come with the following features: 32 and 64 axis versions, a multi-axis configuration, an Ethernet-based digital motion control network, a drive-resistant control card, stand-alone controls, up to 16 drives, etc.

  • Griffin Motion LLC

    Griffin Motion LLC offers MCA-SV Series servo motion controllers. These compact controllers have a 12V to 40V operation, a standalone operation, integrated Z axis brake control, and a 5 amp peak output per axis. Additional features include: a 5V encoder supply voltage, a 4MHz maximum encoder frequency, and a 1-3 axis.

  • PMC Corporation

    Precision MicroControl (PMC) offers servo motion controllers in a variety of configurations, including: DCX PCI Series, MultiFlex Ethernet Series, and MultiFlex PCI Series. These controllers come in 4, 8, 12, and 16 axes models. Additional features include: modular multi-processor architectures, small motor direct drives, PCI-bus full length cards, 10/100 Ethernet, user I/O ranging from 68 to 88, etc.

  • Varedan Technologies

    Varedan Technologies offers VMC 3000 servo motion controllers with the following operating modes: digital torque, digital frequency-locked, analog torque, analog velocity, and position. These controllers have acceleration speeds to 15,000 RPM, a velocity stability performance of 0.006% at 7,200 RPM, and a maximum heat sink temperature of 70°C. Additional features include: adjustable PID parameters, compatibility with industry standard controllers, dual 16-bit DAC outputs, and 25 MHz of encoder bandwidth.

  • Technosoft

    Technosoft offers TMC 3D servo motion controllers. These controllers can command up to 8 Technosoft drives, generate a 3-dimensional path, and can be programmed using Technosoft motion language. Additional features include: 12-bit PWM at 20 KHz, an 8A continuous output current, axes synchronization among all sides, an analog/digital external reference, CAN-bus up to 1 Mbit/s, etc.