Servo Control Systems

Controls & Controllers, Mechanical Power Transmission

Servo Drives compensate for errors in advance.

May 15, 2014

ACOPOS servo drives are available with repetitive control, which improves accuracy of production processes with stationary disturbances by using predictive following error compensation. Embedded in standard speed control loop, repetitive control adjusts torque setpoint to reduce periodic portions in speed or following error. By undergoing constant learning process, algorithm ensures changes to load profile do not have any effect on drive. Read More

Controls & Controllers, Mechanical Power Transmission

Single-Axis Drive/Controller works with electric actuators.

April 2, 2014

Combining servo or stepper drive and controller, ACS (Actuator Control Solution) works with electric actuators to create single-axis linear motion solution for replacing pneumatic cylinders and automating processes. Drives are controlled from PLC or master controller via 24 Vdc digital I/O, 0–10 Vdc or 4–20 mA analog I/O, and Ethernet or Modbus RTU over RS-485. Capable of infinite position capability, servo/controller operates on 10-60 Vdc bus, while stepper drive/controller operates on 24 Vdc. Read More

Controls & Controllers

Motion Controller suits closed loop positioning systems.

March 19, 2013

Equipped with dual-core architecture for servo handling and command interpretation, 4-axis C-884 controls motorized linear translation stages and rotary positioners. High-speed encoder interface allows use of direct-metrology linear and angular scales with resolutions down to nanometer and µrad realm and below. With servo update rate of 20 kHz, digital servo controller supports linear vector motion and point-to-point motion. Communication is via TCP/IP, USB, and RS-232 interfaces. Read More

Controls & Controllers

Four-Quadrant PWM Servo Controller delivers 95% efficiency.

January 17, 2013

Designed for control of brushless DC motors with Hall sensors up to approximately 100 W, ESCON 36/3 EC employs digital current controller and offers drift-free, dynamic speed behavior that enables speed range of 0–150,000 rpm. Range of functions are supported with fully configurable digital and analog inputs and outputs, and operating modes include speed controller (closed and open loop) and current controller. Analog set value can be specified via several means. Read More

Controls & Controllers

Servo Motor Controller operates from 12-48 Vdc input power.

February 19, 2009

CiA DSP 402 CANopen servo motor controller, QCI-D2-IGK, SilverDust IGK is stand alone, single axis controller that includes serial communications (RS-232, RS-485), CANopen and 7 I/O. Features included are 32K non-volatile memory, 100:1 inertial miss-match, PVIA(TM) servo loop, electronic gearing/camming, and multiple thread programming. Product also has built-in voltage clamp, and point to point or profile moves. Read More

Controls & Controllers

Servo Motor Controller is designed for ADAM-5550 series PACs.

December 19, 2008

ADAM-5240 4-axis servo motor control module simplifies stepping and pulse-type servo motor control. Embedded with intelligent novaR MCX314-motion ASIC card that includes various motion control functions, such as 2/3-axis linear interpolation, 2-axis circular interpolation, programmable T/S-curve acceleration/deceleration rate, and position management functions, device performs motion control functions without processor loading during driving. Read More

Controls & Controllers

Motion Control offers ceramic motor specific functionality.

September 9, 2008

Available as single or dual axis control and drive unit, FlexDC Motion Controller is designed for high performance ceramic servo motors and positioning stages. It includes PIV/PID servo control with quadrature or Sin/Cos encoders, providing nanometer-level position control with synchronized I/O. Featuring analog joystick input for manual jogging, unit provides specific ceramic motor algorithms as well as PC based GUI for programming, system tuning, and set-up. Read More

Controls & Controllers

Servo Drive supports up to 6 A of continuous current.

July 28, 2008

Bassoon Servo Drive with Absolute Encoder offers up to 1.9 kW of continuous power and 3.8 kW peak for ac, dc, and linear motors. It integrates position, digital current, and digital velocity loops with auto tuning adjustment capabilities. Unit is available as digital position, velocity, or current mode amplifier, as network drive in distributed motion systems using CANOpen interface, or as standalone motion controller for single axis servo control. Read More