Drive-based motion controller - part of the Ensembly platform
Powerful controller operates side-by-side on a motor drive, eliminating the need for additional hardware
Connects to and synchronises the motion trajectory and I/O of up to 10 drives over the AeroNet digital motion bus
Multiple 10-axis systems can be controlled by a single PC via Ethernet or USB
Delivers productivity and quality through combined motion and process control
Executes real-time application code developed in the Ensembly Motion Composer Suite
Directly programmable through the .NET, C, C++, MATLAB and Lab VIEW libraries
Controller data is acessible to SCADA and MES control ssytems via libraries
Specifications of this product
Axes: 10 axes available
Programming Tasks: 5 tasks available
Position Modes: Absolute, incremental, dynamic trajectory correction
Coordinated Synchronous Motion: Coordinated motion refers to moves that follow a well-defined path in space. Coordinated moves start and stop axes at the same time. They can execute in velocity profiling mode.
Non-Coordinated Synchronous Motion: Non-coordinated motion refers to moves in which axes start at the same time but do not necessarily end at the same time. Each axis moves at its own velocity specified in the command or by axis parameters.
Asynchronous Motion: Asynchronous motion commands cause program execution to continue on to the next program block immediately after the move starts. The controller does not wait for the move to end before continuing to the next command.
Coherent Scientific | Optics Related Equipment
Coherent Scientific was established in 1989 and specialises in the marketing, sale, importation, commissioning and support of lasers, microscopes, nano-instruments and related microscopy and spectroscopic ...