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Multi-axis motion control card 3200-OEM/Nservo-OEM
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multi-axis motion control card
multi-axis motion control card
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Characteristics

Number of axes
multi-axis
Motor type
stepper, brushless
Technology
embedded, PC-based, electronic
Other characteristics
high-performance, programmable
Product applications
OEM

Description

Design Features •Complete motion capabilities include: point-to-point; linear, circular, helical, and spherical interpolation; velocity profiling; electronic gearing; on-the-fly trajectory modification; high speed I/O; camming •1 to 32 axes of scalable, synchronized motion •Utilizes the power of the PC to increase performance and capabilities •Programmable in native RS-274 (G-code), AeroBASIC, C, .NET, or LabVIEW •8 kHz servo update rate for 1 to 32 axes provides consistent performance regardless of axis count •Each axis has up to a three-phase ±10 volt output to drive any amplifier in any mode •CE approved; follows the 2011/65/EU RoHS 2 Directive •Software configurable for brush, brushless, and stepper motor operation OEM Solutions A3200-OEM packages Aerotech’s flagship Automation Machine Controller software with an OEM-style control card for a cost-effective solution in high-volume applications. High Performance 32-Axis Motion, Vision, Robotics, and I/O Platform Aerotech’s ground-breaking motion, vision, robotics, and I/O platform, the Automation 3200, is used in many applications in semiconductor, data storage, medical laser processing, automotive and machine tool industries. The system features a high-performance, software-only controller (Motion Composer) that offers 32 axes of synchronized motion control. It is the successor to Aerotech’s performance-leading and widely utilized UNIDEX 500 and 600 PC-based motion controllers.

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