Compact PLC FP-XH
digital input8-I16-I

compact PLC
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digital input, 8-I, 16-I, 8-O, 16-O
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motion control


Motion control unit and programmable controller combined in one device: The FP-XH can control up to eight axes without additional units and is equipped for high-end applications thanks to the real-time bus. The PLC can be easily and quickly integrated into a system with Panasonic servo drives without the need for additional hardware. The FP-XH with its high-precision servo drive system is already being used successfully in the manufacture of electronic components as well as in the packaging industry or the processing of food. Overview • All-in-one solution / no additional units required • The new FP-XH combines a compact and durable PLC with a motion controller. The all-in-one controller comprises 16 digital inputs/outputs and 4 high-speed-counter channels. This means the FP-XH does not require any additional units to control 8 axes. • High-speed processing thanks to fast CPU and RTEX communication • The CPU processes programs ultra fast: up to 7k steps, processing a basic instruction takes 0.04μs per step and 0.22μs per step for high-level instructions. Above 7k steps, processing a basic instruction takes 0.7μs per step and 1.73μs per step for high-level instructions. The command update cycle for RTEX communication is 1.0ms for 8 axes. • Expandable to 256 inputs/outputs with FP-X expansion units and to 384 inputs/outputs with FP0R expansion units • The CPU has 16 digital inputs/outputs and in addition is equipped with 4 high-speed inputs. The I/O number can be expanded up to 384 I/O with the FP0R and FP-X expansion units. • Shared memory


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