Extreme Motion Motor Control

June 6, 2008
The PCI-1240U 4-axis stepping/pulse-type servo motor control card is designed for general purpose, extreme motion applications.
The card has a NOVA MCX314-motion ASIC that builds in a variety of motion control functions, such as a 2/3-axis linear interpolation, 2-axis circular interpolation, and T/S-curve acceleration/deceleration rate. Other features include a hand wheel and jog function, up to 4MPPS output for each axis, two pulse output types (CW/CCW or pulse/direction), up to 1MHz encoder input for each axis, two encoder pulse input types (A/B phase and up/down), constant speed control, position management and software limit switch function, and BoardID switch.Advantech Corp., Industrial Automation Groupwww.eAutomationPro.com800.205.7940

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