Build All-Ethernet Motion Machinery

April 10, 2007
With the launch of Ethernet Powerlink three-phase AC drives, the vendor now offers all the major motion control functions, including single-phase drives, a motion and machine controller, and development tools.
Together, this range provides machine builders with a versatile control platform that can improve performance substantially, while simultaneously simplifying the control architecture and reducing costs, says the vendor. The introduction of three-phase AC drives means that users can build all-Ethernet systems with the optimum choice of motor technology for each axis, from small to large loads. Rotary and linear versions of brushless servo, and AC vector motors are all software selectable.

Baldor Electric Co.


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