Trio Motion: Motion Coordinator

The MC4N-ECAT EtherCAT dedicated controller can handle up to 32 axes of servo or stepper drives and 1024 machine I/O points.

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The unit's built-in expandable library of EtherCAT digital drives and I/O modules allow systems to be automatically detected and configured. Featuring an updated configuration of the 532 MHz ARM 11 processor, the unit includes 64-bit integer position registers for extremely high resolution and precision accuracy, making it suitable for high axis count tightly coordinated machines or robotic applications. It supports multi-axis motion control through linear, circular, helical or spherical interpolation in addition to electronic cams, linked axes, line shaft, gearing functions and more. EtherCAT slave drives and I/O can be connected and run in cyclic synchronous position, speed or torque modes provided these are supported by the drive. Furthermore, optional software modules allow the motion engine to control multiple robotic and kinematic transformations to run simultaneously, enabling the simplified programming of otherwise complex robotic motion systems including Parallel 2-Arm, Delta 3-Arm, Wire Positioning, 6 Axis Anthropomorphic and SCARA geometries. The built-in Ethernet port allows programming and connection of common PLC and HMI protocols, including the new Trio Uniplay HMI, directly to the controller. Versions are available for 2, 4, 8, 16 and 32 motor axes.

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