CANopen module

  • 12-Feb-2009 08:28 EST
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The CANopen module for JVL Industri Elektronik A/S' MAC, Integrated AC Servomotors offers control and setup, logic I/O for high-speed start/stop, and CANbus/CANopen DS 301. CANopen DSP 402 and DeviceNet are under development. The module can feature integrated cable with watertight connections for use in harsh environments or it can include M12 connectors. The motor's modular design provides versatility for many applications. The MAC motor is a combined AC servomotor and controller and comes in five models: 50, 95, 140, 400, and 750 W. The servomotor, Hall-effect sensors, encoder, and control circuitry are designed to provide a self-contained, integrated unit in which the driver and controller are mounted behind the motor in a sealed housing. System intelligence is thus decentralized by off-loading control functions to the device level, providing advantages for distributed control architectures.
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