Motion control system

  • 01-May-2009 11:09 EDT
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Animatics’ SM3416DT-PLS2 SmartMotor is a complete, programmable motion control system that is compact, user friendly, and features high continuous and peak output torques. The system includes a servo motor, amplifier, encoder, and motion controller. It delivers as much as 480 oz·in of peak torque while maintaining over 200 oz·in of continuous torque with a maximum speed capability of over 5000 rpm. Other features include high-speed position capture; advanced torque over-shoot braking for added safe stopping of high-moment-of-inertia loads; mode-torque brake for fast, smooth stops during E-stop or other faults; and eight-pole, segmented stator design for higher energy density and enhanced efficiency. The device reaches over 900 W peak power, over 1 hp.
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