Servo amplifier

  • 09-Feb-2010 10:57 EST

Sanyo Denki America’s SANMOTION R ac servo amplifier features a high-speed EtherCAT interface that enables 100-Mbps communication and increased motion control speeds. Multifunctional software, which includes a motion simulation function, enhances the amplifier’s performance and aids in application development. The simulation runs the same codes as the device, allowing the amplifier to go directly from simulation to live usage without reprogramming. The device does not require an interface board or any additional hardware; only software modifications are necessary with application changes.

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