JVL has developed a new, unique product in the field of integrated motor control.JVL’s new additions comprise two complete, recently developed, high-capacity MAC Servo Motors with ratings of 400W and 750W. These new products were first revealed at the Danish Herning Tech trade fair this year. The MAC motor consists of a complete servo system, including a high-dynamic AC servo motor, hall-sensor, encoder, power supply, driver and positioning controller, as well as facilities for incorporating various modules such as Profibus, CAN, Nano PLC, etc.
The basic motor offers the following standard features:
• Operating commands from PC/PLC via RS232/422/485
• Pulse/Direction or quadrature inputs for electronic gearing
• A+B encoder output
• Velocity and torque control, either controlled digitally or via ±12bit, ±10V inputs
• Positioning via digital interface
• Software-controlled end-of-travel stops
• Selection of acceleration, maximum velocity, torque, etc.
• 6th-order servo filter
• Sine commutation with 2000 PPR encoder. (8000 pulses/revolution.)
• Alarm and ”in position” outputs
• 3 inputs and 3 outputs for High Speed start/stop and capture applications
• Internal Power Dump
Via the use of expansion modules, the following additional features are offered:
• Profibus DP module, enabling connection to 12Mbit Profibus.
• CANbus/CANOpen module with 6 in/ 2 out for sensors and PLC
• Nano PLC, containing a single controller that can position on the basis of 8 optically isolated inputs. This module can accomplish 80% of positioning applications.
• High-speed serial RS485 interface that enables multi-axis operation so that robotic movements and advanced XYZ operation is possible at high speed. Can additionally interface directly to IEC61131-3 softPLC.
• Expansion modules are available for IP42 (SUB-D) or IP67 (screw or M12 connector).
• Other modules are under development, e.g. for DeviceNet and Ethernet, and USB modules both as Bluetooth and WLAN modules for wireless data transmission. JVL can also supply customised modules that enable these motors to be adapted to almost any task.
Filed Under: Motion control • motor controls, Motors • servo