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Programmable Multi Axis Controller
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Programmable Multi Axis Controller
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There are five hardware versions of PMAC: the PMAC-PC, the PMAC-Lite, the PMAC-VME, the PMAC-STD and the Mini-PMAC. These cards differ from each other in their form factor, the nature of the bus interface, and in the availability of certain I/O ports. - Motorola's Digital Signal Processor (DSP) DSP56k is the CPU for PMAC, and it handles all the calculations for all eight axes. - The registers in PMAC's "DSPGATE" Gate-Array ICs are mapped into the memory space of PMAC's processor. Each DSPGATE contains four consecutively numbered channels; there may be up to 4 DSPGATEs in a PMAC system, for up to 16 channels. - There are two types of servo "DSPGATE" Gate-Array ICs: The PMAC(1) type that only allows the control of analog amplifiers with ±10 Volts command signals and the PMAC2 type that is also capable of digital direct PWM or stepper command signals. - Each PMAC channel provided by a PMAC(1) DSPGATE has one DAC output, one encoder input and four dedicated flag inputs: two end-of-travel limits, one home input and one amplifier fault input.
Modular Rack System
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Modular Rack System
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With a full intrigation the Electronic Modular Systems and full compliment of analog tools for sonic experimentation stuffed into a portable steel enclosure. Two patchable oscillators and our legendary state-variable filter are paired with a perfectly curated set of synthesis components including a dual sub oscillator, dual, chained mixers, a plucky, four stage envelope generator, sample and hold, noise, low frequency oscillator, voltage controlled amplifier, a feature rich MIDI to CV converter, and a pair of utility signal splitters.
Integrated Controller Amplifiers
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Integrated Controller Amplifiers
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The ability to store programs locally and its built-in PLC execution, it is suitable for virtually any kind of automation application. This tried and tested architecture allows for complete machine motion and logic control. This product has 4 or 8 (optional) axes of analog +/- 10V fltered PWM (12-bit resolution) or pulse and direction outputs as standard. Options are available for dual true-DAC analog outputs at 18-bit resolution or Direct-PWM with current loop. Feedback with quadrature incremental encoders is standard. Options for sinusoidal, resolver or serial encoders are available.
MACRO Ring Products
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MACRO Ring Products
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The Brick Motion Controller provides a standard I/O capability of 16 inputs and 8 outputs at 12-24 volts fully protected and isolated with separate commons for each bank of 8 inputs. Outputs are rated for 1 ampere each and are thermal-fuse protected. Outputs can be current sinking or sourcing depending on use of common emitter or common collector connections.
Amplifiers
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Amplifiers
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It is meant to raise the power level of the input signal. In order to get large power at the output, it is necessary that the input-signal voltage is large. That is why, in an electronic system, a voltage amplifier always precedes the power amplifier, also, that is why power amplifiers are called large-signal amplifiers.
CNC Solution
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CNC Solution
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Early machine tools were designed so that the operator was standing in front of the machine while operating the controls. This design is no longer necessary, since in CNC the operator no longer controls the machine tool movements. On conventional machine tools, only about 20 percent of the time was spent removing material. With the addition of electronic controls, actual time spent removing metal has increased to 80 percent and even higher. It has also reduced the amount of time required to bring the cutting tool into each machining position.
Electrical And Electronics Accessories
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Electrical And Electronics Accessories
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Electrical and Electronics Accessories Components and products used in electrical or electronics circuits. Circuit protection devices are used to protect electronic components from unwanted transients such as current and voltage surges, electrostatic discharge (ESD), lightning, spikes and other signals that can imperil the operation or damage the component. Connectors Components used to conduct and transfer signals (electrical, optical, rf, etc.) or power from one cable to another. Electric Motors All types of electric motors, including AC, DC, servo, stepper, induction, hydraulic, pneumatic motors. Electrical Distribution and Protection Equipment used to distribute power and protect other equipments and systems from current or voltage surges. Enclosures Used for enclosing or containing electrical, electronic, or mechanical components, or to provide protection for their operators.