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Analog Positioning using a Q Program

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May
13
by Glenn Johnson

Applied Motion drives offer a variety of control modes, each with its own niche application. Most are intuitive and easily applied: pulse & direction, velocity, streaming commands (SCL). But sometimes these simple approaches don’t quite offer the elusive “perfect” solution. Analog positioning is one such application.

Ethernet Family of Products

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Apr
28
by Jeff Kordik

If you’ve been visiting our website recently or receiving our latest newsletters, you probably know that we’ve been introducing stepper motor and servo motor drives with Ethernet communication. Below is a summary of the full offering to date.

Introducing STM24 Integrated Steppers

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Mar
24
by Jeff Kordik

Applied Motion Products is proud to introduce the STM24 drive+motor. The STM24 integrates a size 24 step motor, microstepping drive and controller into a single device with a NEMA 23 mount, offering savings on space, wiring and cost over conventional motor and drive solutions. The STM24 complements Applied Motion’s popular STM17 and STM23 drive+motor family.

CANopen Family of Products

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Feb
07
by Eric Rice

Applied Motion Products offers a range of stepper and servo products with built-in CANopen communications. CANopen is a standardized communication protocol for use in distributed automation control systems. It is a popular fieldbus option for applications that require the transmission of time-critical data to and from the devices on the network.

SV7 Servo Drive with Ethernet

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Jan
31
by Jeff Kordik

Applied Motion Products is pleased to announce the availability of an Ethernet communication option for our popular SV7 servo drive. This option allows applications to communicate using the SCL and Q languages over standard 100 Mbit Ethernet cabling, addressing and protocols.

The SV7 is a servo controller in a compact, cost-effective package. This DC input drive is loaded with features and options to make it a great choice for many OEM applications. SV7 drives can be controlled via analog signal or step and direction inputs. Alternatively, they can be programmed to act as stand-alone units with the power of Q programmer or the simplicity of the Si software.

Introducing STAC5 Stepper Drives

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Dec
31
by Jeff Kordik

Applied Motion Products is pleased to introduce the STAC5 step motor driver. The STAC5 provides up to 5 amps per phase from a high bus voltage with sophisticated current control, delivering high torque over a board range of speeds. An advanced anti-resonance algorithm with electronic damping allows for maximum torque utilization and fast settling times.

The STAC5 is available in 120VAC and 220VAC versions, both housed in a compact package.

Meet the STM Family

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Nov
05
by Jeff Kordik

The STM17 joins the STM23 and STM24 as the newest member of the STM drive+motor family.

Each STM integrates a NEMA step motor, microstepping drive and controller into a single device, offering savings on space, wiring and cost over conventional motor and drive solutions.

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