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SiNet Hub 8 - Multi-Axis Motion Hub

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  • Network Applied Motion stepper and servo products for multi-axis motion applications
  • Programmable for stand-alone single or multi-axis operation with easy-to-use SiNet Hub Programmer™ software
  • Use in router mode for streaming serial commands from a host PC or PLC using Applied Motion’s Serial Command Language™ (SCL)
  • Nine RS-232 ports: 1 for host, 8 for stepper/servo drives
  • Software and programming cable included
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The SiNet™ Hub 8 allows up to eight stepper and servo drives to be connected together to create an RS-232 serial network of drives. The Hub can operate in two controls modes. It can run stored programs created with SiNet Hub Programmer™ software for stand-alone applications. And it can be run as a serial router for streaming serial commands using Serial Command Language (SCL).

Each drive connected to the Hub acquires its unique address from the port to which it is connected. This simple addressing scheme minimizes the cost of the drives, and more importantly, the cost of configuring and/or replacing drives in your system.

Nearly every drive we make with an RS-232 port can be used with the Hub. Visit the stepper drives, integrated steppers, and servo drives pages to find the best drives to use with the Hub. Stepper and servo drives can be mixed and matched in any order on the Hub. By choosing the drive you need for each axis, the Hub can provide a cost effective single or multi-axis motion solution.

The Hub is powered by the drive connected to port #1, saving you the cost and installation expense of using a separate power supply. Commands available with the Hub include relative, absolute and homing moves, I/O control and status, and more.

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