Motion Control

DSP-based Controllers

DSP-based motion controllers generate voltage commands to control servo motors and brushless DC motors, for enhanced performance, precision, and response times.

 

Over 500K Axes Driven by ADLINK motion control.

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Pulse Train Motion Controllers

Pulse train motion controllers generate high-frequency digital signals to control servo motors and steppers, matching performance and precision positioning of high-performance servo amplifiers.

 

Over 500K Axes Driven by ADLINK motion control.

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Distributed Motion Control & I/Os

ADLINK’s Intelligent Remote Data Acquisition & Control Modules (NuDAM) are designed for data acquisition systems based on PCs and other processor based equipment with standard serial I/O ports (RS-232 or RS-485 with auto direction control).

 

The modules convert input/output signals to engineering units and transmit/receive, in ASCII format, to/from any host computer with an RS-232 or RS-485 port. NuDAM modules are the key components in flexible and cost effective remote data acquisition and control systems.

 

High-performance motion control of up to 256 axes and 2016 I/O control points.
 

 
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Encoder & Trigger

Over 500K Axes Driven by ADLINK motion control.

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EtherCAT Solution

ADLINK EtherCAT solution

High performance, time-deterministic control with flexible, easy development.

 

Currently, automation technologies prefer Ethernet use at the field level, with various approaches promising high bandwidth, low costs, simplified vertical integration, standard component use from office sectors, and minimal configuration and diagnostic efforts, all combined with preferred real-time capability. EtherCAT takes a different route by combining advantages of fieldbus technology with otherwise significant advantages of Ethernet function. Available bandwidth is almost fully utilized and expense reduced to a simple ASIC connection in the EtherCAT device.

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