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Friday, March 4, 2011

Single Axis Motion Controller Has Onboard Brushless/Brush Servo Drive

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Galil Motion Control recently released the CDS-3310 single-axis controller and drive system designed to provide high performance and precise control of a single brush or brushless servo motor. According to the company, it combines a programmable motion controller and 500-Watt drive in a single, compact package that eliminates the external wiring between the controller and drive.

The CDS-3310 includes PID compensation with notch filter and velocity/acceleration feedforward, non-volatile program memory with multitasking, uncommitted digital and analog I/O, and advanced modes of motion such as electronic gearing and teach-and-playback. Galil says the product accepts differential encoder inputs up to 12 MHz, and provides dual encoder inputs that are designed to enable it to accommodate electronic gearing or dual-loop applications. 

 Click on the link below for additional information-

CDS-3310 Series Product Information

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