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Model SiNet Hub444

Indexers & Oscillators

4 Axis Hub for Multi-Axis Applications

Model SiNet Hub444 - Indexers & Oscillators
from $254.00/ea

The SiNet™ Hub 444 allows up to 4 Stepper or Servo Si™ drives to be controlled in host mode from a single PC or PLC's RS-232 serial port or will run in stand-alone mode. Each indexer-drive 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. Connections are made with low cost, reliable telephone cabling. Any of our popular, cost effective programmable Stepper or Servo Si™ drives or Si™ motor controls can be used with the SiNet™ Hub 444. By choosing the power level and features you need for each axis of your application, SiNet™ can provide a cost effective single or multi-axis motion solution.

The SiNet™ Hub 444 is powered by the drive that's connected to port #1, saving you the cost and installation expense of using a separate power supply. Our Si™ Command Language (SCL) allows a host PC or PLC to execute relative, absolute and homing moves, make status inquiries, sample inputs, set outputs, and more. If your application requires a single axis to operate in "host mode", you can connect any of our programmable Si™ drives directly to your PC via the SiNet Hub 444 and invoke the Siâ„¢ Command Language (SCL).

Our SiNet Programmer™ Windows software allows the user to create and store multi-axis motion control programs in the SiNet™ Hub 444 and run them without a PC. Thus allowing the user to create a complex multi-axis motion system controlled from an operator interface or trigger.

Product Availability:
Usually In Stock: Ships in 5-7 Days
(Expedited Airfreight Option Available For Sooner Delivery)

Features of Indexers & Oscillators

  • Networks all Applied Motion Stepper or Servo Si™ products for multi-axis motion applications
  • For real time execution of commands downloaded from a host PC or PLC using Applied Motion's Si Command Language™ (SCL)
  • Programmable for stand alone single or multi-axis operations with Applied Motion's easy to use SiNet Hub Programmer™ Windows software (software and programming cable included)
  • Communication via RS232
  • Four optically isolated programmable inputs
  • Four optically isolated programmable outputs
  • Optional DIN rail mounting

Name/Description 1-4 (US$) 5-9 (US$) 10-24 (US$)
4 Axis Hub for Multi-Axis Applications
SiNet Hub 444
 254.00  254.00  248.00
4 Axis Hub for Multi-Axis Applications w/DIN option
SiNet Hub 444-DIN
 310.00  310.00  303.00
Hub / MMI 7' Cable
3004-190
 10.00  10.00  10.00
 

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 Links to Downloadable Files:
White Paper: Recommended Step Motor & Drive Combinations
Download Size: 42.37 kb
User Manual
Download Size: 160.41 kb
Spec Sheet: SiNet Hub444.pdf
Download Size: 81.69 kb
 External Links to Downloadable Files:
-Complete Catalog
http://www.applied-motion.com/sites/default/files/pdf/2008_Catalog.pdf

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