Available soon from Micromech – Combo Unit R-MOD ET A3H2MA

Introduction

  • RTA - R-MOD ETNew series of stepper motors with integrated ministep bipolar chopper drives; setting by means of EtherCAT interface and based on battery less multi-turn absolute encoder.
  • Compact system housed in a metallic box mounted on motor body, minimizing dimensions and optimizing wiring and mounting easiness.
  • Target: advanced applications with distributed electronics requiring compact dimensions and ensuring perfect integration in complex EtherCAT architectures.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Communication by means of EtherCAT (CoE) interface.
  • Modes of operation: PROFILE POSITION and CSP.
  • Different variety of HOMING operation modes.
  • TOUCH PROBE hardware input.
  • Motor current overboost.
  • Intelligent management of the current profile.
  • Battery less multi-turn absolute encoder

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Range of operating voltage: 24-48 VDC.
  • Protections:
    – Protection against under-voltage and over-voltage.
    – Protection against a short-circuit at motor outputs.
    – Overtemperature protection.
  • Electronic damping facility for further acoustic noise and mechanic vibrations reduction.
  • Command to execute runs with position control to set: distance, direction, speed and acceleration.
  • Command to execute zero research (HOMING).
  • Possibility to detect motor loss of synchronism or stall and position error by means of battery less multi-turn absolute encoder.

For more information on the RTA R-MOD ET or any other products contact Micromech on 01376 333333 or Email sales@micromech.co.uk 

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