Integrated Controller Amplifiers

Integrated Controller Amplifiers

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The new Brick Motion Controller is an open architecture controller utilizing the intelligence and capability of its embedded Turbo PMAC2. With the ability to store programs locally and its built-in PLC execution, it is suitable for virtually any kind of automation application. This tried and tested architecture allows for complete machine motion and logic control.

This product has 4 or 8 (optional) axes of analog +/- 10V
fltered PWM (12-bit resolution) or pulse and direction outputs as standard. Options are available for dual true-DAC
analog outputs at 18-bit resolution or Direct-PWM with current loop. Feedback with quadrature incremental encoders
is standard. Options for sinusoidal, resolver or serial encoders are available.

• 80 MHz DSP56303 CPU (120 MHz PMAC equivalent) (fast
internal memory for 1st 15 axes servo & commutation)
• 128k x 24 SRAM compiled/assembled program memory
(5C0) (for frmware, compiled PLCs, user-written servo &
• 128k x 24 SRAM user data memory (5C0) (for motion & uncompiled PLC progs, variables, tables, buffers)
• 1M x 8 flash memory for user backup & frmware (5C0)
• Fully confgurable via USB2.0 and Ethernet TCP/IP or RS-
232 port.

 • Fully confgurable via USB2.0 and Ethernet TCP/IP or

RS-232 port.
• Operation – Standalone or PC
• Linear and circular interpolation
• 256 motion program capacity
• 64 asynchronous PLC program capability
• Rotating buffer for large programs
• 36-bit position range (± 64 billion counts)
• Adjustable S-curve acceleration and deceleration
• Set and change parameters in real time
• Torque, Velocity and Position control standard
• Eight thermal-fuse protected outputs (expandable to
16) rated for 0.5A @ 24VDC each (Flexible outputs
allow for sinking or sourcing of current depending on
whether the common emitter or common collector is
used, in banks of eight)
• Primary encoder for each axis with TTL differential/
single-ended inputs with A, B quadrature channels and
C index channel, 10 MHz cycle rate, and digital Halleffect inputs