The controller can communicate with the host computer through an RS-232 or 100 Base-T Ethernet interface. With built-in high level functionality such as position tracking, contouring and teach/playback, programming the controller is greatly simplified.
The motion controller can operate as a stand-alone system through the digital I/O for synchronizing motion with external events. The NSC-3311 utilizes a 32-bit microprocessor to control the trajectory profile, acceleration, velocity, deceleration and program memory with multitasking for simultaneously running up to eight programs.
The NSC-3311 single-axis controller is commanded using virtually any programming language to pass simple ASCII command strings to the controller through the RS-232 or ethernet port. The command set includes conditional statements, event triggers, and math function.
|Advanced PID compensation|
|RS-232 interface (115k baud)|
|Ethernet interface (100 Base-T)|
|4 opto-isolated digital inputs, 4 opto-isolated digital outputs|
|2 analog inputs (0-5 V)|
|PWM; Brushed or Brushless Serve Sine Drive|
|Electrical Requirements: 85 – 264 VAC, 50/60 Hz|
|Operating Temperature: 0°C – 50°C|