The controller can communicate with the host computer through an RS-232 or Ethernet interface. It can manage up to four axes and perform coordinated or independent motion of each or all the axes simultaneously. With built-in high level functionality, such as circular and linear interpolation, position tracking, multi-tasking and custom profiling, 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. It 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-G multi-axes 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.
|Voltage Input||100 – 260 VAC 47 – 63 Hz|
|Output Current||3.0A Peak|
|Motor Type||2/4 Phase bipolar stepper|
|Microstep Resolution||Programmable up to 51200 steps per rev. (1.8° motor)|
|Communications||RS-232 up to 19.2kbps, 10 Base-T Ethernet|
|Program and Data Storage||1000 kines x 80 characters
8000 array elements in up to 30 arrays
|Number of I/O||8 (4 input, 4 output)|
|Encoder Feedback||High-Speed Differential Inputs up to 12Mhz|