Posts Tagged 'Automation'

Closed-Loop Stepper Motor Performance Gains

A New White Paper from Galil Motion Control

Galil White Paper PicModern motion controllers can include the ability to run stepper motors with encoder feedback, resulting in true closed-loop motion control. This mode of motor control is very similar to standard three-phase brushless servo motor control, where the three phases are offset 120 electrical degrees. With steppers, the motor has two phases offset by 90 electrical degrees. The benefits of closed-loop control with stepper motors include greatly improved velocity smoothness and reduced power consumption compared to open-loop steppers and much higher torque at low velocity compared with traditional three-phase brushless servo motors…

Click on the link below to download this complete White Paper.

http://www.electromate.com/db_support/downloads/GalilArticleForSmoothMotion.pdf

Click on the link below for information on Galil’s Motion Controller Family-

Galil’s Motion Controller Family

For more information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone:   877-737-8698
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www.electromate.com

Optimized System Design using Dynamic Drives

There are two basic requirements that state-of-the-art machines, systems and devices must meet in order to succeed in the market: an extensive range of functions and high reliability.  Dramatically improve the throughput and performance of machines as well as the quality of the goods produced by these machines using highly dynamic DC motors and dynamic positioning control technology.   Click on this link to read the complete white paper.

 

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone:   877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax:       877-737-8699
www.electromate.com

 

Tags:  maxon, maxon motor, maxon DC motor, Electromate, servo motor, BLDC motor, brushless motor, flat motor, pancake motor, automation, electric motor, motion control, maxpos, automation, motion control, motion controller

maxon presents new High Torque DC brushless motors

For applications demanding very high torque, drive specialist maxon motor is now launching its EC-i 40 DC brushless motor in a High Torque version.  The iron-core internal rotor drive is available with a diameter of 40 mm and delivers up to 234 mNm of torque.

maxon's new EC-i 40 DC brushless high torque motor

maxon’s new EC-i 40 DC brushless high torque motor

When it comes to powerful movements, maxon delivers with its EC-i 40 High Torque series of DC motors.  The Swiss drive specialist presents three powerful iron-core internal rotor drives.  The drives have a diameter of 40 mm and are equipped with an innovative rotor.  They feature high dynamics, a low cogging torque, and extremely high output torque.  The strongest motor in this series offers a maximum nominal torque of 234 mNm and is 56 millimeters in length.  It exceeds the performance of its precursor model by up to 70 percent.

Especially suitable for robotics

The three new brushless DC motors are cost-effective and ideally suited for applications in robotics, prosthetics, and industrial automation.  The compact design offers a great solution in applications with extreme space constraints.  When needed, the EC-i 40 High Torque motors can be combined with maxon gearheads, servo controllers, or position controllers.  The EC-i 40 series is easily configured and available in our online shop. Shop.maxonmotor.com

Additional information and technical data is available by contacting maxon at sales@electromate.com.

For more on maxon, visit http://www.electromate.com/products/?partner=1072297493 .

Tags:  maxon, maxon motors, Electromate, EC-I 40, BLDC motor, brushless motor, servo motor, automation, DC motor

Servo Solutions for Mobile Automation Challenges. On-Demand Webinar

YouTube Video-  57minutes

With automation expanding out of the factory, machine builders are faced with a varying set of new challenges. Mobile platforms, such as unmanned systems, are expected to operate in extreme environments and carry their own power source; all while being light weight and compact.

To meet the current and future needs of the market, enabling technologies need to be applied and discovered. At the forefront of the enabling technologies are servo drive controllers.

Servo controllers not only make a robot or mobile platform move, they can also be solutions to the other design requirements. A servo is an integral component to any mobile solution and can help with power efficiency, communication, agility and dexterity. This webinar will touch on the challenges presented to robot designers and how servo drives can make them successful.

Webinar Presenter: Shane Beilke, Advanced Motion Controls: Executive Team – Product Strategy

Click on the link below to view this webinar.

Tags:  AMC, Advanced Motion Controls, Mobile Automation, Bots, Mobile Robotics, Servo Controllers, Automation, Motion Control, Mobile Systems

The Key Components Behind the Robots

DesignNews On Demand Webinar –Duration: 60-minutes

Click on the link below to view this webinar
https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/EventLobbyServlet?target=registration.jsp&eventid=758901&sessionid=1&key=D0615F747207CCE3C168B9A27CB34ABF&sourcepage=register

About the webinar

What’s behind every great robot? A great motor or even multiple motors, for starters. It also involves the bearings, cables, drives, and controllers, and in some cases, linear actuators. Whether your robot is being deployed on a factory floor, in an operating room, or in one of the now-famous drones, it’s these technologies that serve as the differentiators. In fact, robotics can be in applications that range from the very coarse to the very fine. For that reason, the types of motors and other components must also vary widely.

Attend this webinar and learn about:

  • The different components that are available, specifically for robotics applications
  • How the components differ
  • How you can choose the most appropriate parts for your robotic application
  • The efficiencies that can be gained by making the right choice

Speakers

John Payne
Vice President of Motion
Yaskawa America Inc.

Chad Henry
North American Sales Manager
Staubli Robotics

Moderator

Rob Spiegel
Senior Editor
Design News, UBM Canon

Click on the link below to view this webinar
https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/EventLobbyServlet?target=registration.jsp&eventid=758901&sessionid=1&key=D0615F747207CCE3C168B9A27CB34ABF&sourcepage=register

New Webinar. Servo Solutions For Mobile Automation Challenges

Live Webinar Tuesday April 21, 2015 11:00am EST, presented by Advanced Motion Controls & Electromate

With automation expanding out of the factory, machine builders are faced with a varying set of new challenges.  Mobile platforms, such as unmanned systems, are expected to operate in extreme environments and carry their own power source; all while being light weight and compact.

To meet the current and future needs of the market, enabling technologies need to be applied and discovered.  At the forefront of the enabling technologies are servo drive controllers.

Servo controllers not only make a robot or mobile platform move, they can also be solutions to the other design requirements.  A servo is an integral component to any mobile solution and can help with power efficiency, communication, agility and dexterity.  This webinar will touch on the challenges presented to robot designers and how servo drives can make them successful.

Webinar Presenter: Shane Beilke, Advanced Motion Controls: Executive Team – Product Strategy

Register to watch the recorded webinar live or any time after April 21, 2015.

Register Online

 

Tags:  AMC, Electromate, Advanced Motion Controls, Webinar, Mobile Automation, Servo Drive, Servo Amplifier, Servo Controller, robot, mobile platform, servo, automation, motion control

Stepper Motor Primer

Stepper Motors from Electromate

Stepper Motors from Electromate

There are three basic types of step motors: variable reluctance, permanent magnet and hybrid.  A hybrid step motor is a simple low cost means of providing good motion performance.  Step motors are electromechanical devices that work by dividing shaft rotation into discrete distances called steps. Basically, they are brushless motors which include permanent magnet variable reluctance and hybrid types.  Most step motors are hybrids and feature 200 steps per revolution (1.8 degrees). The magnetic structure of the motor is designed to be incremental in nature i.e one pulse to the motor causes the armature to move one complete step.  At power up, a hybrid step motor could rotate up to ±3.6 degrees in either direction due to the rotor having 200 natural detent positions….

Click on the link below to download this complete white paper.

http://www.electromate.com/db_support/downloads/StepperMotorPrimerv2.pdf

For more information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:

Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone:   877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax:       877-737-8699
www.electromate.com

 

Tags:  Step Motor, DC Step Motor, Stepper Motor, BLDC Motor, Automation, Motion Control


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