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The Difference Between: Centralized and Distributed Motion Control Systems

Nov. 16, 2021
How you interconnect your motion control products in an automated system can make a difference when it comes to installation, operation, and maintenance.

Prior to selecting the right motion control architecture for your application, be sure to understand the pros and cons of each method to determine which one best fits your needs. There are two basic methods for connecting to your factory floor: centralized and distributed control systems.

Download this Difference Between to learn which architecture provides improved visual diagnostics and which can reduce the overall footprint of your system. Typical applications for each will also be discussed.

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