Machine-automation controller

Jan. 18, 2012
The NJ-Series machine-automation controller (MAC) combines several specialized controllers —-motion, logic, sequence, vision, operator safety, and RFID tracking — with exacting system synchronization.

The NJ-Series machine-automation controller (MAC) combines several specialized controllers —-motion, logic, sequence, vision, operator safety, and RFID tracking — with exacting system synchronization.

The MAC features Sysmac Studio software that supports programming, configuration, simulation, and monitoring, all accessed by one connection to networks optimized for factory-automation information and real-time machine control for motion, vision, sensors and actuators. A real-time scheduler manages motion, network, and user-application updates in one scan to ensure synchronization. It processes 32 axes and updating in 1 msec.

Designed for speed and flexibility, the MAC uses an Intel processor for harsh industrial environments with fan-free operation, and runs under an RTOS. It is scalable with 16, 32, and 64 axis CPUs.

Omron Industrial Automation
One Commerce Dr.
Schaumburg, IL 60173
(800) 556-6766

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