Electrohydraulic controls for motion control

Aug. 9, 2012
The HNC100 NC family of electro-hydraulic controls now includes the HNC100-3X, which controls up to four electrohydraulic axes.

The HNC100 NC family of electro-hydraulic controls now includes the HNC100-3X, which controls up to four electrohydraulic axes. Ethernet is used for the first time with Sercos III and Profinet RT, as well as a parameterization interface.

The HNC100-3x control electronics are optimized by means of high-performance hydraulic controller structures and NC commands especially tailored to the hydraulics. The control has digital as well as analog encoder interfaces and up to 11 configurable digital inputs/outputs are provided.

Bosch Rexroth
14001 South Lakes Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28273
(800) 739-7684

© 2012 Penton Media, Inc.

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