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Motion controllers | Jan 2010

Integrated machine control

MC4U (Motion Control for You) includes the motion controller, drives, power supplies, and high speed PLC in one 9, 11, or 19-in. unit.

Features & benefits

  • Directly drives up to eight highly coordinated axes with network extension capability of 64 additional network nodes for a total of up to 72 axes

  • Integrated universal amplifiers can directly drive any stepper (in open loop or as closed-loop servo with sinusoidal commutation), dc brush or brushless, or ac induction motor (closed-loop servo with sinusoidal commutation) from 100 W to 5 kW with standard digital quadrature or analog sin/cos encoder

ACS Motion Control
(763) 559-7669

Programmable automation controller

The Productivity3000 PAC is a modular, rack-based system of up to 116,000 I/O points with local, expansion, and remote I/O bases and a full line of discrete, analog, and specialty I/O modules.

Features & benefits

  • High-performance P3-550 CPU features 50 Mb of memory, fast scan times, and seven communication ports that support USB, Ethernet, and serial devices

  • Two power supplies available (ac and dc); both provide isolated 24, 5, and 3.3 Vdc to PAC bases; I/O bases are available in 3, 5, 8, and 11-slot models

(800) 633-0405

Comprehensive software package

CX-One version 3.2 software integrates PLC programming with support software for setting up networks, operator interface HMIs, servo systems, inverters, and temperature controllers.

Features & benefits

  • Manages entire projects from sequencing and motion control programs to configuration of field network devices without leaving the operating environment

  • One installation and license number for all software includes free updates and free function block and device libraries, eliminating license registration and software maintenance programs

Omron Electronics LLC
(866) 88-OMRON

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