ADDI-DATA announces APCI-8008 Intelligent Motion Control Board

ADDI-DATA announces APCI-8008 Intelligent Motion Control Board It can be used for the control and regulation of axes of up to eight servo motors or stepper motors.

ADDI-DATA announces APCI-8008 Intelligent Motion Control Board It can be used for the control and regulation of axes of up to eight servo motors or stepper motors. The APCI-8008 features a PCI bus master which enables a direct access to PC boards without using the CPU of the PC. It has amongst others a stand-alone motion control application with a compiler for programming. Using this, the user can adjust the speed and flexibility of the axes to his requirements.


The APCI-8008 can process incremental encoders, SSI encoders and EnDat 2.2 encoders. The signal output can be effected either through the analog interfaces (±10V) or through EtherCAT. The control can be accessed to via PC (PCI bus) or Ethernet.

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