New 1-Axis Controller with internal 800W sine drive from Galil

It uses a 32-bit RISC processor to provide higher speed than older models. The DMC-30012 features an internal 800-Watt brushless sine drive which minimizes space, cost and wiring



The DMC-30012 Series is Galil's latest generation single-axis motion controller. It uses a 32-bit RISC processor to provide higher speed than older models. The DMC-30012 features an internal 800-Watt brushless sine drive which minimizes space, cost and wiring .The motion controller operates stand-alone or can be networked to a PC via Ethernet. Features include:

• Single-axis motion controller with on-board 800 W brushless sinusoidal servo amplifier; 10 A cont.,15 A peak at 20-80 VDC rated
• Two daisy-chainable Ethernet 100 Base-T ports. One 115kbaud RS232 port
• Ethernet supports multiple masters and slaves. TCP/IP, UDP and Modbus TCP master protocol for communication with I/O devices
• Encoder feedback up to 15 MHz. Quadrature standard; SSI and BiSS encoder option. Main and auxiliary encoder inputs
• Non-volatile memory for programs, variables and arrays
• Concurrent execution of four programs
• Optically isolated forward and reverse limit inputs and homing input 8 uncommitted, isolated inputs and 4 isolated outputs
• High speed position latch and output compare
• 2 uncommitted analog inputs and 1 uncommitted analog output

Information on the DMC-30012 Motion Controller can be viewed at: https://www.servo2go.com/product.php?ID=105334&cat=

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