CANopen Brushless Servo Amplifiers establish a new benchmark in versatility

The DigiFlex® Performance™ panel and pcb mount servo drives offer full tuning control of all servo loops and are designed for distributed or centralized servo systems. These servo drives utilize CANopen® communication and are commissioned with AMC's user friendly DriveWare® Software via an RS-232 interface.

CANopen is a robust and low cost serial protocol that offers enhanced diagnostic and control capabilities with reasonable bandwidth. Advanced Motion Controls DigiFlex® Performance™ drives follow the CiA DS301 communications profile and the CiA DS402 device profile.


The DigiFlex® Performance™ panel and pcb mount servo drives offer full tuning control of all servo loops and are designed for distributed or centralized servo systems. These servo drives utilize CANopen® communication and are commissioned with AMCs user friendly DriveWare® Software via an RS-232 interface.

AMCs CANopen DigiFlex® Performance™ drives features:

• Standardized object set and device profiles specific to motion control
• Centralized control reduces bus traffic
• 1M bit/sec max speed
• 130 ms message time
• Close to 1 kHz servo drive update rate possible
• Readily available 3rd party peripheral hardware for different platforms


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