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The servo positioning controller DIS-2 310 / 2FB of Groschopp infinitely variable speed, torque and position. It is used for positioning tasks and in actuators in all mechanical engineering sectors. The controller has been developed for decentralized drive solutions based on open concepts for fieldbus, motor and encoder. It is housed in a five-sided closed, compact metal housing, which is mounted directly on the motor or with an adapter plate. This housing is EMC-optimized and is standard implemented in IP 54; Depending on the mounting and the seals used, IP 67 can be used.

The servo drive realizes extensive functions. It allows jerk-free or temporally optimized positioning optionally relative to a reference point or absolutely. Due to the high-quality sensor technology, the decentralized intelligent drive electronics have a high control quality. If reference trips are desired, there are many possibilities for this. In a point-to-point positioning movement is possible with and without blending. The compact DIS-2 310 / 2 FB module consists on the one hand of a power section that is supplied with 230 VAC and on the other hand of a control section with separate 24 VDC supply. At the motor connection, the synchronous machine feeds it with a pulse-width-modulated, symmetrical, 3-phase rotating field with variable frequency, current and voltage.

Due to the modular design, fieldbus interfaces for CAN, Profibus or Ether CAT are available for communication to higher-level systems. To connect to the controller either a bus or an I / O station is used. The digital I / O interface also synchronizes. To comply with the EMC regulations, appropriate filters for the 24 V supply as well as for the inputs and outputs in the device have been taken into account.

Via an additional RS232 interface, the configuration program "Servo Commander" allows configuration and commissioning to be carried out quickly and easily via a PC. Even simple positioning sequences can be created independently of digital inputs or in conjunction with them. To evaluate the different rotary encoders, universal encoders such as resolvers, Hall sensors, incremental encoders, single-turn and multi-turn absolute encoders with Hiperface have already been integrated.

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