Stepper, Servo Motion Control Card from ADLINK

Stepper, Servo Motion Control Card from ADLINK
ADLINK Technology Inc.

The PCI-8174 four-axis stepper and servo motion control card from ADLINK Technology Inc., Irvine, CA, has an onboard DSP with motion ASIC for simplified implementation of time-critical motion sequences. The card can operate as a stand-alone controller by executing all processes in the hardware layer while simultaneously executing a sequence via the motion ASIC. Features include pulse output rates up to 6.55 MHz, software security protection, a card index switch for multiple cards in a system, serial connectivity for multiple axes among multiple cards, and on-the-fly speed and position change while the axis is in motion.

Contact Info

Company: ADLINK Technology Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 800-966-5200
Fax: 408-360-0222

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