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RMC100 Overview

The RMC100 series brings the benefits of modular, high-performance motion control to a wide range of industrial applications. Communications options—ranging from high-speed field buses to discrete I/O—make these controllers an excellent choice for large and small systems. Transducer types can be combined to control any hydraulic, electric, and pneumatic system. Powerful control modes—including position/pressure control, synchronized moves, gearing, splines, and teach mode—provide optimum control for motion applications.

The RMCWin software is used with the RMC100.



  • Isolated power input, drive outputs, discrete and analog I/O, and communications

  • RS232 port for RMCWin and the RMCCOM ActiveX control. See RMCWin Overview.

  • Full PID with velocity and acceleration feed forwards

  • Motion and pressure profiles can be changed on the fly. See Motion Profiles.

  • Gains and Feed Forwards can be changed on the fly

  • 256K Flash memory for field upgrades and parameter storage. See Flash Memory.

  • Trapezoidal, s-curve, and spline profiling

  • Curve Tool for generating cubic splines. See Spline Overview.



  • Presses

  • Injection/RIM/blow molding

  • Packaging equipment

  • Indexing/transfer lines

  • Edgers/headrigs/veneer lathes

  • Pinch rollers/winders/wrappers

  • Casting/forging

  • Palletizers/stackers

  • Flying cutoff/curve sawing

  • Cyclic testing

  • Robotics/animatronics

  • Pneumatic press rolls

  • Tube bending/forming



  • Discrete I/O


Position, Pressure, Force and Velocity Transducer Interfaces

  • Magnetostrictive Transducers (MDT) – Start/Stop and PWM
    See MDT Overview for Start/stop and PWM MDTs.

    See SSI Overview for SSI MDTs.

  • Analog Transducers
    See Analog Overview for analog position, velocity, pressure, or force transducers.

  • Synchronous Serial Interface (SSI) – Absolute encoders and MDTs
    See SSI Overview for all transducers with SSI interfaces.


Pressure/Force Options


RMCLink ActiveX Control and .Net Assembly

Control the RMC from your Visual Basic, Visual C++, Java, or VBA (e.g. Excel) programs. See the RMCLink topic for details.


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