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.
Two to eight axes of position or speed control
Up to four axes of position/pressure control. See Controlling Pressure or Force.
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.
Teach mode. See Teach Mode Overview.
Synchronization of 2-8 axes. See Synchronizing Axes.
Electronic gearing. See Gearing Axes.
Deterministic Event Control. See Event Control.
Speed Control mode. See Speed Control.
Flying cutoff/curve sawing
Pneumatic press rolls
Position, Pressure, Force and Velocity Transducer Interfaces
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.
Control pressure or differential force at 12- or 16-bit resolution
Transition between position and pressure/force while in motion
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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