Wednesday, June 03, 2020 at 2:00 PM EDT
Hosted by Machine Design and Sponsored by Performance Motion Devices (PMD)
Today’s equipment manufacturers are constantly challenged with finding cost-effective ways to deliver high-performance machines but leveraging the advanced motion control that servo motors deliver can come at a cost. Join us on Wednesday, June 3 to learn how to use two design techniques—current, and closed-loop—to achieve advanced motor control. You’ll also hear more about an innovative motion control technique that will achieve servo motor performance at a step motor cost. Take your machine design to the next level of performance.
December 13-17, 2020, Chicago, IL
Meet us in booth #4843 at the 2020 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting. During this event you will have an unparalleled opportunity to connect with global leaders in laboratory medicine and to discover cutting edge technology and vital research in the field.
2020 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo
December 13-17, 2020
McCormick Place Convention Center, Chicago, IL
~ Engineering Program Manager
The MC73112, MC73112N, MC71112, and MC71112N from PMD are new ICs that provide torque control of 3-phase Brushless DC and DC Brush motors with advanced features such as FOC, shunt regulation, PWM signal generation, and more.
In addition to providing smoother motion, S-curve motion profiles improve point to point transfer speeds by letting you tune the profile to the load. Learn how to achieve smoother motion using S-curve profiles which a vital tool for improving point to point transfer speeds.
Here we look at four important trends in motion control technology for applications involving medical and laboratory equipment. Underlying all four trends are rapid and radical changes in the cost of computing power and amplifier electronics.