PMD is a core component of FDA-approved equipment in more than half of the world's largest lab automation manufacturers.
We use digital checksum functionality to construct inherently safe interfaces that prevent lab and medical devices from careening out of control in response to invalid or random inputs – a danger that traditional analog amplifier-equipped systems cannot guard against.
~ Satish, Engineering Program Manager , Sunrise Technologies, Fremont, CA
Our new ION/CME N-Series Digital Drives are small, PCB-mountable amplifiers that provide high-performance motion control, network connectivity and amplification.
This paper discusses an advanced control technique called closed loop stepper. This motion control technique is finding wide adoption in a range of cost-sensitive industrial applications.
This design project looks at creating a PCB for a 3-axis gantry controller. One approach uses motion control ICs and the other uses the N-Series ION.
Listen in to hear about the latest advancements in motion control drives, algorithms, and techniques as motion control goes portable and small!