Performance Motion Devices’ full line of advanced motion control solutions provides single and multi-axis motion control for Brushless DC, DC Brush, and Step motors. Our motion control ICs, boards, digital amplifiers, and digital drives give our customers a wide range of solutions while providing unparalleled packaging flexibility.
With PMD you have access to a single family of motion control products that have our world leading motion control ICs at their core, and which all speak our powerful and easy-to-use language, C-Motion®. OEMs and engineering teams worldwide rely on our components to build automation and machinery with the highest performance, the highest reliability, and the lowest cost.
~ Satish, Engineering Program Manager, Fremont CA
Step motors are known to be noisy and tend to vibrate when moving. This deep dive explains how you can reduce, and in some cases eliminate, step motor noise & vibration problems.
Juno MC71113, MC73113, and MC78113 ICs integrate a high-speed outer loop control function with a velocity control function for 3-phase Brushless DC and DC Brush motors.
When it comes to step motors, a new drive technique called stepper servo has some engineers believing they have found the holy grail of positioning motion control - the high performance of a servo motor with the low cost of a step motor.
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.
A noisy or chattering servo axis is perhaps the single most common motion problem that engineers encounter when building their motor-based machine. This deep dive focuses on servo motor noise problems and how to solve them.