Download our white papers and technical articles to learn about motion control solutions, components and motor control architectures. Explore your options and develop the best strategy for balancing lab automation and robotics costs, reliability, maintenance, and time-to-market.
The cost savings and flexibility offered by motion networks can be substantial. The key is knowing which solution will work best in your application.
Developer Kits, Pro Motion, Getting Started, Motion Control Techniques
The right motion development tools can help you get to market faster, and stay there. This article provides an overview of setup of our easy-to-implement motion control software. It includes a deep dive into our Pro-Motion developer software tool.
Learn about the significant cost savings that can result from integrating separate motion control functions together. Understand the recent developments in motion ICs that have made new architectures possible.
The question facing the designer is: how do you go about making these improvements? How do you optimize the various motion controller variables such as profile parameters, servo gains, and commutation, to arrive at the best overall machine performance?
Before selecting the best motor, or motors, for your design project, take time to understand what kind of positioning controls and functionality you need. In this article, Motoring to Success, we will look at the issues concerning the selection of the right type of motor controller for positioning control applications. The focus will be on understanding how these motors are controlled, and how the choice of the control techniques affects the system cost.
Common Motion Architecture, Packaging
Get a closer look at packaging automation machines that dispense, seal, and label.
This document describes in detail the setup procedure for initializing commutation on the brushless Navigator and Pilot families of motion processors.
Motion Control Techniques
With positioning motion control applications, one position feedback device has been king of the hill for a long time - the incremental optical encoder with quadrature output. This article will look at other encoder types and the just-as-important subject of data formats that are used to carry and encode position information.
The second part of our regenerative braking and battery regeneration deep-dive uses a theoretical model to prove the existence of steady state regeneration and provides insight into estimating the energy recovered during regenerative conditions of an electric vehicle.
In this two-part piece, we investigate the conditions at which battery regeneration can occur. The emphasis of this article is on regenerative braking and the analysis of a battery powered vehicle operating at a steady state.