Maxon Offers Multi-Axis Motherboard
July 15, 2011—Intelligent control applications often call for multi-axis solutions to meet demanding performance requirements. Configuring a control solution in a motherboard/daughterboard array is a convenient and proven method of addressing these types of applications. OEM style daughterboards, like Maxon's EPOS2 36/2 drive/controller, offer flexibility in design but require custom wiring solutions. This process is often too expensive and time consuming for designers who may not have the resources to undertake a complete development, especially with increasingly short proof-of-concept times. The new EPOS2 36/2 motherboards make product development faster and easier, giving the designer either a standalone multi-axis motor controller or one that can be integrated into the final product as a sub board. Starting with 11 nodes connected together via CAN-Open, the unique snap apart construction allows for quick multi-axis customization on a "single" board. Each node mates with an individual EPOS2 36/2 drive/controller and provides connection points. Standard cables are available in stock. Two digital inputs and one digital output are mapped on the board with an additional I/O expansion module as an option. USB and RS232 communication modules are available for users that don't want to use CAN.
The new EPOS2 36/2 motherboards make product development faster and easier.
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