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Servo drives’ software reduce tracking error

Servotronix Motion Control (STX, Israel) introduced the CDHD – compact servo drive series. The CANopen devices control servo motors and feedback types, as well as I/O requirements. They can be integrated within machine and process applications.

THE CDHD SERIES OPERATES ROTARY AND LINEAR AC servo motors DC motors and supports multiple communication protocols including CANopen. The drive's software makes use of an auto-tuning control function that reduces tracking error and settling time to almost zero, while a current loop design achieves an industry-leading frequency response of up to 3 kHz. An additional feature is an anti-vibration algorithm that compensates mechanical resonance.
The CDHD series comes with Servostudio GUI software, which includes a setup wizard for drive configuration. The drive's current, position and velocity loops can be tuned through Servostudio, and enable control to any electromechanical system.
Also the series include STO (Safe-Torque-Off), 16 bit analog input, fault relay, secondary feedback, encoder simulation and adaptive feed forward feature.
"The compact, state-of-the-art design of the CDHD series offers highest performance capabilities in the smallest power form factor in the market," said Dr. Ilan Cohen, company president. "We believe the CDHD will meet the increasing market demand for superior servo performance combined with seamless integration and simple tuning aimed at the novice user operating the machine." Input voltage can be 120/240 VAC, single or three phase, to 400/480 V three phase.



Publish date
2013-06-19
Company

Servotronix

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