It is a VME bus compliant 8-axis pulse control board equipped with two Nippon Pulse Motor PCL6045™ control chips.
The Advme2006 is capable of controlling the speed and the positioning of 8-axis pulse motors and servo motors. It is used for connections to a pulse-input type stepping motor driver or servo motor driver.
Each axis is equipped with an independent general-purpose I/O for connection with various stepping motor drivers and servo motor drivers.
It supports drivers with micro-step control.
Operation modes include: continuous positioning, return to origin, straight-line interpolation and circular interpolation.
Function for controlling S-curve acceleration and deceleration speed can be changed during operation in all modes.
Target position (displacement) can be changed during operation in positioning mode.
It provides also a function for detecting loss of synchronism in stepping motors. It performs also an idling pulse output function.
Other features include: I/O interface function for server motor control, independent status ID and interrupt level setting for each of the four axes, maximum output frequency of 6.5Mpps, straight-line interpolation of 2 to 4 arbitrary axes and circular interpolation of arbitrary axes for axes A to D and axes E to H.
Functions With Each Axis
Each axis has the following four counters:
(1) 28-bit counter for management of the command position
(2) 28-bit counter for management of the machine position
(3) 16-bit counter for management command position and machine position deviation
(4) 28-bit counter for synchronous signal output
Five comparator functions for each axis.