|ETHERNET Powerlink Systems |
ETHERNET Powerlink is a high-speed, digital motion-bus solution connecting a motion controller to multiple drives and I/O points using standard Ethernet networking hardware. This centralized, real-time communication system for automation and motion control makes Ethernet deterministic for real-time industrial applications. ETHERNET Powerlink systems combine the high performance of centralized motion control with the lower costs of decentralized machine architectures. System design and machine installation times are greatly reduced due to the simplified, inexpensive and readily available Ethernet cables that replace traditional, expensive analog control and feedback cables.
iDrive merges advanced drive and control technologies with the compact design of the 2200 Series by integrating the motor, gearbox and motor controller into a single, space saving package. Dorner has literally redefined the application footprint for small product conveyors.
The groundbreaking iDrive feature is ideal for a variety of packaging and industrial applications where space is tight or additional room is needed around the conveyor.
|Accustep Control Technology|
Integrated with MDrive stepper motor+driver products, revolutionary new AccuStep control technology prevents loss of synchronization due to transient or continued overload, extreme acceleration or deceleration, or excessive slew speed.
Accustep is a hybrid technology between servo controls and step motor controls. It lowers the cost of the control system while preventing uncontrollable stalling in the system.
|DENSO Robotics Library for NI LabVIEW|
The new DENSO Robotics Library for NI LabVIEW makes it easier than ever to program a DENSO robot and integrate it into an automation cell, saving time and development costs. The ImagingLab Robotics Library for DENSO contains a set of easy-to-use graphical functions that let users control and program robots and peripheral devices from within a single LabVIEW module.
The library can be used as a standalone module or along with the LabVIEW Real-Time Module, which allows design and graphical programming of real-time applications.