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Enter a few dimensions of your knife and set up epicyclic motion in seconds!
Traverse axis tracks motion of material feed to make cuts "on the fly"
Capture and Compare (Registration)
Set up precise registration corrections with a sensor input, and automatically
correct for inconsistencies and variations.
The example image to the left shows an upstream sensor that is detecting "eyemarks". This
input to the drive is captured with 5µs accuracy and used for comparison with the
future position of the knife. Corrections are made before every cut to ensure precise alignment
(even if the marks are inconsistent).
24-bit Absolute Encoder
16,777,216 Pulses Per Rev (PPR)...
...That's 46,603 pulses for ONE degree!
SureServo2 supports any input resolution you desire (you don't have to supply 16M pulses for control)
Internally, all motion is scaled to this high-resolution so that your application always benefits from this extreme accuracy
Use battery backup to turn the encoder into an absolute encoder
No loss of position, even when power is disconnected to the drive
Ethernet/IP support includes Implicit and/or Explicit messaging. And the software can generate a
custom EDS file to transfer the exact data required between the PLC/controller and servo drive.
Auto Tuning for the real world
The SureServo2 drive closes the loop on current, velocity, and position (depending on control
mode selection). The 3.1 kHz bandwidth in the drive assures precise speed and current control
and easy tuning. Proportional gain, integral gain and compensation, feed forward compensation,
command low pass filter, and five (5) notch filters for resonance suppression are available.
Auto Tuning has been greatly improved and can easily tune System with as much as 60:1 inertia mismatch.
There is an inertia estimation function that analyzes the motor and load to measure how much inertia
is coupled to the motor.
Multiple Tuning Modes
One Touch Auto Tuning - the drive tunes the motor
without any motion (static motor/system analysis)
Normal Auto Tuning - the drive tunes the load while an
external controller or the drive's internal indexer provides point-to-point moves
Assisted Tuning - three modes where the drive tunes the
motor while moving. The user can adjust responsiveness while the drive is analyzing the system.
Manual Tuning - more than 20 parameters are available to give
power users the ultimate flexibility
to tune their systems.