Control Technology Corp. introduces web-enabled controllers with servo and stepper options

Hopkinton, Mass.- Control Technology Corp. (CTC), a leading manufacturer of automation controllers, has released high-performance servo and stepper control modules for its new patented Blue Fusion web-enabled product line.

07/16/2002


Hopkinton, Mass .- Control Technology Corp . (CTC), a leading manufacturer of automation controllers, has released high-performance servo and stepper control modules for its new patented Blue Fusion web-enabled product line.

Intended to more fully integrate the total business enterprise, 5100 Series Blue Fusion controllers support popular IT and Web standards (such as HTTP, XML, SQL, SOAP, and SMTP), while offering integrated I/O features and motion control. These modules reportedly give system engineers greater ability to securely monitor or control motion applications via standard web browsers, cell phones, as well as third-party software applications-for example, customer relationship databases, ERP systems, or quality analysis tools.

Two types of modules

Blue Fusion controllers come in two varieties. Servo modules provide multi-axis control for up to 6

Blue Fusion stepper modules support high-speed microstepping control with step rates of up to 1 MHz and resolution of

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Frank J. Bartos, executive editor
fbartos@reedbusiness.com





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