Motion control system is low cost and plug and play

Optimal Engineering Systems’ Sonata series is a low cost, plug-and-play, stand-alone solution for motion control applications up to 3 axes.

10/03/2015


Optimal Engineering Systems’ Sonata series is a low cost, plug-and-play, stand-alone solution for motion control applications. Courtesy: OEMOptimal Engineering Systems' Sonata series is a low cost, plug-and-play, stand-alone solution for motion control applications. The systems in this series support up to 3 axes of motion, in any combination of steppers, DC servo and brushless servo motors, and voice coil motors.

Each system includes the power supplies, the motion controller, and the micro-stepper and/or servo motor drivers. The operator interface terminal makes the system stand-alone and allows the operator to interact with the motion controller without needed an additional PC. The system can also be operated using an analog joystick or trackball. Using the 4-line LCD and 32 button keypad, the user can enter motion parameters and select different modes of operation.

Power supply options include: 115 or 230 V ac and 12 V dc to 80 V dc. The power supply will be selected to meet the customer's requirements. The available wattages are 80 W, 160 W, 240 W, 400 W, and 500 W. Options available for these Plug-and-Play systems include motors, encoders, drivers, and cabling.

Optimal Engineering Systems (OEM)

www.oseincorp.com 

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