Motion module with CANopen version for tight space applications

Schneider Electric's Lexium Motion Module (LMM) is a programmable motion controller that features a CANopen version and is designed for motion systems with tight space constraints.

07/20/2016


Schneider Electric's Lexium Motion Module (LMM) is a programmable motion controller that features a CANopen version and is designed for motion systems with tight space constraints. Courtesy: Schneider ElectricSchneider Electric's Lexium Motion Module (LMM) is a programmable motion controller that features a CANopen version. The CANopen interface supports CiA DS301 and DSP402. The LMM is designed for motion systems with tight space constraints. To expedite development with the CANopen LMM, a 1-axis development board is available. It includes isolated inputs/outputs (I/O), CAN communications transceivers and locking pluggable connectors. The development board is available alone or as part of a complete starter kit. The starter kit includes a CANopen LMM, 1-axis Development Board, NEMA 17 frame motor with encoder, USB-to-CAN communications converter, and power supply. Complementing the 1.5 A LMM, a selection of motors are available in four standard sizes. Custom motor sizes and styles are also available, as are LMM with alternate power levels and communication platforms. 

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