Programmable motion controller for compact applications

Schneider Electric Motion USA's Lexium Motion Module (LMM) is a compact, programmable motion controller and is designed for applications where size constraints are an issue.

04/17/2016


Schneider Electric Motion USA's Lexium Motion Module (LMM) is a compact, programmable motion controller and is designed for applications where size constraints are an issue. Courtesy: Schneider Electric Motion USASchneider Electric Motion USA's Lexium Motion Module (LMM) is a compact, programmable motion controller and is designed for applications where size constraints are an issue. Lexium Motion Modules are programmed via MCode, also used in MDrive products and can validate motion with a turning motor shaft. Motion system design can also be accelerated using 1-axis or 4-axis development boards. Boards include isolated I/O, locking pluggable connectors and serial RS-422/485 programmable motion or CANopen. A serial communication cable with mating DB9 connector is available for plug-and-play USB interface. Motors, accessories and starter kits are available to support LMM applications. Motors in NEMA sizes 8 (20mm), 11 (28mm), 14 (36mm) and 17 (42mm), pair well with 1.5 Amp LMM units.

Schneider Electric Motion USA

www.motion.schneider-electric.com 

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