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  1. Hey people! Move NOW - attend our Motion webinar ★Learn about Servo made Simple: the Unitronics Motion Solution that does the work for you★ ★No motion programming knowledge needed!★ ★It's FREE! ★ The webinar will be held on November 23rd at 10:00 ET | 15:00 GMT Click HERE to register! (Can't make it? Don't worry. We will send a recording to all registrants. ) It's smooth. It's simple. Our Motion Solution includes all the hardware you need - AC Drives, Motors, Cables both standard and robotic – all seamlessly supported by Unitronics’ PLCs, HMIs, & VFDs, and our software. You can enjoy the simplicity of obtaining all components from a single supplier, plus our efficient Ready-Made Motion code - read on to learn more! About Servo Made Simple - Easy to Set Up, Painless to Program Unitronics line of AC Servo drives and motors changes the traditional and complicated approach to Motion Control. Our complete line of AC Servo drives and motors includes a surprisingly simple approach that enables you to implement Motion Control easily, with Ready-Made Motion code, Embedded Diagnostic tools, Automatic communication setup , and more easy-to-use features. The offering includes 1 and 3-phase drives and motors, operating at a wide power range of 50W to 5,000W (0.06-6.7 HP) to suit any machine size, with robust, high-resolution built-in serial encoders (absolute: 23-bit, incremental: 20-bit), IP65. Simplicity translates into solid profit Unitronics innovative approach that brings time-saving benefits to motion control: · No coding needed: Ready-Made Motion code, provided with every purchase, enables Unitronics’ customers to test their completed system; this code can be opened and adapted to other applications via PLCopen standard functions · One software for all project needs: set up and program PLC, HMI, Servo, VFD, and I/O—no need to struggle with multiple software tools to build an application with up to 8 axes · Automatic communication setup: absolutely seamless · Minimal room for error: our software automatically analyzes mechanical properties and recommends safe values for the user application · Diagnostics: our software includes a built-in powerful, high-speed scope to view servo run-time performance · Tune the system: using only one single parameter · Embedded Diagnostic tools: no PC needed. Via an HMI panel – or a virtual HMI screen on their mobile device – users can: - Set motion parameters - Monitor Axis behavior and I/Os - Execute movements, such as Point-to-Point, Jog, and Homing One Integrated Solution for Control & Automation Unitronics’ Motion Control solution includes all the elements required for precise motion control: award-winning PLCs, HMIs panel, VFDs, I/Os, along with broad communication support, including Industry 4.0, and now Servo drives and motors. All products are programmed in the same, easy to use software studio, giving users a complete solution for control and automation from one supplier.
  2. Hello everyone, I have a problem whit pulse train output, I use PTO to control servo drive . On this application i have a two segment of one step. First step have 400 pulses and 1500 velocity. Second segment have 800 pulses and 5000 velocity. The problem is on delay between first and second segment. This delay is acc 0.75 sec. I configured two function block whit above note mentioned parameters. I detected this problem when connected oscilloscope on high speed output on IO card. I need to make application to work continuously without delays . Do you know what is happened ? Could you please help mi to solve a problem? Thank you in advance!
  3. Hi I have Unitronics UMD-00100C-B3 servo drive communication type: CanOpen but I need eds file to use it in plc. I use different brand PLC. I looked at the forum but did not find it. Can you help with this?
  4. Hi, I am reading pulses from a proximity inductive sensor and I want to convert it to rpms. The rpms are being read from a wind turbine shaft and I am getting one pulse per turn of the shaft. I will have max around 120 rpms. The sensor is omron PNP, NO, 3 wire 24V dc. I am trying to measure the time between the rising edge of each pulse (thus each turn) of the proximity sensor but I am not sure how to do this with the timers. Anyone can help?
  6. System Integrator :- Shriram Automation Application: - Auto punching on channels up to 8m. Hydraulic press: - Three press with different punches. Servo motor:- 2 , Pusher and Puller. The pusher and puller motor were use to do indexing of channel. PLC :- US7-B5-TA30 SERVO MOTOR & DRIVE :- UNITRONICS This application is for punching holes on a 8m channel with three different punches. The hole profile of every press varied from job to job. The objective of this machine was to punch all three types of hole on the channel during a single feed to increase production. It only took 40s to punch a 8m long channel. The channel is loaded in the machine and the pusher servo starts pushing the job in the punch die at the same time making indexing movements as per hole distance. All the three press were in a line and after every indexing a press use to punch a hole in the channel depending on the program. Program :- For 3m channel PRESS 1 PRESS 2 PRESS 3 27.0 500.0 100.0 950.0 1000.0 2900.0 1900.0 1500.0 2850.0 2000.0 2500.0 The PLC used for the application was the 7” Unistream , the most powerful and user friendly controller. Advance features of the Unistream were use to build this application and a user friendly interface. The controller automatically calculated the indexing position for the pusher and puller as per the hole distances. Once the pusher reaches its extreme end limit the puller comes into action by pulling out the remaining part of the channel out from the punch die while continuing its indexing for the remaining holes. There were several advantages of using unitronics in this application. The PLC and servo drive used the CANopen communication eliminating the limitations of a PTO. All the drive parameters were accessible from the PLC making it easy to modify them. All in one software was an awesome advantage of using unitronics. PLC , servo drive , HMI screens , VNC server, USB & SD card everything was configured using a single platform. This helped in keeping the track of the program. Advance features of the unistream were used in this application. The punch program was created on a PC . The program file was copied in a USB stick and transferred to the table in the PLC. This feature reduced the down time between job change over. VNC was used to operate the machine from a mobile making it convenient for the operator to start stop the machine from any location. The servo motors were with absolute encoder which did not required doing homing after power failure. The program can be resumed from its last position after power on.
  7. Hi Guys, I have a new project which includes among others, the control of five independent servo motor axis for point to point positioning. I want to use a V1040 PLC and control Delta ASDA A2-M servo drives via CANopen protocol. Has anyone any experience of "talking" to Delta servo's with CANopen by a Unitronics PLC? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
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