The Accelnet amplifier is the smaller "brother" of the Xenus drive and is also a modern digital servodrive especially developed for the use with DC supplies. The Accelnet is dedicated as a replacement of analog DC-drives in central control designs.
The Accelnet drives also have a default CAN interface (CANopen, DSP402 profile), which allows them to be used in new opportunities for automation concepts with distributed intelligence (see also: distributed_control).
- operation at 20 to 180Vac (depending of the model)
- current range 0.7Arms to 8.5 Arms continuous
- 4 different models: panel version (ADP), micro panel version (ACJ), module for PCB mounting (ACM) and micro module for PCB mounting (ACK)
- efficient control by the use of vector control (see also (information vector control ))
- efficient and fast set-up: CME2 software with integrated oscilloscope, auto-tuning and auto-phasing functionality
- easy integration in central control systems: analog (+/-10V) and/or PWM current/velocity/position command
- easy replacement for stepper solutions: step/direction interface for position command
- efficient use as a single drive: powerful Indexer via RS232 interface (also addressable with I/O)
- easy integration in distributed control systems: CANopen (with optional CANopen libraries for C++ (datasheet CML ) and CMO objects for LabView and Visiual Basic ((datasheet CMO ))