The cutting-edge ASDA-M-series servo drive redefines the whole concept of the servo system. It is the perfect design combination of motion controller and servo system.
The ASDA-M series succeeds the successful ASDA-A2 series. It offers high resolution, high-frequency response, built-in electronic cam (E-Cam), automatic notch filter, vibration and resonance suppression, full closed loop control, friction compensation and a more flexible position register (PR) control mode. The ASDA-M series also features many robust functions and an advanced design that serves a variety of applications for all types of industrial automation machine.
The ASDA-M series is superior to the typical servo drive. It has 3-axis servo drives in one frame to support real-time data exchange between the three axes with no time delay. It also provides 3-axis synchronous motion control with better performance than comparable servo drives. Users can perform 3-axis linear/arc/helical interpolation functions with ease. The ASDA-M series also features a new gantry-control function for synchronous control that is precisely adapted for the control of rigid mechanical systems. The ASDA-M series is the ideal choice for highly-integrated systems and high-end machines requiring 3-axis synchronous control.
The ASDA-M series design allows three axes to share PN power with output power and regenerated power. Power loss is reduced by changing DC bus voltages without additional communication links. Compared to general servo systems this 3-in-1 design also reduces the input from the grid with the effects of saving energy, reducing cost / benefits and enhancing reliability.
The ASDA-M series can be connected to DMCNET, CANopen and RS-485 communication systems. This enables a more effective integration with various digital input and output extension modules and other automation systems. The ASDA-M series has surpassed the traditional servo system structure and provides a new network concept for real-time and reliable motion control that satisfies the market requirements of industrial automation for a changing world.