Delta High-Speed Motion Control System is a high speed and real time communication system, capable of controlling up to 12 servo system units within 1ms simultaneously. It can accept double precision floating point values 64-bits wide and provide up to 1,280,000 pulse/rev resolution so the servo system can make accurate calculations and provide operation flexibility. 35 homing modes are provided. 12 servo system units or 4 groups, 3-axis helical and linear interpolation or 6 groups, 2-axis linear and arc interpolation can be implemented synchronously. It also supports absolute commands, incremental commands and T-curve / S-curve velocity profiles, built-in position, speed and torque control modes for different uses. Simply by connecting to servo motors, linear motors, digital inputs and outputs (DI/DO), analog inputs and outputs (AI/AO) and other control devices such as stepping motors and manual pulse generator (MPG), enabling fast and cost-effective communication and control is easy.
Delta High-Speed Motion Control System is the best integrated platform for multi-axis and synchronous motion control in a wide range of machine tools and industrial applications. It is also the ultimate solution that provides effortless wiring, enhanced stability, flexible extension ability and versatile operation for industry upgrading and adding value to the products.
DMCNET is equipped with the high-speed and reliable one-wire DMCNET communication protocol for diverse motion control applications. Adapted depending on customer's needs, Delta's PCI motion control cards are available in three series: the 12-axis PCI-DMC-A02, 6-axis PCI-DMC-F02 with digital I/O interfaces and the PCIDMC-B01 with pulse compare & capture functions. All series are able to connect to multiple servo systems, such as the high performance ASDA-A2-F Series, standard ASDA-B2-F Series, or ASDA-A2R Series. Combined with Delta's linear motors, the series establishes a total motion control solution enabling lower system cost and superior performance to increase end-product value and competitiveness.