DVP-15MC

DVP15MC11T is a type of multi-axis motion controller researched and produced by Delta autonomously on basis of CANopen field bus. It complies with CANopen DS301 basic communication protocol and DSP402 motion control protocol. In addition, it also supports standard instruction libraries defined by international organizations for motion control. It brings great convenience to user to learn and develop projects quickly. Maximum 24 axes can be controlled by means of Motion port. The single-axis motion instructions including velocity, position, torque and homing instructions as well as multi-axis instructions such as electronic gear, electronic cam, rotary cut and G code are supported.

 

Features

  • Up to 24 real axes control (virtual axis no.: 1 ~ 32, can't be repetitive with real axis no.) 
  • Built-in motion control instructions (supporting Jerk and BufferMode) and easy to use 
  • Supports encoder axis and virtual axis
  • Single axis motion control instructions: speed, torque, homing, and position setup
  • Application instructions: electronic gear, E-Cam, and rotary cut 
  • G-code: 8 axes linear / arc / helical interpolation
  • Coordinates motion control instruction

 

Specifications

 

  • 1 GHZ high-speed floating point operation 
  • High-precision computing: supports LREAL (Double-precision floating -point format ) 
  • Synchronization time: 4 axes in 2 ms / 8 axes in 4 ms
  • Program capacity: 20 MB 
  • Data capacity: 20 MB
  • 1 CANopen port as host or slave station 
  • 1 CANopen (Motion) communication port for motion control 
  • 16 high-speed inputs / 8 high-speed outputs 
  • 2 incremental encoder interfaces 
  • 1 SSI absolute encoder interface
  • 2 Ethernet ports 
  • 1 SD card slot 
  • 1 RS-232 port and 1 RS-485 port 
  • Extension: 
    • Left-side: Supports up to 8 DVP-S Series modules (master / slave / load cell modules) 
    • Right-side: Compatible with DVP-S Series modules (240 I/O, 8 special modules)

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