Exsenco, LLC Datasheets for Servo Drives

Servo drives provide electrical drive outputs to servo motors in closed-loop motion control systems where position feedback and corrective signals optimize position and speed accuracy.
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Product Name Notes
Industrial network type (command: analogue or pulse) Adopting Simple Adaptive Control theory High speed servo calculation cycle : 5kHz Several kinds of industrial network are available for IRDM to interface...
Industrial network type (with the function generator) Adopting Simple Adaptive Control theory High speed servo calculation cycle : 5kHz (standard) / 20kHz (option for IRDS-SC) Possible to interface with host...
MELSEC-Q built-in unit type Adopting Simple Adaptive Control theory High speed servo calculation cycle : 5kHz (independent operation, not depending on PLC scan time) Possible to connect GY sensor directly...
Stand-alone type (analogue or pulse command) Adopting Simple Adaptive Control theory Servo calculation cycle : 3kHz Analogue input : 12bit / pulse counter : 5MHz Possible to apply to control...
Stand-alone type (command: analogue or pulse) Adopting Simple Adaptive Control theory High speed servo calculation cycle : 5kHz (standard) / 20kHz (option) Analogue input : 16bit / pulse counter :...
SANTEST's I-SAC Adaptive Servo controllers are a revolutionary line of servo controllers that exceed standard PID controllers completely. They employ adaptive control coupled with DSP based signal processing which make...
SANTEST's I-SAC, the servo controller, is the user friendly intelligent controller which does not need complicated adjustment unlike the classical control which is represented in former PID control. The robust...