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The new integrated stepper motors of the MV23 series from JVL in Nema23 flange dimensions have the RS485 interface, as well as optionally via CANopen or an Industrial Ethernet interface and a motion controller programmable in sequence language. Everything that is needed for this is integrated in the motor housing. JVL claims to have used the latest technologies in this development. This should enable, for example, the high microstep resolution of 409,600 steps / revolution. According to the JVL, this results in a high level of smoothness and low noise. For the M12 connector outlets, the customer has the first choice of whether to use them radially or axially outgoing in his application.
The MIS23 motors are available in three different sizes, but manage with two different motor types - three with standard high-torque stepper motors and two versions with ultra-high-torque stepper motors with 40% more torque.
Closed-loop technology combines the advantages of stepper and servo motors
The motors can be operated as a "stand alone" variant or via a control. Eight I / Os should be parameterized individually as digital inputs / outputs or analog inputs. The standard option is to communicate with higher-level systems via Modbus RTU or CANopen. The JVL-MAC protocol, which is also supported, is intended to enable the simple construction of an RS485 network with up to 254 other JVL-integrated motors. The motors offer all common industrial Ethernet standards such as Profinet, EtherCAT, Powerlink, EtherNet / IP, Modbus TCP and SERCOS III as an interface.
In addition, the integrated stepper motors of the MIS23 series are also available with Bluetooth, ZigBee or WLAN for wireless integration into the respective system. The electronics used here are also available individually as SMC66. (sh)
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