Onboard floating-point DSP, 4/8 axis pulse-train command up to 6.5MHz
Trajectory cycle time up to 1 KHz
Encoder feedback frequency up to 20 MHz with digital filter design
High speed position latch function via ORG and Index signals
High speed position comparison and trigger output up to 1MHz for auto-optical inspection
32 additional onboard digital I/O channels (16DI & 16DO) save the cost of a full DI/O card
PWM control of laser application, watchdog timer for safety control
Programmable interrupt source control to host PC, support for up to 16 cards in a single system
ADLINK's new AMP-204C/AMP-208C DSP-based 4/8-axis advanced pulse-train motion controllers incorporate up-to-date floating-point DSP and FPGA technology, enabling high pulse output and encoder input frequency up to 6.5 MHz and 20 MHz respectively. Leveraging ADLINK' s Softmotion technology, the AMP-204C/AMP-208C offer impressive comprehensive and application-oriented motion functionality to reduce development time while maintaining superior throughput and accuracy. Superior synchronous motion control performance combines with point-table function integrating multi-dimensional interpolation, such as 3D linear/circular/spiral interpolation with enhanced trajectory and velocity planning, for contouring applications in semiconductor, display and conventional manufacturing industries. The AMP-204C/AMP-208C also support PWM control with three different control modes for frequency or duty cycle, benefiting laser engraving/marking/cutting applications. Moreover, hardware-based position comparison and trigger output are applicable in AOI applications.
Easy-to-use Graphic User Interface "MotionCreatorPro 2" is a Windows-based application development software package included with the AMP-204C/AMP-208C. More applicable time-domain and frequency-domain diagnostic tools are integrated into this utility for Auto-Tuning, Frequency Response Analysis, motion & I/O data sampling. Setup Wizard shortens the system installation & evaluation time and allows monitoring of onboard DSP & I/O consumption via a system diagnostic page. Powerful sampling page and graphic tools deliver real-time motion and I/O status and conduct further motion flow analysis.