Motion Control 4.0
Decentralized supply module with motion control
Place motion control functions at the spot where they are needed. With this idea AMK established the basis for modular machines that are truly free of control cabinets. The decentralized iSA has a three-phase power connection and provides both a DC bus supply for servo drives and an integrated 24 V supply and control intelligence including motion control. The compact design of the iSA is completed by a lean real-time Linux operating system.
The real-time capability of the system is ensured via EtherCAT. With cross-communication in master-slave operation, the controller can also be used in combination with other controllers as a gateway for Ethernet/IP and Profibus.
The iSA decentralized controller is ideal for modular machine construction because subsystems only have to be connected to the three-phase power and incorporated in the control system via the real-time Ethernet interface. The water-proof controller in IP65 provides for flexible construction.
AMK Holding GmbH & Co. KG
The AMK Group, a family-owned company with headquarters in Kirchheim/Teck, Germany, has been one of the market and technology leaders in the electric drive technology, control technology, industrial automation engineering, and automotive areas for more than five decades.
Leading technology results from know-how and passion. Whether servo motors, intelligent servo converters, PLC controls, or e powertrain solutions for the automotive industry - the innovations developed in Kirchheim/Teck are ensuring technical advancements in numerous industry sectors.
The know-how and passion of our over 900 employees worldwide set the machines, systems, and automobiles of our customers in motion. Day after day.
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