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Delta Tau Geo Brick LV family now available from Heason

30 August 2011

Delta Tau's Geo Brick LV family of packaged 8-axis motion and machine controllers is now available from Heason Technology. The Geo Brick LV and the newly announced 19in rack mount version, the LV-PC, are supplied with eight user configurable 250W drives for linear or rotary brushed and brushless servos, ceramic motors or stepper motors in any mix with feedback interfaces.

A comprehensive selection of fieldbus and communications options, expandable machine I/O and the powerful PMAC multi-axis motion control engine make the Geo Brick LV family suitable for applications where a combination of motor technologies is required such as packaging machines.

The Geo Brick LV's flexibility can also be increased for up to 16-axes of motion control using Delta Tau's fibre optic interface port (MACRO). Higher power third-party servo amplifiers and stepper drives from Heason Technology's manufacturing partners can be accommodated using on-board analogue outputs or with pulse and direction control from digital I/O.

The Geo Brick LV's motion control capability spans simple single axis point to point motion to extremely complex multi-axis motion incorporating forward and inverse kinematics calculations with advanced math capability.

The powerful multi-tasking motion controller includes 64 user PLCs for asynchronous tasking and two high speed PLCs that run at servo cycle speeds for tightly synchronised electronic gearbox applications such as flying shear or time critical monitoring and control.

 


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