Servo drive stepless ISD integrated
Stepless is the technology invented and developed by CMZ for low speed applications.
Through the closed loop control, a stepper synchronous motor can be controlled with modulated current by:
eliminating any problem due to the step loss
reducing the motor temperature.
Compared to the brushless solution, on the same motor size the Stepless technology provides higher torque at low speed. This makes it most suitable for a wide variety of low speed applications.
ISD is our stepless integrated servo drive for decentralized architecture, featuring:
- internal programmability
- CANOpen, PROFIBUS, MODBUS RTU protocols
- usability with all master controllers using CODESYS.
It is available in 3 different models from 4,6 Nm to 12 Nm.
- ISD 1281
- ISD 1271
- ISD 1261
- holding torque Nm
- flange mm
- total lenght mm
20-130 Vdc [Nominal 120 Vdc]
Maximum current internally set (depending on model)
Multiturn absolute encoder
Incremental encoder output (only APD version)
3 x optoisolated PNP digital inputs
2 x differential (+24V or +5V/Line driver) digital inputs (used as general purpose, encoder input or step-dir input)
1 x analogue IN +/-10V
2 x optoisolated PNP digital outputs 24Vdc max 200mA (external 24Vdc required)
DIGITAL BIDIRECTIONAL I/O
2 x bidirectional optoisolated PNP digital IN/OUT
Step/dir, ±10V with encoder output
Integrated movement features: device profile DS402, interpolated mode, positioning, extended gearing function, homing, capture
Stand alone programmability according to the standard IEC61131, ST language
PC parametrization tool