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    Synchronized Axes | Sercos Motion controller LMC101

    For economical automation of small machines, with a maximum of four servo axes.

Tested, Validated, Documented Architectures

TVDAs can help you quickly build an automation solution, from machine design and engineering, to installation and documentation. Reduce the time needed for design, installation, and commissioning with these flexible, functionally validated, ready-to-use architectures.

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The Synchronized Axes Sercos Motion Controller LMC101 architecture allows for economical automation of small machines, with a maximum of four servo axes. Based on PacDrive 3, it's an economical automation solution for applications with a maximum of four servo axes.

Though it’s an entry-level solution for high end motion technology, it offers sophisticated motion features, tools and libraries designed for machines with up to 99 axes.


> Autonomous control systems for motion, PLC logic, and communication

> PacDrive 3 is based upon proven logic motion technology, which unifies PLC, motion, and robotics control functionality on a single hardware platform.

> Sercos drive communication allows the implementation of safe I/O communication using a single, Ethernet-based fieldbus.

> With its centralized system architecture, PacDrive is the ideal solution for controlling a broad range of servo-driven production and material handling equipment and robotics. It uses fully integrated, IEC 61131-3-compliant program structures.