Motion controllers use DSPs With a 32-bit digital-signal processor (DSP) providing servo rates to

Motion controllers use DSPs With a 32-bit digital-signal processor (DSP) providing servo rates to 80 kHz and as many as 16 axes of servo or stepper control, the XMP Series of motion controllers serve vision applications by supporting feedback devices such as encoders, linear- displacement transducers, and interferometers. Position capture and compare can be performed simultaneously, providing an interface to machine-vision systems. The controllers can work with the PCI, CompactPCI, and VME buse

Motion controllers use DSPs With a 32-bit digital-signal processor (DSP) providing servo rates to 80 kHz and as many as 16 axes of servo or stepper control, the XMP Series of motion controllers serve vision applications by supporting feedback devices such as encoders, linear- displacement transducers, and interferometers. Position capture and compare can be performed simultaneously, providing an interface to machine-vision systems. The controllers can work with the PCI, CompactPCI, and VME buses, and prices start at $2495. Motion Engineering, 33 South La Patera Lane, Santa Barbara, CA 93117; (805) 681-3300; (805) 681-3311.

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