All zub controls are freely programmable and can be controlled by a superior system (PLC or PC) or operated stand-alone.
All zub controls have available at least a ±10V or a CANopen interface as well as digital and analog inputs. Any servo amplifier and frequency converters can be controlled.
With these features and the fast processing time, they are an ideal choice to position and to synchronize complex systems.
- Flying saws
- Belt synchronization, conveyor belts.
- Coil winding applications
- Printing machines
- X/Y tables
- Electronic gearing
- Pelletizing, packaging
The zub controls handles all of the functions necessary for positioning; the most important therefrom are:
- Configurable homing
- Absolute and relative positioning
- Marken specific positioning
- Programmable speed profiles
- Speed, acceleration ramp, and braking ramp can be altered during motion
With the controls of the MACS series it is possible to precisely synchronize a controlled drive to any guiding axle in terms of speed and angle. The following synchronizing functions are available for this:
- Speed synchronization
- Position / angle synchronization with or without marker correction
- Ratio offset can be altered online
- Any change of operation mode between synchronization, positioning, and speed regulation, even during motion
- Recording of master and slave position, speed, synchronicity errors, etc., even during operation
All of the macro language APOSS control commands are available for the zub controls, for example:
- Extension of inputs and outputs using CANopen modules
- The MACS series assumes CAN master functions as well as CAN slave functions.
- Interrupt functions on inputs, bus bits, bus telegrams, etc.
- Timer function
- Calculation functions, branching, etc.
CAM controls and CAM boxes can be realized with the MACS series. The APOSS-IDE provides for it amongst others:
- Interactive curve editor
- Curve, tangent, trapezoid and 3'rd order points
- Synchronization with slave or master marker correction
All amplifiers with ±10 V or 0 …10 V input or CAN interface can be controlled:
- Frequency converters, e.g. Danfoss, Lenze
- Servo amplifiers for brush and brushless motors