NEW! DSP3000 MFC PRESS CONTROLLER
The DSP3000 controller allows full press parameter setup and control of the complete pressing process internal to the controller (built-in press algorithms). Simply set up the press parameters, use the Input/Output signals to start the pressing process and the system handles the complete press process. Onboard sequencing including control of up to 32 presses from a single I/O connection point. Three controller models cover the full range of the press tool sizes.
As a result of circuit miniaturization reducing the overall size, the back panel mounted controllers save valuable plant floor space and safely allow all electrical connections to be contained within the electrical enclosure.
DIMENSIONS AND APPROXIMATE WEIGHT
- Dimensions(H x D x W) :235mm x 192mm x 95mm
- Weight: MFC-S060-S (2.9Kg), MFC-S120-S: (3.7kg)
DSP1500 SAN4 SERVO PRESS CONTROLLER
Three controller models cover the full range of press sizes. As a result of miniaturized circuit technology, the compact units maintain a maximum width of 123.5mm (largest model) in spite of the built in power source and servo amplifier. All 3 controllers are back panel mountable and feature the following:
MAIN UNIT CONTROLLER
The Main Unit is a complimentary controller device to enhance the DSP1500 capabilities by providing the data communication and sequence control features for single and multiple (up to 31) press applications. The use of the Main Unit reduces valuable engineering, start-up and debug time by allowing full sequencing functionality & press data to be handled independently of an outside controller (PLC). Additionally, all Input / Output functions are assumed by the Main Unit for all connected presses while also allowing use of a multiple of standard Fieldbus Interfaces.
Optional fieldbus capabilities for: Ethernet I/P, Allen Bradley Remote I/O®, DeviceNet®, Interbus-S®, Profibus®, CC-Link® and Modbus Plus® are available eliminating hard wired I/O thus reducing debug & start-up costs. Additionally, Ethernet I/P, CC-Link® & DeviceNet® technologies allow transfer of resultant press data across the same communication link as the I/O.