Tags: servos

  • September 06, 2012
    Motion control follows conventional algorithms that take each transitional point as a tuple in the Cartesian space. Basically, each motion point is handled as X and Y coordinates; a hardware example could be an X-Y table. While this approach is simple and easy to implement, it can become redundant by adding too many repetitions in the controller’s (e.g. PLC) code.
  • May 04, 2012
    10 Minute Motion Setup With Real Time Express In this video, we demonstrate the speed and simplicity of using Panasonic's Real Time Express servo communication network to setup up a simple, two servo motion demo, from hardware setup to software programming in 10 minutes. See how Real Time Express can help you decrease wiring, and save time as opposed to traditional modes of servo communication.
  • March 06, 2012
    Servo Sizing  Shifting from manual calculation to software simulation for servo selection may seem like overkill for those that have experience. However, selecting the correct servo is often approximated according to the current motor that's on the system, or with the aid of the manufacturers. Panasonic motor selection tool software makes it easy to select the correct servo with confidence. Download Panasonic's servo sizing tool here. 
  • February 03, 2012
    A5 Servo Notch FilterThis video demonstrates the A5 Servo's Notch filter function. This is useful for vibration suppression by eliminating harmonic frequencies. Check out Panasonic's YouTube Channel for more product videos.