ARM11 provides double precision floating point
Using the ARM11 processor, the MC405 provides up to 4 axes of servomotor plus a master encoder.
The MC405 features a total of 16 axes in software where any axes not assigned to built-in hardware can be used as a virtual axis.
· ARM11 processor with double precision floating point
· Digital / Analogue I/O
· Selectable servo update 125 - 2000 microseconds
· Ethernet programming interface
· CANbus expansion port
· Multi-tasking TrioBasic programming
· IEC 61131-3 programming support
· Micro SD Card memory slot
· Real time clock
· LCD display
The built-in Ethernet port allows programming and connection of common HMI and PLC protocols directly to the MC405.
User programs can be written in Trio’s established multi-tasking TrioBASIC language using the powerful Motion Perfect application development software making complex motion easy.
Also available as an option on the MC405 is the industry standard IEC 61131-3 runtime that is an easy to use fully functional PLC programming system.
A back-lit display enables the controller status to be easily determined, whilst the single piece metal cast back-plate provides an integrated earth chassis to improve noise rejection in the industrial environment.
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