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Ormec Systems has announced the global launch of the XD-Series indexer servo drives to provide reliable motion control capabilities for challenging applications.

The XD-Series allows programming of 32 individual motion profiles, which can be mapped to I/O points, one or two functions per point, initiated via Modbus/TCP and chained or looped together.

The adaptable I/O, with 14 inputs and eight outputs, can be mapped to change from position, velocity or torque modes during program execution.

Motion can be synchronised with supported machine I/O, allowing for start, stop or trigger speed changes, with inputs at any point in the chain, and user-defined units for axis position speed and acceleration, further simplifying implementation.

By employing an HMI or optional Fieldbus communication, the XD-Series allows motion parameter adjustments, remote commanded motion and real-time indexer status read capabilities.

Communication setup may be accomplished via USB or Ethernet connections, with Modbus/TCP, Ethernet/IP, CANopen and Profibus-DP options.

The XD-Series is available in 115, 230 and 460V AC input power options, with 3A to 60A continuous current ratings.

The drives feature a built-in Motor Wizard, which simplifies non-standard motor integration and enables users to quickly commission unproven motors.

Once the program and motor data are loaded onto the indexer, configuration data is stored both in the indexer and on a removable memory card, simplifying software transfer, duplication requirements and hardware replacement needs.

Software includes extensive support for monitoring and optimising an application, allowing the application program to be quickly honed to perfection.

Ormec’s software tools can reduce conventional setup efforts, from what typically was days, to a matter of minutes, with the supplied pre-defined ‘load and go’ application templates.

The XD-Series is said to be capable of handling a wide range of motion control applications, including intelligent conveyor control, pick and place, labelling, flying shear, rotary knives, scanning, high-speed printing, part storage and retrieval, plus many others.

The built-in features of the XD-Series allow it to support otherwise difficult application requirements, such as tension control, dual-loop feedback, registration, gearing, among others.

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