PC Motion Controller

Beaverton, Ore. —PC46 is a motion controller on a single half-size ISA bus circuit board. PC46 can control up to six axes of step and direction with an option for two channels of quadrature encoder feedback. Step pulse rates of up to 522,000 pulses per second can be produced, and encoder signals of up to 4 MHz are supported.

03/01/1998


Beaverton, Ore. —PC46 is a motion controller on a single half-size ISA bus circuit board. PC46 can control up to six axes of step and direction with an option for two channels of quadrature encoder feedback. Step pulse rates of up to 522,000 pulses per second can be produced, and encoder signals of up to 4 MHz are supported. Interrupt levels 2 through 15 are supported, as well as operation in a polled mode when interrupts are not desired. Software is available for DOS, Microsoft Windows 3.1, 95, and NT. Example software is available written in C/C[++], Basic, and Pascal. PC46 is software and hardware compatible with existing PCX and PC34 controllers.

Oregon Micro Systems Inc.





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