Motion controller for end users with third-party controls

The Q170MCPU-EIP motion controller by Mitsubishi Electric is designed for end users who have third-party control system to incorporate and create Mitsubishi positioning applications via the Ethernet.

07/24/2013


The Q170MCPU-EIP motion controller by Mitsubishi Electric is designed for end users who have third-party control system to incorporate and create Mitsubishi positioning applications via the Ethernet. Courtesy: Mitsubishi ElectricMitsubishi Electric Automation's Q170MCPU-EIP motion controller allows end users to operate their existing third-party control systems that incorporate Add-On-Instructions (AOI). Mitsubishi Electric created an AOI library with a set of motion instructions to improve the functionality of third-party design and configuration software. These instructions allow users to quickly and easily upgrade to a Mitsubishi Electric servo system via Ethernet/IP. 

The Q170MCPU-EIP also allows users to create positioning applications within their existing programming environment. The motion controller is ideal for applications where end-user specifications require a third-party PLC and up to eight axes of servo control. Specific applications that are suited for the Q170MCPU-EIP motion controller include filling, case packing, conveyors, and assembly.

Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc. (MEAU)

www.meau.com 

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