|Place of Origin:||USA|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
|Packaging Details:||new and original with factory sealed|
|Supply Ability:||10 pieces a day|
|Manufacture Year:||2020||Con 6DS1311-8AEtrol System:||CM161AE-00143|
|Application:||Nuclear Power Plant||Lead Time:||In Stock|
Parker CM161AE-00143 Compumotor Servo Motor
|Brand/Manufacturer||Parker / USA|
|Alternate Part Number||
|Description||Compumotor Servo Motor|
|Dimennsions||4.0cm x 6.2cm x 4.0 cm|
The S Drive is a bipolar, recirculating, microstepping drive that runs two-phase permanent magnet hybrid step motors. The drive uses MOSFET technology to give high performance in a small package while providing short-circuit protection, brownout protection, over-temperature protection, and a built-in power supply. The S Drive is compatible with all Compumotor indexers.
The inputs are optically isolated and may be driven (activated) by providing a positive pulse to the plus input with respect to the minus input. The input driver must provide a minimum of 2.5 mA (30 mA maximum). The maximum reverse voltage for this input is 3VDC.
Shutdown Input (Amplifier Disable)
You may enable this function when the motor is not moving. The input must be active for 100 ms to disable the amplifier. The SHUTDOWN input must be inactive for 100 ms before the first step pulse is received.
Set Zero Phase Input
This input allows you to reset the motor phase currents to the power up position. It is primarily for linear motor applications. The input must be active for 100 ms to reset the motor phase currents to the zero state. The SET ZERO PHASE input must be inactive for 100 ms before the first step pulse is received.
This output is an open-collector, open emitter output from a 4N35 OPTO isolator. The output transistor will conduct when the drive is functioning properly. The transistor will not conduct when any of the following conditions exist:
No power is applied to the drive
There is insufficient AC line voltage (90VAC)
The drive temperature is too high
The drive detects a motor fault
The Shutdown input is enabled
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In smaller tractors, connecting and disconnecting multiple hydraulic lines was a pain point. Equipment operators faced increased risk of downtime, safety issues and oil leaks every time they needed to add or remove implements such as rakes, plows or loader buckets.
Engineering manager Paul LeMay at the Quick Coupling Division in Minneapolis anticipated the potential for innovation and saw Parker’s relationship with a long-time customer as an opportunity to collaborate on a solution.
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