rotating speed , introduction pulse accumulate ,motor torque , motor current, rotor's location, introduction, pulse frequency, operating statue , input and output's terminal signal so on
main power source being over press, owes press, over current, overload, unusual braking,unusual Encoder and so on.
six LED digital tubes four keypads
suitable the load inertia
less than electrical machinery inertia five times
What is a servo drive system?
A servo drive system consists of a servo drive and a servo motor. The main task of a servo drive is the control of the motor current. In addition, servo drives offer a broad spectrum of functionality .
While most of the electrical drive systems are operated at constant speed, a servo drive has a rather "hectic" life. Often it has to accelerate to the rated speed within a few milliseconds only to decelerate a short time later just as quick. And of course the target position is to be reached exactly with an error of a few hundredths of a millimeter.
Compared to other controlled drives servo drive systems have the advantage of high dynamics and accuracy, full stall torque, and compact motors with high power density.
Where are our servo drive systems used?
Servo drive systems are used where high dynamics (i. e. fast acceleration and deceleration) and good accuracy at reaching target positions are important. The good control behavior allows the optimal adaptation to the application (e. g. positioning without overshoot). But also the smooth run (due to sinusoidal commutation) and the possibility of exact synchronization of two or more drives open a wide field. Because of their wide speed range servo drives can be used in a huge number of applications.
Servo drives run in large, highly automated installations with several dozens of axes as well as in machines with only a few axes which perhaps operate independently.