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DSP

The DSP Series provides C-programmable PC Card controllers that incorporate a digital signal processor from Analog Devices to provide up to 4 or 8 axes of servo and stepper control.

Features

  • 4 or 8 axes of servo or stepper control in a single PC slot
  • 16-bit servo outputs, encoder inputs up to 5 MHz, and 48 lines of opto-isolated user I/O
  • DSP provides a rich set of software algorithms, including a sophisticated second-order PID control algorithm with velocity, acceleration, and friction feed-forward
  • Advanced features include electronic gearing and camming, dual-loop control, circular and linear interpolation, and trapezoidal, S-curve, parabolic and custom motion profiles
  • Fast host communication across PCI bus
  • Shielded high-density connectors
  • 550 kHz step/direction output
  • Point-to-point and coordinated motion


Benefits

  • Enables division of labor between the DSP for numerically intensive real-time functions and the host for higher-level, non-real-time commands to maximize system performance
  • Flexible DSP architecture allows on-the-fly changes to many motion parameters
  • Kollmorgen’s C function libraries provide over 250 motion control functions to simplify programming the DSP and ensure quality
  • Standard compilers from Microsoft, Borland, Watcom, and others can be used to speed development of complex motion applications
Documentation
Title Language(s) Date Size
pdfDeclaration of Conformance SynqNet Slice IO English 07 Dec 2016 71.42 KB
DSP User Documentation English
DSP User Documentation English
MechaWare User Documentation English
pdfQMP SynqNet Quick Start Guide EN Rev A English 10 Oct 2012 4.25 MB
QMP-SynqNet User Documentation English 31 Jan 2010
QMP-SynqNet User Documentation English
RMB-10V2 Documentation English
XMP-Analog User Documentation English
XMP-SynqNet User Documentation English
pdfZMP-SYNQNET-PC-RJ CE Declaration of Conformance English 01 Jun 2017 188.25 KB
Certifications
Title Language(s) Date Size
pdfEC Machine Directive 2006-42-EC English 06 Sep 2006 1.37 MB
pdfEC Machine Directive 2009-127-EC English 21 Oct 2009 817.6 KB
pdfEU Product Liability Directive English 25 Jul 1985 148.59 KB
pdfKollmorgen EU Declaration of Conformity QMP English 19 Apr 2016 203 KB
pdfProduct Safety Directive English 03 Dec 2001 254.32 KB
pdfRAPEX Leitfaden English, German 16 Dec 2009 3.17 MB
Datasheet
Title Language(s) Date Size
pdfeZMP Datasheet en-us revisionD English 726.32 KB
pdfQMP SynqNet Datasheet en-us Rev B English 12 Jun 2013 5.61 MB
Brochure
Title Language(s) Date Size
Slice IO Brochure EN-revisionA English 24 Oct 2011 2.85 MB
SQIO-SynqNet IO Solutions Brochure EN revision1 English 24 Oct 2011 1.65 MB
SynqNet Overview EN revisionA English 24 Oct 2011 4.33 MB
SynqNet Platforms Brochure EN revision1 English 24 Oct 2011 396.54 KB
ZMP Overview Brochure EN revisionA English 24 Oct 2011 4.33 MB
ZMP Synqnet Platform OEM Brochure EN revision1 English 24 Oct 2011 396.54 KB
ZMP SynqNet Series Brochure EN REV G English 25 Aug 2016 1.88 MB

Features

  • 4 or 8 axes of servo or stepper control in a single PC slot
  • 16-bit servo outputs, encoder inputs up to 5 MHz, and 48 lines of opto-isolated user I/O
  • DSP provides a rich set of software algorithms, including a sophisticated second-order PID control algorithm with velocity, acceleration, and friction feed-forward
  • Advanced features include electronic gearing and camming, dual-loop control, circular and linear interpolation, and trapezoidal, S-curve, parabolic and custom motion profiles
  • Fast host communication across PCI bus
  • Shielded high-density connectors
  • 550 kHz step/direction output
  • Point-to-point and coordinated motion


Benefits

  • Enables division of labor between the DSP for numerically intensive real-time functions and the host for higher-level, non-real-time commands to maximize system performance
  • Flexible DSP architecture allows on-the-fly changes to many motion parameters
  • Kollmorgen’s C function libraries provide over 250 motion control functions to simplify programming the DSP and ensure quality
  • Standard compilers from Microsoft, Borland, Watcom, and others can be used to speed development of complex motion applications
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