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Motion Logic System
Motion Logic System

The IndraMotion MLC system from Rexroth integrates an open PLC under IEC 61131-3 with a motion control system. It uses integrated hydraulic controllers to separate the drive physics from the automation level. This simplifies the design and start-up, operation and diagnosis of highly productive machine concepts. Users start the electric, hydraulic and hybrid drives up comfortably using only one engineering tool, IndraWorks. A high-speed I/O module designed specifically for hydraulic standards records all important process parameters. The use of the Ethernet-based real-time communication system SERCOS III ensures the necessary synchronous communication between controller, drives and I/O, allowing the system to control all drives in a highly dynamic manner, in both centralized and decentralized concepts. For non-real-time-critical communication tasks the user can use standard field buses and Ethernet protocols.

Edited by: Jürgen Wirtz

Posted on May 24, 2011 - (76 views)
Bosch Rexroth AG
Vertrieb Marketing Marktplatz 3
97816 Lohr Am Main - Germany
+49-9352-180
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