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  • The CW Command (.pdf)
    This application note describes the CW Galil command. The CW command has three uses: it (1) prints the controller's copyright message, (2) sets or clears the most significant ASCII bit of unsolicited characters sent by the controller, and (3) controls whether the program pauses when the output
  • Integrate and simplify
    both requires as much as 25% of the program logic in the dedicated controller and 25% of the program logic in the motion controller. Traditional systems also use different application-programming packages and languages for motion and sequential controllers. In addition, the application program in each
  • Monitoring Step Motor Operation (.pdf)
    Galil controllers operate step motors as part of an open-loop system. However, encoder inputs and application memory are provided which allow position maintenance for step motors. An encoder is placed on the motor or load and input to the main encoder ports on the controller. The position can
  • Understanding Microchip's CAN Module Bit Timing
    The Controller Area Network (CAN) protocol is an asynchronous serial bus with Non-Return to Zero (NRZ) bit coding designed for fast, robust communications in harsh environments, such as automotive and industrial applications. The CAN protocol allows the user to program the bit rate, the sample
  • Upgrading from the MCP2510 to the MCP2515
    The MCP2510 stand-alone CAN controller was originally developed to give CAN system and module designers more flexibility in their design by allowing them to choose the best processor for their application. By using the MCP2510, designers were not restricted to using processors with integrated CAN
  • Upgrading from the MCP2510 to the MCP2515
    The MCP2510 stand-alone CAN controller was originally developed to give CAN system and module designers more flexibility in their design by allowing them to choose the best processor for their application. By using the MCP2510, designers were not restricted to using processors with integrated CAN
  • Gearing Acceleration (Superimposed Profile Method) (.pdf)
    be beneficial to engage the slave according to some acceleration rate, therefore ramping up to the speed of the master. The following application program superimposes (or blends) two motion profiles to provide this acceleration. The first profile is a PR move on the slave axis with a known AC and DC
  • Sensorless BLDC Motor Control Using dsPIC30F2010
    This application note describes how to provide Sensorless BLDC motor control with the dsPIC30F2010 Digital Signal Controller. The technique used is based on another Microchip application note: Using the dsPIC30F for Sensorless BLDC Control (AN901). This application note explains how to apply

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