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Simplified_Motion_Series
Simplified_Motion_Series 7/16/2019 Simplified functionality for simple movements.

The simplicity of pneumatics is now combined for the first time with the advantages of electric automation thanks to the Simplified Motion Series. These integrated drives are the perfect solution for all users who are looking for an electric alternative for very simple movement and positioning tasks, but don't want the commissioning process for traditional electric drive systems that can often be quite complex. Operation is simply based on the "plug and work" principle, without the need for any software. Digital I/O (DIO) and IO-Link are always automatically included – a product with two types of control as standard.

Safety Sub-Functions SS1-t, STO Servo Drive CMMT-ST-…-S0
Safety Sub-Functions SS1-t, STO Servo Drive CMMT-ST-…-S0 7/8/2019 With Stepper Motors: SS1-t, STO, Category 3, up to PL e. With EC Motors: STO, Category 3, up to PL d

Application Note for the realization of the safety sub-functions safe stop 1 (SS1) and safe torque off (STO) with category 3 and up to PL e. This Application Note contains possible circuits for the servo drive CMMT-AS-…-S1.

1.0
7/8/2019
Safety Sub-Function STO Servo Drive CMMT-ST-…-S0
Safety Sub-Function STO Servo Drive CMMT-ST-…-S0 7/8/2019 With Stepper Motors: STO, Category 3, up to PL e. With EC Motors: STO, Category 3, up to PL d

Application Note for the realization of the safety sub-function safe torque off (STO) with category 3 and up to PL e for stepper motors or category 3 and up to PL d for EC motors. This Application Note contains possible circuits for the servo drive CMMT-ST-…-S0.

1.0
7/8/2019

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