|Step Data Input Type Series LECP6/LECA6
Simple Setting to Use Straight Away
Select normal mode when detailed setting is required.
- Step data can be set in detail.
- Signals and terminal status can be monitored.
- Parameters can be set.
- JOG and constant rate movement, return to origin, test operation and testing of forced output can be performed.
|4 Axis Step Motor Controller (Parallel I/O) Series JXC73/83/93
■4 axis synchronous control
■Step data input (Max. 2048 points)
4 axis operation can be set collectively in one step.
■Space saving, Reduced wiring
|Programless Type Series LECP1
Capable of setting up an electric actuator operation without using a PC or teaching box. No programming.
|Programless Controller (With stroke study) Series LECP2
Stroke end operation similar to an air cylinder is possible.
(using the  stroke study and  reduced wiring below)
|Step Motor Driver (Pulse Input Type) Series LECPA
A driver that uses pulse signals to allow positioning at any position.
The actuator can be controlled from the customers’ positioning unit.
Return-to-origin command signal
Enables automatic return-to-origin action.
With force limit function (Pushing force/Gripping force operation available)
Pushing force/Positioning operation possible by switching signals.
|Step motor controller (CC-Link direct input type) Series LECPMJ
■CC-Link Ver. 1.10 compliant
Single numerical data instructions (Occupied number of stations: 1)
[Max. number of connectable controllers: 42 units]
Can be operated by instructing the Movement MOD (movement mode) and changing another item in the preset step data.
Half numerical data instructions (Occupied number of stations: 2)
[Max. number of connectable controllers: 32 units]
Can be operated by changing up to six items in the preset step data.
Full numerical data instructions (Occupied number of stations: 4)
[Max. number of connectable controllers: 16 units]
Can be operated by inputting numerical data to all 12 step data items from the PLC.
■3 types of operation mode available.
■The position and speed can be monitored by the PLC.
■Step data can be edited from the PLC.
|Step Motor Controller JXCE1/91/P1/D1
Step no. defined operation: Operate using the preset step data in the controller.
Numerical data defined operation: The actuator operates using values such as position and speed from the PLC.
Numerical information, such as the current speed, current position, and alarm codes, can be monitored on the PLC.
Two communication ports are provided.
* For the DeviceNet™ type, transition wiring is possible using a branch connector.
* 1 to 1 in the case of IO-Link
The data storage function eliminates the need for troublesome resetting of step data and parameters when changing over the controller.
●Step data and parameters can be set from the master side.
Step data and parameters can be set or changed by means of IO-Link communication.
●Data storage function
When the controller is changed, the parameters and step data for the actuator are automatically set.*1
●4-wire unshielded cables can be used.
*1 The “basic parameter” and the “return to origin parameter” are automatically set as the actuator parameters, and the 3 items of data consisting of No. 0 to 2 are automatically set as the step data.
|AC Servo Motor Controller Series LECS
- Compatible motor capacity: 100 W, 200 W, 400 W
- Compatible encoder: Incremental type/Absolute type
- Servo adjustment using auto gain tuning
- With display setting function
|MECHATROLINK Compatible AC Servo Motor Driver Series LECYM/LECYU
■MECHATROLINK- Ⅱ Type Series LECYM
Applicable Fieldbus protocol:
Number of connectable drivers: 30 units
(Transmission distance: Max. 50 m in total)
■MECHATROLINK- Ⅲ Type Series LECYU
Applicable Fieldbus protocol:
Number of connectable drivers: 62 units
(Transmission distance: Max. 75 m between stations)