Delta Computer Systems Inc. has announced more Base Modules and Power Supply options for its new RMC200 motion controller to serve larger manufacturing processes and multi-function testing equipment. The new B11 and B15 Base Modules support applications from 13 to 32 axes in user defined increments, and the new 56-Watt PS6D power supply will handle any possible configuration (see Image attached). These products supplement Delta’s previously-announced B7 base module and 35-Watt PS4D power supply, helping make the Delta RMC200 the most capable electro-hydraulic motion controller product line offered to industry.
“Our customers love the capabilities and ease-of-use of our motion controllers, but increasingly need more axes than we have offered in one controller,” said Steve Nylund, Delta Computer Systems CEO. “The Base Module options, B7, B11 and B15 with a larger Power Supply satisfy this increased demand for scalability.”
The RMC200 uses the same RMCTools software as the other Delta controllers—the RMC75 (can control 1 or 2 axes) and the RMC150 (can control up to 8 axes). Delta RMCs have special capabilities for synchronizing the motion of multiple axes, enabling the construction of machines with scalable performance and quick production changeovers. And all Delta controllers can provide built-in dual loop support for controlling pressure/force/torque as well as position/velocity/acceleration. The controller can transition smoothly between these control modes, enabling smooth, reliable motion.
Delta Computer Systems Inc.
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