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DATE: Thursday, September 11
TIME 3:15 PM – 4:10 PM
With Motion Control being added to all areas and levels of machines, it is becoming common place to see more and more servos in the latest designs. Increased cost position, both upfront and operational, along with the leapfrog in usability of servos, have been major drives in this adaption outside of the obvious productivity benefits. In this session we will look at emerging trends revolving around cabling and encoders for servomotors that are leading this innovation.
We will first look at using field replaceable encoders for servomotors which have greatly improved the on-site serviceability. Next, we will discuss benefits of using digital communications for encoder signals and built-in electronic type plate technology, which has provided plug-and-play commissioning for servo systems. This discussion would not be complete without exploring the single cable approach for both encoder and motor power, and what this emerging trend will mean for future machine designs.
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Craig Nelson is the product marketing manager for SINAMICS high performance servo and vector drives in the Motion Control Business of Siemens Industry, Inc. Craig has been with Siemens for over twenty years and, in previous roles, has held engineering positions in the field and in system design. He has expert knowledge of AC and DC drives across various applications and is an avid promoter and presenter of new motor and drive technologies.
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SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC.
MACHINE TOOL BUSINESS
390 Kent Avenue
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
Attention: John Meyer, Manager, Marketing Communication
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