Versatile servo drive ARGON supports virtually any type of industrial servo motor including AC, Brushless DC, Brush DC and Linear motors found in diverse automation applications. Whether the application requires position, velocity or torque operating mode, Argon handles them all out-of-the-box. Built-in motion profiler enables simple point-to-point moves as well as continuous synchronous motion tracking.
ARGON reduces the number of motion control components to the bare minimum. A typical PC controlled multiaxis system can be implemented by using direct USB or RS485 driven SimpleMotion V2 field bus to the servo drives. The same bus carries a dedicated safety stopping circuit without additional wiring. In addition to this, Argon reads traditional analog and digital control signals out of the box.
State of the Art benefits
Protections & Ruggedness
Argons are built to last – and we have faith in their longevity. If your Argon break within 24 months of use, we will simply repair or replace them free of charge (details).
The new era hardware
Hardware of Argon has been designed from ground up without any historical payload. The main character of the construction is the unique dual CPU architecture where CPUs are connected together with single isolated link. This not only costs less but also yields unforeseen flexibility and reliability. The I/O side ARM CPU comes with open source firmware allowing implementing unlimited stand-alone user programs and functions directly inside the drive.
|Servo motor drive||Closed loop control of various types of servo motors by sinusoidal field oriented control with dead-time distortion correction and high dynamic range torque control.
|Closed loop||Cascaded control loops (PIV):
Dual-loop feedback support planned as firmware upgrade
|Feed-forwards||Feed-forwards working in velocity & position control modes:
|Homing||Integrated homing function for position control mode:
|Setpoint signal||See setpoint signal / reference inputs list|
|Feedback devices||See feedback devices list|
|Power supply||Two power supply methods:
|Motor output current|
|Approvals||CE (LVD & EMC)|
For full, detailed specifications, see Argon specifications on Wiki.
Documentation & Downloads
The documentation of Argon will is available at our Wiki. Check also side box links for additional downloads (software, firmware, manuals, app notes)
Pricing & Availability