THE USER FRIENDLY SERVO MOTOR YOU HOPED EXISTED.
The HDrive is an easy to use IoT enabled servo drive. Both for the inexperienced and for professionals, the HDrive offers a quick and simple start as well as a deeply configurable control system. Thus, you can motorize all your applications smoothly and reliably.
THE USER FRIENDLY SERVOMOTOR YOU HOPED EXISTED.
The integrated web server provides full access to the motor, and lets you specify your desired position, speed and torque. With the live visualization you get instant feedback on what’s happening.
What makes the Hdrive unique?
The time savings achieved by eliminating device drivers and configuration programs streamlines application development substantially. Especially in the field of research and development, or in an educational environment, application development time can be noticeably reduced. The only thing required for motor configuration is a web browser. Whether you decide to use a PC, a tablet or even a smartphone; if it has a web browser, you can control the HDrive Servo motor! Set two positions – Assign them to two buttons – Done!
Unlike current servo drives Henschel Robotics doesn’t force you to use complicated and cumbersome control sequences to control movement. One simple and understandable command is all it takes to move an HDrive:
<HDrive Position=”202″ Torque=”50″ Speed=”10″ Mode=”129″ />
This command sets the target position of servo motor to 20.2° the max. speed for the internal path planer is 20 RPM wit a max. torque of 50 mNm. Many programming languages enable sending such text commands over TCP/IP with just a few lines of code. This easy to use interface makes programming even complex movement patterns a breeze.
Conventional Servo Motor
A conventional servo motor is mostly made out of multiple parts. The user needs to setup, wire and configure everything.
Conventional servo motors are made out of multiple parts. Mostly the user needs to setup everything by him self.
Position control accuracy
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