Because computer-based motion control systems vary widely, the XMP has been designed to accommodate most common industry hardware. This means providing a variety of platform, porting, form factor, and voltage options.
XMP-series motion controllers are ported to accommodate common industry software platforms, including:
Form Factor Options
"Form factor" refers to the physical shape and size of an XMP controller and the component(s) it is designed to function with. XMP controllers are available in the following form factors:
If your application requires a different form factor, please contact MEI.
Various form factors are shown in the figures below. Four types of I/O connectors are utilized: VHDCI; SERCOS; and, CPCI (rear I/O).
XMP Interface Options: Networked and XMP-analog
XMP control systems accommodate two interface categories: networked and XMP-Analog. The types of hardware associated with each category are show here:
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