MP3200iec Machine Controller

Description

The addition of the MP3200iec to the MPiec family of machine controllers allows Yaskawa to provide full scalability from single-axis applications up to as many as 62 axes of control within the MotionWorks® IEC programming platform.  Among the most powerful features of the MP3200iec is its speed and flexibility.   The engine of the MP3200iec machine controller, a 1 GHz, 64-bit processor, allows for update rates as low as 0.25ms.  This makes it perfect for machines with extreme performance requirements and high axis counts.  

Specs

The Drives & Motion Division of Yaskawa America announces the release of the MP3200iec machine controller.   The addition of the MP3200iec to the MPiec family of machine controllers allows Yaskawa to provide full scalability from single-axis applications up to as many as 62 axes of control within the MotionWorks® IEC programming platform

Among the most powerful features of the MP3200iec is its speed and flexibility.   The engine of the MP3200iec machine controller, a 1 GHz, 64-bit processor, allows for update rates as low as 0.25ms.  This makes it perfect for machines with extreme performance requirements and high axis counts.  Dual Ethernet ports supporting Ethernet/IP and Modbus/TCP facilitate interoperability with a wide range of ancillary automation products.  An integrated web server simplifies maintenance of your machine and allows access from anywhere in the world.

The MECHATROLINK-III deterministic motion network provides consistency to your machine’s performance with its built-in data retry feature which significantly boosts system noise immunity.  

MotionWorks® IEC, Yaskawa’s IEC 61131-3 programming platform, assures that programs can be developed and executed with predicable behavior.   It encourages the programmer to take advantage of the best of several programming languages.  Ladder logic, function block, structured text, sequential function chart, and instruction list programming can be used interchangeably.    Yaskawa engineers have used the PLCopen function blocks to develop application specific toolboxes, libraries of reusable code that can be imported for specific functions, such as camming and Pack ML implementation, to further simplify complex programming.

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