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Increasing speed and accuracy of equipment by synchronization of the motion control cycle with I/Os, such as a general-purpose pulse train driver, sensor I/O, and shutter I/O

  • I/O with a fastest response time of 1μs
  • Pulse I/O for synchronous control
  • High-accuracy analog I/O
  • Supporting open standard encoder I/Fs


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Application examples to increase speed and accuracy

Application examples with the MR-MT2000 series

High-accuracy mark detection in high-speed movement
High-accuracy imaging in high-speed movement
Load control by high-accuracy pressure detection
Synchronization with Solution post processes
Use of drivers not supporting SSCNETIII/H
Use of open standard encoders

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Functions List

Name Item Specification
SSCNETIII/H Head module
MR-MT2010
Control circuit
power supply
input
Voltage 24 V DC
Permissible voltage fluctuation 24 V DC ± 10 %
Current capacity 1.0 A
Communications interface SSCNETIII/H
DI Number of input points 12 points
Input method Sink input/source input (photocoupler isolation)
Input response time ON to OFF: within 1 μs/OFF to ON: within 1 μs
DO Number of output points 2 points
Output method Sink output (photocoupler isolation)
Output response time ON to OFF: within 1 μs/OFF to ON: within 1 μs
Mass [kg] 0.2
I/O module
MR-MT2100
DI Number of input points 16 points(Note-1)
Input method Sink input/source input (photocoupler isolation)
Input response time ON to OFF: within 1 μs/OFF to ON: within 1 μs
DO Number of output points 16 points(Note-1)
Output method Sink output/source output(Note-2) (photocoupler isolation)
Output
response time
Sink output ON to OFF: within 1 μs/OFF to ON: within 1 μs
Source
output(Note-2)
ON to OFF: within 2 μs/OFF to ON: within 1 μs
Mass [kg] 0.2
Pulse I/O module
MR-MT2200
Number of pulse I/O channels Output 2CH, input 2CH, I/O 1CH each (selectable)
Pulse output Output signal Differential line driver output/open collector output
Output method Forward/reverse rotation pulse train, signed pulse train, A-phase/B-phase pulse train
Maximum
frequency
Differential line
driver output
4M pulse/s (A-phase/B-phase pulse train 4 multiples)
1M pulse/s (forward/reverse rotation pulse train, signed pulse train)
Open collector
output
200k pulse/s (A-phase/B-phase pulse train 4 multiples)
50k pulse/s (forward/reverse rotation pulse train, signed pulse train)
Pulse input Input signal Differential line driver input
Input method Forward/reverse rotation pulse train, signed pulse train, A-phase/B-phase pulse train
Maximum
frequency
Differential line
driver input
4M pulse/s (A-phase/B-phase pulse train 4 multiples)
1M pulse/s (forward/reverse rotation pulse train, signed pulse train)
DI Number of input points 7 points per axis (total of 14 points)
Input method Sink input/source input (photocoupler isolation)
DO Number of output points 5 points per axis (total of 10 points)(Note-3)
Output method Sink output/source output (photocoupler isolation)
Mass [kg] 0.2
Analog I/O module
MR-MT2300
Analog input Number of input channels 4CH
Input voltage range -10 to 10 V DC/-5 to 5 V DC (selectable)
Resolution ± 10 V range: 0.334 mV ± 5 V range: 0167 mV
Conversion accuracy ± 0.1 % (at 25 ℃)/± 0.3 % (at 0 ℃ to 60 ℃)
Analog output Number of output channels 4CH
Output voltage range -10 to 10 V DC
Resolution ± 10 V range: 0.319 mV
Conversion accuracy ± 0.4 % (at 25 ℃)/± 0.5 % (at 0 ℃ to 60 ℃)
Mass [kg] 0.2
Encoder I/F module
MR-MT2400
Number of encoder channels 2CH(Note-4)
Supported encoder communications SSI, EnDat 2.2(Note-2), HIPERFACE DSL® (Note-2) , Analog Sin/Cos(Note-2), Mitsubishi Electric serial I/F(Note-2)
Mass [kg] 0.2

(Note-1): When the module is used at the temperature exceeding 55 ℃ and up to 60 ℃, keep the number of points turned on simultaneously to be 14 for each DI and DO.

(Note-2): Will be supported in the future

(Note-3): Two of the five points and the pulse output (open collector output) are mutually exclusive.

(Note-4): Different encoder interfaces cannot be inputted for each channel. The same encoder interface should be used for both two channels.