AGM series is a family of high performance 4-axes and 8-axes Central-i master controllers, which are include up to 12 Central-i ports. 8 ports can be connected to any remote Central-i amplifier, while the remaining ports can be connected to any remote I/O module. AGM series is equipped with large flash/RAM memories to support complex applications and features, such as CNC motion and 3D error mapping. AGM is centralized motion controller and executes motion profiler and all servo control loops internally at 16 kHz sampling rate, that allow perfect multi-axis synchronization at better than 1 microsecond level.
That make AGM series perfectly fit to high precision coordinated motion applications, such as CNC, Semiconductors, Electronic Assembly, and robotics
128 MB (+SD card)
Number of Central-i Ports
Fieldbus to amplifiers and I/O
Number of axes
ARM Cortex A9, 900MHz dual core
Control Sampling rate
16 KHz (position, velocity, optional force, current)
CNC sequential contour (G-codes) support, FIFO buffering, Corners compensation, Linear, Circular and Helical interpolations
Motor learning, Auto phasing (for incremental encoders), by halls, by abs encoder.
Standalone multi-tasking user programs high level script-based program executed in the controller (up to 8 multi-threading programs with priority setting for each thread. Commands per 1 msec IDE integrated in PCSuite Windows .Net API available in NuGet Manager. Standard TCP/IP communication ASCII string commands or binary CAN format.
User programmable: on encoder index, home switch, limit switch and hard stop. (easily configurable to any sequence)
Encoder Error Mapping: 1D, 2D or 3D, Auto-Loop Shaping (auto-tuning), Frequency Domain System Identification and Modelling, Flexible Gain Scheduling, Position Lock and Event, Ultra-Precision Mode (UPM), Input-Shaping, Profile-Shaping, Machine Vibration Control, Spring and Friction Compensation, Complex -Kinematics (robot kinematics), etc.
Interface to Camera/Laser 1
Via fast differential or optically isolated I/O in remote AGIO: Event position output event (1D or 2D) Lock position capture , User programmable PWM output via remote unit with 1MHz frequency