2-axis Stepping and Servo Motor Control Universal PCI Card
Main Features
  • Independent 2-axis motion control
  • Hand wheel and jog function
  • 2-axis linear interpolation function
  • 2-axis circular interpolation function
  • Continuous interpolation function
  • Programmable T/S-curve acceleration/deceleration rate
  • Up to 4 Mpps output for each axis
  • Two pulse output types: CW/CCW or pulse/direction
  • Up to 1 MHz encoder input for each axis
  • Two encoder pulse input types: A/B phase or up/down
  • Constant speed control
  • Position management and software limit switch function
  • BoardID™ switch

GeneralPower ConsumptionTypical: 5 V @ 850 mA; Max.: 5 V @ 1 A
Connector1 x 50-pin SCSI Female Connector
Temperature (Operating)0 ~ 60°C (32 ~ 140°F)
Humidity5 ~ 95% RH, non-condensing (IEC 68-2-3)
Temperature (Storage)-20 ~ 85°C (-4 ~ 185°F)
BusUniversal PCI V2.2
Dimensions175 x 100 (6.9" x 3.9")
Encoder InterfaceIsolation Protection2,500 VDC
Input TypeQuadrature (A/B phase) or up/down
Input Range0~2 VDC for low; 5~30 VDC for high
Max. Input Frequency1 MHz
AxesLinear InterpolationV
2-axis Circle
Number of Axes2
Advanced FunctionServo On Output Channels2
Advanced FunctionsGeneral Purpose
DO Channels
General Purpose
DI Channels
Pulse Type Motion ControlMotor Driver SupportServo/stepping
Interpolation2-axis linear, 2-axis circular
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PCI-1220U-AE2-axis Stepping and Servo Motor Control Universal PCI Card

Advantech's PCI-1220U is a 2-axis Universal PCI stepping/pulse-type servo motor control card. This card adopts NOVA MCX312 IC which supports 2-axis motion control with interpolations. Besides, functions like continuous interpolation, programmable T/S-curve acceleration/deceleration, constant speed control are also accomplished. For users that only need to drive two motors at most, PCI-1220U is a cost-effective solution than 4-axis motion control cards. The DLL driver for PCI-1220U together with the utility make it easy for users to test the functionalities of the card and to develop their own application.

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