PS641: Single Axis Position Controller with 4 Relay Outputs

The PS641 programmable single-axis positioning controller, like the variant PS340, has a very short lag control as well as intelligent calculation algorithms. These ensure the highest precision in all single-axis applications with electrical or hydraulic 4-Q actuators with a ±10 V setpoint input. Further features are a super-smooth run with maximum protection of the mechanics by means of a self-optimizing polynomial movement profile, as well as different operating modes, eg for absolute and relative positions (chain dimension) or grinding operation.

Compared to the PS340 the PS641 is delivered in a larger standard housing (outside dimensions 96 x 96 x 140 mm / 3.78. x 3.78 x 5.51"). Thanks to its larger design, this control unit also has 4 potential-free changeover relay outputs as well as a BCD decade switch on the front for the direct specification of the chain dimension.

  • 2 pulse inputs with format A, B, 90° [HTL]
    or A, /A, B, /B [RS422]
  • 4 control inputs for HTL / PNP / NPN / Namur signals
    [10 ... 30 VDC]
  • Input frequency up to 300 kHz
  • 4 fast transistor outputs, push-pull, short-circuit-proof
    [5 … 30 VDC]
  • 1 scalable 14 bit analog output
    (±10 V or 0/4 … 20 mA)
  • Loop time approx. 250 µs
  • Defining incremental dimensions via keyboard or BCD decade switch on the front
  • Power supply 24 VAC and 17 … 40 VDC
  • Compact norm panel housing
    (according to EN 60715)
  • Top hat rail mounting by using SM600 support brackets (option)
  • Setup via keys or via PC by serial RS232 interface
  • PROFIBUS conncetion via motrona gateway PB251
  • Dimension 96 x 96 x 140 mm (3,78 x 3,78 x 5,51")


Declaration of Conformity

File type: pdf, File size: 163 KB

Manual PS340 / PS641

Manual PS340 / PS641

File type: pdf, File size: 1 MB

Data Sheet PS340 / PS614

Data Sheet PS340 / PS614

File type: pdf, File size: 157 KB

SM600: Mounting Clamps and Brackets

suitable for display units with front dimension 96 x 96 mm.

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