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Improved Inverter Drives

Lenze Americas has improved the functionality of its 8400 TopLine inverter drives, which now include an automatic axis bus system and special function blocks for speed and angle synchronization.

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[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"177685","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"212","style":"float: right; margin: 10px;","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"300"}}]]Lenze Americas (Uxbridge, MA) has improved the functionality of its 8400 TopLine inverter drives, which now include an automatic axis bus system and special function blocks for speed and angle synchronization. The new 8400 TopLine inverter drive automatic axis bus works with the standard CAN system bus and fits seamlessly into servo applications.  The 8400 TopLine inverter drive also supports SinCos absolute encoders (Hiperface) and SinCos encoders. Designed for applications using electrical shafts for synchronization, two fundamental topologies can be constructed using the 8400 TopLine automatic axis bus system. In the first scenario, all drives in the network are connected to the higher-level master controller, with data being exchanged between the axes. Alternatively, an architecture in which only one axis bus master acts as the link to the controller is appropriate when the controller only needs to supply a small amount of information to the group of axes.

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