When launched six years ago, the interface made a single cable servomotor a reliable proposition for the very first time. Following the rapid adoption of the revolutionary One Cable Technology, SICK has decided that the interface it invented will now be available as an open protocol. In turn, OEM machine builders have been able to optimise costs and space utilisation in their machines. The industry is surely set to see yet more extensive machine development and innovation and, in future, the interfaces needed to support servo drives will be minimised. The digital interface meets all the requirements for the condition-oriented maintenance of machines in the Industry 4. Hybrid cables that combine both servo and encoder elements are becoming increasingly popular.
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It saves costs, requires less space, is easy to implement and offers the highest level of investment and machine safety at the same time. In the future, a smaller servo drive will also be possible in many applications. Reducing the drag chain Only one cable between the inverter and motor cuts the drag chain in half and enables rapid cabling and fewer sources of error. Efficient installation The reduced number of components simplifies installation and saves time and personnel costs for commissioning and maintenance.
Condition monitoring Continuous condition monitoring for the servo drive enables remote control of temperature, speed, LED current, supply voltage and rotation speed - throughout the entire service life.
This increases machine availability and supports time management of the machine. The One Cable Technology therefore makes an important contribution to sustainability in machine engineering. At the same time, the customer has freedom in the choice of motor feedback systems.
ServoSense Ltd. Servotronix Motion Control develops and manufactures standard and customized automation solutions with a focus on motion control.
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