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Pacific Scientific: SERCOS-based drives

New PC840 servo drives series from Pacific Scientific (Rockford, IL) use SERCOS interface for closed-loop, real-time distributed control. The SERCOS chip ensures each drive receives update commands, such as positioning, velocity, or torque, from the controller as fast as every 500 microseconds.
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This can increase network speeds by 400%. Provides noise immunity complies with IEC/EN 61491 and integrates with any SERCOS-supporting control or device.

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