Rockwell Automation: EtherNet/IP-enabled servo drive

The Allen-Bradley Kinetix 300 EtherNet/IP indexing servo drive from Rockwell Automation provides the ability to standardize on a single communication network for easier commissioning, configuration and startup.

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With the drive, the entire control solution can be connected over a standard EtherNet/IP network. By combining the Kinetix 300 servo drive with Allen-Bradley MP-Series or Allen-Bradley TL-Series motors, and the Allen-Bradley CompactLogix L23 or CompactLogix L32 controller, Rockwell Automation delivers an option for machines that use the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture system in a cost-effective package for low axis-count motion solutions. Also, the drive can work with an Allen-Bradley MicroLogix processor to help deliver a cost-effective component machine-level solution.
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