Control of DC brush and brushless drives with controllers BLSD and BMSD series
Controllers SMSD series with HMI MT6071iE
Controllers SMSD series with HMI MT6071iE provide easy and handy control of stepper motors. Using HMI MT6071iE with our pre-loaded software, it is possible in a quick and easy way to assemble and upload to the SMSD controller motion algorithm for a stepper motor. User friendly GUI presents an opportunity to work in real-time mode (control mode “Direct control” – control of a stepper motor by separate commands without saving into a nonvolatile memory of the controller). For repeated procedures such set of HMI and SMSD provides a “Program load” mode. (Commands are assembled into a list as a sequence of motion executing algorithm. Such algorithm – motion program is saved into the nonvolatile memory and can be executed later in a standalone mode.). For some simple motions it is convenient to use HMI in a mode “Simple control” – minimum motion parameters are set by operator. Start and stop of the motor are performed by simple buttons.
We offer HMI MT6071iE with preloaded software for using together with our stepper controllers. The software offers the possibility to choose and to use one of 3 different control modes:
For simple movements we offer control mode “Simple control”. An operator set on the HMI motion parameters – speed, acceleration and displacement (or constant motion). Motion start, stop and selection of direction are set by buttons. If the motion is set with “use program load” option, the current state of the motor (run or stop) is displayed on the HMI.
Control mode “Load program” is intended for preparing and uploading to the SMSD controller of motion algorithms. The stepper motor motion program is assembled as a list of commands, which will be executed by motor one by one. Ready motion program (or just a part of the algorithm) are uploaded to the SMSD controller by pressing a special button on the display.
The control mode “Direct control” is intended for a real-time control of a stepper drive. The commands are executed as soon as they are transferred to the controller. The history of transferred commands are displayed on the HMI.