The Brushless Motor Industrial Application, "AE-BMI", is designed to perform the most common control used in the industry: the positioncontrol. The "AE-BMI" application allows the student to configure up to four positions with all the parameters involved when the systemhas to reach each of these positions: relative or absolute positioning, speed value, acceleration and deceleration of the system when itapproaches the desired position, digital input signal to activate every position, setting the home position, etc.
The "AE-BMI" is a computerized system. The computer is used to configure and monitor the response and state of the brushless DC motorcontrol system, allowing the visualization of the current position and speed in a customizable time-dependent chart, the state of the digitalinput and output signals, the current position setting, the alarms state, the torque limit value, etc.
The "BMI-UB" is the base unit of the "AE-BMI", and there is a wide range of additional applications available, being at least one of themrequired to work with the "BMI-UB". The additional applications available are real examples of motion control systems: a servomotor withadjustable brake and a servomotor with linear axis system.
The "AE-BMI" also allows the student to work with a programmable logic controller, PLC. The PLC receives the signals of the differentsensors installed in each additional application and controls the brushless DC motor system through digital and pulsed signals, allowingthe addition of a PLC control to a brushless DC motor system.