AE-SMI Application Industrielle de Servomoteur

SERVOMOTOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION - AE-SMI

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The Servomotor Industrial Application, "AE-SMI", is designed to perform up to seven controls used in motion technology: position control,speed control, torque control, position and speed control, speed and torque control and the full-closed control (position, speed and torquecontrol at the same time).

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The Servomotor Industrial Application, "AE-SMI", is designed to perform up to seven controls used in motion technology: position control,speed control, torque control, position and speed control, speed and torque control and the full-closed control (position, speed and torquecontrol at the same time). The "AE-SMI" application allows the student to configure all the parameters involved in these controls, such asto adjust the PID control parameters, perform an auto-tuning of the control parameters, adjust the torque limit, adjust the speed limit, setthe type of input control signal, configure alarms, set the home position, acceleration and deceleration of the system when it approachesthe desired position, speed or torque point and a long etc.

The "AE-SMI" is a computerized system. The computer is used to configure and monitor the response and state of the servomotor controlsystem, allowing the visualization of the current position, speed and torque value in a customizable time-dependent chart, the state of thedigital and analog input and output signals, the type of chosen control, etc.

The "SMI-UB" is the base unit of the "AE-SMI", and there is a wide range of additional applications available, being at least one ofthem required to work with the "SMI-UB". The additional applications available are real examples of the industry systems: servomotorwith adjustable brake, servomotor in a linear axis system, servomotor in a conveyor belt system, servomotor in a rotary table system andservomotor in a machine press.

The "SMI-UB" 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 servo system through digital and pulsed signals, allowing the addition ofa PLC control to a servomotor system.

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Exercises and practical possibilities to be done with the SMI-K1, Industrial Servomotor with Adjustable brake:

  1. Servomotor Start/Stop operation.
  2. Angular position control of a free shaft.
  3. Configuration of reference position. Homing.
  4. Move the shaft to an absolute positions.
  5. Move the shaft to a relative positions.
  6. Shaft continuous rotation movements through an analog input.
  7. Change direction of rotation of the shaft.
  8. Rotation speed control.
  9. Rotation speed control through an analog input.
  10. Change of speed during a movement.
  11. Torque control.
  12. Study of torque control using different brake levels.
  13. Configuration of a sequence of movements.
  14. Analysis of the position, speed and torque graphs.

Exercises and practical possibilities to be done with the SMI-K2, Industrial Servomotor with Linear Axis:

  1. Servomotor Start/Stop operation.
  2. Study of sensors on the linear axis system.
  3. Movement control in function of limit switches and transducers signals.
  4. Position control of the linear actuator.
  5. Configuration of reference position. Homing.
  6. Calibration of minimum and maximum point of linear actuator career.
  7. Move the carriage to an absolute position.
  8. Move the carriage to a relative positions.
  9. Carriage continuous movement through an analog input.
  10. Change direction of displacement of the linear actuator.
  11. Speed control of the linear actuator.
  12. Speed control of the linear actuator through an analog input.
  13. Change of speed during a movement.
  14. Aceleration and deceleration control for approaching points.
  15. Torque control of the linear actuator.
  16. Study of torque control using different loads.
  17. Configuration of a sequence of movements in the linear axis system.
  18. Analysis of the position, speed and torque graphs.

Exercises and practical possibilities to be done with the SMI-K3, Industrial Servomotor with Conveyor Belt:

  1. Servomotor Start/Stop operation.
  2. Study of sensors on the conveyor belt system.
  3. Position control of the conveyor belt.
  4. Configuration of the reference position, Homing.
  5. Calibration of the minimum and the maximum point of the conveyor belt career.
  6. Move the conveyor belt to an absolute positions.
  7. Move the conveyor belt to a relative positions.
  8. Change direction of movement of the conveyor belt.
  9. Conveyor belt continuous movement through an analog input.
  10. Repetition of movements at defined positions.
  11. Speed control of the conveyor belt.
  12. Speed control of the conveyor belt through an analog input.
  13. Change of speed during a movement.
  14. Acceleration and deceleration control for approaching points.
  15. Torque control of the conveyor belt.
  16. Study of torque control using different loads.
  17. Configuration of a sequence of movements in the conveyor belt system.
  18. Analysis of the position, speed and torque graphs.

Exercises and practical possibilities to be done with the SMI-K4, Industrial Servomotor with Rotary Table:

  1. Servomotor Start/Stop operation.
  2. Study of sensors on the rotary table system.
  3. Position control of the rotary table.
  4. Configuration of reference position. Homing.
  5. Calibration of the different positions of a rotary table.
  6. Move the rotary table to an absolute position.
  7. Move the rotary table to a relative position.
  8. Rotary table continuous rotation through an analog input.
  9. Change direction of rotation of the rotary table.
  10. Speed control of the rotary table.
  11. Speed control of the rotary table through an analog input.
  12. Change of speed during a movement.
  13. Acceleration and deceleration control for approaching points.
  14. Torque control of the rotary table.
  15. Study of torque control using different loads.
  16. Configuration of a sequence of movements in the rotary table system.
  17. Analysis of the position, speed and torque graphs.

Exercises and practical possibilities to be done with the SMI-K5, Industrial Servomotor with Machine Press:

  1. Servomotor Start/Stop operation.
  2. Study of sensors on the machine press.
  3. Position control of the machine press.
  4. Configuration of reference position. Homing.
  5. Calibration of minimum and maximum desired position of the career of the machine press.
  6. Move the punch of the machine press to an absolute position.
  7. Move the punch of the machine press to a relative position.
  8. Speed control of advance and retreat movements.
  9. Acceleration and deceleration control for approaching points.
  10. Torque control of the machine press.
  11. Study of torque control using different pressing forces.
  12. Configuration of a sequence of movements in the machine press.
  13. Analysis of the position, speed and torque graphs.
  14. Several other exercises can be done and designed by the user.
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