±10V command signals were the standard method to control servo drives for many years. This analog signal varies continuously over the -10V to +10V range where the output of the servo drive (either current or velocity) is proportional to the input command. A +10V command produces full positive output, -10V produces full negative output, and 0V is no output. Although still popular, commands over digital networks are the new standard.
- Very simple yet provides precise control of output current or velocity
- Universal acceptance simplifies matching controllers and servo drives from unrelated vendors
ADVANCED Motion Controls' Capabilities
- Fully scalable inputs to fully utilize the dynamic range of the controller
- Up to 16-bit resolution on digital drives