A servo drive configured for Velocity Mode turns the motor at a velocity that is proportional to the command. Small commands will generate small velocities and large commands will generate large velocities. Velocity Mode requires the use of a velocity feedback device, such as an encoder, resolver, tachometer, or Hall Sensors.
- Encoder Velocity Mode provides the best velocity resolution over the widest range of speeds
- Hall Velocity Mode is used in many applications where precise velocity control is not required Ð no external feedback device is necessary
ADVANCED Motion Controls' Capabilities
- A large selection of AxCent™ and DigiFlex® Performance™ drives operate in Velocity Modes
- Certain DigiFlex® Performance™ drives can operate in Profile or Cyclic Synchronous Velocity Mode