Product Status: Active
Size (mm) 142.30 x 99.95 x 18.10
Weight (g) 113

The MACC11 (µMACC) motion automation control card is designed to be a compact, low cost, controller for machine automation and/or process control applications.

Based on firmware loaded, the MACC11 can control: up to 6 axes of servos or steppers via Pulse/Dir signals, servo drives via the CAN Bus, or 2 servo axes via PWM signals to digital servo drives.

Applications are programmed in one of three ways depending on the firmware loaded:

  • Using the powerful Click&Move® IDE (program resides on the PC)
  • Directly in C by the user or ADVANCED Motion Controls for custom projects (program resides on the MACC11)
  • Click&Move® program on the MACC11 (future release)

    When using a Click&Move® program running on a PC, the MACC11 communicates with the user application via the RS232, RS485, USB, or Ethernet ports. If programmed in C, the MACC11 can act as a stand-alone controller. Also, application specific pre-programmed MACC11 versions are available for OEMs. High speed hard real-time applications (e.g. servo loops, data acquisition, etc.) can be implemented in the user programmable MACC11 version.


    Software Downloads

    Application Notes

    • AN-047 Click&Move® - Running a Project on the MACC with a PC-Based HMI
    • AN-052 Click&Move® - G-code Reference Guide
    • AN-053 Using the SMEM to Interact with Click&Move®
    • AN-054 Preparing a Linux System for Click&Move® Compatibility
    • AN-057 Click&Move® - Two Axis EtherCAT Field Bus MACC Tutorial

    Instructional Videos

    • VidInst-001 Basic overview of Click&Move soft motion and automation
    • VidInst-006 Tutorial to program a simple single axis machine and HMI.

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