Servo drive control panel

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Servo drive control panel

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you design a servo drive control panel to configure and display motor drive parameters. Our analog and embedded processing products enable interfacing the operator with drive through user-friendly displays, keypads and rotary dials.

Design requirements:

Servo drive control panel designs often require:

  • Support of multilingual graphic display, wired and wireless protocols.
  • Non-volatile memory interfaces for configuration and diagnostic data back-up.
  • Low-latency transceivers for isolated and non-isolated communication.
  • Support of hot plugging during drive operation.

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Application note Voltage Reference Solutions in Motor Control Drives 10 May 2022
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Application note Inductive Sensing Touch-On-Metal Buttons Design Guide PDF | HTML 05 Jul 2018
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