Allen-Bradley’s Kinetix Servo Drives Deliver Innovative and Right-Size Integrated Motion Control Systems
The Kinetix® 5500 servo drives and VP motors build on the Integrated Architecture™ midrange system enhancing performance for more applications, expanding the Integrated Architecture with the Kinetix 5500 servo drive with Integrated Safety option and VP Low Inertia servo motor offering. Combined as a system, they can provide a cost-effective motion solution that delivers the high performance and scalability you need to compete in today’s challenging business climate. The Kinetix® 5700 servo drive helps expand the value of integrated motion on EtherNet/IP to large, custom machine builder applications. With Logix as a single control engine, and one design environment – Studio 5000® – machine builders now have more flexibility to scale, design, and control. The Kinetix 5700 servo drive can help reduce commissioning time and improve machine performance. It offers the simplicity, power and space savings you need to help get your machine up and running faster.
If you are starting up a new CIP motion servo axis and wondering how you should tune your servo axis, McNaughton-McKay’s Motion Specialist, Bill West demonstrates in this video two quick and easy methods to tune a CIP motion Kinetix® 5500 or Kinetix® 5700 servo axis. Each of these methods is performed within Rockwell Software Studio 5000.