Watch the demo videos below.
Trigger ClearPath to move to one of four preset positions. Perfect for replacing air cylinders where more power and finesse is needed.
Trigger ClearPath to move to one of 16 positions from a user-defined reference position.
Trigger ClearPath to move a user-defined distance (one of four) from its current position. You can also send multiple, quick trigger pulses to tell ClearPath to travel a multiple of any of its user-defined distances in one smooth move.
Use a timer/counter on your PLC (or a simple circuit) to send a burst of pulses to ClearPath, and it will move a distance proportional to the number of pulses sent, at your pre-selected speed and acceleration.
Define multiple positions using sensors or switches, and trigger ClearPath to start moving and continue until it sees the next sensor transition (or a user-specified number of sensor transitions).
ClearPath will move at a user-defined velocity to a position proportional to the frequency or PWM duty cycle of a digital waveform.
Note: These 6 modes are only available in MCPV Models
Trigger ClearPath to move to one of the two preset positions. Perfect for replacing air cylinders that move between two positions, but where more power and finesse is needed.
Trigger ClearPath to move in either direction and it will smoothly ramp up to a chosen speed and stop when it detects a sensor (or switch).
By changing digital inputs (from your PLC, switches, etc.), ClearPath will smoothly ramp to one of four preset speeds in either direction.
Fine control of speed from zero to max speed at the turn of a knob. Remembers your last set speed or resets to zero speed when motor is enabled.
Just turn on power and smoothly ramp to your preset speed. For when all you need is reliable, constant speed from a brushless motor, and a bare minimum of wiring. It doesn't get any easier than this.
Connect a digital waveform from your PLC or other device, and ClearPath will run at a speed proportional to the waveform. Or, connect the PWM output of an H-bridge drive of a DC brush motor setup to make a high-performance, drop-in replacement.
The MCVC is primarily for velocity applications; the MCPV for positioning.Choose based on your application and price.
|MCVC ModelsVelocity Control||MCPV ModelsPosition & Velocity|
|Operating Modes||Operating Modes|
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