The new ACR7000 series combines performance, value and scalability that meets and exceeds OEM expectations. Built on the well-known ACR9000 platform, the 7000 series utilizes re-imagined hardware designs, well-suited for table top and laboratory style instruments.
ACR7000 microstepper controller w/ integrated drives available now with 4 axis stepper motor control with 24volt input.
ACR7000 controller only available now in a 4 or 8 axis configurations with 24volt input.
ACR7000 servo controller w/ integrated drives now available in 4 or 8 axis configurations with 24-48volt inputs.
The integrated stepper or servo ACR7000 has motor drives integrated with a multi-axis motion controller into a single package, saving space, cabling, and reducing installation complexity. The ACR7000 integrated systems are available for prototypes and unique machine designs, yet can easily scale for high volume OEMs. The ACR7000 series is a perfect building block for customer specific motion system solutions. Parker’s engineering and manufacturing teams have the expertise and agility needed for machine builders looking for a long-term partner.
|The ACR9000 control platform controls up to 8 axes of analog servo/stepper. The ACR supports a wide variety of motion control applications, providing the machine designer an unprecedented level of flexibility. Everything from single-axis point-to-point motion through multi-tasking programs controlling high performance multi-axis interpolation is available within the ACR platform.|
- 9000 (Legacy)
- IEC PLC (9600) (Legacy)
- PC Card Controllers (Discontinued)
- ACR Binary Parameter Access Examples
- ACR Controllers: Excel Spreadsheet Example for ACR and IPA
- ACR Memory usage and commands
- AcroBasic Program Priority and Timing
- AcroBasic program does not wait
- Change axis positive/negative motion direction
- Clear all memory in an ACR controller
- Command Syntax for Variable Substitution
- Commenting AcroBASIC Programs
- Concerns when using DWL in programs
- Concerns when using INH in programs
- Creating Watchdogs for Ethernet Connections
- Encoder Velocity
- Error 17000 when attempting to communicate to ACR
- Evaluation Underflow error
- Evaluation overflow is line xxx
- Free Online Training Videos: Parker AcroBasic - Programming Basics
- Hardware Position Capture for Encoder 8 and 9
- Homing Application note for ACR9xxx controllers
- How can I check the axis PPU setting?
- How do I set the frequency in an ACR SINE move?
- How does motion work in the ACR products (ACR7xxx, ACR9xxx, IPA, Aries-CE)
- How fast is my servo axis moving?
- How to Calculate the Gear Offset Parameter?
- How to Find Torque or Current commanded from ACR
- How to Simulate Motion (without drives or motors)?
- How to home to a limit in AcroBasic
- How to receive ASCII data
- How to retrieve the raw SSI position from encoder?
- How to use CAM ON when source is moving
- How to use the In Motion Bit
- INT command not working properly
- Is the ComACRsrvr thread safe?
- LISTEN / LRUN - How to see line numbers
- MFLOPS vs. MIPS
- Output on Position Toggle Mode
- PID Parameters when using Steppers
- Position to a Torque / Current Mode
- Programmable Limit Switch (PLS) feature in the ACR9xxx and IPA
- prohibited names for Axis aliases
- Range Error on download for IF ENDIF statements
- Reboot in startup program
- Stopping motion in ACR controllers
- System Pointer Address of ACR Global Variables, P0-P4095
- Use of AXIS format
- User Variables
- Using ACR9xxx or IPA with LabView
- Using CAM with PPU in user units (not counts)
- Using Encoder 8 or 9 as SRC
- Using JOG commands with AXIS identifier
- Using an encoder or analog input as JOG SRC
- VB generates Runtime Error 91
- Variable data types and transfer to AB plc via Ethernet/IP
- What ACR Global variables should I use in HMI applications?
- What is the Binary Host Interface
- What is the axis velocity
- How to Wire Limit Sensors to ACR9xxx and ACR7000 Controller
- ACR7000 Controller and ACR9000 Xpress Jog Teach Sample
- Axis Flag update rate
- Range Error when commanding long moves - Distance limit 2^31