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GPC Y ASOCIADOS S.A.

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Buenos Aires

Tel.: +54 (9) 11 5993 8719

info@gpcasoc.com.ar

Horne Technologies cc

PO Box 536

Betty's Bay, 7141

Tel.: +27 (0)76 563 2084

info@hornet.cc

www.hornetechnologies.co.za

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6980 Croglio

Tel.: +41 (0)91 611 31 00

info@faulhaber.ch

Building of FAULHABER MICROMO LLC, Wien, Austria

FAULHABER MICROMO LLC

14881 Evergreen Avenue

Clearwater, FL 33762-3008

Tel.: +1 (727) 572 0131

marketing@micromo.com

www.faulhaberUSA.com

NRC Engineering & Precision Drives Co., Ltd.

17F., No. 890, Jingguo Rd., Luzhu Dist.

Taoyuan City 33858, Taiwan, R.O.C.

Tel.: +886 (0) 3-316-1838

info@nrc.com.tw

www.nrc-precidrives.com

EDEL Teknoloji Sistemleri Sanayi ve Ticaret Ltd.Şti

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35530 Bayraklı/İzmir

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www.edelteknoloji.com

FAULHABER Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.

Blk 67 Ubi Road 1, #06-07 Oxley Bizhub

Singapore 408730

Tel.: +65 6562 8270

info@faulhaber.com.sg

Compotech Provider AP

Gustavslundsvägen 145, 4 tr

167 51 Bromma

Tel.: +46 (0) 8 441 58 00

info@compotech.se

www.compotech.se

MICROPRIVOD Ltd.

56 (bldg. 32), Shosse Enthusiastov

111123 Moscow

Tel.: +7 495 2214 052

info@microprivod.ru

www.microprivod.ru

FAULHABER Polska sp. z o.o.

Ul. Górki 7

60-204 Poznan

Tel.: +48 61 278 72 53

info@faulhaber.pl

Staubo Elektro-Maskin a.s.

Bjørnerudveien 12C

1266 Oslo

Tel.: +47 22 75 35 00

post@staubo.no

www.staubo.no

FAULHABER Malaysia Sdn Bhd

1A-2-01 & 02 · One Precinct · Lengkok Mayang Pasir

11950 Bayan Baru · Penang · Malaysia

Tel.: +60 4 619 2570

info@faulhaber.my

Swiss Amiet Co., Ltd.

W-903, SK V1 Center, 11 Dangsan-ro 41-g

Yeongdeungpo-gu,07217, Seoul

Tel.: +82 (0) 2 783 4774

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www.swissamiet.com

Shinkoh Electronics Co., Ltd.

Tokyo Sales Office, Motor Sales Division8F, REID-C OMORI building, 6-20-8

Minami-oi, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0013

Tel.: +81 (0) 3 6404 1003

motor-info@shinkoh-elecs.co.jp

www.shinkoh-faulhaber.jp

FAULHABER Italia S.r.l.

Via Cavour 2

22074 Lomazzo CO

Tel.: +39 0236714708

info@faulhaber-italia.it

Inteltek Automation JV

S.No. 100/5, Ambegaon

Pune - 411046

Tel.: +91 (0) 20 39392150

info@inteltekindia.com

www.inteltekindia.com

Lewenstein Technologies Ltd.

1 Ha'arava St. Givat Shmuel

5400804 Israel

Tel.: +972 3 9780 800

info@l-tech.co.il

www.l-tech.co.il

Electro Mechanical Systems Ltd.

Eros House, Calleva Industrial Park, Aldermaston

Reading, RG7 8LN

Tel.: +44 (0) 118 9817 391

info@ems-ltd.com

www.ems-limited.co.uk

FAULHABER France SAS

Parc d’activités du Pas du Lac2, Rue Michaël Faraday

78180 Montigny-le-Bretonneux

Tel.: +33 (0) 1 30 80 45 00

info@faulhaber-france.fr

www.faulhaber.com

ELMEQ Motor

Passeig Ferrocarrils Catalans 178

Cornellà de Llobregat 08940 (Barcelona)

Tel.: +34 93 422 70 33

marketing@elmeq.es

www.elmeq.es

MOVETEC OY

Suokalliontie 9

01740 Vantaa

Tel.: +358 (0) 9 5259 230

info@movetec.fi

www.movetec.fi

Routech s.r.o.

Dr. Milady Horákové 185/66

460 06 Liberec

Tel.: +420 489 202 971

info@routech.cz

www.routech.cz

Compower ApS

Marielundvej 29

2730 Herlev

Tel.: +45 (0) 44 92 66 20

info@compower.dk

www.compower.dk

Marte Científica e Instrumentação Industrial Ltda

Av Fco Andrade Ribeiro 430

37540-000 Santa Rita do Sapucai, MG

Tel.: +55 (11) 3411 4500

motores@marte.com.br

www.marte.com.br

FAULHABER Drive System Technology (Taicang) Co., Ltd.

Eastern Block, Incubator Building, No. 6 Beijing Road West

Taicang 215400, Jiangsu Province

Tel.: +86 (0) 512 5337 2626

info@faulhaber.cn

FAULHABER Benelux B.V.

High Tech Campus 9

5656 AE Eindhoven

Tel.: +31 (0) 40 85155-40

info@faulhaber.nl

FAULHABER Benelux B.V.

High Tech Campus 9

5656 AE Eindhoven

Tel.: +31 (0) 40 85155-40

info@faulhaber.be

FAULHABER Austria GmbH

Modecenterstraße 22/C89

1030 Wien

Tel.: +43 1 7963149-0

info@faulhaber-austria.at

ERNTEC Pty. Ltd.

15 Koornang Road

Scoresby, VIC 3179

Tel.: +61 (0) 3 9756 4000

sales@erntec.com.au

www.erntec.net

Headquarter

DR. FRITZ FAULHABER GMBH & CO. KG

Daimlerstr. 23

71101 Schönaich

Tel.: +49 7031 638 0

Fax: +49 7031 638 100

info@faulhaber.de

www.faulhaber.com

Jan-Christopher Mohr

Area Sales Manager

Tel.: +49 (7031) 638 158

jan-christopher.mohr@faulhaber.de

Daniel Brönnimann

Area Sales Manager

Tel.: +41 (0) 79 570 0814

daniel.broennimann@faulhaber.ch

Michael Schütte

Area Sales Manager

Tel.: +49 (7031) 638 456

michael.schuette@faulhaber.de

Beijing Office

East 10H3 Wu Mart Huike Mansion Building, No. 158 W. 4th Ring Road North

Haidian District, Beijing 100097

Tel.: +86 (0)10 5335 9353

info@faulhaber.cn

Guangzhou Office

Room 1415, No. 5 Fuchang Road

Haizhu District, Guangzhou, 510240, Guangdong Province

Tel.: +86 (0) 20 3424 8332

Fax: +86 (0) 20 3424 8332

info@faulhaber.cn

Xi‘an Office

Room A-509, No. 318 Yanta Road South

Qujiang New District, Xi’an 710061, Shaanxi Province

Tel.: +86 (0) 29 8521 2778

Fax: +86 (0) 29 8521 2778

info@faulhaber.cn

Hong Kong Office

Unit 4, 19/F, Ricky Centre, 36 Chong Yip Street

Kwun Tong, Kowloon

Tel.: +852 3520 2078

Fax: +852 3914 7452

info@faulhaber.cn

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Drive Electronics

Find answers to frequently asked questions, specific information about your products and their usage or special PLC configuration files. If you need a quotation or general information about our products please contact our sales or info[at]faulhaber.com.

If you have any questions, please contact us at +49 7031 638-345 or mcsupport[at]faulhaber.de or use our support contact form.

FAQ

General
What protection do the products have against overvoltage?

High voltage, backwards induced from the motor, is measured from the controller. The controller tries to reduce the energy if the value which is set in the controller is exceeded. Via the motor or by reducing the deceleration.

Alternatively a brake choppers can be connected to the DC-supply

Is there some sort of thermal protection for my motor?

All FAULHABER Controllers do calculate an estimated winding temperature based on the environmental temperature and the measured current. If the calculated winding temperature is higher than a first threshold, the current is limited to the configured continuous current. If the estimated winding temperature is increasing further the power-stage will finally be shut off.

Is there some sort of auto-tuning for the control loops?

Yes of course. Using the motor selection wizard all control loops are preset for the selected motor. After this it's the speed loop and the position loop that might be tuned to the application.

So in a second step the connected inertia can be identified by means of a step response test – if possible. Alternatively you can enter a best guess for the inertia of the system compared to the motor. In both cases the control parameters for the speed- and the position loop are adjusted. Same for the profile parameters. Further tuning might be necessary and is supported by our interactive tuning tool.

MC V3
Which controller should be used for an xxxx motor?

Try to select a controller where the continuous current of the motor is not less than 30% of the continuous current of the controller. So for a 3268 BX4 with a cont. current of around 2A, the MC 5005 is fine, the MC 5010 might not be the best selection.

The reason is the limited resolution of the current measurement. But anyway: it always depends of the type of operation. Position control is usually fine even for a 1A motor at a 10A driver, torque control might be somehow dissatisfying.

How is it possible to duplicate the configuration to the next Controller?

Parameterization and duplication requires the Motion Manager software. The configuration can be send and saved via the Object browser. This parameter file (XDC) can be loaded in the same way into the unconfigured device.

Is it possible to restore the delivery configuration state of the device?

The command „restore_all“ must be send via the terminal. A power cycle is needed after this command.

Do these controllers support non FAULHABER motors too?

Yes we do. In the end it's a matter of the feedback-system and the parameter range of the motor. FAULHABER controllers are optimized for coreless motors. Electrical time-constants of these motors are as low as 50µs. But even state of the art standard servo-motors with an electrical time constant of around 1ms are supported. In the end we will have to check the parameters. So either try to add your motor to the database of the FAULHABER MotionManager or send a request to mcsupport[at]faulhaber.com.

Which feedback-systems are supported by the FAULHABER controllers?

There are various feedback options. BLDC-servo-motors will typically have either digital or analog hall signals. Additionally they can have an incremental encoder. Alternatively FAULHABER motors using an AES absolute encoder can easily be used.

DC-motors will require an incremental encoder.

Do these controllers support different Abs-Encoders or Mutli-turn absolute encoders?

The MC5010, MC5005 and MC5004 do implement an SSI encoder interface. Single turn and multi-turn encoders can be configured using either SSI or BiSS interfacece. There are some restrictions however. You might want to check with our AppNote 158 or send a request to mcsupport[at]faulhaber.com.

MC V2.5
How is it possible to duplicate the configuration to the next Controller?

Parameterization and duplication requires the Motion Manager software. A parameter file (.MCP) can be generated via the menu tab "Receive file". This parameter file can be downloaded in the same way on the unconfigured device.

Is it possible to restore the delivery configuration state of the device?

- RS232:

The command „fconfig“ must be send via the terminal. A power cycle is needed after this command.

- CAN:

The command „restore_all“ must be send via the terminal. A power cycle is needed after this command.

SC
How is it possible to duplicate the configuration to the next Controller?

Parameterization and duplication requires the Motion Manager software.

In the “drive configuration” (last tab) a parameter file can be created (.BIN) This parameter file can be downloaded in the same way into the unconfigured device.

Is it possible to restore the delivery configuration state of the device?

In the drive configuration (last tab) you will find the button "Load factory settings".

Is it possible to operate BL motors without sensors?

It is not possible with Motion Controllers. The feedback signal is needed for the commutation.

The Speed Controller (except SC5004 / 8) can control BL motors without sensors feedback. The commutation point is determined by the back EMF

RS232
What are the voltage levels of the RS232?

For the MC2 / 3, a voltage level of -5.5 volts can be expected on the TxD line. The MCxx 3002 x RS and the 22xx BX4 CSD deliver -4 volts. Depending on the master system, different voltages are possible on RxD (typically a PC delivers between -5V ... -9V).

CAN
What is a typical configuration of the CANopen network settings for a FAULHABER Motioncontroller?

Baud rate might be anywhere between 125kBit and 1Mbit. We recommend to use node-guarding. Guard time could be 100ms, life time factor of the guarding = 3. Use a Synch with a minimum of 10ms. Add 1ms to the synch cycle for every node. To reduce the bus traffic send the RxPDOs only if a value has changed (transmission type 255). In most cases actual values are monitored cyclically though. So change their transmission type to 1 – every SYNCH cycle.

Even using the FAULHABER Motionmanager I don't detect any CANopen controller at all?

Check the termination resistors. The standard configuration is a 120 Ohm termination at the two ends of the bus. So if the devices are switched off, you should be able to measure a resistance of 60 Ohm between CAN_H and CAN_L.

I don't have such an ideal bus. It's more like a star configuration. Where do I place the termination.

There is no strict rule. The overall value has to be in the range of 40 Ohm to 80 Ohm. But the places with the best effect have to be identified my minimization of bus errors. Start with a 60 Ohm in the central connection.

I seem to be unable to change the PDO mapping of the FAULHABER controllers using my CAN-master.

There is a sequence for the PDO mapping. Even dynamic mapping should be done while the nodes are still in the pre-operational stage of the CAN communication. It can be done in the operational stage too. To do this, the invalid bit of the PDO has to be set first. This is the MSB of the COB-ID parameter of the PDO. Then change the mappings and reset the invalid bit again.

EtherCAT
What is the typical / minimum update rate supported by our controllers?

The minimum update rate is 500µs, typical values could be 1ms … 2ms depending on the type of operation. For a system using server based interpolation 1ms is a good choice.

What are all these different OpModes for: Which one should I use?

Profile based modes (PP, PV) are used if only a single axis is moved or if the different axes to be moved don't need a tight synchronization. These modes are ideally suited for a bus system, with limited update rate such as RS232 or CAN. Controller based scripts are the same.

Cyclic modes (CSP, CSV, CST) are used, if the trajectory of the movement is calculated in the master. This can be for a single axis or for a multi-axis configuration. In these cases even some of the control loops (most probably the pos loop only) might be closed in the master. A typical configuration is a master using NC-I interpolation and a number of slaves in CSP mode like our milling cutter demo.

Analog modes (APC, AVC, ATC) are used, if the ref-value is not to be received via bus system but via one of the discrete inputs. This can be torque-, speed- or position control using an analog ref like a potentiometer or an analog output of a PLC. It can be a PWM-ref or a ref-encoder in gear-mode.

Application Notes

Product

Version

Category

Document

Version

Category

pdf

AN 001 - Stepper motor basics

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 002 - Reading and understanding a torque curve

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 003 - Drivers and controllers: how to drive a stepper motor?

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 004 - When and why using an encoder

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 005 - Stepper motors and Gearheads

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 006 - How to get a linear motion from a stepper motor?

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 006-001 - Linear motion – Maximal axial loads

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 007 - Recommendations for soldering a cable on a stepper motor

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 008 - Thermal behavior of a stepper motor

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 009 - Choosing the proper lubricant

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 010 - Cables and connectors options

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 011 - Final quality control data

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 012 - Custom solutions (A and E number)

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 013 - Improving reliability: redundant stepper motor

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 015 - Microstepping

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 016 - MCST3601 – stallGuard2TM

Version: MCST

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 017 - MCST3601 – coolStepTM

Version: MCST

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 018 - MCST3601 – Reference Search

Version: MCST

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 019 - MCST3601 – Encoder

Version: MCST

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 020 - Large DM Steppers connection

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 021 - DM66200H – Cables and mounting flange

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 103 - Transition from 3564 … BCMCXX2805 to 3564 … BCS MCXX3006

Version: MC V2.5

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 130 - AES Interface Description

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

Choose Language English Deutsch

pdf

AN 132 - Speed Controllers for Motors with Analogue Hall Sensors

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

Choose Language English Deutsch

pdf

AN 133 - Installation of the Multiturnencoder AEMT-12/16 L combined with MC V3.0 controller family

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 136 - Block Commutation - with Digital Hall Sensors - with Absolute Encoder

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 144 - Quadrature interface

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

Choose Language English Deutsch

pdf

AN 146 - Further information on IEH2 and IEH3

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 147 - Definition of the encoder signal criteria

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 162 - Analog Hall Sensors

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 163 - Digital Hall Sensors

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 164 - Codesys and FAULHABER V3.0 EtherCAT

Version: MC V3.0

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 177 - Datasheet operating points of Speed Controller Systems

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 190 - Selection of a third-party motor driver

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 301 - Concerning Stroke and Rod Length for Linear DC-Servomotors

Version:  - 

Category:  - 

pdf

AN 134 - Einbindung eines Faulhaber Controllers in eine Siemens-SPS

Version: MC V2.5

Category: CANopen

pdf

AN 143 - Einbindung eines Faulhaber CANopen Controller in eine B&R-SPS

Version: MC V2.5

Category: CANopen

pdf

AN 149 - Beckhoff TwinCAT 3 and FAULHABER MC V2.5/V3.0 CANopen

Version: MC V2.5, MC V3.0

Category: CANopen

pdf

AN 174 - Setup and configuration of a CANopen sub-system

Version: MC V2.5, MC V3.0

Category: CANopen

pdf

AN 186 - Operating a FAULHABER CO driver out of a CODESYS environment

Version: MC V2.5, MC V3.0

Category: CANopen

pdf

AN 150 - Getting started with FAULHABER EtherCAT

Version: MC V3.0

Category: EtherCAT

pdf

AN 154 - Updating FAULHABER EtherCAT controller

Version: MC V3.0

Category: EtherCAT

pdf

AN 161 - Omron PLC and FAULHABER V3.0 EtherCAT

Version: MC V3.0

Category: EtherCAT

pdf

AN 169 - TwinCAT 3 NC Axes and FAULHABER MC V3.0 EtherCAT

Version: MC V3.0

Category: EtherCAT

pdf

AN 171 - Kendrion and FAULHABER MC V3.0 EtherCAT

Version: MC V3.0

Category: EtherCAT

pdf

AN 188 - Settings for a RS232 network of Motion Controllers

Version: MC V3.0

Category: RS232

pdf

AN 191 - Control MC V3.0 MotionController via RS232 - an Arduino Library

Version: MC V3.0

Category: RS232

pdf

AN 176 - Tutorial on the MomanLib

Version: MC V2.5, MC V3.0

Category: RS232 / CANopen

pdf

AN 165 - Using BASIC Scripts of a FAULHABER Motion Controller V3.0

Version: MC V3.0

Category: Sequence programming

pdf

AN 108 - Motion Controller RS232: Homing to Hard Stop

Version: MC V2.5

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 109 - Gearing Mode - Was geht, was geht nicht?

Version: MC V2.5

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 110 - Home to Hard Stop (CAN-Version)Motion Controller CANopen: Homing to Hard Stop

Version: MC V2.5

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 126 - Adapter PA2 - MCDC

Version: MC V2.5

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 151 - Feedback Control Tuning with Motion Manager 6.3 or higher

Version: MC V3.0

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 159 - Position encoder on the load-side of a gearbox

Version: MC V3.0

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 170 - Selecting additional inductors for small BL-Motors (< 15mm)

Version: MC V2.5

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 178 - Reduction of PWM motor power losses using additional inductances

Version: MC V2.5, MC V3.0

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 182 - Using a separately activatable motor supply

Version: MC V3.0

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 183 - Equivalent DC-current in FAULHABER SC and MC

Version: MC V2.5, MC V3.0

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 184 - Adapter settings for Motion Control Systems

Version: MC V2.5, MC V3.0

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 187 - Grounding, shielding and filtering - Installation of the drive system in the machine

Version: MC V3.0

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 189 - Designing a motherboard for a MC3001 Motion Controller

Version: MC V3.0

Category: System setup

pdf

AN 155 - Support of Third Party BLDC motors

Version: MC V3.0

Category: Third party components

pdf

AN 158 - Support of Absolute Encoders with SSI / BiSS-C interface

Version: MC V3.0

Category: Third party components

Downloads

Integration Electronics

  • 2232 BX4 CSD/COD
  • 2250 BX4 CSD/COD
  • 3242 BX4 CO, RS
  • 3268 BX4 CO, RS
  • 3564 BX4 CO, RS
  • MCS 3242 BX4 CO/ET/RS
  • MCS 3268 BX4 CO/ET/RS
  • MCS 3274 BP4 CO/ET/RS

Controllers

  • MCxx 3002 S/F/P
  • MCxx 3003 P
  • MCxx 3006 S
  • MC 5004 P CO/RS / ET
  • MC 5005 S CO/RS/ET
  • MC 5010 S CO/RS/ET

Libraries

ZIP

Beckhoff PLCDownload

ZIP

Omron PLCDownload

ZIP

Kendrion PLCDownload

ZIP

RaspberryPi with CODESYS ControlDownload

ZIP

FAULHABER MomanLib (Win32 Programming Library)
Check the FAULHABER AppNote 176 for more Detail
Download

Software examples

A collection of examples for device scripting, with additional comments in Code.

Good for Beginners and Intermediates

ZIP

MC V2.5 / MC V3.0 Sample programsDownload

Integration Electronics

  • 2232 BX4 CSD/COD
  • 2250 BX4 CSD/COD
  • 3242 BX4 CO, RS
  • 3268 BX4 CO, RS
  • 3564 BX4 CO, RS

Controllers

  • MCxx 3002 S/F/P
  • MCxx 3003 P
  • MCxx 3006 S

Firmware

ZIP

MC V2.5 Firmware 3150.12 C for CS-BX4, CSD-BX4,

MCBL3003P-RS, MCBL3006S-RS, MCBL3002x-RS

Download

Support Files

PDF

Instructions for installing the FilesDownload

ZIP

Files for the Motion Manager (*.xdd)Download

ZIP

Files for CAN master / PLC (*.eds)Download

Integrated Electronics

  • MCS 3242 BX4 CO/ET/RS
  • MCS 3268 BX4 CO/ET/RS
  • MCS 3274 BP4 CO/ET/RS

Controllers

  • MC 3001 P CO/RS
  • MC 3001 B CO/RS
  • MC 5004 P CO/RS/ET
  • MC 5005 S CO/RS/ET
  • MC 5010 S CO/RS/ET

Firmware

ZIP

MC V3.0 Beta Firmware M1 08/2021 – FirmwareDownload

PDF

MC V3.0 Firmware M 08/2021 – Release NotesDownload

ZIP

MC V3.0 Firmware L 03/2021 – FirmwareDownload

PDF

MC V3.0 Firmware L 03/2021 – Release NotesDownload

ZIP

MC V3.0 Firmware K 01/2020 – FirmwareDownload

PDF

MC V3.0 Firmware K 01/2020 – Release NotesDownload

PDF

MC V3.0 Firmware J 11/2018 – Release NotesDownload

PDF

MC V3.0 Firmware I 11/2017 – Release NotesDownload

PDF

MC V3.0 Firmware H 05/2017 – Release NotesDownload

How-to-videos

In this new FAULHABER Drive Time video, our expert Dr. Andreas Wagener shows you how to commission your Drive System with the FAULHABER Motion Manager.

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In this new FAULHABER Drive Time video, our expert Dr. Andreas Wagener shows you how to connect FAULHABER Motors to the Drive Electronics.

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In this new FAULHABER Drive Time video, our expert Dr. Andreas Wagener gives you an overview about Drive Electronics.

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In this new FAULHABER Drive Time video, our expert Marco Härle explains how to unpack FAULHABER products and handle them in an ESD-compliant manner.

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Webinars

Drive systems for space applications

English

In this webinar, our expert will drive you through our experiences in space applications, starting with an overview about space economy and the importance of commercial off the shelf products in this ...

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The new MC 3001

English

Meet the smallest Motion Controller that is available worldwide! In this webinar, we will introduce you to our new MC 3001 Motion Controllers, available as MC 3001 B (board-to-board connectors) or MC ...

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The new MC 3001

German

Meet the smallest Motion Controller that is available worldwide! In this webinar, we will introduce you to our new MC 3001 Motion Controllers, available as MC 3001 B (board-to-board connectors) or MC ...

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FAULHABER Speed Controller - Optimal use and customer-specific adaptation

English

FAULHABER Speed Controllers are specifically designed to get the most out of FAULHABER DC and BL motors. They are compact, easy to operate and offer precise as well as efficient speed control. The ...

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Motion Control & Speed Control

English

If you are interested in learning more about our MotionControl, the easy to use single axis positioning controllers tailor made for the control of FAULHABER DC, Brushless, linear motors and the ...

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FAULHABER Speed Controller - Optimal use and customer-specific adaptation

German

FAULHABER Speed Controllers are specifically designed to get the most out of FAULHABER DC and BL motors. They are compact, easy to operate and offer precise as well as efficient speed control. The ...

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Noise Emission with small Drive Systems

English

In this webinar, our expert will tell you everything there is to know about vibrations and noise in a drive system, what causes it and how these issues can be addressed. Starting with the basics of ...

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Drive System Technology Selection

English

In less than 45 minutes, our webinar will get you set to select the right system for your application, based on your specific requirements and desired product characteristics. Our expert will make ...

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Drive System Technology Selection

German

In less than 45 minutes, our webinar will get you set to select the right system for your application, based on your specific requirements and desired product characteristics. Our expert will make ...

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Motion Controllers Series MC 3001
TechNews
Drive Electronics
Powerful and extremely miniaturised

With the new MC3001 motion controllers, available as MC 3001 B (board-to-board connectors) or MC3001P (28-pin plug connector), FAULHABER completes the MC V3.0 generation of controllers for smaller motor series. The controllers are extremely miniaturised and, with 1.4 amperes in continuous operation…

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