Everest XCR is an ultra-compact, ready to use, high power density motor controller from our range of servo drives. Thanks to its small size and rugged design it can be mounted virtually anywhere: collaborative robot joints, wearable robots, unmanned ground or aerial vehicles as well as inside motors. Everest, however, is not only a DC Servo Drive. Everest also features the most advanced transistor technology in the world with the highest power density and efficiency while keeping negligible EMI and providing linear amplifier performance. A version of the Everest XCR is also available with CANopen communications.
Everest XCR is ready to use and can be integrated inside robotic joints and actuators. The aluminium body ensures the best heat dissipation and can be easily fixed to your enclosure through the screw holes provided.
The Everest XCR can be powered from a single or dual supply (separate logic and power). Using the dual supply with a low logic voltage will allow you to reduce the power consumption of the drive in standby.
The built-in configurable gain circuitry allows you to configure the resolution of the current measurements of the Everest XCR from as low as 0.379 mA /count up to 2.475 mA/count. This makes the Everest drive one of the most versatile motor controllers being able to control motors with rated currents from a few watts up to thousands of watts.
Wouldn’t it be great two connect two high resolution absolute encoders with a single cable? The Everest XCR supports daisy chain connections of BiSS-C encoders with a maximum frame size of 64 bits.
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Standby power consumption
PWM Switching Frequency
Supported Motor Types
Supported Motion Modes
What is the EtherCAT latency or delay?
Everest XCR latency is 2 cycles. When running the EtherCAT bus at 4 kHz this would involve a delay of 500 µs.
What happens if the EtherCAT cable is disconnected during operation?
The Everest XCR includes a protection that stops the motor after 1 ms if the EtherCAT cable is disconnected.
Can the Everest XCR read absolute encoder other than BiSS-C or SSI?
Everest XCR hardware is ready for any absolute encoder based on RS485 physical interface, however only BiSS-C and SSI protocols are implemented. In case your application requires other feedback support like Nikon-A, EnDAT, Panasonic or other please contact us.
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