RSI has fully integrated Ingenia's CAPITAN XCR Servo Drive with RMP EtherCAT PC based motion controller
CAPITAN XCR ETHERCAT SERVO DRIVE HIGHLIGHTS
Miniature design for critical size robotic applications
Ultra-low standby power consumption
Dual loop support for unparalleled precision
PWM frequency up to 200 kHz for low inductance motors
Ultra-fast servo loops for smooth operation
DISCOVER THE CAPITAN XCR ETHERCAT SERVO DRIVE The Capitan XCR is an ultra-compact, ready to use, high power density, EtherCAT servo drive. Optimized with an extremely low profile and light weight, allowing for easy integration in compact robotic joints, flat actuators, end-effector actuators, surgical robots, exoskeletons, gimbals, and haptic applications. The Capitan XCR servo drive is designed with the most advanced transistor technology in the world, delivering the highest power density and efficiency. PWM frequencies up to 200 kHz, while maintaining negligible EMI, provides best-in-class performance. A variant of the Capitan XCR is also available with CANopen communications.
ROBOT JOINTS AND ACTUATOR INTEGRATION Capitan XCR is built ready to be integrated inside robot joints or actuators and can be easily fixed to your mechanical enclosure through provided screw holes. Its aluminum frame ensures optimal heat dissipation.
DUAL OR SINGLE POWER SUPPLY The Capitan XCR can be powered from a single or dual power supply (separate logic and power). Using the dual supply, with a low logic voltage, allows you to reduce power consumption of the drive in standby operation.
OPTIMIZED FOR A PREMIUM PERFORMANCE The Capitan Series EtherCAT communications latency has been optimized to maximize system responsiveness. Standby power consumption has been reduced to minimize heat generation and firmware architecture has been designed to accommodate PWM frequencies up to 200 kHz, enabling low inductance motor control.
DAISY CHAINED BISS-C ENCODERS Wouldn’t it be great to connect two high-resolution absolute encoders with a single cable? The Capitan XCR supports daisy-chain connections of BiSS-C encoders, enabling simple design, with a maximum frame size of 64 bits (32 bits total for position data).