Motor and drive integrated for space optimization !

A flexible solution ideal for large machines or for machines with limited space for the cabinet. The integrated servo motor comes with local I/O for easy wiring of distributed signals and also has a built-in EtherCAT port that offers full integration within the System Automation Platform.

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With our decades of experience, we are extremely confident that the Integrated Servo System is better for you

    The RADIX system integrates motor, encoder, and drive into a single compact package. The fully integrated design of the RADIX system simplifies cabling and eliminates EMI issues caused by high power transmission lines.


    The full metal construction ensures immunity from external electromagnetic interference while the sealed, IP67 certified rear drive compartment protects sensitive electronics and sensors from dust and moisture. The RADIX drive system uses DSP based electronics to implement Field Oriented Control (FOC) algorithms - providing silent, efficient, and stable motion control. RADIX servo system works with the Servo Configurator software to provide an intuitive and easy to use interface for configuring system parameters.

    Logic Level Input Wiring

    All RADIX inputs are optically isolated to protect against unintended damage. These inputs are designed to accept differential as well as single-ended signals. Using the Servo Configurator software, it is possible to individually modify the behavior of each input when the opto-isolator changes between its “on” and “off” state. The following shows examples of some of the possible wiring schemes.

    Logic Level Output Wiring

    The ALM output is also isolated using opto-isolators. The theory of operation is similar to inputs except the direction is opposite. The examples below should controller circuits with their own opto-isolator inputs, however, these can be omitted and replaced with simple digital inputs with appropriate pull-up or pull-down circuits.


    General Specifications:

    1. Power Supply: 24 – 40 VDC

    2. Temperature: 0 – 40°C

    3. Humidity: ≤ 90% Relative Humidity

    4. Altitude: ≤ 1000m above sea level

    5. Environmental: Not suitable in environments with combustible materials, corrosive or explosive gases, severe vibrations.

    6. Orientation: Upright or horizontal

    7. Drive Method: Field oriented control (FOC) with space vector PWM

    8. Encoder Type: 1000 line incremental encoder

    9. Step Direction: 5V differential or single ended input (up to 24V with series resistor) Polarity Configurable

    10. Enable: 5V differential or single ended input (up to 24V with series resistor) Polarity Configurable

    11. Fault (Out): Open collector output, max 30mA Polarity Configurable

    12. COM port: Interface for configuring servo using configurator software

    13. Control Loop: Position Control

    14. Fault Recording: Latest 15 fault events stored in non-volatile memory

    15. Hardware: Overvoltage, Undervoltage, Overcurrent, Overload, Encoder Fault

    16. Software: UART Fault, EEPROM Fault, Tracking Error

    Installing the Servo Configurator Software


    RADIX Servo Configurator is a desktop application specifically designed to help configure RADIX series servos as well as assist in tuning and monitoring the servo. Servo Configurator is free to download and use, please contact your sales representative for more information.

    The overview screen shows the summarized information about the connected RADIX servo


    Through the overview screen, one can access the IO Configuration, Parameter Management, Fault Record, and Advanced Settings interfaces. Hovering the cursor above “?” signs shows helpful information about the relevant interface.

    The I/O Configuration window is specifically designed to make configuring the I/O settings on the RADIX servo simple and straightforward.


    First select the wiring scheme that will be used to connect the RADIX servo and controller. Then in the I/O Options section, select the settings for individual input/output signals and check the Signal Truth Table to see if the results match the desired behavior. Finally, click Commit Changes to save the settings to the servo.

    The Parameter Management interface provides an overview of all configurable parameters. Parameters that have been modified from its original value but not committed to the servo are listed in yellow background.


    Commit Parameters instructs the servo to save all parameter values to non-volatile memory. Reset Parameters to Default will reset all parameter values to their factory default values. The Import/Export function allows the user to export current parameter values to a configuration file. This file can then be imported back at a later date or onto a different servo.

    The Fault Records interface displays the recorded history of faults that occurred on the RADIX servo. Faults are listed in chronological order of occurrence – with the most recently occurred fault appearing at the top.


    Up to 15 faults are recorded. If more than 15 faults occur, the oldest fault record is lost. Fault records are retained even after RADIX servo is powered off. If a fault is currently triggered in the servo, it will be displayed as the Current Fault. Note that tuning and monitor functions cannot be performed by the servo while in a fault state. Fault records can be wiped from the servo by clicking Clear Fault Records.

    The advanced settings interface allows the user to change various miscellaneous settings.


    The power indicator configuration allows the user to change the behavior of the power LED from its default constant on state to other blinking states. Fault settings allow the user to change thresholds of various faults.

    The Gang Programmer Tool makes programming the same parameter settings to multiple motors fast and convenient.


    The tool can be accessed from the File menu at the top left corner of the main Servo Configurator window. With Gang Programmer Tool the window open, first select a configuration file. Configuration files are created by using the Parameter Management interface to export a set of parameters from an existing RADIX servo.

    The Tuning interface is used to tune the speed and position control loops within the servo drive.


    Tuning can be performed whenever the servo does not behave well within its installed system; this may include oscillations, overshoot of position or speed, sluggish response, and more.

    The Monitor interface provides an easy way to monitor the status of the RADIX servo in real time. It can also be used to perform simple movement commands.


    In the Control Mode section, choose the appropriate mode:

    1. Speed mode allows the user to control the servo with constant speed commands.

    2. Torque mode allows the user to control the servo with constant torque commands.

    3. Monitor mode allows the user to monitor the servo while it is being controlled by an external controller.

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