Stop the Extra Engineering Work
Let's be frank. Engineering a 90-degree angle for a conveying system is hard. It's more than just a conveyor; it's a machine. Like many machines, it requires significant engineering efforts to get it right. If you're a smaller equipment builder or system integrator, it may cost you more to engineer it than your customer is willing to pay.
August 09, 2017
Calculating Inches/Pulse For Senergy Drives
There are times when you will want to use ConveyLinx and Senergy for more refined motion. With PULSEROLLER Drives you do have repeatable linear motion at a pretty fine (
May 16, 2017
Closing the Loop
We like car analogies so I'll start out this discussion with one. What happens when you're going 45mph with the Cruise Control set and begin ascending up a hill? Well, as you drive up that hill your car will require extra power(torque) or it will naturally begin to slow down. As you start slowing down your car's cruise control feature recognizes
March 02, 2015
Frequent Encounters with ConveyLinx
I recently sat down with our support/engineering team to discuss frequent encounters with customers using ConveyLinx. Let me start by saying the most important thing when commissioning a ConveyLinx system is the initial configuration. As most of you know, the Auto-Configuration starts the process of creating a linear Zero Pressure system. This
January 21, 2016
Reversing Zero Pressure Accumulation
Conveylinx's EasyRoll Software has many features and one of those is to transform (insert cool Transformers sound here) standard Zero Pressure Accumulation into "Bi-Directional or Reversing Conveyor". This beneficial feature can be found in the ConveyLinx Advanced Dialog under the tab "Look Ahead and Timing".
July 01, 2015
With ConveyLogix, you can write your own ladder diagram or structured text logic code that has direct access to the ConveyLinx module's port I/O and motor control. You essentially have an 8 input, 2 logical output, and 2 full functioning BLDC motor connections all on one programmable module.
February 23, 2015