19" three axis piezo motion controller for EC* series positioners

The three axis controller AMC110 drives and controls all ambient and vacuum positioners of the EC* series. The integrated feedback loop for optical encoders enables closed loop operation at ambient and vacuum conditions.

The 19” housing allows straight forward rack integration. In addition, the controller is perfectly suited for table-top operation. The AMC110 can be controlled through Ethernet and is delivered with Windows based Software, DLL, LabViewTM drivers set and JSON command support. Multiple upgrade options are available to ensure the best possible fit for your application (/PRO, /IO, /IDS, /RC and /Rotation Compensation feature).



Modes of Operation
open loop positioningstepping signals for ECS positioners
closed loop positioningclosed loop control for ECS/NUM positioners
remote operationEthernet Port and USB (with adapter)
Size and Dimensions
chassis42.7 x 28 x 4.4 cm³
weightapprox. 4.1 kg
Controller Hardware
power supply100/115/230V, 50 .. 60 Hz
connectorIEC inlet
connection cable (ELE - POS)1 per axis, length: 2m
Software Drivers
driver optionsdirectly through a JSON-based REST API Wrappers for Python, LabVIEW, Matlab, C-Library (Windows/Lin), C#
Output Signals
output connectors26-Pin SubD connector
output voltage rangestepping : 0 .. 45 V; fine positioning : 0..45 VDC
frequency rangestepping : 0 .. 5 kHz (1 axis); stepping : 0 .. 2 kHz (3 axes simultaneously)
output currentstepping : max > 16 A peak
maximum capacitance load2 µF
output noise< 5 mVpp (500 kHz bandwidth)
resolution of signal generation680 µV (16 bit)
Trigger Signals
trigger level definitionLVDS, LVTTL
input trigger1 per axis
trigger interfaceGPIO - port
Features and Upgrades
/PRO featureenhanced functionalities and control for closed loop operation
/IO featurerealtime interfacing with external signals (through GPIO port)
/RC remote control featurewireless control of nanopositioners
AMC/IDS closed loop featureinterferometric position control using attocube`s IDS3010
Rotation Compensation featureFeed-forward runout compensation of a rotator by two xy-stages
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