NextMove - Servo Systems Co.
NextMove
Multi-axis Motion Controllers
NextMove Motion Control Solutions
NextMove Motion
Control Solutions
Motion control solutions today to meet tomorrow’s demands
With today’s automation applications demanding increasing speed and
flexibility to stay ahead, finding a control solution to meet those demands can
be difficult. Baldor has the answer. Utilizing a high performance processor
core coupled with the power, flexibility and ease of use of Baldor’s Mint®
programming language, the NextMove range of motion controllers can take on
the most demanding of multi-axis applications.
A History of Success
Flexible Programming
Baldor’s motion controllers have been at the
At the heart of NextMove’s success and proven
heart of automation machines for nearly two
capability is Baldor’s highly acclaimed motion
decades. The NextMove motion controller family is
programming language, Mint®. Mint provides a
synonymous with power, flexibility and versatility.
high level, easy to use programming language
Operating around the world, NextMove has met the
that encapsulates the needs of multi-axis motion,
demands of a rapidly developing automation world,
HMI, communications, I/O machine control and
providing increased productivity, reliability and
more. Mint allows the NextMove motion controllers
flexibility.
to operate in a stand-alone capacity without the
need for a PC or PLC. Mint ActiveX® controls also
allow complete freedom to program motion, I/O
sequencing and monitoring from any Windows
application. ActiveX applications can be run in
parallel to the embedded Mint application for
increased flexibility.
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P10
NEXTMOVE e100
8, 12, 16-axis stand-alone Ethernet based
motion controller.
P12
NEXTMOVE ESB-2
7, 8-axis stand-alone servo and stepper
motion controller.
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P14
P16
1-8 axis PCI-bus servo and stepper
motion controller.
6-axis Euro card stepper and servo
motion controller.
NEXTMOVE PCI-2
NEXTMOVE ES
NextMove Motion control
Control solutions
Solutions
> Total Automation Solutions
HMI
Flexible Processor Architecture
Text Displays
The NextMove architecture uses floating point Digital Signal
Touch Panels
Processor (DSP) technology coupled with a Field Programmable
Graphics panels
reserved for external discrete logic devices, such as I/O, encoder
PC Software
Motion
PCI Cards
Gate Array (FPGA). The FPGA handles those functions normally
feedback and stepper pulse generation. In using an FPGA, the
NextMove architecture becomes much more flexible. Changes
can be made at a ‘hardware' level, without the need to change
the physical hardware since these functions are programmed
Panel Mount
into the device. This provides flexibility to meet bespoke, custom
Ethernet
to control 6 axes of stepper and customizing NextMove PCI-2 to
3u Rack mount
applications. Examples have included re-configuring NextMove ES
handle a unique 2D position compare output.
Combined, the DSP and FPGA core allow NextMove to tackle the
Drives
Servo
Programmable
Vector
Inverter
most demanding of applications with ease.
Choice of Open or Closed Loop Control
NextMove supports the control of both open loop (steppers) and
closed loop (servo and vector) axes giving you versatility and
cost saving options where you need them. Open loop control
is provided by means of Pulse and Direction signals. These are
Motors
Rotary / Linear
supported by external stepper drivers, including Baldor's own
DSM series of integrated stepper motor/driver. Pulse and Direction
Servo
inputs are also available on Baldor's range of servo drives.
Induction
Closed loop axes are controlled using the industry standard ±10V
Stepper
servo, vector or hydraulic axes. A fast 6 term PID loop ensures
and encoder feedback signals. These can be used to control
Accessories
accurate positioning, precise control and smooth operation of the
Cables
Power supplies
Baldor's latest NextMove controllers, the NextMove e100 supports
the real-time Ethernet protocol, Ethernet Powerlink. Using a
Filters
standard Ethernet cable, up to 16 axes can be connected
Gearboxes
together and their motion interpolated. All necessary data such
Baldor is one of the industry leaders in providing
a complete solution for multi-axis automation
applications. The full range of multi-axis motion
controllers, high performance servo drives, rotary servo
4
axis.
motors and linear motors are designed to seamlessly
interface with each other. This allows you to get on with
the important task of bringing your machine to market.
as command reference and position feedback is sent over the
Ethernet cable, helping to reduce cost, set-up time and improved
system diagnostics
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Flexible Machine Control I/O
CANOpen Bus
NextMove’s I/O structure provides a flexible interface to
I/O is easily expanded using the onboard CANopen port.
NextMove’s I/O capability is further enhanced by Mint’s
Event structure which deals with time critical responses to
the change of state of a digital input. The Mint program can
Group 1
Group 2
Peer-to-peer Communications
input state.
Built into the Mint programming language is the ability
for any Mint based controller, such as a NextMove
controllers or Baldor’s versatile programmable servo
For high speed registration applications, a number of the
drives, Flex+Drive®-II or MintDrive®-II, to communicate with
digital inputs can be defined to latch position to less than
each other over the CANopen network. Unlike many other
1 micro-second. This real-time data can be used to make
networks, peer-to-peer communications can take place
decisions about product position and is ideally suited to
between each node on the network. This can be used to
applications such as labeling, packing machines and printing
exchange data or implement a hierarchical control network.
lines.
This communication capability allows additional axes to be
Choice of Communication Interfaces
added to a machine for expansion or machine variants.
NextMove is equally at home operating stand-alone or
Ethernet Communications
interfacing directly to a PC or PLC via RS232/485 serial
NextMove e100 is our latest generation motion controller to
ports, USB, PCI-bus and Ethernet TCP/IP. Baldor gives you the
join the NextMove family. NextMove e100 sports a real-time
choice to suit your application. PCI-bus is ideally suited for
Ethernet link, utilizing Ethernet Powerlink. This allows up to 16
those applications that require large amounts of data transfer
axes of interpolated motion and many more axes of indexing
between the PC and motion controller. USB handles fast and
motion. Alternatively, NextMove e100 can be configured for
reliable data transfer between the PC and NextMove with the
standard TCP/IP mode for interfacing with the factory network
convenience of an external motion controller.
for remote diagnostics or recipe data updates.
Every NextMove controller is equipped with a CANopen
communication interface. This can be used for I/O expansion
(using industry standard DS401 I/O devices), for interfacing to
Baldor’s HMI devices or for communications with other
Mint controllers.
Flex+Drive-II
Group 3
Example network showing 3 groups of Mint controllers connected via the CANopen network.
respond quickly and effectively without the need to poll the
High Speed Registration Inputs
Flex+Drive-II
Flex+Drive-II
handle those tasks typically undertaken by an external PLC.
Flex+Drive-II
within the Mint programming language allowing NextMove to
Flex+Drive-II
I/O you need for your machine. All I/O can be controlled
MintDrive-II
switches, error input and error outputs. You only define the
MintDrive-II
software for functionality such as safety limits, datum
NextMove ESB
external machine control. I/O points are configured in
ETHERNET
POWERLINK
real-time technology
Refer to catalog BR1202-I for full
information on Baldor's real-time
Ethernet Solution
NextMove Motion Control Solutions
Mint – The Programming
Language for Automation
®
> High speed compiled BASIC programming language for motion
and machine control
> Comprehensive library of motion types including interpolated
moves, cam profiling, flying shears, gearing and more
> Multitasking capability for motion, I/O, HMI and communication
tasks, allows complex applications to be broken down into
simpler, more manageable sub-tasks
> Comprehensive Windows tools including color keyword
highlighting in the editor, software oscilloscope, online help,
drive configuration wizard and auto-tuning
> Modular programming capability, including functions and
subroutines, allows for code re-use and ease of debugging
> ActiveX components (supplied free of charge) aid in the
development of Microsoft Windows® front end applications
> Common programming interface for both NextMove and
Baldor’s intelligent drives, reduces the learning curve
BASIC – the de-facto Programming Language
With 20 years of history, Mint® was designed from the
Startup
outset around the BASIC programming language. It was
Parent
understood then, and is still true today, that BASIC is the
Subroutine
de-facto programming language around the world. Now
Function
in its fifth generation, Mint fully embraces all the modern
BASIC programming functionality including features such as
multitasking, functions and subroutines, data types and local
Event
Task
data. This functionality makes it simple to write and develop
Subroutine
modular programs that are easily understood by others, easily
Function
maintained and easily re-used across different applications.
Global data,
subroutines and
functions in
Parent Task
Data, subroutines
and functions
local to
each task
Task
Mint’s Code Library makes code re-use easy by allowing
snippets of code to be stored and used within other projects.
This is just one of the many features in the Mint development
Multitasking Streamlines Program Flow
front end, Mint WorkBench, which are designed to get you up
With many devices to control and machine functions to
and running quickly.
coordinate, it often helps to be able to structure code into
More than just Motion Control
runtime. Multitasking is one of the key features of Mint.
Mint excels in motion control applications, but is equally
Numerous software tasks can be written, initiated, suspended,
at home in HMI interaction, communications, I/O handling
terminated and prioritized at will, to optimize workflow and
and complex mathematical functions. While some choose a
improve machine performance. In its simplest form consider
standard ‘open’ PLC language platform that offers a ‘standard’
that separate program tasks can be allocated to functions of
set of motion features, those looking for an edge will find it in
motion control, HMI interaction, I/O control, communications and
the advanced motion capabilities of Mint. Many industries at
much more, producing a structured programming solution and
the cutting edge of motion control realize this and find PLC
ensuring more dynamic program flow.
technology limited in its capabilities for motion control.
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specific tasks and allocate them resource dynamically at
Realizing that today’s applications are more demanding, more
precise, more dynamic and more complex, Mint focuses on
providing creative features, advanced motion capabilities and
features for the user to innovate in the application solution.
Time Critical Functions Handled with Ease
Time critical functions, such as responding to the change of state
of inputs are handled with ease by Mint’s event structure. Using
the event structure within Mint is more efficient and faster than
polling the state of an input. Events can be triggered for digital
inputs, move buffer low, errors, position latches and more.
With a large onboard memory, the multitasking capabilities of
Mint can also be used to store multiple programs, for example,
to define machine recipes. Each task can have its own
independent data storage, functions and subroutines.
Comprehensive Library
of Move Types
Powerful Move Buffer Enables
Continuous Motion and More
All axes have a flexible and powerful move buffer system
that allows multiple move commands to be loaded and
then executed. Each entry in the move buffer can contain
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Motion Profiles – Master/Follower
Master follower applications can be geared off any of the
encoder inputs, pulse/direction input, virtual axes or from an
Ethernet Powerlink encoder.
a unique identifier, independent Speed, Acceleration,
Electronic Gearbox & Clutch:
Deceleration and Jerk settings. A configurable Move
Enables two or more shafts to be linked with a
buffer low system event will trigger either a Mint routine
programmable ratio. Any axis can be geared to
or ActiveX service which you can customize to refill the
any other axis. Clutch allows precise start and stop
buffers. Output transitions states, pulse durations and
distances when synchronizing.
even dwell times can be loaded into the move buffer to
Registration on the fly: Offset moves can be
ensure they are synchronous to the axes motion.
superimposed on geared motion for position
correction. This can be triggered from any of the
registration inputs or within Mint.
Some of the more common motion functions are
Electronic CAM: Replaces traditional mechanical
described below
CAMs with servo/vector/stepper motor and software
programmable profiles (relative or absolute).
Flying Shear: Allows position synchronization of a
Motion Profiles – Positional Moves
slave axis to a master, with defined acceleration
Mint offers many flexible move types to suit your
and deceleration profiles - all linked by software to
application requirements.
product movement.
Absolute and Relative: With its own speed,
Virtual Axes: Allows motion to be executed without
acceleration and deceleration defined (including
virtually. Can be used to test applications or as a
trapezoidal and S-ramp profiles).
virtual master for electronic line-shaft applications.
Interpolated motion: Using the deep move buffer,
multiple linear and circular moves can be blended
to create continuous complex motion paths. Intervector angle control allows complex paths to be
executed with minimum disturbance. Feedrates and
Refer to Catalog BR1202-B for
further information on the Mint
programming language.
digital outputs can be loaded with each move for
complete synchronization.
Tangential Knife: Combined with interpolated
motion, an axis can be defined as a knife axis and
will follow the tangent to any 2D application.
Helical Interpolation: For 3 axes, defining a helical
move in 3D space.
Jog Control: A function that allows the
motor to run indefinitely at a defined speed, in
position control.
Splining: Allows a stream of moves, defined in
terms of position, velocity and time, to be blended
for continuous and smooth motion.
Mint
®
Automat
ware
ion Soft
licat
and App
ions
NextMove Motion control
Control solutions
Solutions
Windows® Programming via ActiveX®
The Mint ActiveX tools provide a toolkit for PC based automation. Use C#, Visual Basic®
(.NET & VB6), Visual C++ (.NET & VC6), Delphi™, LabVIEW or any other ActiveX compliant
development tool to implement PC based control of Mint applications. From a simple
HMI display, recipe data and machine diagnostics, through to the calculation of multi-axis
trajectory data and streaming of data to the NextMove controller.
The Mint ActiveX control shares a common Application Programming Interface (API) with the
Mint language. The same keyword in Mint can be found within the ActiveX library making
migration of programs simple, reducing the learning curve when developing in different
languages. In addition to providing access to the Mint commands, the ActiveX control
provides access to diagnostics, events, system configuration and maintenance features such
as firmware and program download.
Application Development Tools
Mint® WorkBench
Program Navigator
Mint WorkBench is a Windows front end
which provides a single commissioning and
Program Editor
development tool across Baldor’s range of
NextMove motion controllers, servo drives and
vector drives. Mint WorkBench offers an easy
Monitoring Tools
to use Windows development front end for
Mint programming, with its color highlighting
Context Sensitive Help
of keywords and context sensitive help. The
Program Navigator makes it a breeze to
Watch Window
navigate the source code, no matter how
complicated.
Features include:
Command Line
>> One tool for all Baldor motion and servo drives
>> Network and drive configuration
Mint Code Library
>> Program Navigator for rapid program
development
>> Mint code library for re-use of commonly used
Mint code sections
Quick Access Tools
>> Full debug capabilities with breakpoints and
variable watch
>> Spy window to monitor common motion
Monitoring Diagnostic and Debugging Tools
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The ‘SPY' window provides a number of simple monitoring and test features organized
into tabs. The default tab shows useful axis status information and allows the user to
select the axis to monitor. Other tabs include the following features :
>> Peer to Peer Comms data exchange
>> DPR (Dual Port Ram) for PCI products
>> CANopen network status
>> Fieldbus monitoring
>> Monitor window with 6 user configured
readouts
>> I/O status monitor
variables and I/O
>> Software oscilloscope eases tuning and
diagnostics
>> Watch window for variable and task monitoring
>> Command line interface to interrogate the
controller even when the program is running
>> SupportMe function with automatic e-mail
generation for rapid technical support
>> Web updates of firmware within Mint WorkBench
>> Easy management of firmware files
HPGL – Low Cost, Industry
Standard Interpolation
HPGL (Hewlett Packard Graphics Language) is an open standard that describes 2D vectored drawing and
is typically used in plotters. With many CAD and drawing applications offering HPGL output, Baldor’s HPGL
interpreter is ideally suited for low cost XY and 2.5D applications such as pen plotters, routers, engravers
and knife cutters.
Standard Commands
Mint – Power and Flexibility
Baldor's HPGL interpreter is able to take standard
Baldor’s HPGL interpreter is written in Mint,
commands sent over the serial interface (including
demonstrating not only the power and flexibility of
USB, PCI-bus and Ethernet) and interpret these in
the programming language, but also providing a
real-time. Commands in HPGL allow straight lines,
fully customizable solution. The HPGL interpreter is
circles and rectangles to be executed.
available as Mint source code and can be tailored
to suit applications such as:
Fast Profiling
Full use is made of Mint’s move buffer to provide
fast and accurate profiling. Features such as intervector angle allow Mint to make decisions about
when to slow down or stop for corners. Feedrate
control allows the machine speed to be controlled
by the operator using, for example, an analog pot.
> Routers and engravers with different Z depth
> Pen plotters
> Knife cutting with tangential knife control
> Glue laying
> And more ...
The HPGL interpreter is supported on all NextMove
controllers and is available to download from the
Baldor motion website www.baldormotion.com.
Mint NC – CAD to Motion
®
> HPGL, DXF and G-Code to motion
> Graphical interface allowing re-ordering of geometry
> No graphic or CNC programming language to learn
> Machine control panel for direct machine control
> Offline mode for planning and object ordering
> Interfaces to NextMove motion controllers
Mint®NC is a comprehensive front end for XYZ type
applications, such as plotters, laser cutters, glue
laying and routers. Full control of any job is provided
both on and offline.
Customization through ActiveX
Where a simpler operator interface is required,
a developer's library is available using ActiveX
technology. This allows custom front ends to be
Using the machine control front end, full machine
quickly and easily realized in applications such as
control is possible, allowing axes to be homed and
Visual Basic and Visual C++.
jogged to new positions. Alternatively, Mint®NC can
be used to translate different CAD and CNC formats
to Mint code which can be executed directly on the
motion controller.
Machine configurations are easily dealt with
using Mint. This acts as a scripting language for
complete machine configuration. Whether a start-up
sequence or new tool sequence is required, Mint
provides complete control over I/O and motion.
MintNC interfaces directly to the NextMove
controller through either the USB or PCI interface.
A demonstration version of MintNC is available to
download from the Baldor motion website
www.baldormotion.com.
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NextMove Motion Control Solutions
NextMove
Real-Time Ethernet Motion Controller
> Ethernet Powerlink - integrated hub
> 16 axes of interpolated motion
> Control many Ethernet devices including
drives, I/O and encoders
> CANopen network manager for low cost
expansion
> RS232/485 and USB communications
> Multitasking Mint® or ActiveX programmable
ETHERNET
POWERLINK
real-time technology
The NextMove e100 builds on the proven NextMove controller family and now integrates management of
a real-time Ethernet network. Drives, I/O devices, sensors, absolute encoders and more can be added to
the Powerlink network and controlled from the Mint programming language. This greatly simplifies system
design and installation, and simultaneously expands the capabilities of the NextMove e100 as a machine
control platform.
Interpolation on 16 Axes
Manage many more Positioning Drive Axes
NextMove e100 can perform interpolation on 16 axes, as either
Many devices can be connected on Ethernet Powerlink.
a single coordinate group or as multiple coordinate systems
DS402 positioning drives, such as the MicroFlex e100 provide
operating independently, with their own scale factors and move
additional axes of control. These additional axes provide
buffers. Alternatively all 16 can operate as independent axes.
simple point to point motion, homing sequences, jog control
and torque demand functions. Examples include guide axes,
indexers, conveyors, tension rollers etc.
> Technical Data
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Number of Axes
16 interpolated axes in single or multiple coordinate groups.
Manage dozens of independent DS402 positioning drives (non interpolated)
Axis Type
ETHERNET Powerlink (EPL) v2
3 off closed loop axes ±10v interface with 5V TTL incremental encoder inputs
4 off open loop axes - Stepper interface (Step & Direction outputs) 5V differential line driver (Darlington) (5MHz) or 5V
open collector single ended (500KHz max) selected by order option
Powerlink Device
EPL DS401 I/O devices for I/O expansion
EPL DS402 Positioning Drives such as MicroFlex e100
EPL Absolute Encoders
Number of nodes limited only by memory
Contact Baldor for information on additional 3rd party products supported.
Ethernet
Specification: 100Mbit - IEEE802.3u compliant
Protocol : Ethernet Powerlink V2 (EPL) and IP protocols TCP/UDP
Interface : Integrated 2 port Hub for daisy chain connection
Cable type : CAT5e Shielded cable, RJ45 connectors, Max 100m(330ft) each.
Address: 2 off rotary HEX switches sets node and private device IP address
On-Board Memory
4MByte Flash for firmware and non-volatile program storage. 10MByte SRAM
32kByte FRAM for non-volatile variable data storage
Digital Inputs
20 opto-isolated 24VDC. 1mS sample rate. All inputs Interrupt capable.
May be connected positive or negative common (for use with NPN or PNP output transistors)
Software configurable for limits (forward and reverse), home, stop and drive error
Fast Inputs
The first 4 of digital inputs can be configured for high speed position capture of axis position
1ųsec capture time
100 Mbit/s
Ethenet Powerlink
TCP/IP
RS485
115,200
Baud
USB 1.1
12 Mbit/s
500 kBaud
isolated
CAN
Serial
Port
USB
Port
CAN
Port
2 Port Hub
4 MByte
FLASH
8 MByte
SRAM
2 MByte
SRAM
32KByte
FRAM
Parameter Storage
Ethernet
Port
Communications Processor
120MHz
DSP
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FPGA
Stepper
Out
4 Channels
Step & Direction
5MHz
Encoder
In
3 Channels
ABZ Differential
20MHz post
quadrature
4 Channels
12-bit +/-10V
3x for servo/vector control
1x general purpose
Analog
Out
Digital
In
Digital
Out
Relay
Out
Analog
In
> Ordering Information
20 channels 12 channels 1 channel 2 Channels
NPN/PNP
PNP
24VDC 12-bit +/-10V
opto-isolated opto-isolated
125mA
differential
12-24V
12-24V
Integrated Two Port Ethernet Hub
Catalog Number
Description
NXE100-16xxDB
NextMove e100 - 8,12 or 16 Axis motion
controller: Differential stepper outputs
NXE100-16xxSB
NextMove e100 - 8,12 or 16 Axis motion
controller: Single ended open collector
stepper outputs for use with DSM
integrated stepper/driver motors
CBL001-501
RS232 serial cable
Note: 2m (6.6ft) USB cable supplied
Connecting multiple devices on the Ethernet network is
simplified by an integrated 2 port hub. Simply daisy chain
the connection to the next device in the system.
xx = 08, 12, or 16 for number of supported axes
TCP/IP Communications via ActiveX®
In addition to the deterministic mode of Ethernet Powerlink,
See page 20 for the complete Product Ordering Information.
the NextMove e100 can also operated in an open mode,
using TCP/IP messaging. This features is supported by
Baldor's Mint ActiveX tools, which can provide control of a
network of drives from a Windows based PC. In this mode
the Ethernet interface acts as a standard TCP/IP network
port.
State of the Art Design
The e100 family utilizes a separate processor to deal with all
communications requirements, leaving the main Digital Signal Processor
(DSP) to handle time critical motion tasks. A Field Programmable Gate Array
(FPGA) core provides flexibility of design allowing updates to hardware to be
issued by firmware and not fixed in design as they would be with ASICs or
any other discrete logic devices.
Refer to catalog BR1202-I for full information on Baldor's real-time Ethernet Solution
Digital Outputs
12 opto-isolated 12-24VDC PNP
Software configurable for drive enable
50mA typical per channel, 350mA max load for single channel up to 500mA total for 8 channels
Relay Output
Single output for drive enable. Form C (SPDT) relay rated at 24V (150mA)
Common, normally open, normally closed. Fail safe operation-relay de-energized on an error.
Function defined in Mint
Analog Outputs
3 outputs for drive command signals. ±10V, 12-bit resolution
1 general purpose ±10V 12-bit output
Analog Inputs
2 off differential ±10V operation 12 bit resolution.
Serial Port
User selectable RS485/232 via 9 pin Sub-D. Maximum baud rate 115,200
USB1.1 (12Mbit/sec) supported on Windows 2000/XP/Vista. A 2m (6.6ft) cable is supplied
CANbus Port
Single CAN port via standard 9 pin Sub-D connector. CANopen DS301:
Support for CANopen DS401 I/O devices, Master functionality for peer-to-peer communications with other Mint nodes
DS402 Positioning drives management
Power Requirements
24VDC ±10% : 70W
Environmental Limits
Operating Temperature 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°C)
Weight
0.85Kg (1.87 lbs)
Dimensions
L 262mm (10.3") : W 135mm (5.32") : H 45mm (1.77")
Programming
Mint® - Multitasking Motion Basic.
Windows 9X/NT/2000/XP/Vista (32-bit only) via ActiveX control
All Windows ActiveX libraries supplied free of charge.
NextMove Motion Control Solutions
NextMove ESB-2
Flexible Machine Controller
> 3 or 4 axes of closed loop control plus 4
axes of open loop control
> 1 or 2 auxiliary encoder channels for
following position verification
> Onboard digital and analog I/O
> CANopen for distributed control
> RS232/485 and USB communications
> Multitasking Mint® or ActiveX programmable
NextMove ESB-2 is an economic stand-alone motion controller, running multitasking Mint programs, for up
to 4 axes of closed loop control (servo/vector) and 4 axes of open loop control (step/dir outputs). Application
versatility is boosted by onboard I/O and a CANbus interface for implementing PLC-style machine control
functions.
Complete Machine Control
NextMove ESB-2's complement of onboard digital and analog
I/O allows the controller to be employed as a complete
machine controller. In many cases this eliminates the need for
setup and configuration providing a fast and reliable
connection to the PC.
an external PLC or other host device. The I/O can be expanded
Stand-alone Operation
easily by means of the controller’s CANbus port. CAN I/O
Onboard flash memory and NextMove's Mint programming
devices using the standard CANopen protocol, industry
capabilities allow the controller to be operated stand-alone
standard DS401 CAN analog and digital I/O can be used.
without the need for an external PLC or PC. The onboard
The controller's low profile form factor and two part screw
terminal connectors makes it simple to wire into a control
> Technical Data
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panel. The onboard USB port is easily accessible for system
communications channels, including RS232/485, CANopen
and USB make it easier to interface to these devices should
the application dictate. A simple ASCII protocol allows data
transfer between the host and the NextMove controller.
Number of Axes
Option of 3 or 4 closed loop axes plus 4 open loop axes
Axis Type
Closed loop servo/vector: PID with velocity and acceleration feed forward terms. 100ųsec update
Open loop: step/direction. 500kHz max. frequency. Differential or 5V open collector option available
Position Feedback
Servo/Vector: Incremental encoder: RS422 differential AB signals with index (Z) pulse. 20MHz max. frequency
Can be used as a master position reference for following applications
Auxiliary Encoders
2 available with 3 axis closed loop variant - 1 available with 4 axis closed loop variant.
Can be used for position following, position verification or dual encoder feedback
On-board Memory
2MByte Flash for firmware and program storage. 2MByte SRAM. 32kBytes FRAM for parameter storage
Connector Types
Two part screw terminals and D-type connectors
Digital Inputs
20 opto-isolated 24VDC. 1ms sample rate
May be connected to positive or negative common (for use with NPN or PNP output transistors)
Software configurable for limits (forward and reverse), home, stop and drive error
Fast Position Latch Inputs
The first 4 of digital inputs can be configured for high speed position capture of axis position
1ųsec capture time
Digital Outputs
12 opto-isolated 12-24VDC PNP. Software configurable for drive enable
50mA per channel, 350mA max source per channel, 500mA max for 8 channels
Relay Output
Single output for drive enable. Form C (SPDT) relay rated at 24V (150mA)
Common, normally open, normally closed. Fail safe operation-relay de-energized on an error
RS232/485
115,200
Baud
USB 1.1
12 Mbit/s
2-12 bit
differential
Serial
Port
USB
Port
Analog
In
2 MByte
SRAM
2 MByte
FLASH
120MHz
DSP
FPGA
32KByte
FRAM
Parameter Storage
Stepper
Out
4 Channels
Step & Direction
500kHz
Differential or single ended
Encoder
In
5 Channels
ABZ Differential
20MHz post
quadrature
Analog
Out
CAN
Port
500 kBaud
isolated
CAN
Digital
In
Digital
Out
4 Channels
12-bit +/-10V
for servo/vector control
or general purpose
Relay
Out
20 channels 12 channels 1 channel
NPN/PNP
PNP
24VDC
opto-isolated opto-isolated 125mA
12-24V
12-24V
Flexible Programming
Open Loop Control
Programming flexibility is further
Open loop axes can be controlled
enhanced with the ability to develop
from any of the four step and direction
Windows applications using the supplied
outputs. The step/direction outputs can
ActiveX® control. The ActiveX control
also be used to interface to Baldor’s
allows motion and I/O sequencing to be
FlexDrive-II or MicroFlex™ servo drives,
performed in any Windows programming
which combined with the 3 or 4 closed
tool, such as Visual Basic.
loop axes, can give up to 8 axes of servo
Closed Loop Control
control.
Servo and vector axes are controlled
from the industry standard ±10V analog
outputs and encoder feedback. The
NextMove ESB-2 has a fast 6 term PID
loop for fine control of the servo axes.
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> Ordering Information
Baldor's range of DSMS integrated
Catalog Number
Description
NSB202-501
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
3 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS232
NSB202-502
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
3 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS485
NSB203-501
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
3 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS232
NSB203-502
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
3 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS485
NSB204-501
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
4 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS232
NSB204-502
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
4 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS485
NSB205-501
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
4 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS232
NSB205-502
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
4 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS485
stepper motors/drivers are ideally suited
for use with NextMove ESB-2. The DSMS
motor/driver combination requires only
power and pulse/direction in order to
operate.
NextMove ESB-2 is ideally matched with
Baldor’s FlexDrive-II and MicroFlex™
range of servo drives, BSM servo and
See page 20 for the complete Product Ordering Information.
linear motor ranges for a complete servo
control system.
Analog Inputs
2 differential inputs. ±10V operation. 12-bit resolution
Analog Outputs
3 or 4 outputs for drive command signals. ±10V, 12-bit resolution
1 general purpose ±10V 12-bit output - 3 axis servo variant only
Serial Port
RS232 via 9-pin D-type. Maximum Baud rate 115,200
Optional RS485 port via 9-pin D-type
USB 1.1 (12 Mbit/sec) supported by Windows 2000/XP/Vista. A 2m (6ft) USB cable is supplied
CANbus Port
Single CANopen port via RJ45 connector.
CANopen DS301: Support for CANopen DS401 I/O devices
Master functionality for peer-to-peer communications with other Mint nodes
Maximum of 63 nodes supported on the network
Power Requirements
+24VDC ±10% - 70W
Environmental Limits
Operating temperature 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
Weight
0.85kg (1.87 lbs.)
Dimensions
L: 262mm (10.31"). W: 135mm (5.32"). H: 45mm (1.77")
Programming
Mint® - Multitasking Motion Basic
Windows 9X/NT/2000/XP/Vista (32-bit only) via ActiveX control
All Windows ActiveX libraries supplied free of charge
NextMove Motion Control Solutions
NextMove PCI-2
> 1-8 axis PCI-bus servo/stepper
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loop motion controller
Fast floating point processor
Onboard digital and analog I/O
CANopen for distributed control
High speed PCI bus interface
Multitasking Mint® or ActiveX programmable
NextMove PCI-2 is a high performance PCI card motion controller for 1 to 8 axes of open (stepper) or closed
(servo/vector) loop control providing high speed interpolation between all axes, or synchronization with an
external master encoder.
The motion control capability is based on a high-performance
DSP core running the latest multitasking version of the Mint®
language. An onboard complement of digital I/O and analog
I/O allows NextMove PCI-2 to be employed for machine control,
eliminating the need for a separate I/O controller such as a
PLC. The onboard I/O can be easily expanded by means of
the controller’s CANopen port, supporting DS401 CANopen I/O
devices.
High Speed PC Interface
NextMove PCI-2 provides a high speed data interface between
the motion controller and PC by means of Dual Port RAM (DPR).
With 16kBytes of shared memory, this can be used for high speed
data transfer. Reserved locations within DPR are used to provide
diagnostic information such as axis position and error codes and
are instantly accessible.
Industry Standard Interface
Servo or vector axes are controlled from the industry standard
±10V analog outputs (16-bit) and encoder feedback. Stepper
axes are controlled through pulse and direction outputs. Axes
can be mixed in any application.
> Technical Data
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Number of Axes
1-4 axes of servo/vector and stepper on each NextMove PCI-2 card.
Axis Type
Closed Loop: (servo/vector), PID with velocity and acceleration feedforward terms. 100цsec update rate for 4 axes
Open Loop: Stepper with differential step and direction outputs to 3MHz
Position Feedback
4 channels of incremental encoder: RS422 differential AB signals with index (Z) pulse 10MHz max frequency
On-board Memory
2MBytes high speed SRAM for firmware, program storage and user data
32kBytes NVRAM (12kBytes available for parameter storage)
Connector Types
100-pin high density connector. Breakout board available with screw terminals and D-type connectors
Digital Inputs
20 opto-isolated 24V. 1ms sample rate
May be connected to positive or negative common (for use with NPN or PNP output transistors)
Software configurable for limits, home, stop and drive error
Fast Position Latch
4 inputs for high speed position capture of axis and master encoder positions
Assigned from the 20 digital inputs. < 1µsec capture time per input
Digital Outputs
12 opto-isolated 12-24V PNP (Darlington) or NPN (FET) outputs
Software configurable for drive enable
50mA per channel, 350mA max source per channel, 500mA max for 8 channels
Relay Output
Single output for drive enable. Form C (SPDT) relay rated at 24V (150mA)
Common, normally open, normally closed. Fail safe operation: relay de-energized on an error
Analog Inputs
4 differential inputs
12-bit resolution ±10V operation with second order Butterworth filter (cut off frequency of 1kHz)
33MHz PCI
Bus with memory
mapped DPR
and interrupt capacity
Master Encoder Input
ABZ Differential
4 Channels
10MHz post
12-bit +/-10V
quadrature
differential
16KBytes
DPR
2MByte
SRAM
32kByte
NVRAM
Encoder
In
120MHz
DSP
Analog
In
FPGA
1-8 profiled axes
Stepper
Out
1-4 Channels
Step & Direction
3MHz differential
Encoder
In
1-4 Channels
ABZ Differential
10MHz post
quadrature
Analog
Out
CAN
Port
Digital
In
Digital
Out
20 channels 12 channels
PNP/NPN
PNP or NPN
opto-isolated opto-isolated
12-24V
12-24V
500 kBaud
Isolated CAN
15
1-4 Channels
16-bit +/-10V
for servo/vector control
Relay
Out
1 Channel
Enable
Output
> Ordering Information
Catalog Number
Description
PCI201-501 (-511)
NextMove PCI 1 axis servo/stepper
controller PNP outputs (-NPN)
PCI201-502 (-512)
NextMove PCI 2 axis servo/stepper
controller PNP outputs (-NPN)
PCI201-503 (-513)
NextMove PCI 3 axis servo/stepper
controller PNP outputs (-NPN)
PCI201-504 (-514)
NextMove PCI 4 axis servo/stepper
controller PNP outputs (-NPN)
Flexible Axis Configuration
Breakout Board eases Wiring
PCI201-508 (-518)
NextMove PCI 8 axis (4 servo + 4
stepper) controller. PNP outputs (-NPN)
NextMove PCI-2 is available in axis
The optional breakout board connects to
PCI003-502
Breakout board
variants from 1 through to 4 axes, or as
the NextMove PCI-2 via a 100-way cable
CBL021-501
1m (3ft) 100-pin cable (for use with
controller and breakout)
an 8 axis variant, to suit the application.
(available in lengths up to 3m/9ft) and
CBL021-502
1.5m (4.9ft) 100-pin cable
A 4 axis NextMove PCI-2 will allow control
provides screw terminal connectors the
CBL021-503
3m (9.8ft) 100-pin cable
of up to 4 axes, servo or stepper. The 8
I/O and D-type connectors for the
axis NextMove PCI-2 provide controls all
encoder signals.
8 on-board axes - 4 servo and 4 stepper.
See page 20 for the complete Product Ordering Information.
Analog Outputs
4 outputs for drive command signals. ±10V, 16-bit resolution. Programmable sign bit
Programmable for 16, 14 and 12-bit operation.
Master Encoder
One channel for synchronization and following applications
Incremental encoder: RS422 differential AB signals with index (Z) pulse. 20MHz max frequency
Communication Interface
33MHz PCI bus
16kByte memory mapped Dual Port RAM (DPR) with interrupt capability
CANbus Port
Single CANopen port via RJ45 connector.
CANopen DS301. Support for CANopen DS401 I/O devices
Master functionality for peer-to-peer communications with other Mint nodes
Maximum of 63 nodes supported on the network
Power Requirements
+3.3V @1A
+5V @ 350mA (additional current required when powering the encoders from the +5V supply)
±12V @ 250mA
15W power consumption
Environmental Limits
Operating temperature 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) ambient
Weight
0.31kg (0.67lb.)
Dimensions
Short PCI card (7")
Programming
Mint® - Multitasking Motion Basic
Windows 9X/NT/2000/XP/Vista (32-bit only) via ActiveX control
All Windows ActiveX libraries supplied free of charge
NextMove Motion Control Solutions
NextMove ES
Intelligent 6-Axis Machine Controller
> 6-axis stand-alone stepper and servo motion
>
>
>
>
>
>
controller
Fast floating point processor
Onboard digital and analog I/O
CANopen for distributed control
Mint® or ActiveX programmable
RS232/485 and USB communications
Eurocard rack format
NextMove ES is an economical rack mounted motion controller, running the multitasking Mint motion
language programs, for up to 2 axes of servo/vector and 4 axes of steppers . Application versatility is boosted
by onboard I/O and a CANbus interface for implementing PLC-style machine control functions.
NextMove ES's complement of onboard
digital and analog I/O allows the
controller to be employed as a complete
machine controller, in many cases
eliminating the need for an external
PLC or other host device. The I/O can
be expanded easily by means of the
controller’s CANbus port. CAN I/O devices
are available from Baldor or alternatively,
using the standard CANopen protocol,
industry standard DS401 CAN analog and
digital I/O can be used.
> Technical Data
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Industry Standard Interface
Servo and vector axes are controlled
from the industry standard ±10V analog
outputs and encoder feedback. The
NextMove ES has a fast 6 term PID loop
for fine control of the servo axes.
NextMove ES is matched ideally to the
EuroFlex servo drive. EuroFlex™, a rack
mount EuroCard format drive can sit
alongside any NextMove ES controller
within a standard rack mount chassis.
EuroFlex rack mount
servo drive.
Number of Axes
6 total: 2 servo/vector, 4 stepper
Axis Type
Servo/Vector: PID with velocity and acceleration feedforward terms. 100µsec update rate for 2 axes
Stepper: pulse and direction. 500 kHz max. frequency. 5V open collector Darlington
Position Feedback
Servo/Vector: Incremental encoder: RS422 differential AB signals with index (Z) pulse. 20MHz max frequency
Can be used as a master position reference for following applications
On-board Memory
2MByte Flash for firmware and program storage
2MByte SRAM. 32kBytes FRAM (non-volatile RAM) for parameter storage
Connector Types
96-pin DIN41612
Optional breakout board with two part screw terminals and D-type connectors
Digital Inputs
20 inputs. 5V TTL. 1ms sample rate
Opto-isolated backplane available
May be connected to positive or negative common (for use with NPN or PNP output transistors)
Software configurable for limits, home, stop and drive error
Fast Position Latch
First 4 of digital inputs can be configured for high speed position capture of axis positions
< 1µsec capture time
Digital Outputs
12 opto-isolated. 5V open collector Darlington. Opto-isolated backplane available
Software configurable for drive enable
50mA per channel, 350mA max source per channel, 500mA max for 8 channels
Relay Output
Single output for drive enable. Form C (SPDT) relay rated at 24V (150mA)
Common, normally open, normally closed. Fail safe operation: relay de-energized on an error
RS232/485
115,200
Baud
USB 1.1
12 Mbit/s
Serial
Port
USB
Port
Pulse/Direction
in 5V TTL
20MHz max 2-12 bit
for following differential
applications
Pulse
In
Analog
In
17
2MByte
SRAM
2MByte
FLASH
120MHz
DSP
FPGA
32KByte
FRAM
Parameter Storage
CAN
Port
500 kBaud
isolated
CANopen
Digital
In
Digital
Out
20 channels 12 channels
5V TTL* Open collector
Darlington*
Stepper
Out
4 Channels Step &
Direction @ 500kHz
Boost output 5V
open collector
Encoder
In
2 Channels
ABZ Differential
20MHz post
quadrature
Analog
Out
4 Channels
12-bit +/-10V
for servo/vector
control
Relay
Out
1 relay
*Optional opto-isolated backplane available
Open Loop Control
Choice of Backplanes
Stepper and open loop axes can be
controlled from any of the four step and
direction outputs. The stepper outputs
can also be used to interface to Baldor’s
FlexDrive-II and MicroFlex™ drives.
A choice of backplanes are available for
Alternatively, Baldor's range of integrated
available with and without opto-isolation.
use with NextMove ES. These provide
two part screw terminals for the logic
> Ordering Information
signals and 9-pin D-type connectors
the encoder signals. Backplanes are
Catalog Number
Description
NES002-501
NextMove ES controller with USB
and RS232
documented to allow development of
NES002-502
NextMove ES controller with USB
and RS485
custom backplanes.
BPL010-501
Non-isolated backplane
NextMove ES’s USB interface provides
BPL010-502
Isolated backplane PNP
a fast and reliable connection to the
BPL010-503
Isolated backplane NPN
CBL001-501
RS232 serial cable
Note: 2m (6.6ft) USB cable
supplied
stepper motor/drivers, the DSM series,
can be used.
Fast PC Communications
NextMove ES's 96-pin connector is fully
PC. An RS232 or optional RS485 port is
available for connection to PLCs and HMI
units, in addition to the PC.
See page 20 for the complete Product Ordering Information.
Analog Inputs
2 differential inputs. ±10V operation. 12-bit resolution
Analog Outputs
4 outputs: 2 for drive command signals plus 2 spare. ±10V, 12-bit resolution. Programmable sign bit
Pulse/Direction Input
Accepts pulse train input with direction. For following type applications
5V TLL level inputs. 20MHz max. input frequency
Serial Port
RS232 via 9-pin D-type. Maximum Baud rate of 115,200
Optional RS485 port via 9-pin D-type
USB 1.1 (12 Mbit/sec) supported by Windows 2000/XP/Vista. A 2m (6ft) USB cable is supplied
CANbus Port
Single CANopen port via RJ45 connector
CANopen DS301. Support for CANopen DS401 I/O devices
Master functionality for peer-to-peer communications with other Mint nodes
Maximum of 63 nodes supported on the network
Power Requirements
+5VDC @ 1A, ±12VDC @ 100mA
Environmental Limits
Operating temperature 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
Weight
100g (0.24lb.) approx.
Dimensions
L: 160mm (6.30"); H: 100mm (3.94")
Programming
Mint® - Multitasking Motion Basic
Windows 9X/NT/2000/XP/Vista (32-bit only) via ActiveX control
All Windows ActiveX libraries supplied free of charge
control solutions
NextMove Motion Control
Solutions
> Product Overview
NextMove e100
NextMove ESB-2
NextMove PCI-2
Physical Format
Panel Mount
Panel Mount
PCI
EuroCard
Number of Axes
16 (1)
7 or 8
1-8
6
Servo/Vector Axes
(Closed Loop)
3 (±10V)
16 (Powerlink)
3 or 4
1-4
2
Stepper Axes
(Open Loop)
4
4
1-4
4
Processor Speed
120 MHz
120 MHz
120 MHz
120 MHz
FLASH Memory
4 MByte
2 MByte
-
2 MByte
User Memory
1 MByte
1 MByte
1 MByte
1 MByte
Battery Backup
No
No
No
No
Non-volatile memory (32 bit words)
4064
4064
3071
4064
Ethernet Powerlink








Ethernet TCP/IP
RS232 Ports
User Select
1
0
1
RS485 Ports
User Select

0

USB Ports (12 Mbit/s)
1
1
0
1
CANopen Port
CANopen DS401 I/O Master


CANopen DS402 Master







PCI Interface






Digital Inputs
20
20
20
20
Opto-isolated
PNP/NPN
PNP/NPN
PNP/NPN

High Speed Position Latches (4)
4
4
4
4
Quadrature position counters (7)
0
1
0
1
Digital Outputs
12
12
12
12
Opto-isolated
PNP
PNP
PNP/NPN

High Speed Position
Compare Outputs (5)
4 (6)
4 (6)
4 (6)
4 (6)
2D Position Compare




Analog Outputs
4 x 12 bit
4 x 12 bit
4 x 16 bit
4 x 12 bit
Analog Inputs
4 x 12 bit
4 x 12 bit
4 x 12 bit
2 x 12 bit
Relay Outputs
1
1
1
1
Master Encoder Inputs (3)
0 (2)
2 or 1 (6)
1
0
MintNC Supported








HPGL Supported
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NextMove ES
 Supported
 Not-Supported  Option
(1) Support for up to 16 axes of coordinated motion and many more axes of non-coordinated motion via DS402
(2) Ethernet Powerlink encoders supported
(3) Local axis encoder can be configured for use as a master encoder
(4) Uses first 4 digital inputs for fast position latch
(5) Uses first 4 digital outputs for fast position compare
(6) Depends on servo axis configuration
(7) 3 digital inputs can be configured to count a 24V quadrature signal (ABZ)
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HMI Panels
Refer to catalog BR1202-H for full information.
Baldor’s range of programmable HMI panels
offers everything from simple text displays through
to large color touch screen panels.
> Text displays with 4x20 character displays
> Touch screen displays from mono 3.8" to color
TFT 12.1"
All displays are programmable with an easy to
use Windows front end, removing the burden of
handling the HMI task from the motion controller.
Communications to NextMove is via serial or
CANopen communications.
Cables
A range of cables, both
pre-made and raw, are
CANopen Slice I/O
available to match the
NextMove motion controller to Baldor’s range of
System I/O can be expanded at any drive or
servo drives. Available in different lengths, the pre-
motion controller via the on board CANopen port.
made cables are fitted with appropriate connectors
The din-rail mount I/O system is configured from
at both ends, reducing set-up time and costs.
a selection of digital and analog I/O slices to suite
the application requirements. Special purpose
slices are also available.
Power Supply Units
Baldor offers a range of 24V power supply
units (PSU) that are ideal for powering
NextMove controllers and the control
electronics of the Baldor servo drives. With a
universal 110-240 VAC input, the PSU’s are
available with current ratings of 3.2A (75W),
5A (120W) and 10A (240W). A 120W unit is
capable of powering a single NextMove ESB-2
and 3 MicroFlex servo drives.
Encoder Splitter Boards
Baldor encoder splitter boards take a single
encoder input signal (typically from a master
encoder) and splits the signal to multiple drives
or motion controllers.
NextMove Motion Control Solutions
> Ordering Information
NextMove e100
Catalog Number
Description
NXE100-16xxDB
NextMove e100 - 8,12 or 16 Axis motion controller:
Differential stepper outputs
NXE100-16xxSB
NextMove e100 - 8,12 or 16 Axis motion controller:
Single ended open collector stepper outputs for use
with DSM integrated stepper/driver motors
xx = 08, 12, or 16 for number of supported axes
NextMove PCI-2
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Catalog Number
Description
PCI201-501 (-511)
NextMove PCI-2 1 axis servo/stepper controller PNP
outputs (-NPN)
PCI201-502 (-512)
NextMove PCI-2 2 axis servo/stepper controller PNP
outputs (-NPN)
PCI201-503 (-513)
NextMove PCI-2 3 axis servo/stepper controller PNP
outputs (-NPN)
PCI201-504 (-514)
NextMove PCI-2 4 axis servo/stepper controller PNP
outputs (-NPN)
PCI201-508 (-518)
NextMove PCI-2 8 axis (4 servo + 4 stepper) controller.
PNP outputs (-NPN)
PCI003-502
Breakout unit with two part screw terminals
CBL021-501
1m (3ft) 100-pin cable (for use with controller and
breakout)
CBL021-502
1.5m (4.9ft) 100-pin cable
CBL021-503
3m (9.8ft) 100-pin cable
NextMove ESB-2
Catalog Number
Description
NSB202-501
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
3 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS232
NSB202-502
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
3 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS485
NSB203-501
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
3 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS232
NSB203-502
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
3 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS485
NSB204-501
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
4 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS232
NSB204-502
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
4 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS485
NSB205-501
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
4 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS232
NSB205-502
NextMove ESB-2 controller with USB.
4 closed loop axes. 4 open loop
differential axes. RS485
NextMove ES
Catalog Number
Description
NES002-501
NextMove ES controller with USB and
RS232
NES002-502
NextMove ES controller with USB and
RS485
BPL010-501
Non-isolated backplane
BPL010-502
Isolated backplane PNP
BPL010-503
Isolated backplane NPN
CBL001-501
RS232 serial cable
Note: 2m (6.6ft) USB cable supplied
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> Accessories
Programmable HMI Panels
Refer to catalog BR1202-H for full information.
Catalog Number
Description
KPD-KG420-20
4x20 character text/graphic display with
numerical keypad.
KPD-KG420-30
4x20 character text/graphic display with
numerical keypad and additional function keys
KPD-KG840-10
8x40 character text/graphic display with alphanumerical keypad
KPD-TS03M-10
3.8" mono touch screen
KPD-TS05M-10
5.7" mono touch screen
Catalog Number
Description
KPD-TS05C-30
5.7" color (TFT) touch screen
DR-75-24
24V Universal Power Supply. 75W/3.2A output
KPD-TS05C-30E
5.7" color (TFT) touch screen with Ethernet
DR-120-24
24V Universal Power Supply. 120W/5.0A output
KPD-TS10C-30E
10.4" color (TFT) touch screen with Ethernet
DRP-240-24
24V Universal Power Supply. 240W/10A output
KPD-TS12C-30E
12.1" color (TFT) touch screen with Ethernet
KPD-OPTC
CANopen option card
Power Supply Units
Cables
Encoder Splitter Boards
Catalog Number
Description
OPT029-501
4 channel encoder splitter board (DIN rail
mount)
OPT029-502
8 channel encoder spliiter board (DIN rail
mount)
Catalog Number
Description
CBL001-501
RS232 serial cable
CAN/Ethernet Cables
CLB002CM-EXS
0.2 meter (0.8ft) Shielded RJ45 Cable
CLB005CM-EXS
0.5 meter (1.6ft) Shielded RJ45 Cable
CLB010CM-EXS
1 meter (3.2ft) Shielded RJ45 Cable
CLB020CM-EXS
2 meter (6.5ft) Shielded RJ45 Cable
CLB050CM-EXS
5 meter (16.3ft) Shielded RJ45 Cable
CLB100CM-EXS
10 meter (32.7ft) Shielded RJ45 Cable
Motion Feedback Cables: Motion feedback cables connect the
drive encoder output signal to the NextMove encoder input, providing
position feedback. Different lengths are available
Series II/MicroFlex to NextMove e100/ESB-2/ES
CBLxxxMF-E3B
Mint NC
Catalog Number
Description
MNC001-501
Mint®NC – CAD to Motion Windows front end
Motion feedback cable
Specify length: 005 (0.5m/1.6ft); 010 (1m/3.2ft);
015 (1.5m/4.8ft); 020 (2m/6.5ft); 030 (3m/9.8ft);
040 (4m/13.1ft); 050 (5m/16.3ft)
®
Series II/MicroFlex to NextMove PCI-2
CBLxxxMF-E3A
Motion feedback cable
Specify length: 005 (0.5m/1.6ft); 010 (1m/3.2ft);
015 (1.5m/4.8ft); 020 (2m/6.5ft); 030 (3m/9.8ft);
040 (4m/13.1ft); 050 (5m/16.3ft)
Motor power, motor feedback and raw cables are also available. Please refer to brochure
BR1202-H for further details.
NextMove Motion Control Solutions
Servo Drive Solutions
Whether you are looking for a simple servo drive or a fully programmable drive, Baldor
has the answer. Baldor servo drives have been at the heart of automation for over 20
years and have been used in thousands of applications across the world. Our latest
drives build on the reputation of quality and ease of use and are ideally matched to
Baldor’s range of NextMove motion controllers, rotary servo motors and linear servo
motors. Commissioning and setup use the same acclaimed Mint® WorkBench Windows
tool as the NextMove controllers, reducing the learning curve and improving productivity.
MicroFlex™
Refer to catalog BR1202-D for full information.
Baldor’s MicroFlex is a compact brushless servo drive capable of powering either
rotary or linear motors, and is available in single phase 110-230VAC 50/60Hz or 3
phase 230VAC operation in current ratings of 3, 6 and 9 amps. Feedback is software
programmable, accepting encoder, SSI (Synchronous Serial Interface) or Hall-effect
sensors. Resolver feedback is available as an option. The MicroFlex e100 offers a fully
digital solution utilizing Ethernet Powerlink to reduce wiring between the drive and
motion controller (NextMove e100), increasing reliability and improving set-up time.
FlexDrive-II, Flex+Drive®-II and MintDrive®-II
Refer to catalog BR1202-D for full information.
Baldor’s Series-II servo drives offer high performance control of both rotary and linear brushless servo motors. This
fully featured drive family offer different feedback options (resolver, incremental and absolute multi-turn encoders) and
fieldbusses (CANopen, DeviceNet and Profibus-DP). Models are available with single phase 115/230VAC (2.5 to 7.5A) or
universal three phase 180-460 VAC (2.5 to 27.5A) inputs.
The FlexDrive-II is a servo drive for connection to a motion controller or PLC accepting the industry standard ±10V analog
interface. The Flex+Drive-II is a versatile indexing drive. In addition to setting position or speeds within a simple Windows
front end, Flex+Drive-II is programmable in a single tasking version of Baldor’s motion language, Mint®. The MintDrive-II
provides the ultimate solution for single axis applications. Support the acclaimed multitasking version of Mint, MintDrive-II
is ideally suited for following type applications requiring cam profiles, flying shears or positional offsets.
MotiFlex™ e100
Refer to catalog BR1202-I for full information.
Baldor's MotiFlex™ e100 is new range of high performance multi-axis drives providing a single platform for
drive solutions for automation. MotiFlex integrates state of the art DSP technology specifically designed for
motor control, with a real-time Ethernet Powerlink platform, modular construction and Baldor's Mint® motion
control technology. With universal AC operation and current ratings from 1.5 to 33.5 Amps in two package
sizes, MotiFlex has software selectable Servo or AC vector modes and will suit both rotary and linear motor
control. With complete flexibility in mind, the RoHS compliant design includes a universal encoder interface
and 2 expansion slots for fieldbus, digital and analog I/O, additional feedback devices, motion controllers
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and safety devices. .
Euroflex
Refer to catalog BR1202-D for full information.
A compact rack mount servo drive, EuroFlex offers the same ease of use and flexibility as
the MicroFlex servo drive. With an encoder feedback is suitable for both rotary and linear
servo motors, the industry standard ±10V command interface makes it compatible with
any motion controller or PLC on the market today. EuroFlex’s rack mounted format makes
it the ideal partner for NextMove ES multi-axis motion controller. EuroFlex is available with
a current rating of 5A (15A peak) and 80VDC/56VAC input.
Motor Solutions
For over 20 years, Baldor has been manufacturing and supplying high reliability servo motor solutions to
worldwide applications. Baldor’s servo motors are designed for industrial applications, superior durability
and proven reliability. Our range of rotary motors are available as a high performance, low inertia family, or
as a higher inertia family for more cost effective applications. Baldor’s new stainless steel motors lead the
way in solutions for harsh and washdown environments.
With the widest range of linear motors and stages on the market today, Baldor’s linear motors lead
the way and are ideally suited to applications requiring higher speeds or improved accuracy.
BSM Series Servo Motors
Refer to catalog BR1202-E for full information.
BSM motors are hard at work, increasing productivity, improving part quality, providing precision and
reducing costs in many applications. These motors are available in two models, the BSM N-Series and the
BSM C-Series. The N-Series motors provide low inertia for the highest performance. The C-Series motors
have a higher inertia, with a cost effective design. All the motors are available with different feedback
options including resolver, encoder (2500ppr standard), BiSS (single and multi-turn) and EnDat. Motors are
available from 0.1 Nm (4 lb.-in) through to 134 Nm (1,185 lb.-in).
Both motor families are available in a stainless steel configuration, offering the best protection for harsh
environment. These motors are ideally suited for pharmaceutical and food applications.
Linear Motors and Stages
Refer to catalog BR1202-G for full information.
Used in thousands of applications worldwide, Baldor provides industry with the widest
range of linear motors and linear stages. Linear motors provide unique speed and
positioning performance advantages. The direct-coupled motion eliminates mechanical
transmission devices and offer substantial improvements over applications using ball
screws, timing belts, etc. The rugged mechanical design provides accurate motion and
precision positioning for millions of cycles.
DSM - Integrated Stepper Motor and Drive
Refer to flyer FL1851 for full information.
Baldor’s new DSM integrated stepper motor and microstepping drive provides a cost effective
solution for stepper motor applications. The unique design integrates a high performance
micro-stepping drive onto a stepper motor, providing a compact and reliable solution. Wiring
is reduced to just pulse and direction plus power. The range is available in NEMA frames sizes
17, 23 and 34 with torque outputs from 22 to 748 N-cm (32 to 1061 oz-in)
DC Servo Motors
Refer to catalog BR1202-F for full information.
The Baldor family of DC servo motors (PMDC) provide continuous torques from 0.21Nm
to 6.55Nm (1.8 lb.-in to 58 lb.-in.) These high performance motors are designed to meet
the demanding requirements of industrial motion control. A wide variety of windings and
feedback devices are available for your application needs.
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