MC405

in 2 variants

MC405
Overview
Specification
Expansion/Accessories
Software
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MC405

P826 (stepper) | P827 (servo)

The MC405 is a high specification Motion Coordinator using a high performance ARM11 processor, with five flexible axis ports and four Voltage outputs.

MC405

Highlights

  • Advanced 4 Axis Closed Loop Servo / 5 Axis Pulse Direction
  • Linear, Circular, Helical and Spherical Interpolation
  • Flexible CAM shapes, Linked Motion
  • EnDAT and SSI Absolute Encoder Supported
  • Hardware Linked Outputs for Camera / Laser Control
  • Ethernet-IP / Modbus TCP / Ethernet Interface Built-In
  • 125 – 2000 µsec Selectable Servo Update
  • Precise 64 bit Motion Calculations on ARM11 Processor with VFP
  • IEC 61131-3 Programming
  • Multi-tasking BASIC Programming
  • Text File Handling
  • Robotic Transformations
  • Micro SD Memory Card Slot
  • CANopen I/O Expansion
  • Backlit LCD display
  • RoHS, UL Listed, CE approved

Flexibility

The flexible axis ports can be configured in software as feedback devices or pulse direction outputs. As outputs they can be used as pulse and direction with stepper or servo drives or they can operate as a simulated encoder output. When configured as feedback they can be either incremental encoder input or one of three popular absolute encoder types; SSI, Tamagawa or Endat. Any feedback axis with a voltage output can be used to form a closed loop servo.

MC405

Plug & Program

MC405

The built-in Ethernet port allows programming and connection of common HMI and PLC protocols directly to the MC405.

User programs can be written in Trio’s established multi-tasking TrioBASIC language using the powerful Motion Perfect application development software making complex motion easy. Also available as an option is the industry standard IEC 61131-3 languages allowing fully functional PLC programming system.

Connectivity

MC405

The MC405 is available in 2 different axis configurations. Both models feature a total of 16 axes in software. Any axes not assigned to built-in hardware can be used as a virtual axis. Every axis can be programmed to move using linear, circular, helical or spherical interpolation, electronic cams, linked axes and gearboxes.

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Product P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
Description 5 Axis DIN/panel mounted motion coordinator 5 Axis DIN/panel mounted motion coordinator with extended axes
Name MC405 MC405 (extended axes)
PCode P826 P827
Status Current Current
Configuration P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
Axis 0 Core Extended + AS
Axis 1 Core Extended + AS
Axis 2 Core Extended + AS
Axis 3 Core Extended + AS
Axis 4 Core Extended
Axes P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
Max Axes 5 5
Max networked axes 0 0
Max virtual axes 16 16
Max discrete wired axes 5 5
Performance P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
Maximum Encoder Input Frequency 6.000 MHz 6.000 MHz
Flash memory 32 x 16000 values 32 x 16000 values
Maths precision IEEE 457 Double IEEE 457 Double
Maximum servo period 2000 µs 2000 µs
Table memory 512000 values 512000 values
Maximum VR variables 4096 4096
Minimum servo period 125 µs 125 µs
Position register precision 64 bit 64 bit
Clock frequency 532 MHz 532 MHz
Cores 1 1
Processor ARM11 ARM11
Real-time clock Yes Yes
Maximum stepper output frequecny 2.000 MHz 2.000 MHz
User memory 8 MB 8 MB
Drive interfaces P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
Auxilliary axis No No
EtherCAT No No
Hydraulic No Yes
Piezo No Yes
Panasonic RTEX No No
SERCOS No No
Servo No Yes
SLM No No
Step & direction Yes Yes
Communications P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
Anybus No No
Bluetooth No No
CANopen Yes Yes
CC-Link No No
DeviceNet Yes Yes
Ethernet Yes Yes
EthernetIP Yes Yes
Hostlink Yes Yes
MODBUS-RTU Yes Yes
MODBUS-TCP/IP Yes Yes
Profibus No No
ProfiNet No No
RS232/RS485 Yes Yes
USB 1.1 No No
Encoder ports P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
Feedback input No Yes
Incremental (A+B) output Yes Yes
Pulse & direction output Yes Yes
Reference input Yes Yes
Internal I/O P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
+/-10V analogue outputs 4 4
Analogue output precision 12 bits 12 bits
Analogue Inputs (0-10V) 2 2
Analog input precision 12 bits 12 bits
Digital Bidirectional I/O (24V) 8 8
Digital Inputs (24Vdc) 8 8
Digital Outputs (24Vdc) 0 0
Registration inputs 8 8
Registration speed 20 µs 20 µs
Watchdogs 1 1
External I/O P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
+/-10V analogue outputs 16 16
Analogue output precision 12 bits 12 bits
+/-10V analogue inputs 32 32
Analogue input precision 12 bits 12 bits
Digital I/O points 512 512
Programming P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
Trio BASIC Yes Yes
DXF in Yes Yes
G-Code Yes Yes
HPGL Yes Yes
IEC61131 Yes Yes
Kinematic Option Option
Maximum programs 32 32
Maximum tasks 10 6
Software P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
Motion Perfect Version 4 4
Expansion P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
Expansion module type None None
Maximum modules 0 0
Memory card Micro SD Micro SD
Physical P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
Maximum operating temperature 45 °C 45 °C
Minimum operating temperature 0 °C 0 °C
Mount DIN/Panel DIN/Panel
Depth 35.0 mm 35.0 mm
Height 122.0 mm 122.0 mm
Width 186.0 mm 186.0 mm
Weight 476 g 476 g
Power P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
Supply current 350 mA 350 mA
Supply voltage 24 V 24 V
Certification P826
MC405
P827
MC405 (extended axes)
CE Yes Yes
RoSH Yes Yes
UL Yes Yes
MC405

Axis Configuration Key

Core functionality

CORE AXES – can be configured in software as pulse and direction outputs with stepper or servo drives. They can also be configured for incremental encoder feedback.

Core functionality is a set of ATYPEs (Axis TYPEs) that are available on all controllers. They are based on pulse outputs and incremental encoder feedback.

ATYPE Description
43 Pulse and direction output with enable output
45 Quadrature encoder output with enable output
63 Pulse and direction output with Z input
64 Quadrature encoder output with Z input
76 Incremental encoder with Z input
78 Pulse and direction with VFF_GAIN and enable output 1
Extended functionality

EXTENDED AXES – in addition to the Core functionality these axes can also be configured for absolute encoders and closed loop servos (requires voltage output).

Only axes marked as AS have an analogue output and can be used for closed loop control.
All Extended Axes can use these ATYPE's as feedback.
If you want to just use the feedback and not complete a closed loop servo system set SERVO = OFF

ATYPE Description
30 Analogue feedback Servo
44 Incremental encoder Servo with Z input
46 Tamagawa absolute Servo
47 Endat absolute Servo
48 SSI absolute Servo
60 Pulse and direction feedback Servo with Z input
77 Incremental encoder Servo with enable output
Products - CAN I/O Modules
CAN 16-Out I/O Module (P317)CAN
The Trio CAN16 Output module provides 256 distributed output channels at 24Vdc level. All points are short-circuit proof and completely isolated from the CANbus. P317 modules may be mixed on the same bus, with other types in the Trio CAN I/O range.
CAN 16-In I/O Module (P318)CAN
The Trio CAN16 Input module provides 256 distributed input channels at 24Vdc level. All input points are high level (24V in = ON) and completely isolated from the CANbus.
CAN16 I/O Module (P319)CAN
The Trio CAN16 Input/Output module provides 256 distributed bi-directional input/output channels at 24Vdc level. All input points are high level, (24V = ON) all outputs are short-circuit proof and the I/O is completely isolated from the CANbus.
CAN 8-In / 4-Out I/O Module (P326)CAN
The CAN Analogue I/O module provides a compact DIN rail mounted analogue input/output capability for Trio Motion Coordinators. Each module provides 8 channels of 12-bit (+/-10V) analogue inputs and 4 channels of 12-bit (+/-10V) analogue outputs.
CAN 8-Relay Module (P327)CAN
The Trio CAN8 Relay module provides 128 distributed low power relay channels at up to 30Vdc or 49Vac. All output points are Volt-free contacts and are completely isolated from the CANbus. P327 modules may be mixed on the same bus, with other types in the Trio CAN I/O range.
Products - Generic
UNIPLAY HMI (7") (P843)bolt on expansion module
Trio’s unique UNIPLAY HMI system is a revolutionary way to make operator interfaces better, easier and more secure! The UNIPLAY series boasts a 7" and 10" colour display.
UNIPLAY HMI (7") (P844)bolt on expansion module
Trio’s unique UNIPLAY HMI system is a revolutionary way to make operator interfaces better, easier and more secure! The UNIPLAY series boasts a 10" colour display.
Firmware - MC405
LATEST USER RELEASE:
File:MC405_20283.zip
Version:2.0283
Size:1606451 bytes
Date:2017-Apr-07
Software - Programming
Motion Perfect
Motion Perfect is designed to make setup, diagnostics, commissioning and using our range of Motion Coordinators as simple as possible. It provides the user with an easy to understand Windows based interface for rapid application development, controller configuration and monitoring of controller processes.
IEC 61131-3 Runtime Software (P877)
IEC 61131-3 standardises the programming language, the instruction sets and the handling and structuring of projects. As supplied, the IEC 61131 system will run programs for one hour after power-on, to allow engineers to try out their standard programs on the Motion Coordinator hardware. For continuous running, a software key (Feature Enable Code) must be bought for each Motion Coordinator that can run IEC 61131 programs.
(Log on to E-Store to purchase).
Software - Expansion
Kinematic Runtime FEC (P750)
The P750 Robot kinematic runtime enables the more complex FRAME transformations which enable easy programming of various types of robot Including SCARA and Delta.
(Log on to E-Store to purchase).
Remote Axis FEC's (P701 - P732)
Remote axis FEC's allow upto 64 additional axes to be configured.
(Log on to E-Store to purchase).
Software - Support Apps
CAD2Motion
The program allows the user to create motion paths in a CAD package such as AutoCAD and convert them into code executable by a Trio Motion Coordinator.
AutoLoader
A compact, self-contained package designed to allow simple distribution of projects written using Motion Perfect. Simply add the project to the Autoloader folder, edit a script file to provide control of the loading sequence and send to the customer.
Trio MCLoader
The Trio MC Loader is a Windows ActiveX control which can load projects (produced with Motion Prefect) and programs onto a Trio Motion Coordinator. Communication with the Motion Cordinator can be via serial link, USB, Ethernet or PCI depending on the Motion Coordinator.
Trio PCMotion
PCMotion is an ActiveX component allowing direct connection to the Trio Motion Coordinator from a custom user application. It can be used to control any of the Motion Coordinator functionality as well as send text files down to the controller.
TextFileLoader
The file loading functionality of the Motion Coordinators allows files to be easily loaded into the controller memory or the SD card (when fitted). This allows programs written in text based languages such as G-Code and HPGL to be loaded to the controller where they can be parsed and executed by a TrioBASIC program. The transfer process is optimized to compress the file and reduce transfer times, or it can be set to stream the file into a FIFO buffer on the controller. This can help reduce overall machine cycle times when file sizes can be large and so making communication time significant.
Guides  
Data Sheet  
Quick Start Guide Simple set up guide
Manuals  
The Technical Reference Manual can be downloaded in full or as separate sections. All in PDF format.
Hardware Overview (Chapter 2)
Certificates  
EC Declaration P826
EC Declaration P827
UL Listing Please insert E238097 UL File Number in the search box.
Fieldbus Data  
EtherNet IP EDS (Electronic Data Sheet) files EtherNet IP EDS (Electronic Data Sheet) files
DeviceNet EDS (Electronic Data Sheet) files DeviceNet EDS (Electronic Data Sheet) files
CAD Data  
Drawings are available in the following formats: DXF, IGES, DWG, STEP and SolidWorks. These files are included in the Zip file below. Please note: the case is the same as the MC464.
Download Zip file