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Video: ABB low voltage AC drives preventive maintenance and reconditioning services

For more information, please visit: http://new.abb.com/drives/services/maintenance/preventive-maintenance?utm_campaign=video-links&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtubeABB recommends regular preventive maintenance of low voltage AC drives throughout their lifetime to ensure maximum availability and minimum unplanned repair costs. ABB's reconditioning service provides in-depth drives investigation and maintenance --and is carried out in ABB authorized drive service workshops. This movie shows what's involved in ABB's preventive maintenance and reconditioning services both at a customer's site and in the drive service workshop.

Video: ABB motion control products - Flying Shear Vertical Knife

For more information, please visit: http://new.abb.com/drives/motion?utm_campaign=video-links&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube A flying shear (using the Mint FLY command), is used to synchronize the knife with the material and ensure that the knife speed is matched to the material speed. This application also makes use of the motion controller's high speed position latch capability to accurately detect the registration marks on the material.

Video: ABB motion control products - Flying Shear Rotary Knife

For more information, please visit: http://new.abb.com/drives/motion?utm_campaign=video-links&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube A rotary knife is used to cut the material at the registration mark. The registration mark is detected using one of the fast position latch inputs and a flying shear is then initiated (using the Mint FLY command) to synchronize the knife with the material. Alternatively, the knife can be geared to the material using the Mint FOLLOW command and the knife synchronised to the material using the position latch value to determine the error. This error is corrected using the Mint OFFSET keyword.

Video: ABB motion control products - Overwrapper

For more information, please visit: http://new.abb.com/drives/motion?utm_campaign=video-links&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube This example shows how the overwrapping process can be synchronized to a batch of products (bottles) on a conveyor. The fast latch functionality is used to capture the position of the bottles by reading a value from an encoder attached to the conveyor. This fast latch is triggered when the bottles pass a registration sensor. From this measured position we can set a position trigger value at which point our axes will start moving to wrap the batch of bottles. The move types used to achieve this are known as 'flying shears'. Once the bottles are wrapped they will move past another sensor which will turn the heater on and shrink the wrap around the bottles.

Video: Abb motion control products - Product Labelling

For more information, please visit: http://new.abb.com/drives/motion?utm_campaign=video-links&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube Labels are affixed to a moving bottle. A sensor (fed into the high speed position latch of the controller) on the conveyor detects an oncoming bottle, at which point the label is indexed. A second sensor on the label accurately detects the label position allowing it to be accurately placed onto the bottle. A servo axis on the conveyor is used to control the machine speed. This application can be solved using position lock, with a clutch (Mint FOLLOW keyword) to allow controlled acceleration and deceleration of the label while at the same time maintaining position with the conveyor. A position offset (Mint OFFSET keyword) corrects for any error between the bottle and the label.

Video: ABB motion control products - Product Spacing

For more information, please visit: http://new.abb.com/drives/motion?utm_campaign=video-links&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube Irregularly spaced products need to be correctly spaced for insertion into a flighted conveyor. An encoder from the flighted conveyor is fed into the auxiliary axis of the motion controller and a sensor detects the position of the flight. A second sensor determines the position of the product (which is fed into a high speed position latch on the controller). The infeed conveyor locks position with the outfeed conveyor using the Mint FOLLOW command. When the product is detected, it's position is calculated in relation to the next flight. A positional move (using the Mint OFFSET keyword) advances or retards the product into the flight.

Video: ABB motion control products - Product Synchronization

For more information, please visit: http://new.abb.com/drives/motion?utm_campaign=video-links&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube This application makes use of the flying shear functionality within Mint (FLY command). The icing dispenser is synchronized with the conveyor speed to hold position to the cakes on the belt. This application also makes use of the motion controller's high speed position latch capability to accurately detect the position of the cakes on the conveyor belt.

Video: ABB motion control products - Tangential Knife Control

For more information, please visit: http://new.abb.com/drives/motion?utm_campaign=video-links&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube Tangential knife control is a standard feature of the NextMove motion controllers. This allows a knife's position to be accurately controlled around a 2D shape. Mint's powerful move buffer keywords and interpolation commands (linear and circular) make handling complex shapes easy. ABB's MintNC provides a complete NC front end for the machine supporting G-code, DXF and HPGL. Alternatively, the free HPGL interpreter provides complete plotter functionality.

Video: ABB motion control products - Water Jet Cutter

For more information, please visit: http://new.abb.com/drives/motion?utm_campaign=video-links&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube Mint's powerful move buffer keywords and interpolation commands (linear and circular) make handling complex shapes easy. ABB's MintNC provides a complete NC front end for the machine supporting G-code, DXF and HPGL. Alternatively, the free HPGL interpreter provides complete plotter functionality.

Video: ABB motion control products - Vertical Form Fill Seal

For more information, please visit: http://new.abb.com/drives/motion?utm_campaign=video-links&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube This example shows a Form, Fill and Seal machine where the material continues to run while sealing is in progress. It consists of 2 main axes and an encoder mounted to make contact with the material to compensate for slippage.

Video: ABB drives - simple and reliable motor control with ACS 2000

For more information, visit: http://new.abb.com/drives/medium-voltage-ac-drives/acs2000?utm_campaign=video-links&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube The ACS2000 medium voltage drive is available for direct-to-line connection (transformerless), for connection to an external transformer or with an integrated transformer.

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