DM500 is very professional 3 or 4 Axis CNC Motion Controller which is based on Linux system.DM500 operates as a standalone system without the need of a computer, and with a pendant, it makes users very convenient to operate the machines.
Our controller adopts Embedded Operating System, by which the controller will never get virus-infected. And the controller adopts look-ahead algorithm by which the controller can read more ahead 30-lines G-code than the operating.
All the features guarantee high precision, accuracy and reliability. And the size is very small, operation is very easy, very suitable for all size of Engraving machines, Milling machines and cutting machines and so on.
2-4 Axis linear interpolation, any 2 axis circular interpolation;
7 opto isolated digital outputs, 8 opto isolated digital inputs;
Support every Input and output port definition by users;
The controller need 2 power supply, one power supply is for system power; one is for input and output ports power. Both input power is 24V, 2A;<
Open-collector output, Max. Output current is 500mA, can power the relay directly;
Differential Pulse and direction output signal, Max. 500 KHz per axis;
Spindle Control: 3 I/O ports control 8 different speeds (3 lines 8 speeds),1 I/O control the Start/Stop;
Support standard G-code. Also Support the popular CAD/CAM software, such as ArtCam, MasterCam, ProE and so on;
USB flash disk supports for G code file input;
The control system can preview the process path before machining, and it makes the system more steady, working smoothly and precise;
Acceleration/Deceleration Mode: S curve;
Support un-limited size file for machining;
Manual/Automatic machining function;
Support the operation to start a G code from a specific line;
Support for “Power Cut” ± recovery. Data is automatically saved;
Support time-lock function;
Support 4 kinds’ operation rights: visitor, operator, admin, super admin.
Ver:2020-02-18(94) 1: Add Russian Language setting; 2: 3 and 4 Axis shared one install software; 3: First Russian language Version published.