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Festo makes electric motion simple with the CMMT-ST developer kit

06 April 2020

The Festo extra-low voltage servo drive CMMT-ST offers a powerful and miniature package. Experience all functions, test application possibilities and be convinced by the intuitive installation, powerful networking capabilities and simple commissioning software – at a special introductory price.

The developer-kit contains:

• Extra low voltage servo drive controller CMMT-ST –EtherCAT or PROFINET
• Motor EMMS-ST-42
• Encoder cable (1.5 m)
• Motor cable (1.5 m)

The Festo servo drive controller, CMMT-ST, makes connectivity simple. Choose between EtherCAT, PROFINET, EtherNet/IP and Modbus protocols to integrate the CMMT servo drive seamlessly into the system environment of your PLC. Necessary Plug-ins / function blocks are provided – at no extra cost – for integration in Festo, Siemens, Beckhoff, Rockwell and Omron environments.

Festo’s Automation Suite software enables quick and easy commissioning of the drive system in just 5 steps and the engineering software “Positioning Drives”, determines the chain from the workpiece to the host PLC, to quickly size and select the correct components. The positioning drives project can be imported into the Automation Suite, expediting the commissioning process further.

The higher power CMMT-AS utilises the identical platform and low installation effort as the CMMT-ST when more performance is needed.

The CMMT developer kit allows easy testing, evaluation and familiarisation with the Festo Automation Suite and connectivity offerings and enables easy replication within the organization, with low initial outlay.

Starting with your test phase and accompanying you throughout your product lifecycle, your local Festo technical support will be happy to advise and support you in the creation of your system concepts and the utilisation of the extensive functions.

Contact your local Festo sales office for availability.


Festo electric Automation: www.festo.com/ea

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