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Power Pmac Servo Analyser
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Our team is working on designing of few controllers for position control applications.For system identification of plant we require power pmac servo analyser tool. Can anyone tell us whether the tool is available for download.If not,where can one get this tool and what will be the estimated cost of the tool.
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#2
The servo analyzer is still available for purchase through your distributor. The part number is 3A0-PPSRVA-35X.
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#3
(12-05-2018, 10:55 AM)Eric Hotchkiss Wrote: The servo analyzer is still available for purchase through your distributor. The part number is 3A0-PPSRVA-35X.
Thankyou so much Eric
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#4
Hello Eric .Thank you for the reply. May we know the cost of servo analyser utility ?We wish to buy it as soon as possible.
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#5
The list price is $2,105.00 USD.
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#6
Thankyou for the reply.May we know whether it is a single user or a multiuser license copy.???We wish to buy it ASAP
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#7
It is a single user license (actually per machine).
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#8
What is the latest version of Power Pmac servo analyser that will be provided if we ought to buy it?
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(05-03-2019, 09:13 PM)Nupoor Wrote: What is the latest version of Power Pmac servo analyser that will be provided if we ought to buy it?

There are 3 version 1.0.0.0 out there, along with a couple version 2.0 that in Programs and features list as 2.0 and in help about list as 2.0.0.0 or 1.1.1.1 or 2.0.0.1
Pretty much scattered.
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#10
Hi,
Can anyone tell me if the experimental closed Loop transfer function that the software get it, it does it by doing a sine sweep or by doing one frequency at a time?
Best,
Rene
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#11
In Power PMAC Servo Analyzer, the FFT-based frequency response function is measured and estimated through a chirp or a random signal excitation applied to the closed loop state. With corresponding data gathered from Power PMAC, the cross power spectrum between the input and output signals and the auto-power spectrum of the input signal are calculated from FFT, and then the ratio of the cross power spectrum over the auto-power spectrum is used to estimate the frequency response function between the input and output signals.
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#12
The "chirp" is a sinesweep. "Open Loop" transfer function is derived from closed loop response.
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