ADLINK’s AMP-204C and -208C 4/8-axis advanced pulse-train motion controllers, based on digital-signal-processing (DSP) technology, push high-pulse output and encoder input frequency up to 6.5 and 20 MHz, respectively. The devices leverage the company’s Softmotion technology and utility, delivering application-oriented motion functionality that reduces development time and cost up to 25%. Synchronous motion-control performance is combined with point-table functionality integrating multidimensional interpolation (e.g., 3D linear/circular/spiral interpolation with enhanced trajectory and velocity planning for contouring applications). Pulse-width modulation (PWM) support includes three control modes for frequency or duty cycle. Other features include a hardware-based, high-speed position comparison and trigger output up to 1 MHz, and 16 additional onboard digital input and output channels. A MotionCreatorPro 2 Windows-based application development software package provides a Setup Wizard to shorten system installation and evaluation time. The 204C and 208C support Windows XP, Windows 7, and Windows 8.