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MOONS' wholly-owned subsidiaries APPLIED MOTION PRODUCTS, INC. (USA) and TECHNOSOFT S.A. (Switzerland) are high-tech R&D and production firms that specialize in advanced motion control. Bringing together their design concepts and technologies, MOONS’ developed a variety of intelligent and bus-type motor drivers that embody the design concepts ALL IN ONE (integration of drive and control) and ONE FOR ALL (single driver can drive all types of motors). MOONS' motor drivers product line includes stepper motor drivers (open loop and closed loop), brushless DC motor drivers, servo motor drivers, and all-around intelligent motor drivers. The Swiss-made all-around competent motor driver can drive stepper motors, DC brushless motors, servo motors, slotless brushless motors, and brushed coreless motors with a single driver. At MOONS', we can always provide you with reliable drive solutions, whether you require programmable drives for I/O control or Fieldbus drives for complex motion control. MOONS' drivers are suitable for a wide range of mainstream applications, including:
drivers suitable mainstream applications
MOONS' unique driver control language
Q Programmer Q program is a language platform based on MOONS' SCL commands, which allows users to create and store SCL commands. Programs can be stored in the non-volatile memory of the driver, and the driver can be separated from the host computer. These programs can be run independently. TML Language TECHNOSOFT S.A. (Switzerland) has developed an intelligent motor driver that uses the TML language, which is stored in the non-volatile memory of the driver. In addition to synchronizing and transmitting data between multiple axes, the driver can execute more complex control programs independently from the host computer.

Stepper Drives

MOONS' advanced stepper drive technology allows you to control the precise motion control system in a variety of ways, including position control, velocity control, or torque control. With best-in-class current control, robust and flexible onboard control options, and industry-standard industrial network communications, these stepper drives offer optimal smoothness and torque. You have more options and selections to optimize your system design with integrated stepper drives series and multiple industry field bus control options.

One for All Intelligent Motor Drives

Compact, high power-density motion control programmable drives packed in a tiny area. A modular solution with vertically or horizontally pluggable cards, open-frame PCBs which can be integrated into the user's motherboard, or metal casings with retractable connectors. Designed and Made by Technosoft in Switzerland.

Step-Servo Drives

The step-servo is an innovative revolution for the world of stepper motor, it enhances the stepper motors with servo technology to create a product with exceptional feature and broad capability.

Servo Drives

The M5 series servo drives and the SM servo motor are the new generations servo product series. As part of the M5 series, you will find a high sample rate control algorithm, a velocity feedforward math model, a torque feedforward math model, and a flexible filter function. As a result, it ensures a fast response time, high accuracy, and efficiency of the system. Additionally, the M5 series offers features such as anti-vibration, online auto-tuning, a position table, and stand-alone Q programs. Modbus/RTU, EtherCAT, CANopen, and EtherNet/IP are also supported by the M5 series servo drives.

BLDC Drivers

These brushless DC drives are based on advanced control technology that features excellent performance and ease of use. The drives are aimed at applications requiring high performance, high speed stability, basic velocity control, simple setup and low cost in a compact design.