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The following image shows how FlexMotion programs communicate with the FlexMotion board:
The basic components of a motion controller fall into three categories:
The following image shows the motion controller components and how they interact:
The FlexMotion board includes the following four components:
The following image shows the interaction of the different FlexMotion components:
The following sections describe the FlexMotion components in more detail. The 68331 Microprocessor The 68331 microprocessor has the following functions:
The Task or Thread priority is as follows:
The interrupt priority is as follows:
The onboard programs, which you download to the processor, have the following characteristics:
The DSP The DSP has the following functions:
FPGAs The FPGAs have the following functions:
Motion I/O In addition to the I/O dedicated for motion, FlexMotion includes the following I/O components:
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