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Parker Compumotor publishes new product selection guide

Parker Compumotor publishes new product selection guide
ACR family of controls is added to motion control line

Rohnert Park, California, March 28, 2003—Compumotor’s expanded line of PC-based control products from recently acquired Acroloop is featured in a new 32-page product selection guide. This new product line, the ACR family of controls, allows for expanded control in a small space. The product selection guide includes five versions of the ACR card; each one is based on a 32-bit floating-point DSP producing unparalleled performance in advanced multi-axis trajectory generation. The feature-rich ACR8020, for example, is Compumotor’s fastest controller ever.

Also featured is the ACR software line, which includes AcroMILL, a 1- to 8-axes machine tool software package designed to work with the motion controller on machine-tool applications; AcroView, a powerful code-development tool that assists the user in programming; and AcroCUT, designed to handle Plasma, Oxy-Fuel, Laser and WaterJet machine tool cutting applications.

For a free copy of the product selection guide, which is a supplement to catalog 8000-4/USA, log on to or all Compumotor at 800-358-9070 and request catalog 8180.

About Parker Compumotor
A division of Parker Hannifin Corporation's Automation Group since 1987, Rohnert Park, California-based Compumotor is a pioneer, developer and manufacturer of full-spectrum computer-based motion controllers, servo/step motor drives, servo motors and human-machine interfaces. These products automate the manufacturing of a significant fraction of the world’s goods and services. Compumotor products are sold via independent authorized Automation Technology Centers—a group of nearly 100 professional, highly trained organizations with more than 135 points-of-presence throughout the world—or directly from Compumotor by logging on to An informative and up-to-date Web site with downloadable libraries, tutorials, and background information on motion control and automation is located at

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