单轴控制器内建驱动器,10 bit的模拟输出。 单相 / 3相马达 控制模式:定位/ 速度/ 力量 内建驱动器 容易扩充为多轴 24-48VDC 4个TTL input/output 2个仿真讯号输入,1个仿真讯号输出 ,10位模数转换 (LCC-11是16位) RS232和CAN bus 界面 可以直接当驱动器使用 技术规范 文件 软件 Firmware 配置文件 运动样本









LCC Specifications 
LAC-1 and LCC comparison 

Accessories Specifications
RS232 kit 
LCC Daisy Chain kit specifications 
LCC Demo Board specifications  (for demo and test purposes only)
LCC Opto Board specifications 
Electronic Break out Board 


LCC-10 Outlind Drawing 

LCC-10 CAD Drawing 

SMAC Control Center installation Instructions

SMAC Control Center Get Started Manual 
How to use SMAC Control Center quick and efficient.

SMAC Control Center Training v1.2
Full training manual for the SMAC Control Center. The Exercise solutions can be found in the Motion Samples tab of this site

Embedded Motion Control Library 
All commands of the LCC10 and LCC11 controller.

Motionlab manual 
How to use MotionLab Software.

Composer manual 
How to use Composer Software.

Show Firmware Loader manual 
How to use the Firmware Loader Software.

Technical Notes:
Measuring forces with LCC
Control Tuning
Serial to PC/PLC
Analog I/O
Phase Detection
Reset Error
Write to Non Volatile
Back EMF
Broken Wire Detection
Spring compensation


This page provides free downloads of the tools that are available for LCC controllers. The list below shows the Software that is available. The zip files contain the setup file to install the software and the manual(s) for that software.

LCC Control Centre V2.01
LCC Control Center V2.0 has the functionality of SMAC control center V1.4 plus some variables to enable the use of the added features of firmware version 2.0. The extension of the program files of the LCC control center V2.0 is ".LCC" but the file content is compatible with the ".SCC" files of SMAC control center V1.4. The added features in firmware version 2.0 are spring compensation, unpush macro feature, copy protection bit & output mode automatic.

SMAC Control Centre V1.4
To see the major changes related to previous versions see Changes version 1.3 to 1.4
This program is an easy way of creating motion programs (macro sequences). You can create programs, monitor the application using live update of up to 4 variables and you can fine tune the controlloop within the application. Before installing please read the installation instructions (also found in the Documentation tab of this page. Before programming, a configuration file of the actuator is required. You can get a basic configuration file from the Config files tab. Note that the SMAC Control Center is intended to be used with controllers running firmware version 1.0.

MotionLab V1.8.1.0
Motion-Lab offers the ability to edit all parameters in a configuration file for an LCC10 or LCC11. Editing and Tuning of config file parameters can be best done in the Smac Control Center (Tuning). Only for special cases Motion-Lab can be usefull. If you use Motion-Lab it is best to start with a basic config files which you can find in the Config files tab.

Composer V1.2.3.0R
Composer is used to program an application for an LCC10 or LCC11 in combination with a SMAC Actuator. It is for the advanced motion programmer and is only used for special cases. Normally the SMAC Control Center is the best way of creating a program. Before running a program a configuration file of the actuator needs to be loaded into the controller.

Firmware Loader V1.1.11.0R
Firmware Loader is used to load new firmware into the controller. The latest version of the firmware can be found at the Firmware Tab


For LCC-10 controllers identified with SMAC P/N: LCC-10 Ver 3.0R or LCC-10 EXT

For LCC-10 controllers identified with SMAC P/N: LCC-10


Downloads for configuration files for a standard range of actuators. These files are automatically generated and not optimised to an application. For fine-tuning of the position loop Parameters in the application you can use SMAC Control Center V1.2 or higher. For springs and vertical orientation an additional output offset can be usefull (standard set to zero).

LCA/LCS config files
LCA25/LCS25 and LCA50/LCS50 files for various strokes, voltages and encoder resolutions

LAL/CAL config files
LAL20, LAL35, LAL55 and LAL95 files for various strokes, voltages and encoder resolutions, includes CAL12

LAR config files
LAR31 files for linear(LAL) and brushless rotary(LAR) axis for strokes 31 mm and 50 mm.

CBL/SLA config files
Config files for electical cylinders (CBL) and accurate slides (SLA). 

For config files of any other actuator, please send a request for a config file to us using Email: To generate a config file we require the following information: Actuator type nr ( like LAL20-010-55 ,it contains information on Voltage, Stroke, Encoder) or in case of an other motor:

  • Force constant ( like 5.5 N/A )
  • Coil resistance ( like 16 ohm )
  • Coil impedance ( like 33 mH )
  • Moving mass of actuator and application ( like 60 gram )
  • Thermal resistance ( like 30 K/W)
  • Max Coil Temperature ( like 70C)
  • Options on the actuator with its specs ( like spring SA )

Even if you don't have all this information we can provide a config file for units with limited information (result might be not as good as with exact details).


Motion Program Examples can be used with the latest firmware version and the latest software version of SMAC Control Center (SCC-files).

Demo Programs Zip-file contains:

  • Demo-Digital IO-1 : Demo that switches the digital I/O individually (requires an IO board or digital input switch)
  • Demo-Digital IO-2 : Demo that switches the digital I/O using shift register (requires an IO board or digital input switch)
  • Demo-PhaseDetectHoming : Demo that performs a phase detect and homing in macro 0 (executes at power up)
  • Demo-AnalogToForce : Demo in force mode with force being analog input value (requires an IO board)
  • Demo-Pusher : Demo that Pushes shaft out on input trigger (requires an IO board or digital input switch)
  • Demo-Softland : Demo of a softland program. It holds position after landing

Exercise samples Zip-file contains:

  • Exercise 1,2,4,5,6,8 : Exercises/Examples from the Training for SMAC Control Center