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– You will use your knowledge of EtherCAT and real-time control software to develop a new I/O subsystem incorporating commercial and custom  EtherCAT peripherals.  This development project updates the machine control system of a photolithography system.  The peripherals include:
– Servo motor feedback control
– Stepper motor control
– Analog and Digital I/O modules
– Pneumatics control.
– You will work with the hardware group to specify and select the peripherals.  You will create a Linux-based prototype test stand to verify that the peripherals meet their requirements.
– You will assist the software team in defining the EtherCAT C++ API that will be used in the new machine control system.
– You will work with the engineering team to design EtherCat configuration and initialization, distribute process data among datagrams format it and use syncmanagers to meet real time requirements, research and suggest usuage of CoE and FoE to meet design goals.
– You will configure the master data interface and real time tasks and will configure slave controllers.
– You will independently develop and test the new I/O subsystem in collaboration with the engineering team.
– You will assist in the integration of the new EtherCAT I/O in the new machine control system.
– You will assist the software and hardware engineers in getting “up to speed” with EtherCAT.

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