New ElectroCraft EXC-Series 2.3-inch AC Servo Motors

The new EXC-Series 2.3-inch AC Servo Motors, are high voltage, high performance brushless servo motors incorporating the latest electro-magnetic components creating high continuous torques with low inertia for rapid acceleration.

High Voltage. High Performance.


The new EXC-Series 2.3-inch AC Servo Motors, are high voltage, high performance brushless servo motors incorporating the latest electro-magnetic components creating high continuous torques with low inertia for rapid acceleration. They are available with hall-effect commutation or encoder feedback and a variety of connection options.

The EXC-Series 2.3-inch AC Servo motor offers customers high economic value and superior reliability. The EXC-Series is a cost-improved version of the popular Excalibur family of AC Servo motors sold under the Rockwell Automation brand. This product provides considerable cost improvements for a variety of light industrial, commercial, and medical applications.

The EXC-Series are fast, low vibration BLDC motors. By utilizing M-8 ceramic and rare-earth neodymium magnets, these BLDC motors provide the quick acceleration and consistent speed (up to 15,000 rpm) needed for applications such as centrifuges, fans and pumps. Sealed ball bearings and reduced torque ripple from skewed magnetization also ensure a smooth operation at any speed.

Click on the link below to view the specification on ElectroCraft's EXC-Series 2.3-inch AC Servo Motors-
http://www.servo2go.com/product.php?ID=105484&cat=

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Warren Osak
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Toll Free Phone: 877-378-0240
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