Advanced Motion Controls Announce 6 New Servo Drives capable of 100A peak and 60A continuous output

This new power range comes with a variety of network options including EtherCAT, CANopen, POWERLINK, Modbus and more.

This new power range comes with a variety of network options including EtherCAT, CANopen, POWERLINK, Modbus and more.


Safe Torque Off (STO) functionality is included as a standard feature.

Available now, these new models offer high efficiency in a compact design and are targeted towards AGVs and mobile applications.

Specifications:

• 100 A Peak Current Output
• 60 A Continuous Current Output
• 20 - 80 VDC Supply Voltage
• Safe Torque Off (STO) standard
• High Efficiency
• Compact Design

Information on the 6 new servo drives from Advanced Motion Controls can be found at the link below:

https://www.electromate.com/press-releases.html/2018/01/09/announcing-6-new-servo-drives-capable-of-100a-peak-and-60a-continuous-output/

Models include:

DPCANIA-100B080 (CANopen)
DPCANIE-100B080 (CANopen)
DPEANIU-100B080 (EtherCAT)
DPMANIU-100B080 (Click&Move® Embedded)
DPPANIU-100B080 (POWERLINK / Modbus TCP / Ethernet)
DPRANIE-100B080 (Modbus RTU / RS485)

For more information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone: 877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax: 877-737-8699
www.electromate.com

Tags: AMC, Servo Amplifier, Servo Drive, Advanced Motion Controls, PWM Drive, Electromate

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