Posts Tagged 'Servo Drive'

Announcing 6 New Servo Drives capable of 100A peak and 60A continuous output

Servo Drive

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 links below:

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

Servo Amplifier Basics. On Demand Webinar


Dr. Jacob Tal, the CEO of Galil Motion Control, discusses the basics of Servo Amplifiers.  Topics include:

  • Types of Amplifiers such as PWM, Linear, Current, Voltage and Velocity Amplifiers
  • Power Supply Requirements
  • Commutation Methods

CLICK HERE to view this On Demand Webinar.

Tags:  Servo Amplifier, Servo Drive, BLDC Drive, Galil, Webinar, Electromate

Introducing µZ Plug-In Servo Drives from Advanced Motion Controls

µZ’s are the smallest off-the-shelf servo drives from ADVANCED Motion Controls. Pronounced ‘Micro-Z’ these plug-in drives are designed for embedded applications in a wide range of industries including: Robotics, Lab Automation, Homeland Security/Military, Electric Mobility, Medical and Packaging.

µZ servo drives are designed to drive brushless and brushed DC motors at a high switching frequency.  To increase system reliability and to reduce cabling costs, the drives are designed for direct integration into your PCB.  Weighing in at less than 9 grams, µZ Drives output 10A peak and 5A continuous and operate with a bus voltage range of 10-36VDC.

Designed without the need for a heatsink, the µZ’s are true featherweights with a high power to weight ratio.  The µZ’s are fully protected against over-voltage, under-voltage, over-current, over-heating, and short-circuits. Depending on the model, the drives interface with digital controllers that have analog ±10V or PWM/Direction commands. These servo drives require only a single unregulated isolated DC power supply, and are fully RoHS (Reduction of Hazardous Substances) compliant.

Datasheets and Support:

AZB10A4 for ±10V Command Signals, Current Mode

AZBH10A4 for ±10V Command Signals, Hall Velocity Mode

AZBD10A4 for ±10V Command Signals, Duty Cycle Mode

AZBDC10A4 for PWM/Direction Command Signals

Stand-alone (drives with built-in interface)

AZB10A4IC for ±10V Command Signals, Current Mode

AZBDC10A4IC for PWM/Direction Command Signals

Features:

  • Designed for direct board-to-board integration.
  • No heatsink and no need for additional heatsinking results in the smallest installed volume
  • Feather weight, less than 9 grams
  • Dimensions (mm) 38.1 x 38.1 x 7.34 for current mode models, 43.2 x 38.1 x 9.4 for velocity / duty cycle models
  • Dimensions (in) 1.50 x 1.50 x 0.29 for current mode models, 1.70 x 1.50 x 0.37 for velocity / duty cycle models
  • Large operational temperature range, 0-85°C
  • Compatible with low inductance motors
  • Smallest form factor of any off-the-shelf servo drive from ADVANCED Motion Controls
  • 40 kHz switching frequency

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:  Servo Amplifier, Servo Drive, PWM Drive, Electromate, Advanced Motion Control, µZ servo drives

AC Servo Motor + Drive Systems from Kollmorgen

Kollmorgen offers various electronic motor drives with advanced control technology, multiple fieldbus connectivity options, and control interfaces. Choose from a broad selection of servo drives in a wide range of input voltages and output power levels.

Kollmorgen drive technology is enhanced when used with both our motor designs and automation controllers. Configuration and programming software is integrated with drive and motor combinations. Kollmorgen drives are also versatile and can run a broad range of standard and specialty motors with various feedback types. Kollmorgen drives adapt to changing technology and many integrate directly with safety solutions to meet new machine safety directives.

KOLLMORGEN AKD SERVO DRIVES AND AKM SERVO MOTORS

Kollmorgen servo drives are used for dynamic motion applications where precise positioning, speed control, or torque efficiency is key. Kollmorgen servo drives range from 300 watts to 50,000 watts of continuous duty power output. Peak outputs Kollmorgen servo drives are impressive with peak operation at 3 times the rated continuous current for a full 5 seconds in certain drives. This is a clear Kollmorgen advantage since many manufacturers can only rate peak operation at 1 second or less. This allows many applications to use significantly smaller servo drives and expands the dynamic performance of the servo drive lineup.

Connectivity is a key aspect in machines so fieldbus options are plentiful. Kollmorgen support many popular ethernet fieldbuses like EtherCAT, Ethernet /IP, Profinet, and SynqNet. Support for traditional fieldbuses is available on certain models as well, including Profibus, Devicenet, CanOpen, RS485, RS232, Sercos II and Sercos III.

Kollmorgen’s family of permanent magnet brushless motors offer an extremely wide variety of size and package types. From frameless pancake motors to high acceleration housed/shafted motors, Kollmorgen offers the most complete range of high performance motors available today. When you combine our vast selection of motors with our family of high performance servo drives, we can satisfy your most demanding application requirements and help you build a better machine, faster.

To assist with the sizing and selection of Kollmorgen’s AC Servo Motor + Drive Systems, Kollmorgen announce the release of MOTIONEERING® Application Engine 6.4.0 – Kollmorgen’s Free premier motion sizing and selection software. This release features the new KBM™ Series Frameless Kit brushless motors with our AKD™ servo drive family, complementing their existing rotary and linear actuation systems. Sizing frameless motors and drive systems has never been easier. Using a mechanism project concept for collecting and saving multiple axes of load information,MOTIONEERING® can automatically calculate application results and compare against a database catalog of systems – recommending to their customers the most optimized set of Kollmorgen system solutions available.

Kollmorgen Motioneering software

The MOTIONEERING® software sizing engine has the flexibility to sum the effects of multiple axes of motion for power supply and shunt regeneration sizing (rotary applications only). Versatile units-of-measure selection options for mechanism and motion profile data-entry, with the ability to convert data into other available units, makes this a convenient international tool. A user-friendly Help file teaches program functions and algorithms used to provide results.

CLICK HERE to view Kollmorgen’s family of AC Servo Motor + Drive Systems

New Webinar. Servo Solutions For Mobile Automation Challenges

Live Webinar Tuesday April 21, 2015 11:00am EST, presented by Advanced Motion Controls & Electromate

With automation expanding out of the factory, machine builders are faced with a varying set of new challenges.  Mobile platforms, such as unmanned systems, are expected to operate in extreme environments and carry their own power source; all while being light weight and compact.

To meet the current and future needs of the market, enabling technologies need to be applied and discovered.  At the forefront of the enabling technologies are servo drive controllers.

Servo controllers not only make a robot or mobile platform move, they can also be solutions to the other design requirements.  A servo is an integral component to any mobile solution and can help with power efficiency, communication, agility and dexterity.  This webinar will touch on the challenges presented to robot designers and how servo drives can make them successful.

Webinar Presenter: Shane Beilke, Advanced Motion Controls: Executive Team – Product Strategy

Register to watch the recorded webinar live or any time after April 21, 2015.

Register Online

 

Tags:  AMC, Electromate, Advanced Motion Controls, Webinar, Mobile Automation, Servo Drive, Servo Amplifier, Servo Controller, robot, mobile platform, servo, automation, motion control

New motion control system options utilizing EtherCAT® technology

A New White Paper by Advanced Motion Controls

Servo-based motion control systems have traditionally been categorized into two types: centralized or distributed.  Centralized systems use dedicated motion control cards that account for all aspects of the system including servo commands, motor feedback and I/O to close all control loops while simultaneously running complex programs that plan motion profiles and maintain machine operations.  Increasing the number of axes involved places an ever increasing burden on the processing power of the DSP quickly making the system unmanageable simply due to scalability.

AMC's EtherCAT Servo Drive Family

AMC’s EtherCAT Servo Drive Family

In distributed systems, motion commands are less complicated since the drives close the velocity and/or position loops internally leaving the controller to focus on motion profiling, planning and associated I/O. However, limitations arise as communications speed may be the limiter of some specific motion and machine requirements.  Even though systems can be made to be deterministic, the ability to keep up with demand can also be a challenge, even for simple machine tools…

Click on the link below to view the entire White Paper.

http://www.mydigitalpublication.com/publication/?utm_source=MAN-eblast&i=228662&utm_campaign=141016G&utm_medium=email#{“issue_id”:228662,”page”:2}

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

Focus on Fundamentals – How to Select Drives for Robotic Applications

maxon motors would like to take this opportunity to announce that we will be sponsoring three FREE 45 minute online classes with interactive chat sessions on How to Select Drives for Robotic Applications presented by Dr. Urs Kafader, author of: The selection of high-precision microdrives.

At maxon motor we understand that selecting the right drive technology is crucial in any application.  These three short classes will provide a review of general requirements for drive selection. Learn More and Register Today!  Classes begin on April 29th.

  • April 29th – A Systematic Approach to Drive Selection
  • April 30th – DC Motor Data Sheets & Selection Rules
  • May 1st     – Multi-Axis Control Architectures

 

Tags:  Maxon, Maxon Motor AG, Servo Motor, Servo Drive, Motion Control, robot, robotics, webinar, Automation, Motion Control Systems


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