CUSTOM SERVO DRIVE
Integrated servo drive for brushless motors with integrated hall feedback and standalone capabilities,
i144-01 is a 250 W DC servo drive to be integrated directly into brushless motors. It contains a motion controller, communications, I/Os and Hall-sensors (sensors and circuitry) in one small and compact unit which can be mounted directly to the rear of a rotary motor.
- Onboard hall sensors
- CANopen / Modbus
- Built-in customer algorithms
- Extended temperature range
|Continuous Current||10 ARMS|
|Peak Current||30 ARMS|
|Supply Voltage||12-24 VDC|
|Motor Type||Rotary Brushless|
|Command Source||Network Interface, Standalone, Analog Input|
|Motion Mode||Profile Position, Profile Speed, Profile Torque|
|Enviroment||Industrial, High Temperature, Low Temperature|
|Digital Inputs||6 PLC|
|Digital Outputs||4 PLC|
|Size (W x L)||51 x 126 mm|
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In addition, diagnostic functions may take place over the network to report on motor status and health.
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