Electromechanical actuators are most economical when deployed in a moderate scale in processes where their performance advantages can be a benefit and when the electronics are separate from the actuator to segment and minimize replacement costs. The trend is clearly toward electromechanical actuators, as they offer more energy efficiency, safety, better control of the motion profile, and lower cost of ownership over the course of the machine’s lifetime.
The i116-09 is one of the smallest servo drive in the world. Based on an innovative design concept to fit into a minimum space, this unit has been designed to precisely drive linear brushless motors and voice coils with integrated motion controller capabilities adding value to our customers actuators.
Development Time: 6 weeks
Yearly Volume: 1000 units
|Supply Voltage||VDC||220 - 238|
|Dimensions||mm||165 x 150 x 1|
|Feedback||Digital Halls|Digital Incremental Encoder|SSI|
|Supported Motor Types||DC Brushed|Rotary Brushless|Linear Brushless|Voice Coil|
|Motion Modes||Profile Position|Profile Speed|Profile Torque|Cyclic Sync Position|Cyclic Sync Velocity|Cyclic Sync Torque|Homing|
|Storage Temperature||ºC||125 to -50|
|Operating Temperature||ºC||-20 to 75|