Housed motors range extended: Smallest high-pole ac servo
Wittenstein has expanded its housed motor range to include the traditional premium motors, industrial motors design for the OEM Market, and what's said to be the world's smallest high-pole ac servo motor.
Building on a base of direct drive and extreme motor options, Wittenstein has expanded its housed motor range to include the traditional premium motors as well as industrial motors specifically designed and developed to support the needs of the OEM market.
The new range of standard industrial housed motors are designed for precise positioning applications, with simplified selection and implementation.
The premium housed motors are Wittenstein's traditional customizable motors. Featuring high dynamic performance and energy savings through optimal weight and power density, products include one of the world's smallest high pole ac-servo motors.
Wittenstein motors are produced with the highest quality materials with well proven brushless 3-phase technology. Minimum weight and high-power density allow designers to create compact, high-performing machines for application in robots, medical and automation.
Wittenstein is committed to being a world-class partner for customers of its intelligent mechatronic drive technology, servo systems and mechanical components. By using the power of science, innovation and forward thinking engineering, the company strives to provide cutting-edge technology for today's motion.
- Edited by Gust Gianos, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com
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