Servo drives to debut at IANA
Elmo Motion Control will exhibit its Gold Twitter and Gold Drum HV servo drives at Industrial Automation North America (IANA) at IMTS in Chicago, Booth E-4971, September 8-13, 2014.
Elmo Motion Control will exhibit its Gold Twitter, a tiny, but high-power servo drive at Industrial Automation North America (IANA) at IMTS in Chicago, Booth E-4971, September 8-13, 2014. Weighing at just 18 g and less than 13 cm3 in volume, the Gold Twitter is designed to deliver up to 4000W of qualitative power, ultra high current of 50A/100V with advanced servo capabilities and support for EtherCAT and CANopen fieldbus communication standards for deployment in any industrial application. Gold Twitter is compliant with international safety and EMC standards. In addition, the Gold Twitter is mountable, and it incorporates Elmo's proprietary FASST, (Fast and Soft Switching Technology) resulting in >99% efficiency with negligible EMI.
Elmo's Gold Drum HV will also be debuting at IMTS. The Gold Drum HV is a compact high voltage servo drive that delivers up to 65000W of continuous power and runs optimally on any servo motor, supporting "any feedback" sensor in single, dual, and gantry loop configurations. Both can be set up and tuned using Elmo Application Studio II (EASII) software, which will allow them to operate as a single or multi-axis control solution in a distributed configuration real-time network.
CFE Media will sponsor the 2014 Global Automation and Manufacturing Summit on Sept. 10 starting at 8:15 a.m. in Room W190 in the West Wing of McCormick Place.
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