460-Vac Digital Servodrives

Dec. 9, 2004
Five new 460-Vac servodrives provide power from 2.4 to 17 kW with continuous output current from 5 to 35 A rms/phase.

These drives have no pots, jumpers, or other fieldchangeable components. Instead, configuration is via software and resides in the drive flash memory. Parameters may come from a motor database or the custom motor editor. Drives carry an IEEE-1394 (FireWire) connection for networking. Operational parameters can download to the drive as needed from the ServoWire Motion and Logic Controller (SMLC) software via any PC.

Ormec Systems Corp.,
19 Linden Park, Rochester, NY
(800) 656-7632, ormec.com

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