Drives With Sweet Harmony

Oct. 7, 2004
The Cello family of digital servodrives delivers 3 kW of continuous and 6 kW of peak power in a 6 X 4 X 1-in.

package weighing 22.6 oz. Units operate in current, velocity, or position modes and function in a wide variety of feedback options including incremental encoders, resolvers, interpolated analog encoders, tachometers, and potentiometers. Units are available in ranges from 2.25 to 15 A with input voltages of 48, 85, and 180 Vdc and come with two CANopen ports and an RS-232 link. Programs are stored in 32 kbytes of memory and written using the company's Composer software. Elmo Motion Control, 1 Park Dr., Suite 12, Westford, MA 01886, (978) 399-0034,

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