Offline servodrive - Elmo Motion Control Inc.

Aug. 12, 2010
The SimplIQ Trombone is a dc offline servodrive that operates from a very-high voltage (up to 7-kW) power source without a transformer

The SimplIQ Trombone is a dc offline servodrive that operates from a very-high voltage (up to 7-kW) power source without a transformer, using a “direct to mains” connection to a 400 or 750-Vdc power source. The pin-based Trombone can be PCB mounted or integrated within the motor.
Two dc-bus options are available: 80 to 400 Vdc and 200 to 750 Vdc, with a built-in smart supply for controlling the backup capabilities.

The Trombone operates with sinusoidal, trapezoidal, and dc motors. The feature-rich servomotor combines high-power density, programming flexibility, CANopen networking, and motion-control features for use in a wide variety of applications.

Elmo Motion Control Inc., 42 Technology Way, Nashua, NH 03060, (603) 821-9979, www.elmomc.com

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