Product SPOTLIGHT

March 1, 2005
Modular step motor The 3509V is a 0.9, size-14 step motor with five mounting options. FEATURES & BENEFITS 1.5 arc minutes accuracy 0.82 1.44 in. square,

Modular step motor

The 3509V is a 0.9°, size-14 step motor with five mounting options.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • 1.5 arc minutes accuracy
  • 0.82 × 1.44 in. square, 0.27 lb
  • Holding torque 16 oz-in.
  • Windings encapsulated with thermally conductive ceramic-based polymer

LIN ENGINEERING

Santa Clara, Calif.
(408) 919-0200
www.linengineering.com
Circle 134

Mini servodrives

Servodrive family expands to cover low-power range from 450 to 700 W.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • 2.3 × 8.1 × 8.7 in.
  • 100% compatible with existing series
  • Integrated braking resistor, line filter, restart inhibit, and motor holding brake control

B&R INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION CORP.

Roswell, Ga.
(770) 410-3206
www.br-automation.com
Circle 135

Five axis stepper module

The new Five Axis Integrated Stepper Module (FAISM) directly controls up to five stepper motors.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Includes stepper translator, output connects directly to the stepper motor
  • Five channels of SSI encoder feedback available
  • Profiles set up through the main control's application program using PiCPro for Windows

G&L MOTION CONTROL LLC

Fond du Lac, Wis.
(920) 921-7100
www.glcontrols.com
Circle 136

Compact servodrives and motors

The new Allen-Bradley Ultra 1500 servodrives and TL-Series servomotors are easy-to-use and compact in design.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Four frame sizes
  • Includes diagnostic and troubleshooting tools
  • Feedback resolution greater than 100,000 counts/rev
  • Continuous stall torque of 0.096 to 5.42 Nm (0.55 to16.4 lb-in.)

ROCKWELL AUTOMATION

Milwaukee, Wis.
(800) 223-5354
www.rockwell.com
Circle 137

Hybrid stepper motors

New MAE “N Series” hybrid stepper motors feature neodymium magnets for maximum torque and superior acceleration.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • NEMA frame size 34 (lengths 2.64, 3.70, 4.92 in. with holding torques of 397 oz-in., 680 oz-in., 1,076 oz-in.)
  • NEMA frame size 42 has holding torques of 1,204 oz-in.
  • Step resolutions of 1.8° (200 steps/rev)
  • Precision-honed stators and ground rotors, 4,6, or 8 leads, single or double-ended shaft extensions

PENNENGINEERING MOTION TECHNOLOGIES

Harleysville, Penn.
(877) 748-8626
www.pennmotion.com
Circle 138

Driver-controlled servomotors

Motor models BS 80/50 through BSE 80/100 deliver from 450 to 900 W, and are controlled by their own drivers.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • 15 inputs and eight outputs (digital)
  • Two inputs and two outputs (analog)
  • One input/output for simulation or encoder tracking

MINI MOTOR

www.minimotor.com
Circle 139

Stainless steel servomotors

This new Stainless Steel ServoMotor (SSBSM Series) was designed with durability in mind.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Handles IP67 and 1,500 psi washdown conditions
  • Standard and low inertia models
  • Five frame sizes
  • Continuous torques to 280 lb-in. (32 N-m) with up to 400% peak torque continuous

BALDOR ELECTRIC CO.

Fort Smith, Ark.
(800) 828-4920
www.baldor.com
Circle 140

Synchronous servomotors

DT series of synchronous servomotors provides maximum power in a very small frame.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • 30 kW power output
  • Maximum torque 600 Nm
  • Suitable for applications with intermittent operation

AMK DRIVES & CONTROL INC.

Richmond, Va.
(804) 222-0323
www.amkdrives.com
Circle 141

Slotless motors

Slotless HO Series Brushless Servomotors are ideal for light assembly and inspection applications.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Less than 1% harmonic distortion
  • Eliminates magnetic disturbances
  • 29 million counts/rev with a repeatability of 0.3 microradians
  • 16 mm through bore (hollow shaft)

APPLIMOTION INC.

Loomis, Calif.
(916) 652-3118
www.applimotion.comCircle 142

Miniature programmable servo

Thumb size EZServo controller and driver is fully programmable and fits on the back of a HEDS 5500 Encoder (1.4 × 0.95 in).

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Controls a DC Brush Motor at 1A, 50V with Quadrature Encoder Feedback and operates in Position, Velocity or Torque modes
  • Communicates with a host computer via the RS232/485 standard serial interface
  • Simple text-based commands control operation
  • Minimal wiring uses a four wire bus (2 power 2 communications) to daisy chain up to 16 EZServo and/or EZStepper controller + drivers.

ALLMOTION

San Jose, Calif.
(408) 460-1345
www.ezservo.com.
Circle 143

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