More power to servodrives

May 6, 2004
Allen-Bradley Kinetix 6000 digital servodrives feature expanded power ranges of 1 to 11 kW for 230-V units and 2 to 22 kW for 460-V units.

Ideal applications include packaging, material handling, and converting. A Power Rail backplane simplifies servosystem mounting and wiring. A resistive-brake module supplies safe stopping by providing electrical separation between a drive and motor, shutting down one drive while others continue to run. Units also support a feedback-only axis, letting each axis support two feedback devices.

Rockwell Automation 1201 South Second St., Milwaukee, WI 53402, (800) 223-5354,

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