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ADVANCED Motion Controls® analog Z-Drives now output nearly 5kW of peak power in a footprint smaller than a smartphone June 26, 2013

Posted by Servo2Go.com in New Product Press Releases.
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Available immediately are 6 new analog Z-Drive models with increased current output of 60A peak and 30A continuous designed with the same footprint and pin functionality as the previous 40A versions.  These new servo drives provide 50% more power in the same space, making upgrades in power output a simple drop-in replacement.  Included are models compatible with brushed and brushless permanent magnet servo motors, with current and velocity mode operation and options for +/-10V or PWM & Direction commands.

Advanced Motion Controls Z-Drive

Advanced Motion Controls Z-Drive

New Models:  AZ60A8, AZB60A8, AZ60A8DDC, AZBDC60A8, AZBH60A8, AZBE60A8

Z-Drives are plug-in style servo drives from ADVANCED Motion Controls that mount directly to the PCB enabling fully integrated designs while simplifying wiring and installation.  With a total of 72 models now available, Z-Drives come with a long list of options to meet every need including:

  • Digital and analog architectures
  • CANopen, RS232/485 and EtherCAT networks
  • Commands over the network or with I/O
  • Feedback including: TTL Encoders, 1Vp-p Encoders, Absolute Encoders and Hall sensors
  • 6-60A peak and 3-30A continuous
  • 40-175 VDC
  • Extended Environment options

More information on the Z Drives from Advanced Motion Controls can be found at the link below-

http://www.servo2go.com/search.php?search=smartphone&D=PROD

A copy of this Press Release can be viewed at-

http://www.servo2go.com/news.php?id=111

For more information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@servo2go.com
Toll Free Phone:  877-378-0240
Toll Free Fax:       877-378-0249
www.servo2go.com

Tags:   AMC, Advanced Motion Controls, Servo Amplifier, Brushless Amplifier, PCB Amplifier, Servo2Go, BLDC Amplifier

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