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Full-featured servo motor drives in a variety of control options ranging from pulse & direction, analog torque and velocity, and streaming serial commands, to the stand-alone execution of stored programs using your choice of two popular programming environments: Si Programmer™ and Q Programmer™. An easy-to-use software interface, Quick Tuner™, makes setup and tuning the servo system a snap.
Browse & Filter Servo Drives
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Use this page to find the best servo drive for your application. The categories at the top of this page contain drive characteristics that you can use to filter through the list of drives in the table below.
The categories of servo drive characteristics include Supply Voltage Type, Supply Voltage, Control Modes, Continuous Output Current, Peak Output Current, and Communication Ports. Definitions for all of these categories are below.
Helpful tips for using this page:
Start by selecting the one or two most important characteristics for your application. Click the Filter button to reduce the number of drives shown in the table, leaving only those that match the characteristics you’ve chosen.
Refine your search by selecting additional characteristics and filtering again.
Select more than one characteristic in a given category by holding down the Ctrl key on your keyboard. You can also leave categories blank.
Once you’ve found a group of drives that match the characteristics you want, compare them side-by-side by first selecting up to four drives in the far right-hand column, then clicking the Compare Products button that appears.
You can also sort drives in the table by clicking on the table column headers. For example, sort drives by price by clicking on the 1pc./100pc. column header.
Use the Reset button to clear the categories and start over.
Definitions of categories:
Supply Voltage Type: Select whether you plan to supply AC or DC voltage to the drive.
Supply Voltage: Select the AC or DC supply voltage value closest to what you actually plan to use in your application.
Control Modes: Select the primary control mode you plan to use in your application, based on the following definitions:
Step & Direction: Choose this mode if you would like to position the motor with step (pulse) & direction signals, CW/CCW pulse signals, or A/B quadrature encoder signals.
Analog Torque/ Velocity: Choose this mode if you would like to command the drive and motor in a conventional +/-10V torque or velocity servo control mode.
Streaming Commands: Choose this mode if you would like to stream serial commands (also known as SCL commands) to the drive’s communication port from a host controller, such as a PC, PLC, HMI, or other controller. Serial commands can be streamed to RS-232, RS-485, and Ethernet ports, as well as through a SiNet Hub (RS-232). Multi-drop serial networks can be created with RS-485 ports.
Analog Positioning: Choose this if you would like to use an analog signal (from 0-5v to +/-10v) to control motor position.
Encoder Following: Choose this mode if you would like the drive to match speeds and position from an external master encoder signal. This includes electronic gearing, built-in ramping to match speed, and precise positioning from a registration mark.
Si Programming: Choose this mode if you would like to use Applied Motion’s intuitive and easy-to-use Si Programmer™ software to create single-axis indexing programs that the drive can run stand-alone.
Q Programming: Choose this mode if you would like to use Applied Motion’s robust and functional Q Programmer™ software to create single-axis motion control programs that the drive can run stand-alone.
CANopen: Choose this mode if you would like to use the drive as a slave node on a CANopen communications network.
Ethernet/IP: Choose this mode if you would like to use the drive as a slave node on an Ethernet/IP communications network.
SiNet Hub Compatible: Choose this if you would like to use the drive in a multi-axis application with the SiNet Hub 444 or SiNet Hub 8 multi-axis controller.
Output Current, Continuous: Select the amount of continuous amperage you need to run your servo motor.
Output Current, Peak: Select the amount of peak amperage you need to run your servo motor.
Communication Ports: Select the communication port required for your application, such as RS-232, RS-485, CANopen, or Ethernet.
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