Applied Motion Products increases the acceptance of MDX Integrated Servo Motors into industrial motion control applications with UL Recognition on all models. This certification assures users in the United States and Canada that these motors meet high quality standards for electrical safety.
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Applied Motion Products provides a series of integrated motors featuring multi-turn, absolute encoders that do not require batteries or external power to track position when the motor is powered off. The new encoders, called TruCount™ Encoders, make use of a special energy harvesting technique to enable battery-less functionality.
Applied Motion Products introduces the SSDC Series of StepSERVO™ Drives that offer more digital inputs and outputs (I/O) than its integrated motor counterparts, such as secondary encoder inputs for dual position-loop control. SSDC StepSERVO Drives are separate, non-integrated drives that, when paired with existing StepSERVO Motors, can reduce replacement costs for individual motors and provide convenient wiring options for users with sufficient space in control cabinets.
We are pleased to introduce the TSM14POE StepSERVO™ Integrated Motor with Power over Ethernet (PoE) functionality. The TSM14POE is a unique, single-cable solution for motion control applications requiring minimal wiring and a small footprint. By combining power and Ethernet communications into a single connector, wiring to the integrated motor is greatly simplified and the motor can be mounted almost anywhere.
A range of servo drives, stepper drives and integrated motors from Applied Motion Products conform to the ODVA specification for EtherNet/IP communications. The ODVA Conformance program mandates that vendors use a common network interface to ensure interoperability with products from other vendors. Products must pass rigorous testing by an authorized Test Service Provider before being declared ODVA conformant.
We are pleased to announce the release of two new NEMA 24 frame integrated motors with dual-port communications. The SWM24IP-3DE Integrated Stepper and TXM24IP-1DG StepSERVO™ Integrated Motor provide two M12 connectors for connecting to the industrial Ethernet network of your plant or machine. The ability to have two connectors on each axis instead of just one permits more efficient network topologies such as line networks and daisy-chain connections.
Many of our best-selling, most popular motion control products require 24 or 48 volts DC to power them. That means to put these motors and drives to work you need an industrial-grade DC power supply to provide a steady and reliable source of current and voltage to each axis.
Applied Motion Products is pleased to announce the release of new Add On Instructions (AOI) for Rockwell Automation’s RSLogix5000™ software. These new AOIs support Applied Motion’s latest EtherNet/IP firmware and facilitate the rapid integration of Applied Motion drives and integrated motors into PLC projects.
Applied Motion Products is pleased to announce the introduction of a closed-loop linear actuator that offers greater acceleration rates, shorter move times and higher throughput than conventional step motor-based linear actuators. Creating peak torques up to 50% higher than holding torque, TBSM11 Linear Actuators accelerate and decelerate faster, making them ideal for high throughput processes that require linear actuators to start and stop quickly.
Applied Motion Products, Inc. is pleased to announce the introduction of a new encoder feedback option for NEMA 17, 23, and 24 frame stepper motors. These new incremental encoders are built upon a technology that utilizes capacitive reactance to generate digital signals for speed and position feedback in the motor and drive system. Capacitive encoders offer advantages over other encoder types, including resistance to environmental contaminants such as dust and oil. Modular capacitive encoders also have thin profiles and are competitively priced.