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  • SLAS2020 International Conference & Exhibition

    Nov
    17

    The SLAS2020 International Conference & Exhibition takes place from January 25-29, 2020 at the San Diego Convention Center. The conference & exhibition focus on helping life sciences professionals leverage the power of technology to transform laboratory research. Registration for the event is now open.

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  • What is PoE?

    Oct
    31

    The TSM14POE StepSERVO™ Integrated Motor is the first motion control solution from Applied Motion Products to make use of Power over Ethernet, also known as PoE.

  • New Product - SSDC StepSERVO™ Drives

    Oct
    09

    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.

  • Pack Expo 2019 - Wrap-Up

    Oct
    07

    This year's Pack Expo Las Vegas was a record-breaking show with more attendees and exhibitors than ever before. In the Applied Motion Products booth we hosted hundreds of visitors over the course of the three-day event, with many new and existing products on display.

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  • Live Webinar - What You Need to Know about Motion Control with Integrated Motors

    Oct
    07

    Integrated motors are a great solution for many motion control applications. They offer convenience and cost-savings without sacrificing performance. In this free, live webinar provided by Design World magazine, we’ll review the important features, benefits and limitations of integrated motors and consider typical applications where they are often the best solution.

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  • Integrated Motors with Power over Ethernet (PoE)

    Aug
    21

    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.

  • Pack Expo Las Vegas 2019

    Jul
    17

    Pack Expo Las Vegas takes place at the Las Vegas Convention Center from September 23-25. Visit us in booth C-3614 to see the latest and greatest motion control components.

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  • Land Purchased for New Corporate Headquarters

    Jul
    03

    Applied Motion Products is excited to announce that we have purchased land to build new corporate headquarters in Morgan Hill, CA, located in Santa Clara County at the southern tip of Silicon Valley. The new headquarters will consolidate all U.S. operations (now conducted in two separate buildings in Watsonville, CA) including production, warehouse, operations, engineering, customer service and executive management in one location for greater efficiencies and synergy among the different departments.

  • ODVA Conformance for EtherNet/IP-enabled Drives and Integrated Motors

    Jun
    27

    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.

  • Dual-Port Ethernet Now Available on NEMA 24 Integrated Motors

    May
    28

    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.

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