High-torque brushless servo motors in NEMA and metric frame sizes. J series motors come in a 40, 60, or 80 mm frame size, along with a 10,000 count incremental commutating encoder and an IP65 rating for the motor body. V series motors come in NEMA 17, 23, and 34 frame sizes with 2048-line incremental commutating encoders. The servo motors available here are specifically designed to work with Applied Motion servo drives.
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What does the voltage rating of a servo motor mean?
The voltage rating of a servo motor is the voltage at which the motor can produce full rated power. If you operate a servo motor from a drive whose bus voltage is lower that the motor’s rated voltage, it won’t be able to achieve full speed.
What does the current rating of a servo motor mean?
The current rating of a servo motor is the current you’ll want to set the drive for so that the motor isn’t over driven, resulting in overheating and possible damage. If your drive cannot supply the full rated current required by the motor, you can still use the motor with that drive but you will get less than the rated torque.
What is the encoder resolution on your servo motors?
The J series servo motors each contain a 10,000 count/rev incremental encoder with Hall commutation tracks.
What voltage is used for the brake?
J series servo motors containing integral holding brakes require 24 volts DC to release the brake. Current requirements vary from model to model, but do not exceed 0.75 A.