Portescap’s (West Chester, PA) LVD is a high-performance low-voltage servo
drive, designed to support small and large Brushed DC or Brushless motors.
Packed in a high power-density package, LVD is powered from a supply voltage
of 12-48VDC, and is capable of 7Amps RMS continuous and 12Amps RMS peak
current with CANopen® communication interface. LVD offers extensive
functionality with multiple I/O inputs and can be operated in Current,
Velocity or Position modes. The drive operates at a voltage range of 12V to
48V and supports both BLDC and DC motors. Its selectable switching frequency
also supports low inductance motors, making it suitable for a wide variety of
applications including surveillance cameras, semiconductor wafer handling
processes, highly-sensitive medical applications and more.
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