Kollmorgen (Radford, VA) has introduced Value-Line servomotors that cover the torque range from 0.5 Nm to 16 Nm (peak or continuous). The servomotors are available in most popular motor sizes with 12 standard windings, in both NEMA23 and NEMA34, and Metric (60 mm and 90 mm) mounting standards, and with multiple shaft configurations for seamless integration into nearly any system. They can operate at 120/240 VAC or 160/320 VDC, and deliver rated speeds up to 6000 RPM, while providing up to 16 Nm peak torque and nearly 5 Nm continuous torque. Multiple feedback and cable options are available.
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