Servo2Go.com (Greenville, DE) offers
Applied Motion Products’ SVAC3 Series digital
servo drives. The AC powered
drives can be controlled via
analog signal or step and
direction inputs. They also
can be programmed to
act as standalone
units. All models
connection to the supplied
Windows software for configuration and tuning.
Applications can communicate in real
time using the SCl and Q languages over standard
100-Mbit Ethernet cabling, addressing,
Three drives are available, each in 120VAC
and 220VAC versions. The 120V versions provide
up to 3.5A rms continuous current and
7.5A rms peak. The 220V versions provide up
to 1.8A rms continuous and 5.4A rms peak. A
built-in regeneration circuit disperses incoming
energy from decelerating inertial loads.
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