Elmo Motion Control will demonstrate its new NANO servo drive in action at the Automation and Electronics trade fair in Zurich, Switzerland, from June, 24 to 25, 2015. The Automation and Electronics trade fair is Switzerland’s trade fair for industry and science advancements.
The Gold Twitter NANO servo drive is the smallest and the latest addition to the Gold line. Weighing just 18 grams, the NANO servo drive is less than 13 cm3 in volume, delivers an ultra-high current of 50A/100VDC and provides over 4,000 qualitative Watts.
As a product solution for high-end machines, it minimizes the design’s footprint; therefore, the NANO servo drive reduces the weight and size of the enclosure where the drive is placed (distributed networking) allowing for high density, high reliability and high efficiency.
NANO servo drive’s recently developed motion control is the key to productivity in modern automation systems. Whether for printing, packaging, laboratory diagnostics, semiconductor manufacturing or general industrial robotics, efficient machine motion increases throughput, enhances quality and reduces costs.
High performance motion control requires more than pinpoint precision or high tool speeds. It requires combining these and their component attributes, such as acceleration, deceleration, torque and backlash, to achieve the most efficient motion within the drive, while leveraging the practical constraints of a machine.
Due to its compact size, featherweight, high output power and advanced servo capabilities, the Gold Twitter meets throughput challenges becoming the ideal solution for machines that require precise control force and advanced servo capabilities.
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