Servo terminal for EtherCAT IO systems

The EL7211 servomotor terminal from Beckhoff is suitable for servomotors up to 4.5 ARMS and the EL7211-0010 variant also supports the OCT connection technology which saves material and commissioning costs.

07/22/2014


The EL7211 servomotor terminal from Beckhoff is suitable for servomotors up to 4.5 ARMS and it also supports the OCT connection technology, which is designed to save material and commissioning costs. Courtesy: BeckhoffBeckhoff's EL7211 servomotor EtherCAT terminal is designed to offer a servo drive with an output current of up to 4.5 ARMS integrated into a 24-mm wide terminal housing. This EL7211 is available with integrated resolver interface or with the One Cable Technology (OCT) solution. The OCT is designed to combine power and feedback into one cable to reduce material and commissioning costs. The EL7211 servomotor EtherCAT Terminal is designed with a 24-mm terminal housing with up to 4.5 ARMS at 50 Vdc. This is an increase over the already proven and popular 12-mm wide EL7201 servomotor terminal with 2.8 ARMS.

Beckhoff Automation 

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