Direct drive hybrid servo motors

QuickSilver Controls' range of NEMA 23 frame Direct Drive Hybrid Servo Motors comes in four stack sizes and are designed to provide continuous torque, with top speeds ranging from 1000 to 4000 RPM.
By QuickSilver Controls October 10, 2016

QuickSilver Controls' range of NEMA 23 frame Direct Drive Hybrid Servo Motors comes in four stack sizes and are designed to provide continuous torque, with top speeds ranging from 1000 to 4000 RPM. Courtesy: QuickSilver Controls

QuickSilver Controls’ range of NEMA 23 frame Direct Drive Hybrid Servo Motors comes in four stack sizes and are designed to provide 80 oz-in (.56 Nm) through 430 oz-In (3 Nm) continuous torque, with top speeds ranging from 1000 to 4000 RPM. Hybrid servo motors are suited for direct drive applications, which is designed to eliminate the need for gear heads in most applications. These high torque motors match well to loads in the 500 to 2000 RPM speed range and can provide an increase in both power and efficiency over conventional servo motors in these speed ranges. The control system includes patented damping methods to allow wide ranges of inertial mismatch without retuning or notch filters, reducing the need for inertial matching of the motor to the load.

The programming environment provides two programming threads in addition to an active motion. Sophisticated programs can be easily implemented. Serial communications include Modbus RTU, 8bit ASCII, 9bit binary, and DMX512. CANopen is simultaneously available with the serial options. Seven inputs and outputs (IOs) are provided for external interfacing. Programmable terminations allow the IO to be pulled high, pulled low, or floated while in input mode. All of the IO may also be used as analog inputs, with one channel also supporting 0 to 10V analog control. 

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