Servo motor family expands

Line of brushless rotary servo motors expands to include MPP092x, MPP100x, and MPP115x motors equipped with a resolver, standard 2,000-line incremental encoder, Heidenhain EnDat absolute encoder (single or multi-turn), or Stegmann Hiperface absolute encoders, which are to be released soon.

By Control Engineering Staff December 5, 2005

Line of brushless rotary servo motors expands to include MPP092x, MPP100x, and MPP115x motors equipped with a resolver, standard 2,000-line incremental encoder, Heidenhain EnDat absolute encoder (single or multi-turn), or Stegmann Hiperface absolute encoders, which are to be released soon. MPP motors are designed for demanding applications and feature low inertia and high power in a package smaller than that of conventional servo motors. They use segmented lamination technology, which can yield up to 40% higher torque per unit than conventionally wound servo motors. Lead time on the line has been reduced to 3 days. Applications include packaging, printing, semiconductor, and machine tool industries. www.parkermotion.com Parker Electromechanical Automation