Allied Motion’s (www.alliedmotion.com) has launched its EnduraMax 75i integrated brushless servomotor-drive, which combines an integrated all-digital drive, a 4096 count magnetic encoder and a high power density 75 mm brushless DC motor.
This feature-rich integrated motor-drive comes with both +/-10VDC or four to 20 mA command inputs. It can also be controlled through optional Modbus or CANopen, enabling flexibility with system interfacing. EnduraMax 75i motor-drive is offered in three frame lengths as well as in voltages of 48, 24 and 12VDC for up to 1Nm continuous rated torque and up to 39000 rpm speeds.
The neatly packaged solution for speed, torque and/or position control can be used as an alternative for similar sized brushed DC servo motors with longer service life, much higher dynamic performance, quieter operation and reduced maintenance.
The EnduraMax 75i’s set up for motor tuning, position loop or velocity and current is made straightforward with its integrated RS232 communications port as well as the supplied PC-based IN Control HMI software. Suitable for direct position indexing, the port can also be utilized for indexing through optional Modbus or CANopen. It is complemented by six programmable inputs and three outputs for drive fault, limited switches, drive enable and others.
EnduraMax 75i provides full drive electronics protection over short circuit, voltage and reverse voltage with Class F (155c) and I2T rated motor windings. The durable and robust anodized motor and drive housing features IP50 protection with independent D-type connectors and heavy duty bearings for encoder, motor power and I/O, and with a third connector for its optional fieldbus interface.