Hoffman Estates, IL –The IndraDrive Cs low-power servo drive from Bosch Rexroth features an extremely compact space-saving design and open support of multiple Ethernet-based communication busses for more flexibility.
The IndraDrive Cs supports SERCOS III, ProfiNet, EtherNet/IP and EtherCat communications and is ideal for industries ranging from semiconductor, medical and machine tool to printing, converting, packaging and metal forming.
Designed for flexibility, the drive has a universal multi-encoder interface supporting Hiperface®, EnDat 2.1 and 2.2, 1Vss, 5 V TTL, and Rexroth MSM servo motors.
Adding functionality and overall cost savings, the small IndraDrive Cs can also be equipped with a drive-based PLC integrating motion and logic according to IEC 61131-3 standards, as well as Safety On Board capability for certifiable drive-based machine safety.
The IndraDrive Cs comes with digital inputs and outputs plus an analog input on board, integrated brake resistor, additional interface for a second encoder, and an intelligent operation panel with programming module function.
Available in models ranging from 50 W up to 3.5 kW, the IndraDrive Cs dimensions measure 50 x 145 x 220 (mm) for one unit, and 75 x 205 x 220 (mm) for the larger unit. Maximum current ranges from 3A up to 28A, with a high overload range.
The IndraDrive Cs family also includes five compact Rexroth MSM-series of motors ranging from 50 W up to 750 W continuous power with IP54 protection, multi-turn absolute encoder functionality, and optional holding brake.