Lenze (www.lenze.com) is proud to announce the latest expanded second-generation of 930K fluxxtorque servo drives. The expansions include a greater number of options, more flexible communication, higher level of functionality and increased efficiency. Users are allowed to mount this compact servo drive solution outside the control cabinet – directly at the process – to create the foundation for efficient, decentralized machine concepts.
The new 930K fluxxtorque servo drives feature a power range from 120 W to 440 W. These units are available for both low and extra-low voltage. These easy-to-clean and quick-to-install servo drives can operate precisely.
In its way of further development, the company has redesigned its synchronous servo motors, which resulted to having around 20 percent lower volume with the same power and increasing its efficiency.
In terms of functionality, these new series is ideal for a variety of options for controlling sensors and actuators through the integrated analog and digital I/Os. The 930K fluxxtorque servo drive is very communicative. In addition to the PROFIBUS and CAN fieldbus protocols, which were previously available, mechatronic units can also be integrated to Ethercat networks.
Feedback using multi-turn and single-turn absolute value encoders is also a new feature. Combined with a path program of up to 64 position points with the integrated positioning control, thereby makes the compact servo drive a small, precise positioning drive. Also, it can autonomously assume tasks in the machine network, with cost-effective control running the background. The “simplicity” resulting from this enables 930K fluxxtorque servo drive to be conveniently and quickly commissioned with the free of charge trilingual parameter setting software, which is supported by suitable system cables with Lenze’s fast connection technology (“SpeedTec”).