Press Release Summary:
Providing up to 21 kW and 35 kW respectively, Model B060A400AC outputs 60 A peak/30 A continuous, while Model B100A400AC outputs 100 A peak/50 A continuous. Built-in shunt circuit alleviates regeneration issues to maximize deceleration rate of large inertial loads.Â Operating with 200–240 Vac and 255–373 Vdc, brushless servo drives offer 17 current loop integrator gain settings, 32 current loop proportional gain settings, 8 velocity loop integrator gain settings, and 4 tachometer scaling settings.
Original Press Release:
ADVANCED Motion Controls® Introduces the Most Configurable Analog Servo Drives to Date
Available immediately are the B060A400AC and B100A400AC analog brushless servo drives providing up to 21kW and 35kW respectively. The B060A400AC is capable of outputting 60A peak and 30A continuous while the B100A400AC outputs 100A peak and 50A continuous. These servo drives can operate with both AC and DC supply voltages with an AC voltage range of 200-240VAC and a DC voltage range of 255-373 VDC. The built-in shunt circuit alleviates regeneration issues to increase the maximum deceleration rate of large inertial loads. Modes of operation include: Current, Duty Cycle, Voltage, IR Comp, Encoder Velocity, Hall Velocity and Tachometer.
DIP Switch selectable settings allow fine-tuning to match motor and machine dynamics without having to change components on the board. Included are 17 current loop integrator gain settings, 32 current loop proportional gain settings, 8 velocity loop integrator gain settings and 4 tachometer scaling settings. In addition, selectable inhibit logic, fault logic and linear ramping make these drives compatible with more controllers. With so many configuration options these are our most configurable analog servo drives ever.
These new servo drives are suited for a wide range of applications including: assembly/general factory automation, satellite ground station positioning, robotics, testers, metalworking machines, alternative energy control, simulators and more.
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