Servo Amplfier suits stand alone velocity mode applications.
Press Release Summary:
Model BX25A20AC brushless servo amplifier outputs 25 A peak and 12.5 A continuous. Dipswitches enable user to field configure unit for Hall, encoder, or tachometer velocity modes. They also allow adjustment of current scaling and configuration of active fault level, inhibit/enable, and latching/non-latching faults. Built-in power supply allows amplifier to run directly off 30-125 Vac. Unit includes 1,500 Vdc isolation, is CE compliant and UL recognized.
Original Press Release:
Brushless Servo Amplifier Ideal For Stand Alone Velocity Mode Applications
Camarillo, CA...Advanced Motion Controls announces the availability of our BX25A20AC servo amplifiers. The BX25A20AC outputs 25 Amps peak 12.5 Amps continuous. Dipswitches enable the user to field configure the unit for Hall, encoder or tachometer velocity modes. 200mA encoder/Hall power is available from the unit so a separate supply is not needed. Unit includes a built in power supply that allows the unit to run directly off 30-125 VAC making this a complete amplifier/power supply solution for stand alone velocity mode applications. Potentiometers allow the user to easily make adjustments to improve velocity mode performance. The units can also be configured for current mode or open loop mode. Dipswitches also allow the user to adjust current scaling and to configure active fault level, inhibit/enable, and latching/non-latching faults. It is also possible to configure the unit such that an inhibit condition does not toggle the fault output. 1500 VDC isolation is standard on all units. Units are CE compliant and UL recognized. Typical velocity mode applications include: patient moving, angiographic fluid delivery, material and parcel sorting, packaging equipment, material handling equipment, air regulation equipment and robotic systems.
To obtain additional information on this product, contact Product Manager, Sharon Reed (email@example.com) @ Advanced Motion Controls or visit our web site at www.a-m-c.com.