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Brushed and Brushless Servo
April 2005
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The company has introduced a series of brushed servos and two series of brushless servos, which reportedly have been engineered to reduce torque ripple for smooth operation. Options such as integral encoders, brakes, and tachometers make these motors ideal for robotics, machine tools, medical equipment, assembly, and packaging applications. The SE500 series consists of eight brushed servos from 23 to 500 W. The SE600 series of eight low-inertia brushless servos features motors that go from 30 to 1,500 W, and the SE700 series of 12 medium-inertia brushless servos go from 50 to 7,000 W.

Brushed motors come standard with 1,000 line differential encoders, and brushless motors come standard with 2,000 line differential encoders. Optional 500, 1,000, 2,000, and 2,500 line differential encoders with A, B, and Index are available. A standard 24 V d.c. and optional 90 V d.c. fail-safe brake is available for brushed and brushless motors.

Trust Automation, Inc.


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