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New WLAN module for JVL’s MAC-motors

New WLAN module for JVL’s MAC-motors
A very wide range of integrated AC servo motors makes JVL a leading supplier in the field of motion control. The numerous features of these motors include a unique modular concept that makes it extremely easy to adapt the motors to a large number of applications.
7th February 2008

New livery from Parker SSD Drives highlights performance benefits

New livery from Parker SSD Drives highlights performance benefits
The latest AC, DC and servo drives from the Parker SSD Drives division of Parker Hannifinhave been re-launched in a new global Parker grey and gold colour sche me. This is designed to reflect both the advanced nature of the latest drives, many of which offer considerable performance advantages over competing devices, and the continuing integration of Parker SSD Drives within the global structure of the Parker organisation.
29th January 2008

MOELLER makes it easier to get started!

MOELLER makes it easier to get started!
Ease of use, economy and efficiency are among the key benefits of Moeller Electric’s latest xStart range of control gear that now offers compact and dependable motor starting solutions for motors up to 90kW.
7th December 2007


Mclennan launch new range of 5 and 10 A stepper drives with choice of built-in intelligent controller

Mclennan launch new range of 5 and 10 A stepper drives with choice of built-in intelligent controller
Mclennan Servo Supplies has launched a new range of 5 and 10 A intelligent stepper drives from the California based motion control innovator Applied Motion Products. The new ST series microstepping drives are available in three competitively priced versions offering a wide choice of control options that includes step and direction input, encoder following, graphical point and click programming for simple machine sequencing, and high level ASCII host control for complex multi-axis motion and machine control.
30th November 2007

Aerotech's new ARMS rotary motion simulators provide positioning and rate

Aerotech's new ARMS rotary motion simulators provide positioning and rate
Aerotech's new ARMS series rotary motion simulators provide highly accurate angular rates, acceleration and position profiles for inertial component test systems and instruments. The new simulators include a choice of slip ring assemblies and rotary unions for interfacing with the Unit Under Test (UUT) and are supplied with matched servo drives, motion controls and GUI motion design software. Users are able to generate or download complex rotary motion profiles and execute them with a velocity stability to 0.0001% over 360 degrees for direct loads up to 170 kg. The range is aimed at dynamic in-process testing of gyroscopes, MEMS sensors, accelerometers and other rate table applications requiring ultra-precise rotational profiling for use on avionics equipment, automobiles, and other ground based vehicles and inertial platforms.
30th November 2007

New 0.9 Degree Size 23 Linear Actuators

New 0.9 Degree Size 23 Linear Actuators
Haydon Switch & Instrument, Inc. (Haydon) is proud to announce that their size 23 hybrid linear actuators are now available with a 0.9 degree step angle. This new step angle is designed for higher resolution and allows for a full step linear movement of 0.0000625” (1.6 microns). Like the 1.8 degree version, this actuator is available in all four designs; captive, non-captive, external linear, and linear rotary. Combined with a stainless steel lead screw, the linear actuator delivers an extremely smooth, precise motion. Haydon’s linear actuators are designed for applications that require long life, reliability, precise positioning and rapid motion.
29th November 2007

Rigid Stator Mount Employs Ring of Steel

Rigid Stator Mount Employs Ring of Steel
Rencol Tolerance Rings has developed an innovative way of mounting the stator rigidly in the can of an electric motor using a tolerance ring. The new approach presents a simple and cost-effective alternative to the more traditional mounting methods, such as heat to press and the use of adhesives.
23rd November 2007

Aerotech's new ABRT rotary air bearing stages provide exceptional velocity stability and error motion performance

Aerotech's new ABRT rotary air bearing stages provide exceptional velocity stability and error motion performance
Aerotech's new ABRT series rotary stages combine innovative air bearing mechanics, direct-drive servo technology and ultra-high precision angle encoders to provide exceptional levels of angular positioning performance. Available in three models with nominal tabletop diameters of 100 mm, 150 mm and 200 mm, they provide up to 70 kg load capacity with bidirectional repeatability to less than 1 arc-sec (< 5 μradians) and calibrated angular accuracy to +/- 2 arc-sec.
20th November 2007

Mclennan release new 23 and 34 frame high-torque stepper motors with terminal box option for cable gland or circular ring connectors

Mclennan release new 23 and 34 frame high-torque stepper motors with terminal box option for cable gland or circular ring connectors
Stepper motors fitted with flying leads often require elaborate and costly modification to adapt the wiring into applications, particularly where EMC, environmental protection or smart appearance is of importance. To address the problem, Mclennan Servo Supplies Ltd, the Surrey based mechatronics solutions provider has commissioned the acclaimed Japanese manufacturer Tamagawa Seiki to produce a new range of NEMA 23 and 34 frame hybrid stepper motors complete with a terminal block and a choice of cable gland or metal ring connectors.
20th November 2007

New magnet design develops extra power

New magnet design develops extra power
A totally new concept in magnet design and construction has enabled Geeplus to develop a voice coil motor which develops between 30 and 40% more force than devices using a similar coil.
19th November 2007


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