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June 23, 2022

 

MC Ethernet IP Servo Drives that Fit in the Palm of Your Hand 1 400

Unfortunately, there are very few low-voltage, compact EtherNet/IP®® servo drive solutions on the market. This presents a problem for engineers who want to incorporate EtherNet/IP on their low voltage mobile applications.

Fortunately, compact servo drives are their specialty, so Advanced Motion Controls is releasing three new FlexPro®® servo drives with support for EtherNet/IP.

Perfect for Mobile Robots

With our new FlexPro drives, engineers now have options for using EtherNet/IP in motion applications at voltage ranges as low as 10-55 VDC. With current outputs as high as 25 amps continuous and 50 amps peak, that makes these servo drives perfect for battery powered mobile applications.

Their compact footprint, 38.1 x 25.4 mm (1.5 x 1 in) allows them to be integrated elegantly into designs without adding excess weight or bulk. The form factor mates directly to your PCB design, saving additional space while also reducing errors due to wiring.

With several options available, you can mix and match the right servo drive power levels into your own hybrid multi-axis solution.

Product Models

MC Ethernet IP Servo Drives that Fit in the Palm of Your Hand 2 400

FE060-5-IPM

5 amps continuous
10 amps peak
10-55 VDC

 

 

MC Ethernet IP Servo Drives that Fit in the Palm of Your Hand 3 400

FE060-10-IPM

10 amps continuous
20 amps peak
10-55 VDC

 

 

MC Ethernet IP Servo Drives that Fit in the Palm of Your Hand 4 400

FE060-25-IPM

25 amps continuous
50 amps peak
10-55 VDC

 

 

Get the Right Servo Drive

Don't compromise your design to accommodate a servo drive. Get a servo drive that's perfect for your design.

See all of Advanced Motion Controls' EtherNet/IP compatible servo drives here or browse their entire servo drive offering!

Still don't see what you need? Not a problem. They're happy to help you develop a custom servo drive that's made especially for your EtherNet/IP system.

Contact Advanced Motion Controls about requesting a custom solution or if you have further questions about EtherNet/IP compatible servo drives. We can arrange a call or visit to our facility.

 

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