Servo Drives Add Compatibility

June 22, 2010
The company's e100 servo motor drive family adds more compatibility by adding three more industrial ethernet protocols: Ethernet/IP, Modbus TCP and Powerlink.
With the new protocols in the fold, the drive family offers system builders a choice of servo motor, closed-loop vector or V/Hz motor control modes. Features include a DC bus system that can share regenerated power with other axes, option card slots for specific applications, universal encoder feedback input and programmable notch filters to eliminate mechanical resonance effects. The company now supports all of the Ethernet protocols on its Nextmove e10 motion system and machine controller. Baldor Electric Co. www.baldormotion.com

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