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Maxsine AC Servo Motors and Drives are top of the line units for your machine applications. We have tested these units with some awesome results. These units run much cooler and extremely quiet compared to other brands.
We offer a wide variety of AC Servo motors with different power, size, and torque ratings. Please select the motor-drive set that matches your machine's requirements. Motor cables (5 meter) are included with motor and drive purchase.
These motors have a frame size of 60mm with Torque values ranging from 0.637Nm to 1.91Nm and a rated RPM of 3000.
These motors have a frame size of 80mm with Torque values ranging from 1.27Nm to 4.00Nm and RPM values of 2000 and 3000.
These motors have a frame size of 110mm with Torque values ranging from 2.00Nm to 6.00Nm and RPM values ranging from 2000 to 3000.
These motors have a frame size of 130mm with Torque values ranging from 4.00Nm to 15.00Nm and RPM values ranging from 1000 to 2500.
These motors have a frame size of 180mm with Torque values ranging from 19Nm to 48.00Nm and an RPM of 1500.
The EP1C has additional features such as an external brake resistor, DC Reactor terminals and a USB communication interface for configuration. EP1C has a significantly improved power output range (500W - 5500W) compared to other drives, making it the most versatile in terms of motor compatibility. In addition to Step and Direction Digital Interface, EP1C-A has analog command input as well.
With wider power range, optimized structure, and simple built-in PLC functions, the third generation Servo driver offers USB interface and support for 220VAC or 380VAC input. The feedback mode is 2500 pulse incremental encoder or 17 bit absolute encoder. EP3 supports 16-bit current sampling and 16-bit external analog sampling accuracy. Thus, it provides the advantages of strong overload capacity, fast response, and ease of operation. The EP3 series supports position control (pulse mode), speed control (analog), and torque control (analog).