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9/1/2018

Servo Drive Among the Smallest STO-Certified Drives

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IMTS 2018: Elmo Motion Control is showcasing its newest doubled power ultra-small Double Gold Twitter servo drive and the Platinum Maestro motion controller.

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Elmo Motion Control is showcasing its newest doubled power ultra-small Double Gold Twitter servo drive and the Platinum Maestro motion controller, capable of controlling up to 256 axes. 

The Double Gold Twitter is among the smallest STO-certified (IEC 61800-5-2, SIL-3) servo drives on the market. It delivers over 10,000 W of qualitative power, with the weight of only 1.2 oz. and continuous currents of 160 and 140 A (80 and 100 V). This miniature drive can be placed on a moving load, on the motor or inside the motor, helping engineers save space, improve machine performance, reduce cables and eliminate electrical cabinets while delivering power.

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