As we want to offer motors with pre-made cables that plug directly to the drives eliminating soldering work and chance of wiring error, I made a new poll to ask how long motor cables our followers would prefer.
Cable lenght specification
So please make your vote on the right side of this page or leave a comment to share your thoughts!
More brushless AC servo motors arrived today from a different manufacturer than the previous ones. These ones have premium build quality, high power density (compact size versus power) and reasonable pricing. Such sweet ingredients make a very tasty candidate for our next stocked motor choice.
New motors, 400W and 600W models with brake and 2500 P/R encoders. Encoder cables are pre-made for Argon.
A good thing is, this manufacturer makes wire endings according to our specifications, so they plug direclty to the drive. Out of the box, the first motor was correctly set-up and running in less than 5 minutes. These irons spin silky smooth and quiet as expected.
Servos under the very first test
One of the goals during our SPS IPC DRIVES exhibition visit was to shop for new industrial brushless AC servo motors that eventually would be offered through our web shop separately or as a package with servo drives.
Today we received the first candidates which immediately gave well made and smooth first impression. One positive thing with these motors is the heavy duty connectors counter-parts that come with motors. Obtaining this kind of mating connectors separately usually is time consuming and expensive – it’s not rare to see one of those plugs costing 50 euros from distributors.
New AC servo motors. The smaller ones are 2 Nm and bigger ones 4 Nm 3000 rpm. Both are equipped with 2500 PPR encoders (10 000 counts/rev after 4x decoding).
The new motors offer higher torque & power than the currently offered brushless motor series ranged from 150 W to 660 W power. These new motors output 630 W and 1.3 kW respectively. Anyone wanna buy some for testing? :)