In Okuma’s Motion Control System there two parts that run the system. They are the DC power supply unit and the MIV inverter unit.Read More

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What distinguishes a servo drive from a VFD, or vice versa?

A servo drive, while similar to a VFD, controls a motor most commonly utilizing an internal permanent magnet (IPM) style of a rotor. This internal magnet design allows a smaller rotor to generate a large amount of magnetic flux, resulting in increased torque and lower inertia from smaller sized rotors.Read More

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Precision Zone is happy to announce specialization in the repair and sale of Mitsubishi AC Servo Drives including MDS-D-V2-160160, MDS-D-V2-160160W, MDS-D-V2-16080 MDS-D-V2-2020, MDS-D-V2-4020, MDS-D-V2-4040, MDS-D-V2-8040, MDS-D-V2-8080

servo drive is a special electronic amplifier used to power electric servo motors, or automatic devices that use error-sensing negative feedback to correct the performance of a mechanism.
 
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Tags : MDS-D-V2, servo drives, servo motors

Precision Zone is happy to announce specialization in the repair and sale of Mitsubishi AC Servo Drives including MDS-A-V1-01, MDS-A-V1-35, MDS-B-V1-03, MDS-B-V1-20, MDS-A-V1-03, MDS-A-V1-45, MDS-B-V1-05, MDS-B-V1-35, MDS-A-V1-05, MDS-A-V1-70, MDS-B-V1-10, MDS-B-V1-45, MDS-A-V1-10, MDS-A-V1-90, MDS-B-V1-110 , MDS-B-V1-70, MDS-A-V1-20, MDS-B-V1-01, MDS-B-V1-150, MDS-B-V1-90

servo drive is a special electronic amplifier used to power electric servo motors, or automatic devices that use error-sensing negative feedback to correct the performance of a mechanism.
 
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Tags : MDS-A-V1, servo drives, servo motors