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  • Anaheim Automation

    Anaheim Automation manufactures brushless DC drives designed for high volume OEM applications. Featuring 0-5VDC input control, the brushless speed controllers are available as board mount, under 1 HP, and 1 HP and over models. Drive specifications include input ranges from 6 to 135 VAC, maximum power from 24 to 1,500 watts, and peak current from 3 to 60 amps.

  • National Instruments Corp.

    National Instruments Corp. distributes brushless DC servo motor drives, DC servo motor drives, and DC stepper motor drives. The brushless motor drives are used for basic torque and velocity applications and synchronized multiaxis motion work. The DC servo motor drives are available as four and two-axis drive units, while the DC stepper motor drives feature 120/240VAC or 20 to 75 VDC input voltages. The stepper motor drives are also feature selectable 200 to 50,000 steps/revolution microstepping.

  • Bison Gear & Engineering Corp.

    Bison Gear & Engineering Corp. offers low voltage PWM DC drives, PWM NEMA 4X enclosure DC drives, PWM variable speed DC drives, and SCR chassis/NEMA 4X DC drive. Depending on type, the drives feature input voltages of 115/230VAC, 120/240VAC, or 10 to 32VDC. Output voltages include 0-90VDC, 0-180VDC, 0-130VDC and 0-240VDC, and HP ratings range from 1/4 to 1/2, 1/20 to 1/3, 1/4 to 2, and 1/10 to 1/4.

  • Baldor

    Baldor designs and manufactures two series of DC servo drives. The TSD series operates directly from 115 VAC and provides up to 5 amps continuous. This series also includes protection against over/under voltage, over temperature, excess/surge current, short circuit protection, and loss of logic voltage. The UM/LD series provides 6 amp to 15 amp continuous, with peak currents of 15 and 30 amps, and open chassis, multi-axis configuration.

  • Kollmorgen Corp.

    Kollmorgen designs and manufactures DC adjustable speed drives for PM and wound-field DC motors from 1/4HP to 2HP. The drives feature a NEMA 4 enclosure and are available as reversing, torque control, and signal follower models. The company also produces DC stepper drives including its' 6400 series, which feature input voltages from 25 to 75 VDC, and output current that is selectable from 0.625 to 7.1 amps - for motors up to size 42.

  • RAE Corporation

    RAE Corporation's line of DC drives and controllers includes 12VDC and 24 VDC single direction DC drives, 12 VDC reversing DC drives, low cost SCR controllers, 110/220VAC SCR regenerative DC drives, 90 V DC reversible SCR motor controllers, and 110/230VAC, 220VAC and 230/460VAC single phase power controllers.

  • Advanced Motion Controls

    Advanced Motion Controls' line of plug-in DC servo drives includes analog brush, analog brushless, analog extruded environment, and DigiFlex performance models. the various drives are use in a variety of applications including robotics, actuators, transfer lines, packaging machines, unmanned vehicles, machining centers, and medical devices.

  • Camco-Ferguson, Industrial Motion Control, LLC.

    Industrial Motion Control distributes Varipak DC drives that provide control for up 30 cycles per minute. Featuring a NEMA 12 enclosure that's removable for chassis mounting, the drives have variable speed capability for control of indexing rates and automated motor cycling.

  • Cleveland Motion Controls

    Cleveland Motion Controls offers general purpose DC drives available with 1/4 to 2 HP or 3 to 5 HP ratings. All the Pacemaster-brand drives operate from single phase 115 or 230 VAC.

  • Elmo Motion Control, Inc.

    Elmo Motion Control Inc. supplies DC digital servo drives designed to operate in extreme environmental conditions. With supply voltages ranging from 10 to 690 and continuous output current from 1 to 100A, the drives feature current, velocity, position and advance position operating modes.

  • Aerotech, Inc.

    Aerotech Inc. designs and manufactures DC drives with peak current output of 10A and continuous current output of 5A. The drives are distributed to industrial, government, science and research institution clients.

  • IPC Automation

    IPC Automation manufactures 24VDC brushless DC motor drives, 74 VDC brushless DC drives, and 48 VDC variable speed brushless DC motor drives. All the motor drives are 3-phase, single direction types and are designed for 20A or 5A continuous operation. The drives are used for automotive HVAC fan, and pump applications.

  • Performance Motion Devices (PMD)

    Performance Motion Devices provides digital DC drives for stepper, DC brush, and brushless DC motors. Rated at 500 watts or 3000 watts, the drives feature up to 20 A continuous and up to 30A peak current.

  • Precision Motion Controls

    Microstepping DC drives offered by Precision Motion Controls can deliver 8 amps peak current at output stages. Designed for OEM cost conscious applications, the drives feature a 2 MHz step input rate, speed to 50 rev/sec, and short circuit protection.

  • Siemens

    Siemens manufactures DC master drives that feature a power range of 5 to 24,000 HP and rated DC current of 15 to 3,000A. The drives are used in a number of applications including rolling mills, cross cutters and shears, wire drawing machine, extruders and kneaders, metal presses, elevator and crane systems, cableways and lifts, mine hoists, and test stand drives.