servoamplifier


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servoamplifier

An electronic amplifier in an autopilot system that amplifies the signal from the autopilot to the extent that it can operate the servos that move the control surfaces.
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2011) Digital servoamplifier TGA-24-9/20 Instruction manual, TG Drives, Available from: http://www.
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Copley Controls' all-digital Accelus servoamplifier provides major advancements in motor drive technology.
The Model 7225ACF servoamplifier is designed to do just that.
The servoamplifier energizes motor drive coils in a pattern, which sets up a powerful traveling magnetic field.
This is achieved using an encoder, a servoamplifier, a precision gearbox, and other mechanical components.
Without this flux reduction capability on a synchronous motor, the servoamplifier would have to have a current capacity corresponding to the low speed torque and a voltage capacity corresponding to the maximum speed at nominal flux.
The Accelus servoamplifier takes a large stride in the driving of linear and rotary brushless servomotors as used in semiconductor fabrication, medical electronics, assembly equipment, materials handling and packaging automation.
Additionally, many systems using the Accelus servoamplifier can employ a smaller motor -- an important consideration where space is a design constraint.
The Model 815-8 dc servoamplifier has a pulse-width modulated design that features surface-mount technology for compact size and light weight.
A CE-certified servoamplifier for driving ac brushless motors to 1.
1 [micro]m, and they are fully compatible with the company's Accelus servoamplifiers.