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Miniature servo drive packs 10,000W punch at Engineering Design Show

25 September 2018

A servo drive small enough to fit on, or inside, a moving load, yet capable of delivering over 10,000W of qualitative power, is being showcased by Elmo Motion Control at this year’s Engineering Design Show.

Elmo has doubled the power of its ultra-small servo drive, the Gold Twitter, to suit the most demanding applications in the era of Industry 4.0. With a weight of only 33 grams and continuous currents of 160A (80V) and 140A (100V), Double Gold Twitter now delivers over 10,000W of qualitative power, proving a great fit for applications that require a reduced footprint and high power, such as large robotic vehicles, antennas and tracking systems, high power machine tooling, large printer rolls and more.

Double Gold Twitter features Elmo’s proprietary Fast and Soft Power Switching Technology (FASST), which ensures optimal power-device switching and delivers over 99 percent efficiency and negligible electro-magnetic interference. This extreme efficiency allows for its miniature size, meaning that the Double Gold Twitter can be placed onto 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 unprecedented power.

To find out more about Double Gold Twitter, or to discuss your servo challenges with Elmo’s team of experts, visit the Elmo Motion Control stand (C50) at the Engineering Design Show 2018, Ricoh Arena, Coventry, 17-18 October.

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