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Partnership promotes motor customisation

Supply and repair specialist, CP Automation has partnered with motor manufacturer, VASCAT to challenge the way companies commission industrial motors

Solution for uncomplicated open-loop motion control

Heason adds Kollmorgen’s new PMX series hybrid steppers to motor range

Congratulations, it's a VSD

Jonathan Wilkins discusses the milestones in the history of the variable speed drive

Ultra-fast brushless DC motor

The new ECX motors are fast, sterilisable and configurable; for use in hand-held surgical tools and industrial spindles

Medium voltage inverter

Modular concept of the MVe2’s design is carried through to the inverter stages, generating the further benefit that it can be specified for use with motors of different voltages

Dynamic drive applications with inverter technology

Nord Drivesystems Smart Standard Drives provide servo performance and precision

Universal drive with EtherCAT and safety functionality

iPOS4808 represents a universal drive solution for any motor that fits its power ratings – 48V; 8 A/20A

Linear motor rod-style actuators

Recently expanded ETT linear motor series from Parker offers high performance combined with precise control

To repair or to replace

Tony Young explains the key points to consider when deciding whether to repair or replace a servo motor

A piezo-based tool for every task

Doris Knauer discusses miniaturised precision stages with piezo-based inertia drives

Customisable drives for precision applications

Users can specify gears, motors, encoder feedback systems, output bearings, sensors, windings, protective coatings and ingress protection ratings

How efficient are your motors really?

Around the world, legislation relating to electric motor efficiency is tightening in an attempt to reduce carbon emissions and damage to the environment. However, far less attention is paid to some of the practicalities. Here, Lucie Hodkova looks at how best to determine the efficiency of an installed motor

25 things you may not know about drives

Drives have been a key technology for industrial engineers for many years but Matt Handley thinks they can be underappreciated. Here he highlights some of the interesting facts about them

Latest IE3 rated pump motors

Bredel and MasoSine models upgraded in line with phase 2 of the EU’s IE3 efficiency level legislation for electric motors

Installing and operating electric motors

Lucie Hodkova offers a checklist of things to remember when dealing with new motors

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