Reliability Is Name Of Game For New Servoamplifier

January 2000
Product Design & Development;Jan2000, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p24
Trade Publication
Introduces Copley Controls Corp.'s Model 7227AC servoamplifier and other motion control products. Use of Copley's servoamplifier in alternating current brushless motors; Includes GAM's Impact Series high-precision servo gearbox; Galil Motion Control's Optima Series controller for steppers or servos. INSETS: Controller for steppers or servos;Micro PLC for stand-alone use.


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