Integrated servo motor

  • 14-Feb-2014 02:06 EST

Designed for battery-powered and low-voltage applications, the MAC402 from JVL is the V dc version of the MAC400 400-W integrated servo motor. The supply range for the MAC402 is 12 to 48 V dc, and full power of 400 W (RMS) up to 1200 W (peak) can be reached with 24 to 48 V dc. This powerful, compact motor measures 191 mm × 60 mm × 114 mm. Applications include, but are not limited to, remotely operated robots, robotic vehicles, portable equipment, tracking devices, antenna mounts, and positioning devices. MAC402 options include brake, absolute multiturn encoder, and planetary and cycloidal gearheads. A wide selection of communication modules and industrial Ethernet options is available.

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