Servo Motors
Servo motors can make a big difference when you're working with certain mechanical devices. You will want to explore what you want the motor to do. One of the main things to determine is what type of motor you need. The motors vary in terms of how they are controlled. Servo motors require an encoder so that their position can be effectively tracked. A servo motor needs to be sized correctly. Otherwise, you run the risk of it not providing enough power or too much power, potentially damaging your device.
Cable used to connect a DC-input ClearPath-MC or -SD motor to a Windows PC in order to configure the motor using the ClearPath MSP software....
Fully Integrated System Integrating the electronics with the motor gives you a perfectly matched motor and drive, a more compact solution, requires no cable between...
Fully Integrated System Integrating the electronics with the motor gives you a perfectly matched motor and drive, a more compact solution, requires no cable between...
Fully Integrated System Integrating the electronics with the motor gives you a perfectly matched motor and drive, a more compact solution, requires no cable between...
Description: Item Name:  MG996R digital servoDimension : 40 x 19 x 43mmWeight : 55gOperating Speed : 0.17sec / 60 degrees (4.8V no load)Operating Speed :...
Description: Item Name: MG90S  servoWeight: about 13.4gDimension: 22.8 x 12.2 x 28.5mmStall Torque: 1.8kg/cm(4.8V ),2.2kg/cm(6V)Operating Speed: 0.1sec/60degree(4.8v), 0.08sec/60degree(6v)Operating Voltage: 4.8-6.0VMotor Type: coreless motorConnector Wire Length...
This cable connects your digital control signals (from switches, buttons, PLCs, etc.) to your ClearPath motor. The overmolded Molex connector connects to the motor (which...
Cable used to supply bus power from a DC power supply to a ClearPath motor. The Molex end connects to the ClearPath motor; the Sabre...