The TDM drive series is characterized by its use with MAC motors of varying size. The follow is a categorical representation of TDM Drives with their matching motor: TDM1 drives are used for MAC71 to MAC160 motors, TDM2 drives are used with MAC63 to MAC93 motors, TDM3 drives are used for MAC63 to MAC112B motors, TDM4 drives are used with MAC21, MAC 25, and MAC41 motors, TDM6 drives are used in combination with MAC motors for low noise applications, and TDM7 drives have built in electronic feedback for their matching MAC motor. The drive itself features an X1 connection port for Bus connection, 2 Busbars labeled L+ and L-, the X2 connection for the programming personality module, and two rows of different plug in terminals for motor feedback connections.
TDM drives are extremely reliable and efficient Servo Controllers making them a cost effective choice for your automation needs. If you need a TDM drive or would like to know more about this drive series contact us for pricing and shipping options.
In connection with the digital intelligent drive controllers by Rexroth/Indramat, the digital MKD AC motors offer cost-effective automation solutions with an extensive functionality for the following fields of application such as machine tools, printing operations, handling and automation, packaging machines, and the food industry. MKD motors feature high operational reliability, a peak torque range which covers a wide speed range, and easy installation, use, and longevity when compared with other drives on the market.
MKD motors have many special features. First, they have a varying frame size ranging from the 025 with a 54mm flange size to the large 112 MKD motor with a 192mm flange size. They have either an A, B, C, or D frame length 4 available winding codes. MKD motors feature either resolver feedback or resolver feedback with an integrated multiturn absolute encoder. MKD motors have an output shaft with either a plain or keway slotted shaft, come with or without an holding brake, and varying directions of power connection options.
The DKC Series of drives manufactured by Indramat / Rexroth provide unrivaled reliability and are a cost effective solution to single and multiple axis automation control. DKC drives can store up to 32 different positions through the I/O option card and can be programmed in combination with DriveTop software and the correct firmware encoder. All DKC drives are considered to be a ECODrive01 or ECODrive03. ECODrive technology allows for the most favorable price to functionality ratio of AC drive performance on the market and is complimented by easy installation, use, and longevity.
DKC Drives come in a variety of orientations which are dependant upon the demand of the manufacturing or automation environment. Ultimatley, DKC Drives can be broken down into a select few sizes based on voltage and amps. The voltage of the drive is dependent on necessary power needed by the autoamtion environment. For more informatin regarding the voltage level and specifity of the drive you need, contact us here at Wake Industrial domestically at 1-888-551-3082, internationally at 1-919-443-0207, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here at WakeIndustrial, we supply our customers with the best depth of information making your buying decision easier.
The DDS Drive Series manufactured by Rexroth/Indramat are modular in design. The modular concept makes it possible to flexibly combine AC servo and main drives to create one compact drive package which uses one supply unit. In conjunction with a variety of electric automation motors, a basic DDS unit has the ability to solve multiple automation controlling desires if a specific option interface is installed onto the drive. The firmware fixes the functions of the drive. The DDS02.1 and DDS03.1 drives have a variety of options which can be explained through the part number itself. For example, they can have either external cooling, internal air cooling, or liquid cooling, a variety of power ratings starting at a base 15amp drive and then extending to 25,30,50,100,150 and ending with a 200amp drive, either a digital servo or resolver feedback for their motor feedback, or an analog interface which is indicated by an A in the part number, an Interbus-S interface, which is indicated by C, a Single axis position control interface, indicated by an L, or a SERCOS interface, indicated by an S.
DDS drives have ports which allows users to place custimzed communication modules or auxialry modules into the drive. The U1 port,found on the far left of the drive, is for command communication modules. The U2, U3, and U4 for DDS02.1 drives are for auxillary moules. The DDS03.1 drive has the communication port and only one U2 auxiliary port. The software module is inserted at the top of the drive here at the U5 slot. The firmware module is separate from the main unit itself. Firmware is continuously being updated, meaning the firmware version may increase indicated by a higher number on the firmware module itself.
The CSB series of control sections offer a wide variety master communication options such as Analog interface, CANopen/DeviceNet interface, Analog/digital for OPEN LOOP operation, PROFIBUS interface, Parallel interface, SERCOS III interface, SERCOS interface. These controllers have fixed or configurable configurations and 2 to 3 option modifications. They can be either single axis controllers or double axis controllers. They have digital and analog inputs/outputs and a 24VDC input voltage. These control sections are commonly put into HMS drives.
If you would like to purchase a CSB control section or would like more information pertaining to this series or another series, contact via email, phone, or fax. This information can be found above or you can request a quote by clicking the green FAST QUOTE button.
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