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Advanced Micro Controls releases SV160E2 Integrated Servo Motor

November 112019
Advanced Micro Controls releases SV160E2 Integrated Servo Motor

November 11, 2019 – Advanced Micro Controls Inc. (AMCI) releases the SV160E2 Integrated Servo Motor, expanding their line of motion controllers beyond stepper technology.  The SV160E2 incorporates a servo motor, drive, and controller in a single unit.  AMCI’s SV160E2 Integrated Servo Motor offers many features.  AMCI’s SV160E2 Integrated Servo Motor is suitable for both new machinery and retrofit applications. 

SV160E2 Features

  • Servo Motor + Drive + Controller
  • 0.5Nm continuous torque, 1.3Nm peak torque
  • EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP & Profinet
  • Integrated, Dual-Port Switch
  • Simple Performance Tuning
  • Dynamic Torque Control
  • Safe Torque Off (optional)
  • Absolute Multi-Turn Encoder Feedback
  • Programs using PLC’s native software

AMCI’s SV160E2 Integrated Servo Motor includes an integrated dual port switch with EtherNet/IP, Modbus-TCP, & Profinet connectivity and has the following features: simple performance tuning, dynamic torque control, safe torque off (optional), virtual axis follower, absolute encoder feedback, built-in web server, compatible cord sets, and more.  Additional software is not needed because everything is programmed from the PLC using the controller’s native software. 

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