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Compatible with Lenze's G-Motion line of asynchronous gearmotors, AC Tech's model 940 PositionServo Drive with motion controller uses BASIC-like motion-programming language to provide indexing and positioning but can also run in traditional velocity or torque modes. The Model 940 is a fully programmable high performance Torque, Velocity and Position brushless servo drive with powerful performance & innovative features!

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PositionServo 940

Electronic Programmable Module removable memory chip allows servo control parameters and motion control programs to be transferred from one drive to another, even without power applied.

First, customers get the advantage of a single source for their closed-loop vector solutions.

The second benefit of asynchronous control to the Model 940 PositionServo is that it allows customers to continue using asynchronous motors, and to drive them with a full-featured servo inverter, thus combining cost-effectiveness with higher levels of precision and accuracy.

It is important to note : the 200/240VAC PositionServo drives with the integrated line filters only support single phase input power. Users requiring three phase input power and EMC filters will need to use the standard drive offering and purchase an optional 3 phase line filter.

If you are looking for AC Tech PositionServo, please call us at (844) 331-9371 or email us at we will do our best to help you find the AC Tech PositionServo 940 that you are looking for at the most competitive prices possible. If you are searching for Lenze PositionServo 941 technical information (data-sheets) please use the datasheets or product selection guide page links.

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PositionServo 941

Model 941 PositionServo Drive has integrated resolver with scalable emulated encoder output that scales resolution back into end-user's controller, providing 15 options of positioning resolution.

Resolver can measure position of motor shaft within one revolution, and product offers capability of controlling basic torque and velocity applications through fully programmable coordinated motion.

For applications requiring tight positioning control, the Model 941 PositionServo has an integrated resolver with a scalable emulated encoder output.

The output scales the resolution back into the customer's controller, providing fifteen options of positioning resolution.

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