Servo Drive

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BEDFORD, Mass., Nov. 8, 2022 — The Everest S servo drive from Celera Motion is 30% smaller than its predecessor, with EtherCAT and CANopen versions delivering bus latency reduced to one cycle.

The device includes Dual BiSS-C feedback support and combines 16-bit differential current and four configurable ranges for high resolution. A current loop running at 50 kHz and a velocity loop at 25 kHz guarantees high performance for motors. Designed with 3 kW of power and a starting weight of 18 g, the Everest S can be used in surgical robots, exoskeletons, pan-tilt gimbals, collaborative robots, legged robots, and autonomous mobile robots.

Published: November 2022
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