Elmo Motion Control a leading provider of motion control technology, will be showcasing its latest innovation during the 2019 Automate tradeshow from April 8-11, 2019 in Chicago … booth #7729. Amongst Elmo’s state-of-the-art products, visitors will find the award-winning Double Gold Twitter servo drive, the Platinum Maestro multi-axis motion controller, and for the first time the 4-in-1 fully integrated motion control system.
With an insightful look to the future, Elmo has been creating products and solutions for more than 30 years, aiming to answer the ever-growing requirements and demanding applications of Industry 4.0.
The Double Gold Twitter stands out as one of the smallest STO-certified (SIL-3) servo drives in the market, delivering over 10kW of qualitative power, and providing continuous current of up to 160A (80V) and 140A (100V). Thanks to its compact size, this miniature drive can be placed on a moving load, within a motor, or in-between robotic joints, helping engineers to save space, improve machine performance, reduce the amount of cables, and eliminate electrical cabinets, while still delivering unprecedented power capabilities.
The 4-in-1 complete motion control solution is Elmo’s latest innovation to answer the market requirement for a highly integrated all in one solution taking care of both high-power servo capability as well as advanced multi-axis control.
The ultimate servo technology with the best of safety
As safety takes the forefront of many operations, Elmo ensures products comply with the highest possible standards (IEC 61800-5-2 SIL-3, Cat4 PL-e), by integrating safety over EhterCAT – FSoE (Fail/Safe over EtherCAT), and advanced functional safety. Elmo equips manufacturers with top of the line foolproof products that increase their operation’s productivity, lowers operational expenses, and improves safety methods to create truly smart and efficient operations.
Elmo Motion Control (Elmo) designs, produces and implements comprehensive, field-proven motion control solutions that helps clients discover their machine’s potential. The company’s R&D department combines intelligent motion control technologies, real-time programming and control algorithms with advanced digital hardware to enable leaner, more flexible machines. Controlled by the Elmo application studio (EAS)—a software environment that cuts integration time and maintenance costs—Elmo’s servo drives and multi-axes motion controllers minimize a machine’s footprint and cabling, improve throughput, and give original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) a competitive edge. Founded in 1988, the company is headquartered in Israel, employs more than 300 staff worldwide, and has a dedicated presence in the United States, China, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Korea, Poland and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.elmomc.com.
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