St. Charles, IL – Bison Gear & Engineering Corp. introduces its new line of 34 frame integrated intelligence brushless servo motors with rated torques up to 195 in oz (1.38 N-m). The new ServoNOW™ integrated servo system incorporates a closed loop brushless servo motor with built-in driver, controller, feedback device and 110/220VAC universal power supply in a single compact package, which reduces installation time, wiring complexity and cost.
The ServoNOW™ motion control system can be quickly programmed and monitored using a standard PC through a built-in USB port. Up to 32 index motion profiles in velocity or positioning are easily integrated with its QuickLaunch software control program. ServoNOW™ features include four programmable digital inputs and outputs, analog I/O (0 to 10VDC or 4 to 20MA, 12 bit), and 4096 counts position resolution.
The initial ServoNOW™ product offering includes 5 standard, on-the-shelf models made up of both high speed (6900 rpm) and high torque (3600 rpm) variations with peak torques up to 310 oz in (2.19 N-m). Available accessories include a breakout board package allowing the machine designer to connect all the required I/O to the ServoNOW™ I/O connector and an integration board for use where computer access is limited or unavailable.
Ideally suited for factory automation, packaging equipment, and other specialty machinery applications, the five new ServoNOW™ integrated brushless servo systems are part of Bison Gear’s comprehensive In-Stock, Instant-Ship (ISIS) program that supports Bison’s distribution partners and web sales by offering same day shipment for orders received before noon (Central Time).
The new ServoNOW™ integrated brushless servo systems are American-made and stocked in Bison’s suburban Chicago facility in order to ensure reliable, long-life operation and prompt supply chain fulfillment for North American and global customers. In addition, Bison’s Innopreneurial™ application and design engineering capabilities can be utilized to customize the standard ServoNOW™ models to meet specific requirements of volume OEMs.
Bison Gear & Engineering Corp.
Filed Under: Factory automation, Drives (servo) + amplifiers, Motion control • motor controls