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March 2020
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EtherNet/IP & EtherCAT Drivers for AZ Series, Electromagnetic Brake Motors & RS-485 Driver for BLH Series

EtherNet/IP & EtherCAT Drivers for AZ Series

New drivers have been released for stepper motors, rotary actuators, and linear actuators equipped with AZ Series absolute sensor technology; including a DC Input EtherNet/IP driver and single-axis EtherCAT drivers.  Now users can choose either AC or DC drivers to connect AZ Series equipped products to their preferred industrial networks.


AC input drivers for AZ Series motors & actuators
DC input drivers for AZ Series motors & actuators
All AC Input Driver Options
All DC Input Driver Options

AlphaStep AZ Series system configuration

Learn More About AlphaStep AZ Series
  • Alphastep Hybrid Control - best of open-loop & closed-loop performance
  • High efficiency motor design = cooler temperature, less power
  • Absolute sensor improves homing speed & eliminates home sensor
  • Control & monitor with various communication protocols

Electromagnetic Brake Motors & RS-485 Driver for BLH Series

Electromagnetic brake motors and an RS-485 communication type driver have been released for the popular BLH Series brushless speed control motors.  Now users have the flexibility of choosing 3 types of compact drivers to control these brushless motors and electromagnetic brake motors for load holding applications.

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BLH Series compact BLDC driver with RS-485

BLH Series motor and driver options

Learn More About BLH Series

  • Speed range 80 - 3000 r/min 
  • Maximum of 8 speed settings 
  • 13 dB quieter than before
  • Torque limiting and deceleration stop 
  • Data can be set from software or host
  • Monitor operating status in real time

Engineering Notes

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The Proper Way to Use a Gripper Motor Sizing Basics Part 3: Acceleration Torque (and RMS Torque)
Engineering Note: The Proper Way to Use a Gripper
Engineering Note: Motor Sizing Basics Part 3 - Acceleration Torque (and RMS Torque)

Engineering Notes


Latest Literature

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EH Robotic Grippers

EH gripper catalog

AZ EtherNet/IP Drivers

AZ Series AC input EtherNet/IP driver intro

Product Catalog

2018~2019 Product Catalog


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