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The control loops have sampling times that exceed the electrical and mechanical time constants of almost any motor. Up to 20 µs (50 kHz) current loop and 40 µs (25 kHz) position and velocity loops.

Ingenia EVE-30-100-XCR, EVEREST XCR - THE ROBOTICS SERVO DRIVE *Quantities Limited!

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INGENIA has become know for enabling smaller, higher power, low heat dissipation custom drives. Drives of <2 watts of heat, with the bridge embedded but zero current flowing have been realized. This is especially critical for medical and laboratory robotics.
The Everest and Summit technology are available in custom variants for OEM projects. INGENIA is very good at the iterative design evolution's and inter-engineering department cooperation. INGENIA has developed the reputation for cooperation from the concept and specification of a design cycle and support-on-demand as project mature and evolve through the end product's life cycle.

Everest XCR is a high power, highly-integrated, digital ready-to-go servo drive. The drive features best-in-class energy efficiency thanks to its state of the art power stage, and can be easily configured with Ingenia's free-to-download software MotionLab 3. Everest XCR is enabled with EtherCAT and CANopen communications.

Main features: Typical applications:


  • Ultra-small footprint
  • 80 VDC, 30 ARMS continuous
  • Up to 99% efficiency
  • Up to 75 kHz current loop, 25 kHz servo loops
  • 10 kHz ~ 100 kHz PWM frequency
  • 16 bit ADC with VGA for current sensing
  • Supports Halls, Quadrature encoder, SSI and BiSS-C
  • Up to 4 simultaneous feedback sources
  • Full voltage, current and temperature protections
  • Safety Torque Off (STO SIL3 Ple) inputs


  • Collaborative robot joints
  • Robotic exoskeletons
  • Wearable robots
  • AGVs
  • UAVs 
  • Industrial highly integrated servomotors
  • Smart motors
  • Battery-powered and e-Mobility
  • Low inductance motors












At only 38 grams (1.34 ounces), the Everest XCR is a compact, smart digital servo drive. Thanks to its small size and rugged design it can be mounted virtually anywhere: collaborative robot joints, wearable robots, unmanned ground or aerial vehicles as well as inside motors. The drive features best in class energy efficiency thanks to the latest GAN technology. At 30 ARMS (42 A amplitude) 80 VDC it generates just 20 W of total heat dissipation exceeding by far any comparable servo drive. The standby power losses of Everest XCR are minimal, even using EtherCAT, the consumption is less than 2.6 W.  Everest will save energy on your project and provide longer battery times

The control loops have sampling times that exceed the electrical and mechanical time constants of almost any motor. Up to 20 µs (50 kHz) current loop and 40 µs (25 kHz) position and velocity loops. The bandwidth of the control system will only be limited by the physical limits of the system and the feedback.

  • Miniature size for robotic joints
  • Dual loop support for unparalleled precision
  • 16-bit high-resolution torque sensing
  • Ultra-fast servo loops for smooth operation
  • Ready to use

Configurable digital filters offer extra flexibility. In addition, control algorithms can be programmed and executed real time on the drive. Power stage PWM frequency can be adapted to each application, with a minimum 10 kHz for low electrical noise and power losses and a maximum of 100 kHz for low inductance motors. Current gain can also be configured on 4 different ranges allowing the same drive and part number to used for various motor sizes and thus simplifying stocking and complexity in your application.

The Everest XCR can close loops with a Digital Incremental Encoder, BiSS-C encoder and Digital Halls. Everything can be easily configured with the new INGENIA MotionLab 3.

Everest XCR include compliant EtherCAT &  CANopen communication. The drive can be accessed from a standard Ethernet port for configuration.

The Everest XCR can be operated with a single power supply on its full operating range and includes an additional logic supply up to 50 V.  It includes 4 digital inputs and 4 digital outputs, a dedicated brake output, motor temperature sensing input and a 16 bit ±10 V analog input to interface with load cells and torque meters.

The driver has built-in safety torque off (STO) and includes several safety protections to protect against most issues like short-circuits, temperature and voltage based current foldback, over temperature, over-voltage, and has industry grade EMC and ESD immunity.

A list of features of the Everest XCR Servo Drive is shown next. For further details, please CONTACT US!

LINK to EVEEREST XCR Hardware Manual

LINK to Firmware-Software Reference Manual

LINK to DOWNLOAD Motion LAB3 Software and Commissioning Guide

LINK to Setting up Ethernet connection (CANopen)

LINK to Basic system configuration guide

Electrical and power specifications

Minimum power supply voltage 8 VDC

Maximum absolute power supply voltage

80 VDC (continuous)

85 VDC (peak 100 ms)

Recommended power supply voltage

12 VDC ~ 72 VDC

This voltage range ensures a safety margin including power supply tolerances and regulation.

Power supply capacitance 30 μF
Logic power supply voltage (optional)

8 to 50 VDC

Providing the logic supply is optional, as the drive is supplied from the DC bus (single supply) on its full operating voltage range.

Nominal phase continuous current


Maximum phase peak current

60 ARMS @ 3 sec (I2T limit)

Active current limiting based on power stage and motor temperature.


up to 99% (Pending verification)

Bus voltage utilization up to 96% (Pending verification)

Motion control specifications

Standby power

≤ 2.6 W (at 24 V)

Supported motor types

Power stage PWM frequency

10 kHz, 20 kHz, 50 kHz & 100 kHz user configurable

Current sensing

16 bit ADC resolution. Accuracy is ± 2% full scale (Pending verification)

Current sense range

Current gain is configurable in 4 ranges:

Current sense resolution

Current gain is configurable in 4 ranges:


*Only a specific subset of encoders have been implemented. Contact Ingenia for further information.

Supported target sources

Control modes

Cyclic Synchronous Position, Cyclic Synchronous Velocity, Cyclic Synchronous Current, Profile Position (trapezoidal & s-curves), Profile Velocity, Interpolated Position (P, PT, PVT), Homing

Inputs/outputs and protections

Inputs and outputs

General purpose:



Motor brake

1 A 50 V Dedicated brake output. Open drain with re-circulation diode to +V_LOGIC.

Brake enable and disable timing can be configured accurately.
PWM modulation available to reduce brake voltage and power consumption.

Communications for Operation


CANopen over EtherCAT (CoE)

File over EtherCAT (FoE)

Ethernet over EtherCAT (EoE)

CANopen (Software selectable)

CiA-301, CiA-303, CiA-305, CiA-306 and CiA-402 (3.0) compliant (Pending implementation)

Environmental conditions

Case Yes
Case temperature

For further information check current derating graphs.


Maximum humidity 5% - 85% non-condensing
ESD and EMC immunity

ESD immunity IEC 61000-4-2: ± 30 kV contact discharge , ± 30 kV air discharge

EFT immunity IEC 61000-4-4: > 40 A

Surge immunity: IEC 61000-4-5 IPPM > 8 A

Mechanical specifications

42.1 mm x 29.1 mm x 23.1 mm

Dimensions include mating connectors

Weight 38 gr


STO SIL3 (certification pending)


 We do CUSTOM variants of the XCR drive and interface boards for OEM's. Call for more information.


See: SEE: EVEREST XCR Connector/Cable Kit #1