The micro servo drive Triton has a foot print of just 43 x 43 mm and is capable of control motors with very low inductance without additional chokes due to its improved PWM algorithms. The Triton is ready to interface EtherCAT or CANopen networks and includes standalone operation.
The most compact servo drive from Ingenia, capable of control motors with low inductance up to 13 A peak current. Designed for both direct integration into a PCB or for friendly wiring with connectors.
|Continuous Current||7 ARMS|
|Peak Current||12.5 ARMS|
|Supply Voltage||12-48 VDC|
|Dimensions||43 x 43 x 23.6 mm (1.693" x1.693"x 0.93")|
|Communications||CANopen / USB / Serial (RS485)|
|Feedback||Digital Encoder, SinCos Encoder, Digital Hall, Analog Hall, SSI, DC Tachometer, Analog Input, PWM Encoder|
|Motor Type||DC Brushed, Rotary Brushless, Linear Brushless, Voice Coil|
|Command Source||Network Interface, Standalone, Analog Input, Step and Direction, Encoder Following, Electronic Gearing, PWM|
|Motion Mode||Profile Position, Profile Speed, Profile Torque, Cyclic Sync Position, Cyclic Sync Velocity, Cyclic Sync Torque, Homing, Open Loop Vector, Open Loop Scalar|
|Enviroment||Industrial, High Temperature, Low Temperature|
|Digital Inputs||4 PLC & TTL|
|Digital Outputs||2 PLC & TTL|
|Size (W x L)||43 x 43 mm|
The high power density of Ingenia's drives is a key factor to simplify mechanical design and reduce development and manufacturing costs of mechatronic solutions.
- Networked or standalone modes
- Compatible with any motor
- Configured in minutes