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PD4-EB59CD-M-65-1A –  Brushless DC servo motor with integrated controller in protection class IP65 – NEMA 23

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Technical Data

  • Size
  • Fieldbus EtherCAT 
  • Operating Voltage 12 VDC - 48 VDC
  • Rated Torque
  • Rated Current (RMS) 6 A
  • Number of Digital Inputs
  • Number of Analog Inputs
  • Number of Digital Outputs
  • Encoder  
  • Singleturn Resolution 17 bit
  • Length
  • NEMA 23 
  • Interface
  • Rated Power 220 W
  • Rated Speed 3500 rpm
  • Peak Current (RMS) 18 A
  • Type of Digital Inputs 5/24 V switchable 
  • Type of Analog Input 0 - 20 mA / 0 - 10 V switchable 
  • Type of Digital Output open-drain (max. 24 V/100 mA) 
  • Encoder Type single-turn absolute, multi-turn absolute 
  • Multiturn Resolution 16 bit
  • Weight

Dimensions

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Torque Curves

Recommended load limit:
Maximum short-term static load that may be reached when the service life is taken into account.
Recommended load limit
Continuous Operation
 
 
 

Knowledge Base

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