QuickSilver Controls' NEMA 34 servo motor

Oct. 15, 2008
NEMA 34 servo motor 4.5 A which means a single


QCI-A34L-1 NEMA 3 servo motor requires 4.5 A which means a single cable can be used for both motor and encoder signals and the servo motor can be driven from a SilverDust controller. Specifications include 185 oz-in, (1.3Nm) continuous torque, 260 oz-in, (1.8 Nm) peak torque, 1000 W continuous mechanical power, 8000 count/rev encoder and 2000 rpm. The motor’s ability to handle inertial miss-matches of 100:1 makes it suited for driving large flywheel loads without additional gearing.