Motors & Drives
Motors and drives allow your automation componentry to move.
Electric motors encompass many different categories and designs, serving a huge variety of applications. Most motors use either direct current (DC) sources like batteries, or alternating currents (AC) like power grids.
The fundamental parts of a motion control system include an actuator (such as electric motor, linear actuator, pneumatic cylinder, or hydraulic pump), mechanical elements, motion controller, feedback device, application-specific software, and the amplifier or drive. The terms drive and amplifier are used interchangeably. The drive is essential to the motion control operation because it determines how to best generate the current that manages the actuator.
Browse the categories below to help you select the right motors and drives for your needs:
- Drives & Amplifiers
- Drive & Amplifier Components
- Motor Components
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PI's H-825 Hexapod is a 6-Axis Positioning Stage and Multi-Axis Motion Platform for precision alignment in optics, photonics, medical and semiconductor applications
A high performance, high speed multi-axis motion controller for precision positioning and industrial automation.