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AC SERVO DRIVES

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Build the machine you've Sigma Five You want maximum effect quickly and easily, as does every engineer in the field. And now the Z-V series is here with the practical answer to your dreams! How many times have you heard people say servos need adjustment to work well? Our new tuning-less function means it works as soon as you hook it up! And if you want more performance than ever before, the S-\ series advanced autotuning function lets Advanced technology makes possible a host of safety standards compliance for the first time in Japan (as of April 2007) compliance with key international...

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Operate your machinery faster and with higher precision than ever! The best amplifier response in the industry slashes settling time ►Servo Adjustment Example: When the ball screw slider was run using a combination of the SGMJV-02ADA servomotor *: Representative value when using a combination ot the SGMAV-02ADA servomotor and SGDV-1 R6A SERVOPACK at one time ot the moment ot inertia ratio. Q Enhanced vibration suppression Existing functions to minimize vibration have been enhanced, and new ones added, improving tracking and further improving settling time. Vibration and noise during driving...

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Use servos that really fit into your system A rich selection of models and options to match your requirements Extensive variety of motors to match any machine Medium-inertia servomotors ^ Improved control stability - Low-inertia servomotors ^ High-speed acceleration and deceleration O Selection of servo actuators Support for direct drive servomotors, linear servomotors and linear sliders Q Standard support for five different SERVOPACK types • Analog voltage/pulse train reference • MECHATROLINK-II communications reference • MECHATROLINK-I communications reference • INDEXER Module Mounted •...

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Product Line-up ♦Rotary Servomotors (Ultra-small Capacity, Small Capacity) SGMJV (Medium Inertia) ♦Rotary Servomotors (Medium Capacity) SGMGV (Medium Inertia) ♦Linear Servomotors SGLGW (Coreless Type) ♦Linear Sliders SGLFW (With F-type Iron Core) S-Trac-fi (SGTMM) ♦Direct Drive Servomotors SGMCS (Small Capacity) SGLTW (With T-type Iron Core) I'-Trac-MAG (SGTMF) SGMPS (Medium Inertia, Flat Type) SGMCS (Medium Capacity) SGLC (Cylinder Type) SERVOPACKS With AC POWer Input Note: Available for fully-closed loop control. (Custom orders only.) ♦Analog Voltage/ ♦MECHATROLINK-fl ♦MECHATROLINK-I...

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♦ Rotary Servomotors and SERVOPACKs with AC Power Input

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♦ Rotary Servomotors and SERVOPACKs with DC Power Input *: These amplifiers can be powered with single or three-phase.

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♦Cylinder Type Servomotors (2?-Stick) and SERVOPACKs with AC Power Input

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Recommended Linear Scales ♦ Incremental Linear Scales *1: The use of Yaskawa serial converter units is required. Output signals are divided into 256 (8-bits multiplier) or 4096 (12-bits multiplier) in the serial converter units. *2: Each linear scale has a different multiplier (number of divisions). Before use, write the parameters of the linear servomotors into the linear scales. *3: The maximum speed shown is for the linear scale when combined with a Yaskawa SERVOPACK. Either the maximum speed of the linear servomotor or that of the linear scale in this table limits the maximum speed. *4:...

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Z'-VSeries Product Catalog Rotary Servomotors Direct Drive Servomotors Linear Servomotors Linear Sliders SERVOPACKs with AC Power Inp tions for SERVOPACKs with AC Power Input SERVOPACKs with DC Power Input

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(Low inertia, ultra-small capacity) (Medium inertia, small capacity) (Low inertia, small capacity) (Medium inertia, small capacity, flat type) (Medium inertia, medium capacity) (Low inertia, medium capacity) Rotary Servomotor General Instructions SGMCS (Small capacity, medium capacity) SGLGW (Coreless type) SGLFW (With F-type iron core) SGLTW (With T-type iron core) SGLC (Cylinder type) Linear Servomotor General Instructions Linear Sliders £-Trac-MAG (SGTMF)

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Detailed Contents Rotary Motors Rotary Servomotor General Instructions Direct Drive Servomotors

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Linear Servomotors Linear Sliders SGLGW (Coreless Type) SGLFW (With F-type iron core) SGLTW (With T-type iron core) Linear Servomotor General Instructions

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Rotary Servomotors Model Designations Z'-Vmini Series

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Application Examples Semiconductor equipment Electronic parts assembly and electronic parts manufacturing equipment Metal processing machines Inspection and measurement devices Clean systems Automated guided vehicles (AGVs) Bonders, probers, IC handlers, chip sorters, and OHT Dispensers, scriber, electrode-mounting device, and inspection device Mounters, inserters, and solder printers Coil winders and spring machinery X-Y robots, assembler robots Screw fighters • Precautions when using AC or DC power input Applicable servomotors, SERVOPACKs, and cables differ depending on if AC or DC power...

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Time Rating: Continuous Excitation: Permanent magnet Mounting: Flange-mounted Withstand Voltage: 600 VAC for one minute Enclosure: 15 mmx15 mm: Totally enclosed, self- cooled, IP42 (except for shaft opening) 25 mmx25 mm: Totally enclosed, self- cooled, IP55 (except for shaft opening) Ambient Humidity: 20% to 80% (no condensation) Drive Method: Direct drive Rotation Direction: Counterclockwise (CCW) with forward run reference when viewed from the load side Notes: 1 The characteristics of the intermittent duty zone differ depending on the supply voltage. Solid lines indicate characteristics...

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Time Rating: Continuous Excitation: Permanent magnet Mounting: Flange-mounted Withstand Voltage: 1500 VAC for one minute Enclosure: Totally enclosed, self-cooled, IP55 (except for shaft opening) Ambient Humidity: 20% to 80% (no condensation) Drive Method: Direct drive Rotation Direction: Counterclockwise (CCW) with forward run reference when viewed from the load side B : Intermittent Duty Zone Notes: 1 The characteristics of the intermittent duty zone differ depending on the supply voltage. 2 When the effective torque is within the rated torque, the servomotor can be used within the...

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