Inmoco - RSS News Feed Inmoco - RSS News Feed en-us 20 Jul 2019 12:00:00 GMT <![CDATA[ Servostar 700 controller gets single-cable connection ]]> The Kollmorgen S700 servo controller, available in the UK through INMOCO of Daventry, is now supplied with a singlecable motor connection, as are all Kollmorgen drives.The benefits of connecting drives using just one cable are obvious in machinery and plant construction they include faster installation, space savings, reduced inertia, and lower costs to name but a few. Following very positive experiences with the AKD and AKDN servo drives, Kollmorgen is now also fitting the high p... Wed, 18 Apr 2018 00:00:00 GMT <![CDATA[ Ultra-compact high performance integrated circuits for torque control ]]> Motion control experts INMOCO have available a new torque control IC integrated circuit, designed for applications with limited space but which need to control noise, vibration and power consumption. The new Junoreg torque control IC is made by Massachusetts company Performance Motion Devices, Inc. and complements the existing Junoreg motor control ICs.The Junoreg range of ICs offer full four quadrant motion control, direct input quadrature encoder, profile generation and adv... Tue, 19 Feb 2019 00:00:00 GMT <![CDATA[ Simple Co-Engineering extends Kollmorgen AKMĀ®2G servomotor options ]]> INMOCO is now offering the Simple CoEngineering C0E options on the ground breaking Kollmorgen AKMreg2G servomotor range, so that users can order motors optimised to their applications without increased cost or lengthened lead times. Furthermore there is no minimum order quantity nor any nonrecurring engineering charge.The AKMreg2G motors were developed by Kollmorgen to provide next generation performance, with torque outputs 30 higher than other motors of similar size. Furt... Wed, 05 Jun 2019 00:00:00 GMT <![CDATA[ Motion control looks set to keep running for many years ]]> Industrial control is a highly developed field that advances year on year as the underlying technology advances. But will it and all its specialist subsets continue to thrive? Gerard Bush, a motion specialist with INMOCO, offers his opinion. All technologies develop over time, with most eventually reaching an upper limit where they are as advanced as they can be. This is clearly evident in older technologies where the peak has been reached, an example being steam trains which over a... Mon, 15 Jul 2019 00:00:00 GMT