SEW-EURODRIVE: MOVIAXIS Multi-Axis Servo Inverters

March 30, 2020

High performance for demanding applications. Our MOVIAXIS multi-axis servo inverter is motion control at the highest level. MOVIAXIS: the right choice for control quality within demanding applications involving several electrical axes.

Powerful, modular and compact

Are you looking for a highly dynamic servo drive solution which meets your requirements with asynchronous or synchronous servomotors? Then take closer look at the MOVIAXIS multi-axis servo inverters.

Their versatility makes them so adaptable, from tiered motion control or simple positioning through to support of specific kinematics. MOVIAXIS can be flexibly and individually configured for your application and in a way which allows optimal adaptation to the machine and system concepts.

An axis system with MOVIAXIS always consists of a power supply module and a variable number of axis modules. These also include optional modules such as master module, motion control or 24 V switched-mode power supply, which integrate perfectly within the servo solution both mechanically and electronically.

Also available are a wide selection of communication and automation options as well as energy-efficient components such as the energy storage unit. And MOVIAXIS of course supports all common encoder systems on the motor and track.

MOVIAXIS multi-axis servo inverter – solutions for the future

Maximum control quality in a compact design in the power range from 10 kW supply system and up to 187 kW peak power.

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