Bullet Sensors & Transducers e-Digest, Vol. 74, Issue 12, December 2006: Product News

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Double Torque SmartMotor


Santa Clara, California - Animatics Corporation, designers and manufacturers of highly innovative motion control products, announces the latest release in their OEM Series of SmartMotors, the new SM2315DT. The SM2315DT features an innovated new 8-pole compact rotor design with higher copper filling factor compared to conventional techniques and the new design achieves a higher energy density as well as better efficiency that results in more torque capacity in the same physical package size. "Animatics can generate two times (2X) more continuous torque than the World's best selling integrated servo system, our very own SM2315D," says Hack Summer, Senior Application Engineer for Animatics. The OEM Series SmartMotorT is a complete motion control system that is known for being compact, user friendly, and cost effective. Using a patented design, SmartMotors incorporate a Servo Motor, Amplifier, and Motion Controller into the same integral frame.


Similar to other members of the OEM Series of SmartMotors, SM2315DT is unique by virtue of its extreme low cost and high continuous and peak output torques. It delivers as much as 112 oz-in of peak torque while maintaining as much as 57 oz-in of continuous torque with a maximum speed capability of 4700rpm. The entire line of OEM Series SmartMotorsT is priced competitively for high quantity, OEM applications. Featuring standard NEMA 23 frame dimensions, the SM2315DT will meet unique customer requirements with a very familiar package.





Nathan Turner

Animatics Corporation

3050 Tasman Drive, Santa Clara, CA 95054

Tel: 408.310.3434

Fax: 408-748-8725

E-mail: nturner@animatics.com

Double Torque SmartMotor



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