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Servo Drives - ABB ACSM1

Servo Drives – ABB

Servo drives provide power to a servo motor. A drive can be nothing more than an amplifier, it can be a positioning drive, or it can also include a full-featured motion controller.

ABB ACSM1 Servo Drive
abb-servo-driveThe ACSM1 servo drive is available in two variants. The “AS” version is a speed and torque variant that takes an analog speed or torque reference from a traditional motion controller. The “AM” version is programmable, positioning drive capable of electronic gearing and camming.

  • 230VAC models from 3A to 93A
  • 480VAC models from 2.7A to 580A
  • Built-in Safe Torque Off(SIL 3)
  • Many fieldbus options available (CANopen, DeviceNet, Modbus RTU, Modbus/TCP, ProfibusDP, Ethernet/IP, EtherCAT, Sercos II, and Delta Tau’s MACRO
  • Great choice for replacing obsolete Baldor H2 Vector or H2 Servo drives

Learn more about ABB ACSM1 motion control drive.



ABB MicroFlex e150

MicroFlex-motion-driveThe MicroFlex e150 is a fully programmable motion drive. This is an excellent drive for lower power applications. Can be used as a stand-alone controller, programmed with the advanced Mint language, or can be used as a slave drive to a motion controller.

  • 120VAC and 230 VAC single-phase models
  • 230 VAC three-phase models
  • Built-in Safe Torque Off(SIL 3)
  • Universal encoder motor feedback(incremental, SinCos, SSI, BiSS, EnDat)
  • Embedded Ethernet provides EtherCAT, Ethernet/IP, ModbusTCP, and Raw Ethernet
  • USB and serial communications standard

Learn more about the MicroFlex e150 servo drive.



ABB MicroFlex Analog

MicroFlex-Analog-servo-driveThe MicroFlex Analog is an analog or step and direction drive. This is an excellent drive for lower power applications.

  • 120VAC and 230 VAC single-phase models
  • 230 VAC three-phase models
  • Encoder, resolver, or SSI motor feedback
  • RS-232 serial communications standard, RS-485 optional

Learn more about the ABB MicroFlex analog servo drive.