Baumüller extends current ratings of the b maXX 3300 controller series
Consequently, additional options are now available when selecting the b maXX 3300 small servo controller. Machine manufacturers can now select five different power ratings, from 0.75 to 5.0 kW, and thus precisely satisfy the requirements of their application.
The b maXX 3300 controller series has proved itself in the low-power range as a compact, efficient and dynamic solution in applications such as handling, robotics, textiles and packaging. The units feature integrated position control, can be easily parameterized using the Baumüller hand-held terminal and provide field-oriented control for excellent rotational accuracy. By implementing an electronic safety relay Baumüller reduces maintenance costs, as regular replacement of the relay (required for mechanical relays in accordance with the new Machinery Directive) is unnecessary. Thanks to optional integrated security and a whole host of fieldbus options from EtherCAT, CANopen, POWERLINK and PROFIBUS up to VARAN, the b maXX 3300 meets all the requirements for modern drives.
Baumüller with its headquarters located in Nuremberg is one of the leading manufacturers of innovative automation and electric drive systems. Our employees plan, develop, produce and install complete and intelligent system solutions for mechanical engineering at more than 40 locations spread all over the world; from operation and visualization tools to Motion Control software as per PLCopen, from software modules to controllers, also including converters, electric drives and the whole service range for ready to use automation solutions.
The areas service, installations, fitting, and relocation add to the wide range of Baumüller's services. In the mechanical engineering industry, Baumüller is one of the leading partners for automation solutions worldwide.
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