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ElectroCraft Re-Releases EXC-Series AC Servo Motor, Delivers on Price and Reliability Over Competitors
Dover, NH — (March 4, 2008) —ElectroCraft today announced the release of the EXC-Series AC Servo motor, which offers customers high economic value and superior reliability compared with other servo motors on the market today. The EXC-Series is a cost-improved version of the popular N-Series family of AC Servo motors sold by Rockwell Automation and fills a considerable price gap for a variety of light industrial, commercial, and medical applications. The EXC-Series AC Servo motor is available for sale immediately in the United States, Europe, and Asia. To streamline the OEM design effort, ElectroCraft will launch a configurable motor design platform early in 2008.
"The EXC-Series flexible design configuration allows engineers to select a motor that meets their specified needs, while achieving the competitive advantage their business requires," said Rob Kerber, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at ElectroCraft. "The electro-magnetic design of this motor has been in production for several years. Customers building equipment requiring products that have been industry-proven should consider the EXC-Series over the Parker MPN Series or the Rockwell Automation N-Series when cost and lead-time are important."
In addition to design flexibility, the EXC-Series AC Servo also delivers:
- High acceleration and speed capability,
- Environmental sealing, and
- Compatibility with most all drives, including OEM designed electronics.
ElectroCraft, Inc. is a global provider of fractional-horsepower motor and motion control solutions for both industrial and commercial applications. The company specializes in dependable, application-engineered specialty products by utilizing its Lean business philosophy to consistently meet the needs of its customers worldwide. The company’s products are found in pumps, office equipment, medical devices, aircraft and thousands of other applications. ElectroCraft is headquartered in Dover, New Hampshire with operations in the United States, Europe, and Asia.