220V 750W AC Servo Motor , Three Phase Ac Servo Motor For CNC Machine

Product Details:
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: SECORE
Certification: CE ROHS
Model Number: 80A-M07530-001B
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 100
Price: Negotiated The Price
Packaging Details: 100pcs per carton or as request
Delivery Time: 10-12 working days
Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union
Supply Ability: 40000pcs/month

Detail Information

Phase: 3 Phase Protect Feature: Drip-proof
Rated Power: 750W 0.75KW Rated Speed: 3000RPM
Rated Current: 3A Motor Type: AC Servo Motor
AC Voltage: 220V Protection Class: IP65
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Product Description

750W AC Servo Motor 220V With Driver For Cnc Machine 2.39N.M 3000RPM


Main features:


Rated Power(KW)
Current (A)
Rated Speed(RPM)
insulation class
Class F
Hold Torque(N.m)
Protection class



External dimensions:


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What is a servo motor?


A servo motor is a rotary actuator that is designed for precise precision control. It consists of an electric motor, a feedback device, and a controller. They are able to accommodate complex motion patterns and profiles better than any other type of motor. Although they are small in size they can pack a lot of power, and are extremely energy efficient.


There are two types of servo motors, AC servos and DC servos. The main difference between the two motors is their source of power. AC servo motors rely on an electric outlet, rather than batteries like DC servo motors. While DC servo motor performance is dependent only on voltage, AC servo motors are dependent on both frequency and voltage. Because of the complexity of the power supply, AC servo motors can handle high surges, which is why they are often used in industrial machinery.


Why Choose an AC Servo Motor?


There are several advantages to choosing AC servo motors over DC servo motors. They offer more torque per weight, efficiency, reliability and reduced radio frequency noise. And in the absence of a commutator, they require less maintenance and have a longer life expectancy. AC servo motors are used in a wide variety of applications where position control is critical and are frequently used in robotics, semiconductor equipment, machine tools, and aircrafts.


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