Elmo Motion Control, a leading provider of motion control solutions operating in extreme environmental conditions will showcase the ExtrIQ Line of intelligent servo drives at Aero India 2015, in Hall A taking place at Yelahanka Air Force Station, Bangalore, India, February 18-22, 2015.
Since 1994, Elmo’s products have been successfully implemented in numerous military projects including in the LR-SAM (Surface to Air Missiles), fire control, gimbals, UAVs, laser pods, naval radars, missile winglets, and many others.
Elmo (elmomc.com) was recently challenged by the Israel Defense Forces to implement Elmo’s Eagle ultra-high current servo drives in the turret that controls the azimuth and the elevation of the Israeli tank, the Merkava. Elmo's off-the-shelf and most advanced servo drives were successfully implemented in hundreds of tanks within only a few months.
At the event, Elmo will exhibit the ExtrIQ Line, its field proven motion control solutions, a standard off-the-shelf and ready for use series of robust motion controllers and drives. It has STO safety standard approved to SIL 3 by TUV and UL approved certification for drives with operating voltages up to 800 VDC and 530 VAC. Its durability, meticulous power management and accuracy of movement using EtherCAT or CANopen networking standards ascertain high performance as demanded in the aerospace and defense industries.
The Gold Bee NANO servo drive, the smallest and newest member to the ExtrIQ Line will be highlighted at Aero India. It delivers over 4000 watts in a form-factor of 13.4 cm3 (0.82 inch3). This powerful and reliable servo drive weighs just 22 grams (0.77 oz.)