Difference between the Easy servo drives

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N0835ded
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Difference between the Easy servo drives

Postby N0835ded » Tue Sep 15, 2015 4:32 am

This is a little bit confusing. what is the difference between Leadshine servo drives found on the current Leadshine website (ES_M22430) motor white ES-D808 Drive) and the similar leadshine combo in eBay (60Hs30-EC-1000 motor with HBS86 drive)?

Pendragon
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Re: Difference between the Easy servo drives

Postby Pendragon » Thu Oct 15, 2015 4:40 am

They are actually very different. whereas the Hybrid Servo Motor 60HS30-EC-1000 with HBS86 uses an input voltage of up to 50vdc, ES-D808use a maximum of 80 vdc. ES-D808 also uses load-based output current of between0.5-8.2 A, while the Hybrid Servo Motor 60HS30-EC-1000 uses 3.0 A.
there are a lot more differences between these two servo dives

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Re: Difference between the Easy servo drives

Postby N0835ded » Sun Apr 03, 2016 4:30 pm

Pendragon wrote:They are actually very different. whereas the Hybrid Servo Motor 60HS30-EC-1000 with HBS86 uses an input voltage of up to 50vdc, ES-D808use a maximum of 80 vdc. ES-D808 also uses load-based output current of between0.5-8.2 A, while the Hybrid Servo Motor 60HS30-EC-1000 uses 3.0 A.
there are a lot more differences between these two servo dives

Thanks Pendragon. I at least know that there is a difference. Does this mean they are meant for different purposes? or they just serve the same purpose?


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