Our proven servo drives and custom servo drive solutions are used worldwide in a variety of industries such as Medical, Robotics, Logistics or Industrial Automation to name a few. Ingenia product and solutions portfolio offers a wide selection of dc and custom servo drives engineered with cutting edge transistor and control technology for brushless and brushed motors. Ingenia offers a wide variety of EtherCAT and CANopen slave motor controllers and drives, as well as any other motor control product your particular application may require.
Ingenia servo drives are designed focusing on specific applications where their performance, miniature size and fast communications provide the best motion control experience. Our range of DC Servo Drives can support all types of communications but our focus is on EtherCAT for high performance servo drive systems and CANopen for lower cost distributed controls.
Select the option that best fits with your project requirements and find the right products and solutions from our portfolio.
A servo drive takes the command signal for position, velocity or current and adjusts the voltage and current applied to the servo motor based on closed-loop feedback. A servo drive is an element of a motion control system which includes a servo motor, servo drive controller and feedback element, usually as part of the servo motor.
However, servo drives can have many names: servo amplifiers, motor drives, motor controllers or even just drives. Learn more about servo drives basics on our knowledge base or discover more servo drive applications.
We help engineering teams deliver better robotics, satcom and medical products through the design and manufacturing of highly optimised, advanced motion controls and servo drives. Our customers are at the center of our company and we support them through a network of global engineers and partners.
We understand that finding the right motor controller is not always easy. Most off-the-shelf controllers available in the market where designed focusing only on industrial applications trying to cover as much feedbacks, communications and applications as possible. This makes this servo drives bulky, slow in performance and hot. While this may not be a problem when a servo drive is fitted inside a cabinet with dedicated cooling, this is a major issue with new applications requiring highly integrated motor control solutions.
Our servo drives are optimised to provide the lowest heat dissipation, smaller size possible, and lowest latencies in order to enable the next generation of robotics applications.