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STXI Motion Brings Low-Voltage, Mobile Motion Solutions to SPS 2021

PETACH TIKVA, Israel — November 11, 2021 — STXI Motion, a global motion control and servo solution company, presents a range of low-voltage, mobile motion solutions and cabinet-free motion solutions for decentralized architecture at SPS 2021, held November 23–25 in Nuremberg, Germany.

In addition, STXI Motion will host a press conference at its booth on Wednesday, November 24. Dr. Markus Erlich, vice president for marketing and product portfolio at STXI Motion, will present “Low-Voltage Motion for Mobile and Battery-Powered Applications” at Booth 321 in Hall 1 at 10:45 a.m.

Wheel-Drive Motion Systems, Simplified

STXI Motion will highlight its mobiMS, which delivers a complete wheel-drive system for autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) and automated guided vehicles (AGVs) in intralogistics and warehousing applications. Comprised of a mobiGM high-torque-density brushless servo motor, planetary gearbox, brake, encoder, and servSD servo drive, the mobiMS motion system brings a robust, energy-efficient, and compact solution to AGV and AMR manufacturing.

Additional products geared toward mobile and low-voltage applications will be on display. These include Rayon harsh environment drivesRayon embedded servo drives, and the new servPM permanent magnet low-voltage servo motors, which offer a power range of 200–750 W and peak torque of 7.6 Nm. 

Lose the Cabinet, Gain Design Flexibility

STXI Motion will also showcase its integrated drive motors for decentralized machine architecture. These allow machine builders to get rid of the cabinet and enhance motor performance with no step loss. Other products on display include the stepIM integrated closed-loop stepper, including the new stepIM Nema 17 EtherCAT model, as well as the brand-new line of servIM integrated servo motors. Scheduled for official launch in the second quarter of 2022, these motors have 60 mm or 80 mm flanges and are currently offered to select beta test sites. 

Additionally, STXI Motion will showcase the compact softMC motion controller, which enables any major OEM programmable logic controller (PLC) to seamlessly work with any motion control equipment, including robots, drives, and motors. STXI Motion will also showcase Servotronix Motion Control line of CDHD2 low-, medium-, and high-voltage servo drives, bundled with PRHD2 servo motors with a proprietary encoder for dynamic motion applications. For more information, visit www.stxim.com.

About STXI Motion
STXI Motion is a global engineering company that designs and produces motion control and servo solutions. Our mission is to enable machine builders to focus on their core businesses by offering unmatched service, support, and systems in the field of industrial automation. In partnership with Servotronix, STXI offers integrated and connected products and solutions for fully optimized motion systems, tailored to machine requirements and under a single ownership and support system.

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