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UAVOS Launches New Servo Actuators

Published: 02 Dec 2020 by

UAVOS Xservo servo actuatorUAVOS has launched its new Xservo series of servo actuators, which features an embedded CANopen/EtherCAT motion controller that allows users to simplify the development process by doing away with the need for mechanical and electrical integration of a passive servo actuator with an external controller. The actuators are ideal for a wide range of rotary applications within UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) and other robotic platforms.

Housed in a rugged, IP65-rated anodized aluminium alloy casing, the new actuators feature a versatile hollow shaft for easy passthrough of power supply cables, other component shafts or laser beams directly through the middle.

The Xservo series actuators are capable of nx360-degree proportional rotation and are designed to be used in industrial applications where high accuracy, high torque and low weight are essential. UAVOS has also designed a range of new accessories that minimize complexity for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

Aliaksei Stratsilatau, CEO and Lead Developer at UAVOS, commented: “This is just the beginning of a series of product releases we are planning for this year, and our customers can be excited about what is about to come. Our incentive is to meet most of our customers’ requirements, and this is why we constantly invest in our R&D capacities and keep an ear close to the market.”

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