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  • Two red drives with single-cable technology and a wall-mounted inverter on light gray background

Are you looking for a small, compact and networkable extra-low voltage drive for your materials handling technology? Or do you have a highly dynamic application in which high external loads have to be moved and positioned with high precision? Or do you prefer a flexible modular automation system for centralized and decentralized installations?

Tailor-made flexibility: Compact extra-low voltage drive

Group of three with extra-low voltage drives against a light gray concrete backdrop

Factory logistics are becoming more flexible, conveyor modules smaller and increasingly mobile. Shuttle vehicles are replacing rigid systems in certain areas – logistics processes are changing fundamentally. The drive systems used have to become more compact, light and networked. SEW‑EURODRIVE now presents new compact extra-low voltage drives precisely for these requirements.

The freedom you need: MOVI-C®

Two red drives with single-cable technology and a wall-mounted inverter on light gray background

Our MOVI-C® modular automation system offers you precisely the freedom that you need to select the ideal components for your system: from digitally integrable drive technology to inverter and control technology to engineering software and power & energy solutions. Of course, this is available for both centralized and decentralized installation concepts and everything from a single source.

The dynamics you want: Servo drive technology

Planetary servo gearmotor: red motor, stainless steel gear unit against light gray backdrop

Powerful components for smart manufacturing: With our new CM3C.. servomotors with digital interface, even heavy loads can be moved dynamically and with high precision. This is achieved in combination with the new planetary gear units of the PxG series. Whether for dynamics, high speeds or limited space – the 6 available sizes cover a torque range from 20 to 6500 Nm.

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