Combined with multiple power levels including a DC voltage input for motor power, this allows a user to cover a huge range of options just in the Parker offering alone. See below for speed and torque/thrust coverage with various Parker motor options. From heavy duty to high precision industrial applications, the P-series has got you covered!
Parker's diverse servo and mechanics offering enables the customer to mix and match products to their needs and offers compatibility in a unit that is stocked, and economically priced around $650-$750 for the smallest 400-watt variant. It has onboard troubleshooting tools like a 4-channel oscilloscope, and an efficient and simple tuning procedure for most applications.
The P-series also offers several options for common feedback options, safe torque off, control protocols and a standalone indexer function. If you have a smart encoder with absolute feedback like the P-Series motors and the PM-DD direct drive motors, the drive automatically plugs in the motor parameters for you. Other options include common protocols like EnDat 2.2 and quadrature incremental feedback available in other motors.