Advanced Micro Controls Inc TRINAMIC Motion Control Maxon Precision Motors PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P. H2W Technologies Servo2Go.com Tolomatic, Inc. Aerotech, Inc QuickSilver Controls Inc. Electromate Inc. FAULHABER Sensitron Semiconductor Electromechanical Automation Div - Parker Hannifin Nanotec Electronic US, Inc Ingenia Motion Control JVL Industri Elektronik A/S Yaskawa America Inc AMK Automation Corp
Servo drives were almost exclusively analog until the introduction of SERCOS standardized open digital servo interfaces in 1991. Digital communication between motion controllers and drive amplifiers followed and have evolved with enhanced speed, control and accuracy all the while allowing greater complexity through multiple axes of motion.
Digital servo drives may be found in nearly every industrial application requiring motion control:
- Machine Tools