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SVA-2100 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Motion Control / Servo Systems / Drives & Motors Components SureServo servo amplifier, 1 kW, 230 VAC single/three-phase; position, velocity, and torque modes; auto and EASY tuning modes; integrated indexer, RS-232/422/485 communications via Modbus protocol. This amplifier is used for the 750W and 1 kW low inertia and the 1 kW medium inertia systems.

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