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  Question Posted Date

Why Does the Servo Motor Exceed Set Safe Speed Limits?

02/21/2019

Which motor products are supported with the SigmaLogic SERVOPACK?

10/29/2014

Which I-O is supported with SigmaLogic?

10/09/2014

Which accessories are available to order for SigmaLogic?

10/09/2014

Where are the help files located for SigmaLogic, LogicWorks and Add-on Instructions (AOI)?

10/09/2014

What is the warranty determination for new product?

05/22/2014

What is the outer diameter of SGMAV/SGMJV Premium motor power cables?

03/17/2016

What is the life expectancy of a Sigma-5 motor when operating above 40 degrees Celsius (104 F)?

10/18/2010

What is the brake power supply tolerance for brake motors?

03/08/2016

What is the basic technique for manually tuning a Sigma-5 system with high inertia?

03/06/2014

What are the encoder cable electrical specifications for greater than 20m?

03/08/2016

What are some tips for operating a single load with multiple servo motors?

03/12/2014

Is there any information available about a free software to use for opening Yaskawa 2D drawings such as dwg and dxf?

05/15/2014

How long will the absolute encoder battery last on a Sigma-5 or Sigma-7 servo system?

03/17/2016

Does the Sigma-5 have a function to reduce position dither when holding position?

07/01/2009

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