In this Design Guide, the editors of Design World detail the construction, control, and networking of servomotors -- and approaches to tuning and inertia matching for top performance ... even in highly dynamic applications.
Servomotors are electric motors that output motion under closed-loop control — so they rely on feedback from encoders or sensors ... as well as a controller to process those signals for shaping the commands and corrections back to the motor. Unless it’s specified that a motor is linear, the term servomotor refers to rotary designs to output precise torque and speed via mechanical motion components — often for positioning tasks.
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