DC Servo Motors
DC Servo Motors Engineered for Your Application
ISL Products manufactures a wide range of DC Servo Motors for applications requiring optimal control with constant position feedback. Our Servo Motors offer incredible accuracy and positioning and we offer a variety of configurations. We offer solutions ranging from analog, positional rotation servos (hobby servos) to precision digital Servo Motors with planetary gearheads for more complex applications. Our engineers will work with you to provide a solution that meets your application requirements.
DC Servo Motors are unique because they use encoders to provide constant positional feedback, allowing them to operate at varying speeds and generate a broad torque range, compared to a stepper motor. They operate on a closed-loop system with either an analog or digital input signal representing the position command for the output shaft. You can use Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) to control our DC servo motors for optimal precision. Read our Servo Motor Fundamentals Design Note to learn more about DC servo motor operation.
- Broad Torque and Speed Range
- High Acceleration / Deceleration
- High Efficiency
- Closed Loop Operation
- Minimal Vibration
ISL’s DC Servo Motors are the solution when precision and optimal control is a top priority.
We also offer Geared Servo Motors for those applications with higher torque requirements. ISL Products works with companies, both large and small, to design and manufacture DC Servo Motor solutions. Check out our Case Studies to learn more about our engineered solutions.
ISL Products designs and manufactures DC Servo Motors that will optimize the performance of your application. Select from an analog or digital Servo Motor build based on the following specifications:
- Servo Type: Digital / Analog / Positional Rotation / Continuous Rotation
- Output Speed
- Bearing Type: Sleeve / Ball
- Rotor Inertia
- Pole Count
- Shaft Material & Size
- Gearhead (Optional): Planetary / Spur
- Ambient Temperature Range
- Shaft Configuration: Offset / Concentric / D Cut / Round / Splined / Other
- Overall Size Parameters (L, W, H)
- Encoder Type: Optical / Hall Effect / Speed Controller
- Additional Assembly Requirements (lead wires, connectors, pulley, gear, etc.)
Learn more about the difference between Servo Motors vs. Stepper Motors or contact us to discuss which option is best for your application.