Mounting instructions


Servo drives should not be mounted in direct sunlight.

Heat dissipation

For correct functioning, the servo drive must be installed on a sufficiently dimensioned heat conducting surface made of a suitable material, such as aluminum.

Ensure that the servo drive is screwed properly to the heat conducting surface to facilitate the heat transfer.



The safety version of Node has a different geometry which you can find here



Please ensure to use as much of the available thread length as possible for tightening the Node to prevent damage to the thread.


Interference with magnetic fields

Please consider the placement of the servo drive carefully when designing the motion control application. It has become evident that the motor’s magnetic field has an impact on the servo drive’s performance.


Please also consider the magnetic fields that emanate from the brake.

These are the preferred arrangements:

  1. At any position but shielded with a Faraday’s cage

  2. Behind the motor

  3. Beside the motor but shielded from the motor’s magnetic field with a plate consisting of a magnetic shielding material such as steel or Mu-Metal.