Technical Specifications

Power Specifications

Power Specifications
Node Size Node 400 Node 1000 Node 2000
Maximum Peak Output Power 415 W 1,040 W 2,080 W
Maximum Continuous Output Power * 415 W 1,040 W 1,200 W
Rated Supply Voltage ** 12-48 V DC
Maximum Supply Voltage ** 60 V DC
Minimum Supply Voltage ** 8 V DC
Maximum Input Current DC 9.6 A DC 24 A DC 48 A DC
Maximum Phase Current RMS 13.2 A RMS 33 A RMS 66 A RMS
Maximum Continuous Phase Current RMS * 13.2 A RMS 33 A RMS 36 A RMS
Efficiency (at Maximum Power) 98 %
Standby Power Consumption 0.4 W
Brake control power output 0-48 V PWM Phase D ***
* These values can be achieved with a motor that is typical for robotic applications, reaching its maximum power at 60% of its RPM maximum.
This case is used as a realistic assumption to specify the datasheet value for power. Beyond that, the servo drive itself is able to provide higher power, as it is able to drive its maximum voltage and its maximum current at the same time.
In reality, no motor can consume both maximum values at the same time, so there is no operating point of the overall system (motor + drive) that would actually use the theoretical maximum power of the drive.
As the calculation bases on a reference motor, there are setups with large motors that are able to even exceed the values shown here.

The maximum continuous output power and phase currents are highly dependent on the cooling situation. Please refer to our Thermal mounting considerations for details.

** The operating voltage is 12-48 V DC. The maximum supply voltage is only for buffering peaks when braking. The minimum voltage is for configuration purposes only. Please refer to our power supply instructions for details.

*** This is a fourth phase that can also be used for other purposes (see Manually controlling phase D voltage) it has a maximum current of 10 A.

General specifications

General specifications
Supported Communication Standard EtherCAT
Number of Phases 4
Supported Motors 1 x 3-phase BLDC-Motor and 1 active brake
  Up to 2 Brushed DC Motors [1]
Brake control voltage 0-48 V PWM Phase D
Analog Inputs 4 (2 x single-ended 0-10V, 2 x differential ±5V) [2]
Digital IOs 4 × GPIO / SPI [3] / I 2 C [3] (3.3 V CMOS logic) [4]
Encoder Connectors 2 x 4ch. RS-422
Supported Standard Encoder Interfaces Incremental Encoder (ABI), HALL, BiSS-C, SSI, SPI [3], I 2 C [3]
Supported Encoder Types

Encoder Port 1

Incremental Encoder (ABI), BiSS-C, SSI, Half-Duplex, A-Format

Encoder Port 2

Incremental Encoder (ABI), HALL, BiSS-C, SSI, I 2 C [3]

Incremental Encoder max frequency 1.4 MHz [5] (supports up to 14,000 rpm with a 4,096 resolution incremental encoder)
Hardware Protections Overcurrent, Overvoltage, Undervoltage, Temperature
Compliance with standards

CISPR 11 Class B

IEC 61000-4-6

IEC 61000-4-3

IEC 61000-4-2

IEC 61000-4-8

Dimensions 70 x 40 x 23 mm
Weight 85 g (incl. Heatsink)
Operating temperature 0 °C [6] to 40 °C
Storage Temperature -35 to 85 °C
Max. installation altitude 2000 m
Humidity 5-85% rH
Sensors on-board DC-BUS Voltage, DC-BUS current, Phase Voltage, Phase current (two phases measured, one computed), Temperature
[1]Currently not supported by our standard software. Can be developed upon request, please contact
[2]All Analog Inputs can be configured as single-ended 0-5 V, 0-10 V, 0-20 V or differential ±5 V, ±10 V independently. Upon request only, please contact
[3](1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Upon Request
[4]Two Digital IO can be configured as 5.0 V CMOS logic. Upon request only, please contact
[5]Depends on the firmware used. Value given for v4.1
[6]The actual lowest temperature is limited by the dew point. This depends on several factors, e.g. the ambient humidity and how quick the drive cools down after operation. Special care must be taken when the servo drive is actively cooled below ambient temperature.