What’s The Difference Between A Servo Motor / Damper Motor / Actuator Motor?
Nothing. They are just various ways of saying the same thing.
What Is A Servo Motor?
A servomotor is a rotary actuator that enables precise control of linear or angular positioning, velocity and acceleration. They vary in size but all of them are very precise and energy efficient. The can be remotely operated using Pulse Width Modulation (PWM), this is an electrical pulse of variable width, the PWM sent to the servo motor determines the position of the shaft, and depending on the duration of the ‘pulse’ sent to the servo motor is how much the shaft will rotate.
Why Do I Need A Servo Motor?
Servo Motors are widely used in every industry, in the industrial and commercial boiler and burner world, servo motors are most commonly used for controlling gas and oil valves, and HVAC systems.
Why Buy Servo Motors From Power Heating Plants?
At Power Heating Plants, we value how precious time is and the importance of getting you back up and running as quickly as possible. With our knowledge and stock combined, we can get you back up and running with as little downtime possible. Did we mention we also have some of the most competetive prices for servo and damper motors on the web?