Indramat’s DDS drives include 2.1 and 2.2 drives, which were made in 14 power ranges,and the 3.1 and 3.2 drives, which came in two power ranges.
The difference between the 2.1 and the 2.2, and the difference between the 3.1 and the 3.2, are not differences you can see on the outside. They differ only in the version of the firmware they use.
None of these drives are still being made, but there are plenty of legacy units out there.
The H1 display on the front of the drives gives you essential information about the operating status of the drive and alerts you to any faults or issues, including problems with cables.
These drives can use Sercos modules; if they do, there will also be H2 displays on the Sercos modules.
DDS series drives are modular, which gives flexibility for configuration. You can stack multiple drives with a single power source.
We provide full support for all Indramat DDS drives. Call for phone support, emergecny replacement units, or factory repair.