Servotronix is a leading global solution provider for standardand customized motion electronics products, with a focus on digital servo drives. The company offers optimized, cost-effective solutions to some of the world's leading machine builders and automation system suppliers.
Servotronix Motion Control develops, manufactures and markets customized and standard motion electronics solutions, with a focus on digital servo drivers. The company provides optimized, cost-effective custom servo drives and servo control systems that are tailored to customers' applications and designed to meet customers' form, fit, function and cost specifications.
Customers' risk and development time are minimized by using innovative, field-proven building blocks wherever possible, with unique added-value provided by integrating application-specific peripheral electronics and customer-specific algorithms to save additional space and costs. Servotronix supports some of the world's leading machine builders and automations system suppliers with quality products and solutions.
Servotronix Motion Systems, a distinct entity under the umbrella of Servotronix organization, is the leading distributor of motion control products in Israel, and is the exclusive distributor of Kollmorgen, Thomson, Portescap, Dover, Hengstler, Spinea and Servotronix Motion Control in Israel. Products include a comprehensive range of standard servo drives and servo motors, linear motion components, rotary and linear brushless DC motors, stepper motors, gears, ball- and lead-screws, and linear actuators.
Servotronix is made up of R&D professionals including electronics, mechanical, software and hardware engineers, with an experienced management team. Together, they combine their expertise in the design, manufacture, and marketing of superior control and motion electronics products to a variety of OEMs and end-users. Every Servotronix customer is backed by the company’s professional pre- and post-sales service and support.
Servotronix - Always in Motion...
Founded in Israel in 1987, Servotronix quickly prospered and was acquired by Kollmorgen Corporation, in which the company continued to design and develop custom and standard electronics. In 2000, with the acquisition of Kollmorgen by Danaher Corporation, Servotronix was transformed into the company’s Center of Excellence for digital servo drive design. In December 2009, Servotronix management purchased the company from Danaher. Today, Servotronix boasts years of experience and expertise in the development of standard drives and related products, having designed and manufactured quality products for leading global motion companies.
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