The servo motor is often used for high-tech devices in industrial applications such as automation technology. It is an independent electrical device that rotates parts of the machine with high efficiency and high precision. In addition, the output shaft of the motor can be moved to a certain angle. Servomotors are mainly used in robots, test equipment, packaging and filling many more areas. A servomotor is a rotary actuator or motor that allows for precise control in terms of angular position, acceleration and speed. Basically, it has certain features that a regular motors does not have. Accordingly, it uses a conventional motor and is coupled with a position feedback sensor.
Servo motors can be of different types based on their applications. The most important of these are: AC servo motor, DC servo motor, brushless DC servo motor and linear servo motor.
A typical servo motor consists of three wires, namely power, control and ground. The shape and size of these engines depends on the use.

Here is an overwiev of our servo motors.


AC Servo Motor

BL 40 / 50 / 70 Serie

The BL Series incorporates the option of a fail-safe holding brake within the structure of the motor.



BF Wash-down serie

Wash down IP69K servomotor
Wash down IP69K servomotor

Made of stainless steel, with IP69K. Used mainly in packaging and filling, pharmaceutical and medicine, foodstuffs but also other clean or wet applications.




DC Servo Motor

DC Servo motor
DC Servo motor

MAVILOR’s axial air gap dish armature is specially suited for high response servo drives. High and smooth torque to inertia ratio, non cogging torque low speed velocity control makes MAVILOR the motor of choice for the most exacting applications.

The MAVILOR MSS Series servomotors provide a 20% increase in power to weight and volume ratios and a 20% increase in power rate and acceleration capability over previous designs.

Incorporating an ironless rotor design, these industrial strength motors have an extremely long brush life and high efficiency.

MAVILOR MSS Series motors incorporate options of tachometers and fail-safe holding brakes within the motor structure, and in many cases are half the length of equivalently rated conventional motors.