About Schneider Electric Motion USA
Schneider Electric Motion USA is a manufacturer of motion control components for automation equipment. The company is a proven leader in innovative motion control solutions for stepper motors and electronic controls, and the world leader in integrated motor drives with the MDrive® product line.
Founded in 1986 as Intelligent Motion Systems (IMS) and acquired by Schneider Electric in 2008, the organization’s commitment is to Excellence in Motion. As an R&D driven company, our experienced team of Connecticut-based engineers continue to develop innovative solutions in brushless motor technology and electronic controls for applications demanding highly precise, controlled movement in areas including medical instruments, lab automation, assembly, robotics, semiconductor manufacturing, packaging, laser marking and pick-and-place.
MDrive, as the world leading integrated motor brand, offers the widest range of products and features including: MDrivePlus, MDrive Linear Actuators, and Lexium MDrive. Motor sizes range from NEMA 14 to 34, with standard and custom products available to meet the needs of new and existing applications. Communication options include RS-422/485 serial, CANopen, EtherNet/IP, Profinet and ModbusTCP. Ingress protection ratings from IP20 to IP65 are available. And, while integrated motors benefit machine builders with reduced size, cost and maintenance, closed-loop MDrive products also deliver enhanced performance, energy savings and lower heat.
Schneider Electric Motion USA is a Connecticut-based manufacturing facility and a division of Schneider Electric, a global company with operations in more than 100 countries. We strive to deliver exceptional products and best-in-class customer service with rapid delivery times and applications/technical support. Field-based personnel are available globally for assistance with customer applications, on-site assistance and technology training.
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