News & Events

Latest news from ADVANCED Motion Controls including:

  • Our latest product announcements and releases
  • Trade shows and events where we are participating
  • Other company news


Don’t Miss RoboBusiness 2022!

RoboBusiness is back and so are we! ADVANCED Motion Controls is proud to be the registration sponsor for the west coast’s premiere robotics exposition and conference. Come out to Santa Clara, CA and meet the people that drive robotics innovation, from system integrators to component manufacturers to AI programmers. You’ll find us at booth 504,


Introducing New 60-Amp RS485/232 FlexPro Servo Drive

FM060-60C-RM Add to Quote We’ve just released the FM060-60C-RM, the RS485/RS232 version of the machine embedded 60-amp continuous micro-sized FlexPro servo drive (Try saying that three times fast). … I couldn’t do it either. We design FlexPro® servo drives to have the most compact form and highest power density possible. Despite its tiny 38 x


Talk With Us at Automate!

Automate is North America’s largest automation exposition, showcasing the best of the technologies and innovations driving our increasingly automated world… …so naturally, we’re going to be there. Register for Free Today! Join us June 6-9 at Huntington Place (also known as TCF Center or COBO Center) in Detroit, Michigan for the conferences, classes, and of


EtherNet/IP® Servo Drives that Fit in the Palm of Your Hand

Unfortunately, there are very few low-voltage, compact EtherNet/IP® servo drive solutions on the market. This presents a problem for engineers who want to incorporate EtherNet/IP on their low voltage mobile applications. Fortunately, compact servo drives are our specialty, so we’re releasing three new FlexPro® servo drives with support for EtherNet/IP. Perfect for Mobile Robots With


Visit Us at Robotics Summit in Boston!

Robotics Summit brings industry leaders and companies together to discuss and showcase the latest in robot technology. Don’t miss your chance to expand your knowledge, make connections, and glimpse into the future of robotics. For over three decades, ADVANCED Motion Controls has served the robotics industry. Our servo drives are powering motors in thousands of


New 60-Amp Continuous CANopen FlexPro Servo Drive Available

We’ve just released the FM060-60C-CM FlexPro digital servo drive. FlexPro® servo drives are built with compact form and power density in mind. This CANopen servo drive with a mere 38 x 25 mm footprint boasts a 60-amp continuous current rating. That means it can fit into tight spaces and still deliver the impressive power and


Join Us at MODEX 2022!

ADVANCED Motion Controls is returning to MODEX, the premier supply chain exhibition and conference! With over three decades of experience in automation, ADVANCED Motion Controls has long served the supply chain industry by providing powerful, versatile, and reliable servo drives and controls. We’re happy to join the amazing selection of manufacturing and supply chain solution


New Voltage Range for Micro-Sized FlexPro Drives

We’ve added new 20-90 VDC servo drives to the micro-sized FlexPro® product line, supplementing the existing 10-55 VDC options. Available to order now are the 25 amp continuous (50 amp peak) models in the PCB mount and machine embedded form factors. Both drives feature EtherCAT communication with other networks to follow in future releases. FE100-25-EM


FlexPro Mini-Size Series Expansion

In line with our goal to make FlexPro a fully comprehensive servo drive platform, we’ve added additional models to give more design options and features for engineers. Like our other Mini-Size FlexPro models, all three of these drives have a 20-90 VDC supply voltage, 50 amp continuous current rating, and 100 amp peak current rating.


Introducing 60 Amps Continuous Micro-Sized FlexPro Servo Drives

We’ve been approached at Trade Shows regarding FlexPro. People have asked, “You can’t really run that much current through that tiny servo drive, can you?” To which we like to reply, “Yes we can, and soon we’ll be able to do even more.” That’s right, we’ve broken our record for power density once again. Our


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