While the aviation industry designs and manufactures various forms of aircraft, the aerospace industry typically extends its operations beyond Earth’s atmosphere and conducts aircraft operations in the upper atmosphere or in space. From extreme temperatures and pressures to rigorous performance requirements, engineers are faced with a range of challenges that must be addressed with superior technical solutions. Aerospace servo drives, and motion control systems are just two examples of standard system components that have been strategically improved for inclusion in some of the world’s most advanced aerospace vehicles.
The systems developed for use in aerospace applications are designed to be used in some of the most demanding environments and situations ever experienced. While each piece of equipment is designed to fulfill a very particular set of performance tasks within high specific operating parameters, there are nonetheless several factors that must be accounted for when developing the systems that power these pieces of equipment. Some of the operational parameters that these systems must adhere to are:
ESI has worked with many leading aerospace engineers to develop innovative product solutions that precisely meet the unique operating parameters of individual systems. Our team works closely with clients to deliver components that allow for the development of innovative systems.
Many different pieces of highly specialized equipment are utilized within the aerospace industry. Everything from Actuator Control Units for wing operations to delicate instruments must be capable of exceptionally high levels of performance in extreme environments. Aerospace servo drives and control units help power some of the most demanding and sophisticated systems. These drives have been selected specifically for their capacity for highly precise operations, speed, energy efficiency and outstanding dependability.
With the ability to interface with a range of popular control systems and the availability of multiple levels of ruggedization, the servo drive components available from ESI have been selected for inclusion in some of the most technically advanced systems working today, including civilian and defense aerospace vehicles.