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SGMG-06A2BBC Yaskawa 600w Power Electric SGMG Servo Controller

SGMG-06A2BBC Yaskawa 600w Power Electric SGMG Servo Controller

SGMG-06A2BBC Yaskawa 600w Power Electric SGMG Servo Controller
SGMG-06A2BBC Yaskawa 600w Power Electric SGMG Servo Controller SGMG-06A2BBC Yaskawa 600w Power Electric SGMG Servo Controller SGMG-06A2BBC Yaskawa 600w Power Electric SGMG Servo Controller SGMG-06A2BBC Yaskawa 600w Power Electric SGMG Servo Controller SGMG-06A2BBC Yaskawa 600w Power Electric SGMG Servo Controller

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Product Details:

Place of Origin: Japan
Brand Name: Yaskawa
Certification: CE
Model Number: SGMG-06V2BBC

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Minimum Order Quantity: 1 pc
Price: Contact us
Packaging Details: new and original
Delivery Time: 3-5DAYS
Payment Terms: T/T, , L/C
Supply Ability: 88
Detailed Product Description
Package: Original Package Color: Black/Red/White/Grey
Quality: New And Original Type: SGMG Servo Controller

Brand: Yasakawa Model: SGMG-44V2A
Palce Of Origin: Japan Type: Servo Motor
Power: 600W Current: 5.1A
Voltage: 200V R/min: 1000
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New Yasakwa AC Servo Motor 600W 200V SGMG-06V2BBC Industrial Servo Motor




Current: 5.1A

Volatge: 200V
Power :600W
Max speed: 1000rpm





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