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Anaheim Automation just launched a line of Servo Systems available in 110VAC. Prior to launch, their servo systems were only available in 220VAC. The new line allows for more versatility and accessibility among US customers in particular.

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ANAHEIM, CA, July 05, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Anaheim Automation's Servo System is a packaged deal that saves the customer both time and money, in that it provides the motor, matched drive, and supplementary cables all in one complete package (http://www.anaheimautomation.com/marketing/estun/servo-systems.php). Not only does the customer not have to worry about compatibility issues or the time it takes to cross a system, but Anaheim Automation offers the package at a price lower than if the components were purchased separately. These packages allow a complex product to be chosen quickly, correctly, and with ease to the customer.

The only former drawback to this product line was the lack of versatility in only supplying 220VAC systems. While Anaheim Automation's customer base stretches beyond that of the domestic United States, a bulk of their business is done in the US, where 220VAC may not be as easily accessible. The recent introduction of their new line of 110VAC systems is a huge expansion, and will open the door for more US customers to capitalize on the packaged deal Anaheim Automation offers.

The packages start at a comparable price to the existing 220VAC packages, and are offered in 200W, 400W, and 750W options. All other features of the motors, drives, and cables are the same - but now include the convenience of 110VAC. Anaheim Automation hopes to reach a whole new segment of their servo customers, and has particular hopes to open their current customers' eyes to the convenience and cost-efficiency that these packaged deals offer them. Depending on the success of these packaged deals, more servo product expansions, including the ability to purchase 110VAC options for the motors and drives individually, will be in the works to be released within the next year.

Anaheim Automation, Inc. is a manufacturer and distributor of motion control products with over 45 years of experience. Combining enthusiasm, dedication, and innovation, Anaheim Automation strives to supply thousands of customers worldwide with the quality components they require to make their application succeed. Anaheim Automation surpasses competitors with their Stepper product offering, providing one of the largest in the industry. Vast lines of Brushless and Brush DC, Servo and AC motors, controllers and drivers are also offered at competitive prices. High-precision Gearboxes, Tables, Linear Guides, and more provide increased performance and efficiency.

For more information about Anaheim Automation and their products, call 714-992-6990 or visit www.anaheimautomation.com.

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