Indramat was a German manufacturer of industrial control equipment founded in 1958. The name Indramat is an abbreviation that comes from the words “INdustrialization, RAtionalization, and autoMATion.” Indramat manufactured and sold servo motor equipment through the Sixties and Seventies, offering AC servo motors as early as 1979. Over the years Indramat was acquired by Rexroth, then Mannesmann, and finally by Bosch in 2001. At that point the company became Bosch Rexroth and the Indramat brand was discontinued though many of the Indramat product lines continued under the Bosch or Rexroth names.
If your drive is not represented below, please call us as our capabilities are always expanding! If your drive is not an Indramat ‘click here’ to view a list of manufacturers we can service.
Drives we repair:
The DDS series has a wide variety of options. The DDS current ranges from 15 - 200 Amps. It is able to handle resolvers or digital feedbacks based on the options choosen.
The Indradrive covers several models and a wide range of characteristics. Current ranging from 4.5 Amps to 300 Amps. When there is such a range it is always best to contact us to confirm the specifics of the drive.
The KDV series has a max continuous current of 100 Amps and based on the model have between a 160 - 300 Amp peak.
Available in many configurations with a current range between 15 - 100 Amps. Output voltage of 300 VDC.
Sometimes having an SEM DC servo motor repaired is not the best option.
Extensive motor damage or unacceptable lead times, may make replacement options a more intelligent and economical choice. Servo Repair International provides various replacement options for many SEM products. The older DC servo motors may be crossed over to newer products from SEM or other competing manufacturers. We can also provide our own direct replacement DC servo motors as replacements. Many times just a simple feedback device crossover may be needed to increase turnaround time and better performance.