Gettys
DC Servo Motors

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Gettys Manufacturing was founded in 1959 and began manufacturing DC servo motors in 1969. In the time since Gettys servo motors have been sold under numerous brand names such as Gettys, Gould, Modicon, AEG, API, and Allen Bradley. In 2001, Gettys was acquired by Ellwood Corporation and continues to produce servo motors up to the present day.

Gettys Manufacturing was founded in 1959 and began manufacturing DC servo motors in 1969. In the time since Gettys servo motors have been sold under numerous brand names such as Gettys, Gould, Modicon, AEG, API, and Allen Bradley. In 2001, Gettys was acquired by Ellwood Corporation and continues to produce servo motors up to the present day.
 

Gettys


 

If your motor is not represented below, please call us as our capabilities are always expanding!

If your motor is not a Gettys, refer to our DC Servo Motor list to view a list of manufacturers we can service.

M131 or M231 Series

The M131 or M231 series of motors have a continuous torque of 105 lb.-in., a maximum speed of 3000 RPM, and a continuous current of 33 amps. M131 series of motors are considered sealed while the M231 series are non-sealed.

M132 or M232 Series

The M132 or M232 series of motors have a continuous torque of 108 lb.-in., a maximum speed of 1800 RPM, and a continuous current of 17 Amps. M132 series of motors are considered sealed while the M232 series are non-sealed.

M133 or M233 Series

The M133 or M233 series of motors have a continuous torque of 115 lb.-in., a maximum speed of 2400 RPM, and a continuous current of 24 Amps. M133 series of motors are considered sealed while the M233 series are non-sealed.

M134 or M234 Series

The M134 or M234 series of motors have a continuous torque of 200 lb.-in., a maximum speed of 3000 RPM, and a continuous current of 60 Amps. M134 series of motors are considered sealed while the M234 series are non-sealed.

M135 or M235 Series

The M135 or M235 series of motors have a continuous torque of 222 lb.-in., a maximum speed of 2000 RPM, and a continuous current of 33 Amps. M135 series of motors are considered sealed while the M235 series are non-sealed.

M136 or M236 Series

The M136 or M236 series of motors have a continuous torque of 240 lb.-in., a maximum speed of 1400 RPM, and a continuous current of 24 Amps. M136 series of motors are considered sealed while the M236 series are non-sealed.

M137 or M237 Series

The M137 or M237 series of motors have a continuous torque of 299 lb.-in., a maximum speed of 2400 RPM, and a continuous current of 60 Amps. M137 series of motors are considered sealed while the M237 series are non-sealed.

M138 or M238 Series

The M138 or M238 series of motors have a continuous torque of 335 lb.-in., a maximum speed of 1400 RPM, and a continuous current of 33 Amps. M138 series of motors are considered sealed while the M238 series are non-sealed.

M139 Series

The M139 series of motors have a continuous torque of 400 lb.-in., a maximum speed of 1300 RPM, and a continuous current of 60 Amps. M134 series of motors are considered sealed. There is no non-sealed version of the M139 series.

 

Replacement Capabilities


 
 

Sometimes having an Gettys 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 Gettys products. The older DC servo motors may be crossed over to newer products from Gettys 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.

 

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