Allied Motion Technologies, Inc.
23 Inverness Way E, Ste 150
Allied Motion Technologies -- Motion Solutions that Raise the Bar Featured Product: RAA 30 Right-Angle PMDC Gearmotor Allied Motion's new RAA 30 series of right-angle gearmotors are specifically designed for battery-powered medical mobility equipment such as wheelchair, scooter, and patient lifts. The RAA 30 is also ideal for a varitey of utility and commercial applications like tarp and awning actuators, gate operators, welding wire-feed and cable-pulling systems. The RAA 30 is engineered for long life and high load capacity, featuring a precision ground worm, nitrile seals, permanently lubricated bearings, and a rugged cast aluminum gearbox RAA 30 winding designs accommodate voltages from 12 to 240 VDC. Rated no-load output speeds range from 40 to 180 RPM and continuous torque range is rated from 50 to 100 lb-in (5.6 to 11.2 Nm). Options include class H winding insulation, weather-proof (IP65) design, holding brake, and custom leads or connectors. Contact our application specialists today to learn more about the RAA 30. In North America telephone 1 (315) 782-5910. In Europe call +31 (78) 621 9940. Click here to review the specification datasheet for the RAA 30. View the AMOT Overview Take the AMOT Tour If you would like to see Allied Motion in brief, including our newest acquisition, Premotec, take a look at our revised presentation. It'll give you an overview of the products, applications, markets, and companies of today's Allied Motion. ? AMOT Overview Latest AMOT Performance Jul 19, 2007 Allied Q2 2007 Earnings Conference Call Set Allied Motion Technologies Inc. has scheduled an earnings conference call for Tuesday, August 7, 2007, at 9:00 a.m. Mountain Time (11:00 a.m. Eastern Time) to discuss the financial results for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2007. ? Press Release May 8 , 2007 Allied Motion Completes Bank Facility with JPMorgan Chase Allied Motion today announced that it completed the refinancing of its bank debt with JPMorgan Chase Bank. The new $19 million bank facility significantly