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ATO Inc
Contact: ATO
23555 Golden Springs DR. K-1, Diamond Bar, CA 91765 USA 
Los Angeles CA California
United States 91765
Phone: 800-585-1519
Email: info@ato.com
Keywords: ato, ato automation
ATO.com is an online store providing customers all kinds of industrial automation products like VFD, servo motors, power supplies etc..From the very beginning, we have been committed to developing new and innovative solutions, delivering products of the highest quality, fulfilling the needs of each customer, and operating with honesty and integrity. These commitments continue to guide us and define us as a company.
ATO Automation inc will produce products and perform services that meet or exceed the expectations of our customers through the total involvement of our people and our commitment to continuous improvement in everything we do.
We walk shoulder-to-shoulder with our customers through every phase of a project from concept to commissioning and follow through with outstanding after-sales support. Our customers rely on our exceptional partnership and innovative solutions, and we take great pride in the trust we have earned.
There are two types of servo motors - AC and DC. AC servo can handle higher current surges and tend to be used in industrial machinery. DC servos are not designed for high current surges and are usually better suited for smaller applications. Generally speaking, DC motors are less expensive than their AC counterparts. These are also servo motors that have been built specifically for continuous rotation, making it an easy way to get your robot moving. They feature two ball bearings on the output shaft for reduced friction and easy access to the rest-point adjustment potentiometer.

Electric motors can be powered by alternating (AC) current or direct current (DC). DC motors were developed first and have certain advantages and disadvantages. Each type of motor works differently but they all use the power of the electromagnetic field. We will talk about the very basic principals of electromagnetic fields in motors before you can move on to the different types of motors.