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Intelligent Motion Systems - IMS  Profile

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Intelligent Motion Systems - IMS  Company Overview

Founded in 1986, Intelligent Motion Systems, Inc. specializes in the design and manufacture of high performance motors, drivers and controllers used in applications demanding precise, controlled movement, including robotics, medical, lab automation, assembly, semiconductor, packaging, engraving and pick-and-place applications. IMS was acquired by Schneider Electric in 2008 and continued to operate under its own brand name until 2010, when the IMS name was changed to Schneider Electric Motion USA.

Intelligent Motion Systems - IMS  Products

The types of products manufactured by Intelligent Motion Systems - IMS include Integrated MDrive Motors/Drivers, Discrete Drivers, Stepping Motors, Power Supplies and Motion ICs.

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