Lexium 62

Schneider Electric – Lexium 62 – Multi Axes Servo System


Universal, compact servo drives for multiaxis solutions

  • Modular design consisting of single and double drives of the same size and shared power supplies for all drives
  • 50 % less cabinet space if comparing with market
  • Software-compatible with integrated servo drives Lexium 62 ILM and standalone servo drives Lexium 52
  • Single drives with peak current from 6 to 130 A
  • Double drives with peak current from 2 x 6 to 2 x 27 A
  • Power supplies with peak current 20A/84 A
  • Safety input Inverter Enable (pursuant to EN/ISO 13849-1:2008)

Safe Drives with advanced safety functionality

  • Embedded safety functions STO, SS1, SS2, SOS, SLS, SDI, SMS integrated
  • PLC open safe function blocks for easy software integration available
  • Safe drives can be operated in mixed configurations with standard drives

Easy installation, commissioning and maintenance 

  • Front-side quick-connect for power, control voltage and DC bus, no backplane
  • 1 plug for all motor signals, tool free connection
  • Fast connection to Sercos with short cable bridges
  • Easy mechanical mounting/unmounting
  • Easy commissioning, automatic motor detection


Lexium 62 provides answers to urgent questions, how machine builders can counter increasing control cabinet space requirements and rising costs for mounting and cabling. The Lexium 62 multi axis drive system is fully software compatible with Lexium 52 standalone servo drives and with the Lexium 62 ILM integrated servo modules. All together form the base for one of the most flexible servo drive solutions available on the market. 

The availability of safe drives with comprehensive safety functionality paves the way for fully embedded safety solutions with PacDrive 3, including distributed I/O, safe drives, and safe integrated servo motors for managing STO, SS1, SS2, SOS, SLS, SDI, SMS, all via Sercos.


Lexium 62 multi axis servo drives meet the typical requirements of  production and packaging machinery, as well as material handling and assembly systems.

  • General machine control
  • Packaging machine automation
  • Material Handling


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