Posted on June 1, 2007 - ( views)
The commutation electronics are integrated in the EC-max 16 2-wire motor which is only 16mm in diameter, 33.5 mm long and has a nominal output of 5W. The reduction to two connection wires allows brush motors to be directly replaced. The motor turns detent-free and is highly efficient. The stainless steel motor housing, when combined with the metal flanges, provides a high degree of temperature stability, good heat elimination and excellent shielding against electrical fields. The integrated electronics allow direct control with an operating voltage of between 5 and 15V. The electronics have protective circuits to protect the motor against polarity reversal, overheating, axle blocking and under-voltage. With a nominal output of 5W, the motor generates continuous torque of up to 3.4mNm.
For rough operating conditions
For cost-optimized drive systems
Allows drive selection with a few parameters
Feed forces of up to 400 N
For flat motor
For brushed DC motors
with 130 mNm Nominal Torque
This year, the IEN Europe Award for the most innovative product of the past twelve months went to Schaeffler for an online condition monitoring system. In an exclusive Interview, IEN Europe talked with two representatives of the company about the system, the acceptance of condition monitoring in general and further developments in that area that were presented at Hannover Messe 2013. The June issue also features a Special on Control & Automation, including product news, a Statement on recent IT trends in that field, and a Cover Story about combinig the latest RFID with IO-Link technology.
This year, the IEN Europe Award for the most innovative product of the past twelve months went to Schaeffler for their FAG...
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