Omron has released additional models in its 1S servo range.
Brushless DC design has the advantages of both outrunner and inrunner motors.
JVL has released its all-in-one step-servo motor with built-in encoder, drive, controller, Ethernet switch and Safe Torque Off option.
The latest generation of integrated stepper motors from JVL, ServoStep, advances previous designs, incorporating users' feedback.
The Allen Bradley Kinetix VPC servo motor is designed to provide high continuous torque at high speeds over long periods of time.
JVL Industri Elektronik A/S has announced NEMA23 integrated stepper motors with a speed precision of 0.01 rpm and acceleration precision of 1 rpm/s.
Due to a bigger NdFeB magnet and a high copper content in the winding, the 2668…CR DC micromotor supplies a rated torque of 70 mNm.
A powerful neodymium magnet gives the graphite‐commutated motor a high power density with a continuous torque of 4.9 mNm.
The DC-max motor is a motor offering high-powered rare earth magnets and maxon's rhombic winding packaged in a cost-effective housing and fitted with a GPX gearhead.
maxon motor has released a brushless DC flat motor that incorporates a 936:1 ceramic planetary gearhead.
Targeting machine builders and manufacturers of scientific and medical instruments, the SANMOTION two-phase stepper motors are available with unipolar or bipolar windings together with a range of matching microstepping DC drivers.
A 14-pole, high-torque, 40 mm brushless DC inner rotor motor has been released by maxon motor can produce continuous torque levels of 232 mNm at over 7000 rpm.
The SG Transmission 62 fail-safe electromagnetic brakes are suitable for improving safety on machines using stepper and servo motors with heavy vertical loads. If the power fails, the brake locks and the load is prevented from falling.
Kollmorgen USA IP69K full stainless washdown servo motors are available in five frame sizes and 16 frame/stack length combinations.
Over 40 years of continuous around-the-clock operation, the tanks and vats in the Forst specialty beer brewery’s old brewhouse in Italy produced 25 million hectolitres of beer. Now, since brewing technology has progressed, the management decided to construct a completely new brewhouse, saving 30% in energy consumption.