A diameter of 20 mm allows the stainless steel gearhead to achieve continuous torque of 800 mNm, and up to 1100 mNm for short periods during interval operation. Following intensive development with a comprehensive series of tests, the power output was able to be more than tripled in comparison to previous models. The input speed reaches 12,000 rpm. The 20/1R can be combined with small DC, brushless DC motors and stepper motors with a diameter of 17 to 22 mm.
The output shaft of the 20/1R has no axial play, thanks to the pretensioned ball bearing. The gearhead is available with one to five stages, and the span of the 16 possible reduction gear ratios ranges from 3.71:1 to 1526:1. There is also a choice between the normal temperature range of ‐10 to +125°C and a low temperature variant of ‐45 to +100°C. The typical temperature range for planetary gearheads made from metal is now extended considerably. Numerous product variants, including an autoclavable version, makes it easy to adapt to completely different applications. The connection of the new 20/1R planetary gearhead is compatible with its predecessor, the 20/1. When upgrading, the previous gearhead can be replaced with the new model without further changes.
MICROMO (FAULHABER Group) specializes in high‐precision, micro drive systems, servo components and drive electronics with output power of up to 200 watts. The product range includes brushless DC motors, brush DC motors, piezo motors, stepper motors, linear servo motors, gearheads, encoders and motion controllers. In addition, MICROMO also offers custom design solutions for markets such as medical, aerospace, optics, robotics and semiconductor equipment. Faulhaber 20/1R Planetary Gearhead
MICROMO's Application Engineers look beyond just components to offer optimal solutions for custom mechanical and electrical requirements. MICROMO's seasoned team has the experience in the field to assist customers with choosing the correct component and system for unique motion control needs and to meet superior precision and reliability requirements.
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