Powerful Stepper Motors

Oct. 2, 2009
Five new 86mm flange stepper motors have holding torque values ranging from 4.0 to 13.6Nm, with design and control that enables high-precision and cost-effective positioning without an encoder system, says the vendor. 
The 80MPH series stepper motors with an 86mm flange, as well as the 56mm 80MPD series motors are said to be among the most powerful motors currently available on the market in regard to holding torque and length. Equipped with an aluminum housing, the NEMA 34 motors are able to transport thermal power dissipation with low thermal resistance, reducing motor heating and increasing bearing lifespan. The stepper motors can be delivered with or without an encoder system. B&R Industrial Automation Corp.www.br-automation.com770.772.0400

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