Offered in the same profile as the company’s existing ironless linear motors, these units have been redesigned for increased performance. A change in materials allows them to operate up to 600 VDC and reach a temperature limit up to 130 °C, as opposed to the previous market standard of 300 VDC and 80 °C. This allows an increase in overall speed along with a greater force operating range. Track sizes are available in increments of 128, 256, and 512 mm. Compared to the previous models, the series offers up to 20% temperature reduction at the same working point, reducing thermal expansion in both the glider and Magway as well as lowering any reduction in precision. The improvement of the forced air-cooling option now available on all sizes also allows an increase in continuous force by a factor of two. Motors are available in two size ranges: The ILF+ motors are small size units suitable for very high dynamic and low moving mass applications; their absence of force ripple ensures speed stability and makes ILF+ them appropriate for scanning applications where speed control is a key specification. The ILM+ motors are a more powerful version, suitable for mid- to high-mass scanning applications where zero attraction forces and good speed stability are required. The low mass per force ratio also makes them suited for very high dynamic applications.
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