Linear Motion – Custom Manufacturing Of Complete Systems & Components by LM76!

Linear Motion – LM76 Expands Custom Manufacturing Capabilities!

 

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LM76 has greatly expanded their capabilities for machining of shafting and the manufacturing of complete systems and custom components.

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To compliment the expanded manufacturing facility LM76 has developed a State-of-the-Art Inspection Lab as well.

Precision Shafting –

Specifiers can specify custom modifications to shafting …

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RC60, 440c, 300 series Stainless Steel, and Ceramic Coated Aluminum, and other exotic materials shafting can be custom drilled, and supplied with custom ends.

For additional information go to:  

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 Components, and …

 

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For additional information go to:  http://www.lm76.com/General%20PDF%20For%20Web_opt(Autosaved)PDF2.pdf

… Complete Motion Control Systems!

 

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Custom linear motion components and complete custom linear motion systems can be designed and fabricated to meet critical specifications for tooling from Aluminum or Stainless Steel.  Discuss you needs with LM76’s talented engineers for help with any linear motion problem including USDA/FDA applications.

 

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About LM76

Founded in 1976, LM76 has been a leading designer/manufacturer of linear bearings, slides and linear motion systems. LM76 is renowned for its industry leading Minuteman PTFE Composite linear bearings. LM76 is a leading supplier of precision linear shafting: RC60, 300 Series Stainless Steel, and ceramic-coated aluminum shafting. LM76 also offers several FDA/USDA compliant linear bearings and slides for the food processing, pharmaceutical, medical, and packaging industries.

For all of the LM76 Catalogs go to:

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For additional information contact Mike Quinn at: LM76, 140 Industrial Dr., E. Longmeadow, MA 01028; Telephone: 413-525-4166, Fax: 413-525-3735 or E-Mail:mquinn@lm76.com or visit the website at http://www.lm76.com

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Motion Control – Maxon BLDC Motor EC 19 and Planetary Gearhead GP 19!

High power up to 120 W, speeds up to 100,000 rpm, sterilizable 1000 times from Maxon Motors

Maxon motion control EC19 Motor and GP19 Gearhead

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Fall River, MA — The new brushless drive with a diameter of 19 mm has been specially designed for high speeds and features low heat development and extremely quiet and low-vibration running. This little powerhouse has applications in centers for miniaturized processing, hand-held tools and medical technology. When combined with planetary gearheads, many possible variations are available for applications in these key markets.

 

With its modular construction, this new brushless DC motor is available in three performance classes: The cost-optimized EC 19 at 60 Watt, the strong and high-speed EC 19 at 120 Watt and the sterilizable high-end version EC 19 at 120 Watt. The internals of the drives are responsible for their individual characteristics:

  • The EC 19 at 60 W is equipped with a magnetic circuit that is designed for speeds of up to 80,000 rpm.
  • The maximum continuous torque is 12 mNm and the motor contains no Hall sensors.
  • The EC 19 at 120 W has been designed for speeds of up to 100,000 rpm and delivers a high continuous torque of 24 mNm. Versions with and without Hall sensors are available.
  • The EC 19 Sterilizable at 120 W may be sterilized in an autoclave 1000 times. With a maximum permissible speed of 100,000 rpm and 24 mNm continuous torque, this drive also withstands high temperatures and harsh steam cycles. This is achieved through careful selection of materials and through protection of the components such as in the hermetically sealed rotor magnet.

With maxon motor’s winding technology, it is possible to offer various voltage versions. The stator has been designed without slots. Therefore, no cogging torque occurs resulting in excellent control properties and extraordinarily smooth running. Together with an optimally balanced rotor, low-noise and low-vibration operation is easily achieved.

Maxon’s new sterilizable planetary gearhead, the GP 19 M is ideal for applications requiring very high speeds – input speeds of up to 40,000 rpm. To accommodate such high speeds, the toothing and materials have been especially designed to minimize friction. A key demand placed on the material is 1000 sterilization cycles. The gearhead contains a special shaft seal. Worth noting is the no-need to disassemble the drive unit for the sterilization process.

The new 19 mm drives are particularly suitable for surgical and dental devices, such as arthroscopic shavers and bone drills. There is also a focus on respirators and CAD/CAM spindle drives.

Comprehensive documentation and software are included with every delivery, and are also available for you to download from our website at www.maxonmotor.com.

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Motion Control – Linear Motion – Miniature Voice Coil Actuators from H2W Technologies, Inc.

H2W Technologies Miniature Voice Coil Actuators

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Santa Clarita, CA —– Motion Control – Linear Motion Actuators — H2W Technologies offers miniature versions of both our moving coil and moving magnet voice coil actuators. Additionally, we offer custom designed solutions to meet your application specifications.

H2W has built its smallest moving magnet voice coil actuator (NCM01-04-001-2IB) to date, with an outside diameter of 0.40 in [10 mm] and a length of 0.735 in [18.8 mm]. It has a stroke of 0.10 in [2.5 mm] and generates a continuous force of 0.10 lbs [0.45 N] and a peak force of 0.30 lbs [1.35 N]. It weighs just 0.20 ounces [5.7 grams]. This actuator utilizes a hardened shaft and sliding contact bushing to ensure long life, and is ideal for oscillatory motion. The compact design allows the actuator to be used in a number of handheld applications. Moving magnet voice coil actuators have built-in bearings so there is no need for the customer to add mass or complexity to their motion system to integrate a bearing, and there are no moving leads to worry about cable management.

Our smallest moving coil voice coil actuator (NCC01-04-001-1X) has an outside diameter of 0.44 in [11.1 mm] and a length of 0.36 in [9 mm]. It has a stroke of 0.13 in [3.2 mm] and generates a continuous force of 0.06 lbs [0.27 N] and a peak force of 0.18 lbs [0.8 N]. It weighs just 0.20 ounces [5.7 grams]. The bobbin has been constructed of plastic to prevent any damping forces that a metallic bobbin would create. The compact design allows the actuator to be used in a number of handheld applications.

About H2W Technologies, Inc

H2W Technologies, Inc. is dedicated to the design and manufacture of linear and rotary motion products that are used in the motion control industry. The complete line of linear electric motors includes: Single and dual axis linear steppers, DC brush and brushless linear motors, voice coil actuators, and AC induction motors. Also offered is a complete line of ball screw, lead screw and belt driven positioning stages.

Other motion control products include: Limited angle torque motors for compact, limited angular excursion rotary servo applications, 3 phase brushless rotary servo motors with matching digital servo amplifiers and permanent magnet linear brakes for fail-safe, zero power braking for baggage handling and people moving applications as well as amusement park rides.

With over 75 years combined experience in the linear and rotary motion field, the H2W Technologies team of engineers offers the optimal solution to the most demanding motion control, requirements.

For additional information contact Mark Wilson at H2W Technologies, 26380 Ferry Ct, Santa Clarita, CA 91350; Tel: 888-702-0540, Fax: 661-251-2067, E-Mail: info@h2wtech.com or visit the website at http://www.h2wtech.com

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Motion Control – New Profinet Interface for POSITAL’s Explosion-Proof Rotary Sensors

Posital Explosion Proof Rotary Sensors available from Electromate

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Vaughan, Ontario, Canada – Motion Control Components – POSITAL has added an optional Profinet communications interface to its range of explosion-proof IXARC rotary encoders. These devices have been designed to comply with ATEX/IECEx directives for Category 3 electrical products and are suitable for Zone 1 and Zone 21 conditions (potential exposure to hazardous levels of explosive gases and dust concentrations). Areas of application for these encoders include oil and gas facilities, underground mines, chemical plants, milling operations and grain-handling facilities.

POSITAL’s ATEX-certified encoders are built with aluminum or Type 316L stainless steel housings that are designed to contain any electrical hot spots or sparking and to provide environmental protection ratings of up to IP67. Based on POSITAL’s well-proven optical measurement technology, these encoders can deliver up to 16-bit resolution in single-turn configurations or 14-bit resolution for multi-turn models. This technology ensures that position measurement integrity is maintained even if movement occurs when system power is unavailable. No backup batteries are needed, reducing maintenance costs. IXARC encoders can be ordered with a wide range of mounting options to ensure that they can be readily adapted to many kinds of equipment.

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Posital Explosion Proof Rotary Sensors available from Electromate

ATEX and IECEx norms define essential requirements for equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres.

Finding the right IXARC sensor for a particular application is straightforward. The web site https://www.electromate.com/posital-fraba.html provides a powerful product finder tool that enables a customer to specify the product features required for each application and then quickly zero in on the best available products.

For further information on this new product or others in our extensive product portfolio, call 1-877-SERVO99 (737-8699) or e-mail Warren Osak at sales@electromate.com or visit Electromate at: www.electromate.com

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Motion Control – Low-cost Spring Applied Brakes for Servo and Stepper Motors!

Motion Control Spring Applied Brakes available from Servo2Go

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Greenville, DE —-Motion Control Components – Inertia Dynamics type FSB brakes are designed to decelerate or hold inertial loads when the voltage is turned off. These brakes can be mounted to a bulkhead or motor.

The FSB brakes are rated up to 100 Lb-in static torque, and fit motors up to 5.3″ OD.

Features of FSB Spring Applied Brakes:

  • 12V, 24V, 90VDC or 120VAC windings
  • Static torque to 100 lb-in
  • Bore sizes from 1/4″ to 3/4″
  • Low current consumption
  • Low cost
  • Metric bores & special voltages available

CLICK HERE for more information on the Spring Applied Brakes from Inertia Dynamics.

These and other Motion Control Products are available through www.Servo2Go.com

For further information on this new product or others in our extensive product portfolio, call 1- 877-378-0240 or e-mail Warren Osak at warren@servo2go.com or visit Servo2Go.com at: www.Servo2Go.com

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Motion Control – Intellidrives Offers Direct Drive Rotary Stage!

ACR-32UT has a very wide dynamic speed range and can move at sub-rpm speed with low velocity ripple and can accelerate quickly to 1,500 rpm.

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Philadelphia, PA, — Motion Control Components and Systems – The ACR-32UT precision rotation stage is a low profile rotary table with a high-speed direct-drive rotary servo motor. The 32 mm center aperture and lightweight construction makes this rotary stage an ideal choice for handling 300 mm silicon wafers for semiconductor processing

ACR-32UT has a very wide dynamic speed range and can move at sub-rpm speed with low velocity ripple and can accelerate quickly to 1,500 rpm. This stage can be easily installed into IntelLiDrives low profile open frame XY tables with a minimal stack-up height to minimize Abbe error.

These features make the ACR-32UT outperform the stability, acceleration and settling speed of traditional servo motor gear-driven mechanisms, according to the company. IntelLiDrives offers a wide range of servo amplifiers and advanced controllers to provide a complete, integrated package.

System Performance Unit ACR-32UT
Center aperture mm 32
Outside diameter mm 116
Stage height mm 22
Peak Torque Tp

 (Nm)

15
Continuous torque

air cooling, coil 120°C

Tc120

(Nm)

5
Peak current at Tp Amp p rrms 15
Continuous current at Tc Amp c rrms 4
Recommended voltage (note 1) Uvdc

Uvac

310

220

Max speed  

(note 2, 3)

RPM 1,400
Positioning resolution

(note 3)

counts/rev

 

3,600,000 (standard)

7,200,000

(optional)

Positioning resolution (arc-sec) 0.60
Accuracy Arc-sec <10
Repeatability Arc-sec <1
Run-out axial/radial micron <10
Rotor Inertia kg x m2 0.05
Stage weight M (Kg) 3

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Axial load M (Kg) 10

 

Note 1: Rotary table can operate at lower voltages with lower speeds

Note 2: Max speed shown with no external torque applied

Note 3: Max speed may be limited by controller’s encoder frequency input.

            Sin/cos 1 Vpp and other encoder resolutions available.

            Contact the factory.

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About IntelLiDrives

IntelLiDrives, Inc. manufactures linear actuators, XY tables and rotary tables for the industry, government, science and research institutions around the world. Our precision rotary actuators, XY stages and linear actuators are used in the applications in medical devices, life sciences, semiconductor and electronic assembly manufacturing, data storage, laser processing, military/aerospace, photonics, automotive and test assembly, research and development and other industries requiring high precision and throughput motion control solutions.

For further information on this new product or others in our extensive product portfolio, call 1-215-728-6804 or e-mail Intellidrives at sales@intellidrives.com.com or go Intellidrive – Contact Us at: www.intellidrives.com/contact-us

 

Motion Control – Steinmeyer Introduces Precision Ball Screws Featuring Xi-Plus Technology!

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BURLINGTON, MA –Motion Control Components – Ball Screw Technology – Steinmeyer now offers 16mm to 80 mm Ballscrews that feature Xi-Plus Technology Optimized spindle surfaces.

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At Steinmeyer you obtain ball screws with connecting dimensions according to DIN 690651 or ISO 3408.

Any size can be selected among available nut flange shapes (round, single, flattened, flattened on both sides) and different load capacities.

And now you have the option to receive Steinmeyer ball screws in Xi-Plus technology with optimized spindle surfaces for better running features.

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Standard Ball Screws:

Microscopic irregularities on the raceway surface of the spindle can cause vibrations, irregular running characteristics, and noise in machines.

Xi-Plus technology Ball Screws:

Through the use of innovative production technologies, the roughness of the spindle surface can be reduced and therefore performance is optimized. Irregular running characteristics are virtually eliminated.

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Xi-Plus ball screws deliver excellent qualities.

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About Steinmeyer

Steinmeyer is the world’s longest continuously-operating manufacturer of commercial ball screws. In the realm of linear motion control, our company has become synonymous with precision, innovation, and exacting standards of quality.

Steinmeyer’s extensive product line is used widely in drive systems for industrial machines as well as precision positioning in optical instruments, medical devices, and other mechatronic applications. www.steinmeyer.com

For further information on Steinmeyer our extensive product portfolio, call 1-781-273-6220 or e-mail Rosmary Belt at rosmary.belt@steinmeyer.com or visit the Steinmeyer FMD group at: www.steinmeyer.com

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Motion Control Application- maxon motors in the Formula Renault 3.5!

The Formula Renault racing series has become one of the most important racing series for future world-class Formula 1 drivers. Since 2012, a new, more powerful V8 engine has been roaring under the hood of the World Series racing cars. Inside it, maxon motors are responsible for adjusting the electronic throttle system.

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Fall River, MA — Motion Control Components Application – The World Series by Renault is a combination of several racing series. The main series is the Formula Renault 3.5. The prestigious Formula Renault 3.5 has become one of the most important racing series for future world-class Formula 1 drivers. In recent years, several drivers have succeeded in making the jump from the Formula Renault 3.5 to the Formula 1, such as Jean Eric Vergne and Daniel Ricciardo of the Scuderia Toro Rosso, as well as current world champion Sebastian Vettel from Germany

The Formula Renault 3.5 is considered to be a preparation series for the Formula 1 and therefore the vehicles have many of the characteristics of the top motorsport class: Carbon brakes, semi-automatic gearshift, left foot brake, and, since 2012, a powerful V8 engine and an adjustable rear wing. In the new World Series vehicles developed by Renault, Zytek engines are used. Zytek is a British company that produces control systems for the automotive industry, drive technology, engines and hybrid technology. All 26 vehicles used in the Formula Renault 3.5 are driven by the new Zytek engines. The engine has been designed especially for the Formula Renault series. The 3.4 liter V8 engine, with its 530 hp at 9250 rpm, provides 50 hp more than the previous engine. And where the weight is concerned, the new Renault again has the edge, as it is around 15 kg lighter than the previous model. A fly-by-wire throttle control system has been integrated into the engine. This system, also called “drive-by-wire” in motorsport, electronically transmits the gas pedal movements to the engine controller. In principle, it handles how far the throttle valves are opened at which pedal position.

This gives the racing driver the ability to obtain a specific torque from the engine at a certain gas pedal position and the respective engine speed. In the case of the Formula racing car, there are three different levels (pedal maps) for different route conditions.

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Strong vibrations conquered easily

Accurate control of this throttle system is handled by a maxon DC motor and planetary gearhead. This technology makes the racing cars approx. four seconds faster per round. The maxon DC motors from the RE motor family and the gearhead from the GP family were specially adapted to meet the demands of the high vibration and high temperature environment. During the test phase, the maxon engineers – in close cooperation with Zytek – verified that the engines can function problem-free under the challenging loads. “We began testing maxon’s products in July 2011 and have been extremely impressed with their technical backup and service. The motors need to work in a very hostile environment and maxon really understood the product and the problem and even made suggestions on how to improve the product to help us,” said John Manchester, Operations Director at Zytek. Paul Williams, Sales Engineer at maxon motor uk, commented: “We are delighted to work in partnership with Zytek. 80% of our business comes from modifying our products for our customers and we thrive on challenging projects.”

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Comprehensive documentation and software are included with every delivery, and are also available for you to download from our website at www.maxonmotor.com.

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Motion Control Tutorial – Linear Induction Motor: How it Works.

What is all the hype about the Hyperloop? How does it move? What is the technology that makes it possible?

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Santa Clarita, CA —– Motion Control Tutorial – How Does a Linear Induction Motor Work? – Linear induction motor (LIM) theory is most easily understood as a rotary motor that has been cut and unrolled to generate linear motion, instead of rotary motion. It is comprised of two parts, the primary and secondary, which interact with one another only when power is applied. Either the primary or the secondary can be fixed while the other moves.

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When three-phase AC power is applied to the primary, a travelling electromagnetic flux wave is induced and moves relative to the primary. The wave induces an electric current in the conductive reaction plate. The induced electric current interacts with the magnetic flux to produce a linear force. The speed of the motor can be varied by changing the input frequency using an adjustable frequency drive.

The primary consists of a three-phase coil assembly, equivalent to the stator of a rotary motor. The three-phase coils are wound and inserted into a steel lamination stack along with thermal protection components. The coil windings and stack are then encapsulated in a thermally conductive epoxy.

The secondary, known as a rotor in a traditional rotary induction motor, is a reaction plate. This plate can be comprised of aluminum or copper, and a steel backing. The reaction plate length is equal to the length of the coil plus the stroke. A bearing system is required to maintain the air gap between the primary and secondary.

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Linear induction motors can be manufactured in a wide range of force outputs, speeds, and footprints. For single-sided assemblies, the reaction plate consists of 1/8″ thick aluminum backed by a 1/4″ thick steel plate, and for double-sided assemblies the reaction plate is 1/8” thick aluminum or copper only. If the reaction plate is round and it has a center shaft with rotary bearings, the system will produce rotary motion.

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Why Use a Linear Induction Motor?

Linear induction motors are ideal for H2W Technologies Linear Induction Motor Tutorial - Drawingapplications that require rapid movement of large payloads. Linear induction motors can achieve speeds in excess of 1800 inches per second (45 m/s) and accelerations in the range of 3 to 4 g’s. Standard LIMs can produce forces in the range of 720 lbs (3200 N) at a 3% duty cycle. Multiple motors can be used in conjunction with each other to generate larger forces.

Linear Induction Motor Applications

LIMs can be found in theme park rides, water rides, people moving systems, high speed transportation and maglev propulsion applications. Here are some well-known examples:

Hyperloop

Hyperloop is a high-speed transport system for passengers and goods, incorporating reduced pressure tubes, pressurized pods, linear induction motors, and air compressors. Linear induction motors are used to propel and decelerate the pods over the tracks and through the tubes. The LIMs are reversible so the same motor that propels the pod in one direction down the track can be used to propel the pod back to where it started. The pods could potentially “float” on an air bearing to eliminate friction.

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at Disneyland Resort

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is one of the first roller coasters to use linear induction motors to accelerate cars out of the station. This allows the cars to start moving at high speeds from a stationary state, without the typical hill-and-chain start. The LIMs are also used to park cars in storage.

California Screamin at Disneyland Resort

California Screamin utilizes LIMs to launch the cars of the roller coaster. They are used again further into the ride to accelerate the cars as they travel over the hills.

Tomorrowland Transit Authority at Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom Park

Linear induction motors power Tomorrowland Transit Authority (formerly known as the People Mover), moving large cars at smooth, slow speeds through Tomorrowland.

Dawwama at Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi, Yas Island

The first section of Yas Island’s Dawwama water coaster is powered by LIMS. At each of the hills, the linear induction motors launch the tubes through the uphill sections. This method of propulsion in water coasters is called hydromagnetic technology.

Thunder Rapids in White Water Bay, Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Thunder Rapids, to open in 2017, will be the first water coaster is the USA to utilize hydromagnetic technology. Linear induction motors are combined with turbine technology to keep the tube speeding along the slide and over the hills.

 

About H2W Technologies, Inc.

H2W Technologies, Inc. is dedicated to the design and manufacture of linear and rotary motion products that are used in the motion control industry. The complete line of linear electric motors includes: Single and dual axis linear steppers, DC brush and brushless linear motors, voice coil actuators, and AC induction motors. Also offered is a complete line of ball screw, lead screw and belt driven positioning stages.

Other motion control products include: Limited angle torque motors for compact, limited angular excursion rotary servo applications, 3 phase brushless rotary servo motors with matching digital servo amplifiers and permanent magnet linear brakes for fail-safe, zero power braking for baggage handling and people moving applications as well as amusement park rides.

With over 75 years combined experience in the linear and rotary motion field, the H2W Technologies team of engineers offers the optimal solution to the most demanding motion control, requirements.

See Article: https://www.h2wtech.com/article/linear-induction-motor-how-it-works

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See Product: https://www.h2wtech.com/category/linear-induction#productInfo1″

For additional information contact Mark Wilson at H2W Technologies, 26380 Ferry Ct, Santa Clarita, CA 91350; Tel: 888-702-0540, Fax: 661-251-2067, E-Mail: info@h2wtech.com or visit the website at http://www.h2wtech.com

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Motion Control – AMC’s STAC6-Q-H – Advanced Step Motor Drive for Hazardous Locations

Electromate offers AMC-STAC6-Q-H-Stepper Drive

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The Only Internationally Certified Hazardous Location Stepper Drive Available

 

Vaughan, Ontario, Canada — Motion Control Components – The STAC6 offers best-in-class anti-resonance that ensures optimal performance of the step motor over the widest speed range. The drive is powered by single-phase 120 VAC which generates a nominal 160 volt DC internal bus voltage capable of driving the highest torque NEMA 34 and 42 frame step motors on the market.

Features include:

  • ATEX and IECEx certified for Class I, Zone 2 locations
  • UL certified for Class 1, Div 2, Group C & D locations
  • HazLoc Step Motor Drive
  • HazLoc certified for USA, Canada, Europe and Middle East
  • Advanced anti-resonance algorithm
  • Torque ripple smoothing
  • Microstepping to 51,200 steps/rev
  • Encoder feedback option for enhanced system accuracy using Stall Detection and Stall Prevention
  • Designed for use with high quality NEMA 23, 24, 34 and 42 frame step motors
  • 7 digital inputs, 3 digital outputs, all optically isolated
  • 2 analog inputs, +/-10 volt range
  • Supply Voltage: 94-135 VAC, 50/60 Hz, single-phase
  • Input Power: 120 Vac, 1 Phase, 1.67 A (rms)
  • Output Power: 120 Vdc, 1 phase, 4.24 A (rms), Continuous Duty Rating
  • Control Modes: Streaming Commands, Analog Positioning, Encoder Following, Q Programming
  • Output Current: 0.5-6.0 A/phase, peak-of-sine
  • Communication Ports: RS-232, RS-485
  • Idle Current Reduction: 0-100%
  • Setup Method: Software setup
  • Dimensions: 6.35 x 4.66 x 2.31 inches
  • Weight: 32 oz.
  • Ambient Temperature Range: -40 to +55 °C (-40 to +131 °F)
  • Ambient Humidity: 90% max, non-condensing

CLICK HERE to view more information on the STAC6-Q-H Advanced Step Motor Drive for Hazardous Locations from Applied Motion Products.

For further information on this new product or others in our extensive product portfolio, call 1-877-SERVO99 (737-8699) or e-mail Warren Osak at sales@electromate.com or visit Electromate at: www.electromate.com

 

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