Servomotors

Aug. 4, 2005
The MaxPlusPlus (MPP) Series of brushless servomotors offers lower inertia and higher power in a smaller package than conventional motors.

They feature segmented lamination technology, which can yield up to 40% higher torque per unit size than conventionally wound servomotors. "Potted" stators improve heat transfer for better thermal efficiency and increased torque. High-performance neodymium magnets provide higher acceleration rates. Applications include packaging, printing, semiconductor, and machine-tool industries. Frame sizes are 92, 100, 115, 142,190, 230, and 270 mm. They come with thermistor protection, resolver, incremental encoder or absolute encoder (single or multiturn), optional 24-V fail-safe brake, and IP65 shaft seal. Torque ranges from 1.5 to 160 Nm of continuous stall torque (5 to 500-Nm peak torque). Motors are fully customizable with various mountings, shaft sizes, hollow shaft motors, PTFE or white FDA coatings, and windings to match customer requirements.

Parker Hannifin Corp.
5500 Business Park Dr.
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
(707) 584-2449
parkermotion.com

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