New Product: Servomotor plus flywheel

Jan. 24, 2008
The MaxPlus-J (MPJ) servomotor features a special inertia flywheel that adds from three to 10 times the inertia of a standard MPP servomotor.

Features of the MPJ include: segmented core technology for 40% higher torque, a potted stator design for improved thermal efficiency; 1.3 to 20-Nm continuous torque; 1.5 to 26-Nm continuous stall torque; 5 to 82-Nm peak torque; brushless construction, high-performance neodymium magnets; thermistor protection, resolver, incremental encoder, or absolute single or multiturn encoder; and rotatable right-angle PS-style connectors. The units are available in Sizes 92. 100, 115, amd 142, and available options include a 24-V fail-safe brake and IP65 shaft seal.

Parker Hannifin Corp., Electromechanical Automation Div.,
5500 Business Park Dr., Rohnert Park, CA 94928,
(800) 358-9068,

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