Brushless Servomotors

Jan. 25, 2007
MPN motors are designed to replace the now-obsolete N-Series motors recently discontinued by Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley.

MPN motors are designed to replace the now-obsolete N-Series motors recently discontinued by Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley. The MPN offers more torque per frame size than the existing N-Series motors and electrical characteristics of the Rockwell N-Series family. The front motor mount, shaft dimensions, connectors, and the electrical Ke (back–EMF) of the motors are identical to that of the N-Series motors. The motor inertia is usually within 10% of the N-Series. Use of neodymium magnets gives the MPN extremely high torque. MPN motors target applications for packaging, printing, semiconductor, and machine-tool industries. All MPN motors have a 2,000-line encoder, a 24-V brake option, and are rated for a 340-Vdc bus. The N2302 and N2304 come standard with a 1,000-line encoder and are rated for 170 Vdc. They also have an optional 24-V brake.

Parker Hannifin Corp.,
Electromechanical Automation Div.,
2101 N. Broadway, New Ulm, MN 56073,
(800) 358-9070,
parkermotion.com

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