July 1, 2006
INDEX DRIVES Three new indexing ring drives accommodate various automated machines and equipment with larger through-holes. Features & benefits Machines'


Three new indexing ring drives accommodate various automated machines and equipment with larger through-holes.

Features & benefits

  • Machines' outer periphery is free for operator access and additional workstations

  • Direct shaft-mounted, motorized drive package includes reducer and brake-motor combinations

  • Precision-ground cams with preloaded followers maximize accuracy

  • Available in diameters of 1, 1.5, and 2 m with 6 to 48 stops

Industrial Motion Control LLC
Wheeling, Ill.
(800) 645-5207
Circle 187


Series 1525 BRC and 3153 BRC brushless dc micromotors feature integrated electronics and RoHS-compliance.

Features & benefits

  • 1525 has 15-mm diameter, 25-mm length; achieves torque of 1.8 mNm and speeds to 16,000 rpm

  • 3153 has 31-mm diameter, 53-mm length; achieves torque of 28 mNm and speeds to 6,500 rpm

  • 9, 12, and 15-V windings (1525); 9, 12, and 24-V windings (3153)

  • Skewed winding and Neodymium rare-earth magnet rotor provide cog-free motion

MicroMo Electronics Inc.
Clearwater, Fla.
(727) 572-0131
Circle 188


Mechanical torque limiter isolates the driving from the driven elements within milliseconds for zero backlash and adjustability.

Features & benefits

  • Set to lowest torque within range

  • Precise overload protection

  • Low residual friction following disengagement; low inertia

  • Double-bearing support of pulley/sprocket

Vadnais Heights, Minn.
(651) 286-1054
Circle 189


Brush and brushless dc motors are compact, efficient, and durable.

Features & benefits

  • Ceramic shafts in RE models eliminate magnetic detent and promote rapid acceleration due to low inertia, electromagnetic interference, and inductance

  • RE 8 has external diameter of 8 mm and 0.5 W power rating; RE 6 has 6-mm diameter and 0.3 W power rating

  • Cylindrical brushless EC flat motor features electronic commutation, high-speed rotation that's free of detent, and a customizable winding system

  • EC 6 measures 6 × 2.2 mm; EC 10 measures 10 × 2.52 mm

Maxon Precision Motors Inc.
Burlingame, Calif.
(800) 865-7540
Circle 193


Dual-axis EZHR17EN controller and driver delivers precise positioning, acceleration, and velocity to 3 in. or smaller stepmotors.

Features & benefits

  • Measures 1.6 × 1.6 in.

  • Provides up to 1 A drive current for one axis and up to 1 A for second axis with optional stepper or daughtercard

  • Driver and daughter microstep 1/256 and 1/16 steps, respectively

  • Up to 20 million µ steps/sec

  • Standalone operation

AllMotion Inc.
San Jose, Calif.
(408) 460-1345
Circle 192

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