Motion System Design

Product spotlight: Gearmotors

Ac and dc gearmotors

Line of ac and dc gearmotors include single and three-phase right angle ac, parallel shaft ac, permanent magnet dc, right angle permanent magnet dc, and parallel shaft permanent magnet dc gear motors.

Features & benefits

  • Dynamically balanced to ensure smooth, quiet operation

  • Ball bearing-type; made from precision-machined components

  • Ac available in torques from 15 to 627 lb-in.

  • Dc available in 90 and 180 V

Baldor Electric Co.
Fort Smith, Ark.
(479) 646-4711
Circle 239

High-precision gearmotor

TPM gearmotor is based on an ac servomotor and high-precision planetary gearing for simple and reliable commissioning.

Features & benefits

  • Dynamic response of 500 Nm at mass moment of inertia of 2.9 kgcm

  • 186 mm long

  • 50% reduced moment of inertia

  • Gear pinion is directly integrated into motor shaft, eliminating need for a clutch

Alpha Gear Drives Inc.
Bartlett, Ill.
(630) 540-5341
Circle 240

Dc gearmotors

MMP-S28-400A GP81-046 BR-015 gearmotors accept any 24 V dc source, including battery power.

Features & benefits

  • 3.2 in. diameter, 13.3 in. long, and keyed output shaft of 19 mm diameter by 49 mm long

  • Mounts with four face-mount M-6 threaded holes

  • 61 Nm continuous torque at 43 rpm and 100 Nm peak

  • Motor holding torque of 15 lb-in.

  • Windings for 36, 48, 60, and 90 V available

Midwest Motion Products
Watertown, Minn.
(952) 955-2626
Circle 241

Hollow shaft gearmotors

Series 562 hollow-shaft gearmotors feature increased low speed center distance and greater clearance for wider faced gears.

Features & benefits

  • Continuous torque of 1100 lb-in.

  • Optional fourth-stage gear reduction provides ratios of 2,200:1

  • Offered with various ac and dc motors including 3-phase and inverter duty

  • 3/4 in. bore allows interchangeable designs

Bison Gear and Engineering
St. Charles, Ill.
(630) 377-4327
Circle 242

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