Electric Drives Motors Components

Electric Drives, Motors and Components Finalists

Aug. 15, 2022
The BLV Series R Type features an all-new 100/200 W BLDC motor and driver design for battery-powered robotics applications like AGVs and AMRs. The compact driver has reduced its volume and mass by 80%, while the high-resolution motor sensor regulates the speed at ±0.01% and enables better positioning performance. The usable voltage range is expanded to 15~55 VDC, and power consumption has decreased by 10%. Along with software improvements, the compact driver now supports CANopen communications in addition to Modbus.

Oriental Motor

eLION Motor-Generators

Rexroth’s electric 700 V eLION motor-generators cover a nominal power range from 20 to 200 kW (peak power up to 400 kW) and deliver nominal torques of up to 1050 Nm and maximum torque of up to 2400 Nm. They are available in four sizes with different lengths and winding configurations. Both standard and high-speed variants allow the best design solution for traction and implement function needs. eLION benefits include high efficiency, lower emissions, and robust and scalable components designed specifically for mobile machinery.

Bosch Rexroth

Gen 4 115

Elemental Motors 4th Generation Axial Transverse Flux Motor delivers real-world torque densities of 75Nm/liter, 25Nm/kg continuous. The patent pending topology is compact with large IDs available either inner or outer rotation for bold machine creations. The servo motors unique topology is exceptionally efficient at lower RPM and typically replaces other servo motors and 2-stage gear reduction to improve improving efficiency. The motors are tough with windings encased in iron armatures without end turns for better resistance to vibration and the elements.

Elemental Motors

PowerFlex 755TS drive

The PowerFlex 755TS variable frequency drive is the first six-pulse drive to incorporate TotalFORCE technology from Rockwell Automation to help companies get the most out of equipment. This new drive brings a simplified and consistent user experience to virtually any motor control application, including traditional fan, pump and conveyor applications, and more advanced processes that typically require specialized drive solutions. Built-in predictive models use continuous operation monitoring to calculate the expected remaining life of drive components, reducing unplanned downtime and maintenance costs.

Rockwell Automation

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