Electric clutches may not be always the engineer’s first choice when looking at torque-control solutions. Electric motor drive systems, pneumatic clutches, or even friction spring types are thought of first, but certain unique styles of electromagnetic clutches lend themselves very well to tension and torque control. They basically fall into two categories: powered and non-powered.
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