Parker launches ultra compact, robust 0.45Nm brushless servomotor
13 May 2011
Parker Hannifin, the global leader in motion control technologies, has introduced a new advanced and robust brushless servomotor. This extends torque output down to 0.45Nm, offering high precision servo performance in new areas of application, including machine tools, palletising systems, X-Y tables, robots and a wide variety of special purpose machinery.
The latest NX1 series becomes the smallest product in Parker’s existing range of brushless permanent magnet synchronous servomotors, which now offer a choice of torque outputs from 0.45Nm to 64Nm, with power ratings from 0.2kW to 13.7kW, at operating at speeds of up to 7,500rpm.
The high performance NX1 servomotor features an innovative ten pole, concentrated flux, rare earth magnet design of rotor, to provide outstanding motion quality and high torque density.
Feedback is via a resolver, incorporated as standard, with the option to configure each NX1 servomotor to interface with Absolute, Endat or Hiperface encoders. Similarly, the new servomotor can be supplied with or without sensors, with both power and sensor connections being quick and simple, via compact rotary connectors that are auto lockable.
The NX1 servomotor is sealed to either IP64 or IP65 standards, depending on requirements, and has CE and UL approvals. Cooling is not normally required, although a forced ventilation option to IP44 is available for use in exceptionally demanding environments.
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