Brushless servomotor-drive combination now available from Mclennan
05 October 2011
Allied Motion's recently launched EnduraMax 75i integrated brushless servomotor-drive is now available from Mclennan Servo Supplies. Combining a high power density 75 mm diameter brushless DC motor, an integrated all-digital drive and a 4096 count magnetic encoder, the feature-rich EnduraMax 75i motor-drive has both +/- 10 VDC or 4...20 mA command inputs or can be controlled via optional CANopen or Modbus allowing flexibility with system interfacing.
This neatly packaged unit for torque, speed and/or position control is available in a choice of three frame lengths and voltages of 12, 24 and 48Vdc for continuous rated torque up to 1Nm and speeds to 3,900rpm.
Motor tuning is straightforward thanks to the built-in RS232 communications port and the PC-based IN Control HMI software, which is supplied with the product. The port can also be used for direct position indexing or users may index via optional CANopen or Modbus. A complement of six inputs and three outputs are programmable for limit switches, drive enable, drive fault and so on.
The integrated motor-drive carries full drive electronics protection including over-voltage, short-circuit and reverse voltage, with I2T and Class F (155 °C) rated motor windings. The robust and durable anodised motor and drive housing has IP50 protection class as standard with heavy duty bearings and separate D-type connectors for motor power, encoder and I/O; with a third connector for the optional fieldbus interface.
Other options include a temperature activated cooling fan for higher power capability, holding brake, customised shaft and/or mounting, IP67 protection, sealed bearings, and a low power sleep mode that is especially useful for battery powered applications.
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