MCM - the compact synchronous servo motor for positioning, robotics, packaging technology and handling system applications.
In conjunction with the servo inverters i700, servo drives 9400 and inverter drives 8400 TopLine, it provides high-performance drive solutions in the torque range of 5.31 to 233.66 lb-in (0.6 to 26.4 Nm) and power range of 5.8 to 25 Hp (4.3 to 18.8 kW).
Mounting on a thermally conducting / insulating plate or machine chassis has an influence on heating up the motor, particularly when using naturally ventilated motors.
The motor rating data specified in the catalogue applies when mounting on a steel plate with free convection with the following dimensions:
- MCM06: 270 x 270 mm
- MCM09: 330 x 330 mm
- MCM12: 450 x 450 mm
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Spring-operated holding brakes are available for the MCM synchronous servo motors. The brakes are activated when the supply voltage is disconnected (closed-circuit principle). When using the brakes purely as holding brakes, virtually no wear occurs on the friction surfaces.
If no suitable voltage (incorrect value, incorrect polarity) is applied to the brake, the brake will be applied and can be overheated and destroyed by the motor continuing to rotate. Spring-operated holding brakes are available for the MCM synchronous servo motors. The brakes are activated when the supply voltage is disconnected (closed-circuit principle). When using the brakes purely as holding brakes, virtually no wear occurs on the friction surfaces. The shortest switching times of the brakes are achieved by DC switching of the voltage. A spark suppressor is required to suppress interference and to increase the service life of the relay contacts here.
- Compact size
- Easy to control due to favorable ratio between inertia of load and motor
- Optimized for smooth operation and precision workflow
- Suitable for use in the food industry thanks to a smooth housing surface
- Simplicity due to
- Robust resolver as standard and multi-turn sin/cos encoder for high precision
- Easy installation and servicing thanks to SpeedTec connector with rotatable connector boxes
The brakes used are not safety brakes in the sense that a reduction in torque may arise as a result of disruptive factors that cannot be influenced, e.g. oil ingress. The ohmic voltage drop along the cable must be taken into consideration in long motor supply cables and must be compensated for by a higher voltage at the line input.
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Lenze i510 is the new inverter series in the 0.33 to 60 Hp (0.25 to 45 kW) power range. Its distinguishing features: a streamlined design, scalable functionality, and exceptional user-friendliness. i500 provides a high-quality inverter that already conforms to future standards in accordance with the EN 50598-2 efficiency classes (IE). Overall, this provides a reliable and future-proof drive for a wide range of machine applications.
Switchgear can be controlled by contacts, proximity switches, photoelectric barriers or control voltages (e.g. from a PLC). For some types of switchgear, short change-over pulses will suffice. Spring-applied brakes are used as modular components in electrical drives to decelerate or bring masses to a defined stop - even in the event of the loss of the power supply. Spring applied brakes are generally used as "on or off brakes", whereby the availability of