An application-oriented structure, low moments of inertia, compact dimensions and a high degree of intrinsic operational reliability characterise these robust and dynamic motors.
The compact design and the low moment of inertia allow these motors to be used in dynamic applications. If your application calls for a broad speed setting range and a robust construction, then the choice is easy: MCA asynchronous servo motors from Lenze.
Whether as a self-ventilated version or with a blower - with a power range from 0.8 to 53.8 kW, the MCA asynchronous servo motors offer rated torque values of up to 280 Nm and peak torque values of up to 1100 Nm. In comparison to standard three-phase AC motors, these servo motors have the edge in terms of lower moments of inertia, lower weight and higher maximum speeds.
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- High dynamic performance thanks to low moments of inertia
- Compact size with high power density
- Robust regenerative resolver system - alternatively SinCos and incremental encoder for the highest precision
- Easy to install and service friendly thanks to use of SpeedTec connectors
- Terminal box optional up to MCA21 MCA22 and 26 with three-part terminal box
- Protection: IP23, IP54, IP65 optional for naturally ventilated servo motors
- cURus-approved, GOST-certified, CE, RoHS-compliant
- High maximum speeds
- Wide speed setting range
- Field weakening operation usable
- Electronic nameplate
With asynchronous servo motors, two characteristics are shown in each case. The characteristics for continuous operation (S1) show the speed-dependent constant torque of the motor when operating with a servo inverter that itself is operated at a constant switching frequency. The limit torque characteristics correspond to those that come about during operation of the motor with the largest possible 9400 Servo Drive in each case. The servo inverter is set to a variable switching frequency here.
The asynchronous servo motors MCA10 to 19 and 21 can be fitted with integral permanent magnet holding brakes. In the case of permanent magnet brakes, the rated torque applies solely as holding torque at standstill. This is due to the nature of their design. During braking from full motor speed, e.g. in the event of emergency stops, the braking torque is significantly reduced. As such, they may not be used as safety elements (particularly with lifting axes) without additional measures being implemented. 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. 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.
Spring-operated holding brakes are available for the asynchronous servo motors MCA20, 22 and 26. 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 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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With Suitably Adapted Friction Linings, spring applied brakes can not only fulfil the purely static holding function, they can also be used a working brake for highly dynamic emergency stops. This feature means that the springapplied brake is predestined for use in many servo applications, such as in material handling or in wind power. In a power cut, for example, it is extremely important that a servo brake can be applied from
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