When space is limited, but strict requirements in terms of dynamics and precision still have to be met, the MCS synchronous servo motors are the right choice.
With a power range from 0.25 kW to 15.8 kW and a rated torque range from 0.5 Nm to 72 Nm and peak torques of up to 190 Nm, these motors leave nothing to be desired in installations requiring compact and dynamic drive technology.
The stator winding of the MCS motors employs innovative Single Element Pole Technology - SEPT - and is made up of individual coils. High-quality magnetic materials and specially developed pole shapes the conditions for their excellent drive characteristics.
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This results in a significant increase in power density, while at the same time reducing moments of inertia. The minimum detent torques offer exceptional smooth running characteristics and thereby secure excellent control behaviour.
The robust mechanical structure with reinforced bearings, the high degree of protection and the full stator encapsulation increase operational reliability, even in harsh ambient conditions.
- High dynamic performance thanks to low moments of inertia
- Compact size with high power density
- Cooling with or without axial external fan
- Robust regenerative resolver system as standard
- Alternatively sin/cos encoder for the highest precision
- Easy to install and service friendly thanks to use of SpeedTec connectors
- Optional terminal box
- Protection: IP54, IP65 optional
- cURus-approved, GOST-certified, CE, RoHS compliant
- Smooth surface
- Single Element Pole Technology
- Optimum rotation characteristics
- Virtually free of detent torque
- Electronic nameplate
Servo motors can perform speed-dependent safety functions for safe speed and / or safe relative position monitoring in a drive system with the Servo Drives 9400. The SM301 safety module, which can be integrated in the Servo Drives 9400, is used to implement these functions.
When using just one single feedback system in the environment of these safety applications, the applicable safety engineering standard IEC 61800-5-2 [Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems - Part: 5-2: Safety requirements - Functional] stipulates special requirements for the connection between feedback systemandmotor shaft. This is due to the fact that two-channel safety systems at this point in the mechanical system are actually designed as single-channel systems. If this mechanical connection is designed with considerable overdimensioning, the standard permits exclusion of the fault "encodershaft breakage" or "encoder-shaft slip".
As such, acceleration limit values must not be exceeded for the individual drive solutions. You can find the limit values in the corresponding feedback data of the individual motor ranges.
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:
- MCS06: 270 x 270 mm
- MCS09: 330 x 330 mm
- MCS12 / 14 / 19: 450 x 450 mm
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Working on the Failsafe Principle, servo motors are usually fitted with holding brakes in order to secure static positions while in operation or during system standstill. Because it is vitally important to have zero backlash for this function, permanent magnet (PM) brakes have so far mainly been used. However, both the price development of rare earths and a shift in the requirement profile are creating a noticeable
AC Tech Drives
AC Tech's MC3000 series is the choice when your process control demands fast acceleration and response. Designed expressly for use where the motor control is an integral part of a process, the M3000 is rated for constant torque applications but can easily be configured for variable torque applications. Most "process control" drives are designed for variable torque applications where the motor is driving a centrifugal fan or pump.