Designed for the harsh conditions of continuous operation in tight spaces at high torques, the enclosed-ventilated motors in the MDFQA series offer a long service life and optimum operational performance in all drive situations. The motors, which have a power range of between 10 kW and 95 kW, are compact units with IP23 enclosure.
They have been designed specifically for operation with Lenze's frequency and servo inverters. A wide range of feedback systems, brakes and blowers ensures that the perfect system configuration is available for virtually all operating conditions.
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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.
- High power density
- Excellent operating characteristics
- IP23 protection
- Easy to install and service friendly
- MQA 20 with SpeedTec connectors
- MQA 22 and 26 with three-part terminal box
- Temperature class F
- KTY temperature monitoring
- Radial external fan
- B3 or B35 design
- Wide speed control range
- Field weakening operation usable
The information relating to the servo motors in the tables and graphs is valid for a maximum ambient temperature (Topr) of 40 °C and a site altitude (H) up to 1000 m above sea level. The torque correction factor (kM1) shall be applied to the S1 torque characteristic (M0- MN) in the event of differing installation conditions.
The servo motors can be equipped with spring-operated holding brakes. 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.
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The Speed of the Gearbox has been prohibitive until now, Vogel can now nearly double the speed with it's new Servo-Hollow shaft gearboxes within the same size of gearbox. The products, equipped with a hollow shaft at the output end lend themselves for the use in a throw drive, linear drive and all other functions of the handling technique for spindle-motion. With maximum output speeds up to 7,500 rpm and
magneta electromagnetic clutches and brakes transmit the torque and brake torque through friction at dry running. With DC voltage applied, the torque is transmitted without backlash. Using the prestressed spring of the armature, a release free of residual torque is ensured. These clutches and brakes can be installed in any mounting position and hardly need any maintenance.