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Lenze Drives Motors

Lenze's product range includes speed controllers, servo inverters, geared motors, AC motors, clutches & brakes. It also features automation solutions with integrated software, visualisation and controls as well as system engineering, coupling technology and services. This is completed by a global service network which can be accessed 24/7 from anywhere in the world. The world is Lenze's market, so you will find Lenze represented in all its major locations. Lenze's largest operational sites are located in Aerzen and Extertal (Germany), Asten (Austria), Shanghai (China) and Uxbridge, Massachusetts (USA).

This page consists of some technical datasheets for the Lenze product line. please call us at (800) 894-0412 or email us at if you cannot find the Lenze drives technical information (data-sheets) that you are looking for. If you need help selecting Lenze motors for your application, please use Product Selection Guide OR Simplatroll Datasheets page links. For a list of frequently asked questions or how to instructions, please use Lenze Global Drives Common Questions page link.

Description File Size
8200 Motec/Starttec Catalog 3,973 KB
8200 & 9300 Vector Inverter Catalog 1,243 KB
9300 Vector Drive Catalog 1,126 KB
8200 Vector Frequency Inverter Catalog 6,048 KB
ATEX Gearmotors Catalog 10,775 KB
Gearmotors Catalog 12,515 KB
Geared Servomotors Catalog 17,454 KB
SM301 Safety Module (E94AYAE) Parameter Setting & Configuration 637 KB
Digital Frequency Extension Module (E94AYFLF) Parameter Setting & Configuration 296 KB
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magneta Controllers

magneta controller 14.422 serves to excite the magnetic particle clutches and brakes. The excitation current can be influenced by a dancer potentiometer or a master voltage. The setpoint potentiometer serves to set the required torque or exciting current. As a nominal output voltage of 24 V is required, the controller has to be adapted to the mains via the transformer supplied. The control board ensures that, despite varying coil