Servos Deliver High Torque In Small Package

Oct. 1, 2002
rotary/SLM/slm_oview.html Providing users with a choice of three frame sizes of 60 mm, 90 mm, and 115 mm, the SLM series brushless servo motors delivers continuous torque levels from 7.6 in.-lb. to 176 in.-lb. Operating speeds range from 3,000 rpm to

rotary/SLM/slm_oview.html Providing users with a choice of three frame sizes of 60 mm, 90 mm, and 115 mm, the SLM series brushless servo motors delivers continuous torque levels from 7.6 in.-lb. to 176 in.-lb. Operating speeds range from 3,000 rpm to 5,000 rpm. The motors employ the company’s T-LAM segmented motor stator design, where each segment contains individual phase wiring to minimize heat generation. One-, two-, and three-stack motor stators are available as standard. In addition, custom voltages, shafts, mountings, stators, and base speeds are possible. Other features of the motors include IP65 sealing, stainless-steel shafts, MS connectors, motor voltages of 115, 230, or 460 VRMS, epoxy coatings, UL recognition, and feedback configurations for most servo amplifiers. For further details and prices, call EXLAR CORP, Chanhassen, MN. (952) 368-3434.

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