Synchronous servo motors for positioning tasks

Lenze Americas' MCM synchronous servo motors are designed for a range of positioning tasks including robotics, packaging equipment and handling systems and feature IP65-rated protection class housings for food processing and other cleaning applications.

03/21/2016


Lenze Americas' MCM synchronous servo motors are designed for a range of positioning tasks including robotics, packaging equipment and handling systems and feature IP65-rated protection class housings for food processing and other cleaning applications. CLenze Americas' MCM synchronous servo motors are designed for a range of positioning tasks including robotics, packaging equipment and handling systems. The modular MCM motors feature IP65-rated protection class housings for food processing and other applications. The motors are equipped with a resolver feedback system and can be optionally supplied with multi-turn, sine-cosine encoders for high precision. SpeedTec connections with rotary connector boxes simplify and expedite installation, maintenance and replacement. The Lenze MCM motor series is available in three sizes with power ratings of 0.27 to 3.35 Hp (0.2 to 2.5 kW). The MCM motor drive solutions are capable of achieving torque ranges from 5.31 to 233.66 in-lbs. (0.6 to 26.4 Nm). Self-cooling MCM servo motors are optimized with spring-applied brakes, feedback systems and connections, and a comprehensive range of system cables for easy installation.

Lenze Americas

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