Torque motor designed for direct drive applications

ETEL's TMB+ is a torque motor that has been redefined to increase its overall torque, size selection, and winding options and is designed for direct drive applications.

09/22/2016


ETEL's TMB+ is a torque motor that has been redefined to increase its overall torque, size selection, and winding options and is designed for direct drive applications. Image courtesy: Mark T. Hoske, CFE MediaETEL's TMB+ is a torque motor that has been redefined to increase its overall torque, size selection, and winding options and is designed for direct drive applications. The TMB+ is also fully pin-to-pin compatible with the TMB series but offers an increased performance of up to 22% continuous torque and up to 4% on top of it is already high peak torque. The TMB+ series comes in 62 standard model sizes with four different windings each, allowing the user to get maximum performance depending on how much torque, current, and speed needs is required. TMB+ motors can also achieve a peak torque of up to 42,900 Nm and utilize flux weakening to increase it is speed capabilities. It also has the option of coming with ETEL's IMTHP thermal module, which enables users to reduce their amount of safety margins while receiving reliable temperature monitoring when coupled with the torque motors. ETEL torque motors are compatible with most CNC controllers. 

ETEL 

www.etelusa.com 

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