New maxon motor catalogue

maxon motor have released the 2018/19 catalogue. Entitled “High precision drives and systems” the new catalogue theme is based on maxon motors focus on building complete drive systems including DC motors, gearheads, sensors and controllers.

maxon motor will continue to be the world’s leading supplier of high precision brushed and brushless DC motors and gearheads but also have expanded into cross-platform system solutions from a single source. In addition to the new capabilities expansion maxon have released a large range of new products. These include: A new square format 16mm brushless DC motor, 13mm and 16mm ECX high speed brushless motors, the new ECi-30 low cost high torque BLDC motor, an entire range of frameless brushless motors that are particularly suitable for wheel hub applications and robotic joint actuation, new encoders and various new motor control units. The first torque levels from a direct drive maxon motor at 1Nm have been achieved with the new 260W flat motor that is less than 40mm long and a series of motors with a hollow bore are handy for applications that require a passage for cables, air or light. Print versions and online e-paper versions have been released.

For customised solutions contact maxon motor Australia Ph: +61 2 9457 7477.

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Fresh, local, organic food delivered emission free.

Maxon BIKEDRIVE is lightweight & powerful and can be fitted to nearly any bicycle, instantly adding up to 50 Nm power and achieving speeds up to 45 km/h.

Delivering organic, seasonal, locally produced fresh food with zero carbon emissions around the hilly town of Lausanne in Switzerland is a thriving business for local company, Plateforme Bio Lokal. Owners Charles-Louis Mourruau and Hansjörg Haas transport boxes on their cargo bikes, with fresh produce weighing more than 100 kgs, working 12-14 hours per day and cycling up to 80km per day. And it’s possible because they use maxon’s BIKEDRIVE on their bikes. The BIKEDRIVEs DC motor, battery pack and powergrip is lightweight at 3.5kg and powerful delivering 50 Nm of torque and accelerating from 0 to 32 km/h in just 3 seconds. For Hansjörg Haas “The desire for sustainable food is increasing. At the same time the streets are clogged with cars. Therefore cargo bikes are the means of transportation of the future”. For more information on maxon’s BIKEDRIVE call maxon motor Australia +61 2 9457 7477 or visit www.maxonbikedrive.com

DC motors for the transportation industry

Maxon’s miniature high speed electric DC motors align perfectly with German manufacturer KAGs larger BLDC and Brushed DC motors.

maxon motor works closely with Hannover based, German manufacturer KAG motors. KAG produces heavy duty, innovative, reliable EC and DC motors for off-the-shelf or customisable drive system solutions to the transport sector. The industry is heavily legislated with regards to access rights for the general public. KAG DC motors can be found in automatic bus and train doors, sliding steps, access ramps, doors for WC facilities in trains, switchgear, sanding systems, mirror adjustment and auxiliary compressors. The designs are vandalism-proof, vibration-resistant, cogging-torque and noise optimised, and have a slim design where needed. For more information on DC motors for transport systems please contact maxon motor Australia tel. +61 2 9457 7477. Visit http://www.kag-hannover.com/en/ for more information on KAG DC motors.

Brushless DC flat motors – in parts.

maxon motor Australia’s new frameless DC motor and encoder set allows even further miniaturisation and integration. The new motors meet the increasing need for smaller robotic actuation by assembling individual parts directly into the robotic joint.

This is the new frameless brushless DC motor (BLDC) with a diameter of 45mm and an assembled depth of just 23.7mm, it has a continuous rating of 50W. 70W and 130W versions are also available. The frameless design is particularly suitable for processing machine or rotary stage manufacturers who need a large through bore to pass cabling or tubing. For positioning a high resolution magnetic encoder ring also with the same bore as the motor rotor is also supplied as components. The encoder ring is marked with the zero position to allow alignment with the motor zero commutation point in the application and is available in IP rated, absolute and incremental options. The combination gives a low profile large bore positioning system made up from standard parts with shorter lead times than specialty manufactured complete assemblies. The second advantage is for space saving in applications already containing joint actuation bearings or mounting systems there is no need for a second set within the motor.

Contact maxon motor Australia for assistance with brushless frameless DC motors. Ph: +61 2 9457 7477.

First maxon motor of its kind. Brushless DC motor with hall sensors, absolute encoder and incremental outputs

For fine motor position control across multiple generation brushless motor controller models, maxon motor Australia has supplied the first of its kind maxon EC-max brushless DC motor with three modes of feedback.

The new micromotor encoder 16 Easy Absolute 16mm x 9mm offers high resolution motor feedback from a tiny package. Additionally it offers 4,096 counts per turn incremental outputs with line driver channels and an index pulse. The Absolute output is available in the choice of Binary BiSS-C or Gray Symmetric SSI. The encoders use an interpolated hall sensor angle measurement system to generate the incremental quadrature output signals according to EIA-422 with 20mA maximum current draw and ESD protections built in. The angle value zero of the encoder is factory aligned with the BLDC motor zero point and the encoder is welded in place on the rear flange of the motor. When fitted with a multi pole brushless DC motor the encoder can still show the angle values zero once per mechanical turn and the angle zero is identical to the index position. The motor itself also contains three hall sensors for commutation purposes. An adaptor is available to convert the single ended clock and data signals of the absolute encoder into TIA/EIA RS422 compliant differential clock and data lines.

For special configurations of this unique feedback solution with other maxon motor types contact maxon motor Australia Sydney office on +61 2 9457 7477.

Tailor made brushless DC servomotor and planetary gearbox.

This small brushless DC motor displays the advanced miniature and micro motor manufacturing techniques of maxon motor. So small are the details it is hard to capture the modifications and quality. The example pictured is a 10mm diameter DC motor and planetary gearbox fitted with an encoder for speed and position control.

What’s new? Sure there are a lot of small DC motors available now days however it’s in the detail that defines the difference between motors. Pictured is maxon motors newest planetary gearhead range that has been selected because of its stainless steel construction. The body and flange of the gearbox are one piece allowing the design engineers to not only create a mounting flange specific to the mounting footprint available in the application, it also allows maxon motor to orientate the gearhead flange with the motor cable exit. Enabling a shorter cable and neater cable looms. Laser welding of the motor flange is also a technology that is used to affix a customer specific drive pinion to the shaft. This gives the strongest possible power transmission coupling in these miniature sizes. maxon motor provide its customers with complete drawings and models for appraisal before samples are manufactured even for non-standard DC motor and gearhead assemblies like the shown example.

The new 10mm gearhead can supply torque levels up to 200mNm and can operate with input speeds up to 15,000rpm. Standard supply is with stainless steel ball bearings, it has efficiencies as high as 90% and weight as low as 6.7g.

Contact maxon motor Australia for further assistance Ph:+61 2 9457 7477.

Maxon release new product: flat BLDC motor with cables.

Driven by customer demand, maxon release modifications to their flat / pancake motors.

maxon motor have altered the EC45 and EC90 flat BLDC motors. Now with the option to add cables with a pre-mounted connector by default and in combination with the integrated MILE encoder. The motors offered are the EC 45 flat in 50 & 70 W versions or 30 W by request. The EC 90 flat 160 W and 260 W is now available in cable version. The cable versions feature a much smaller footprint by eliminating excess PCB overhang from the side of the motor.

The flat design of the brushless DC flat motors makes them ideal for many applications, particularly robotics and industrial automation. Offering internal or external rotor motors, the flat BLDC motors are perfect for when space is limited being small and lightweight but with powerful torque. The simple and considered design means that production is largely automated, keeping prices as low as possible.

For more information contact maxon motor Australia tel. +61 2 9457 7477.

New powerhouse DC motor positioning controller.

Maxon motor have developed their most powerful DC motor positioning controller to date.

With a maximum power output of 2.1kW maxon are pleased to announce the release of the EPOS4 70/15 DC motor positioning controller. The CANopen controller with an EtherCAT option is presented in a robust metal housing. Suitable for both brushless and brushed DC motors the positioning controller is a cut above the rest due to its ease of operation and broad operative scope. The various digital and analogue connections can be configured and the unit is suitable for use with a wide variety of feedback systems. It can also be integrated into various master systems. This new product and many more will be showcased at the Hannover Messe in Germany from 23-27 April. For more information please contact maxon motor Australia tel. +61 2 9457 7477.

Brushless DC motor with gear and holding brake.

This brushless DC motor is an example of the new small part combinations from maxon motor Australia that provide increased levels of power density. The unique assembly provides a blend of high speed, zero motor cogging and holding power.

The servo mechanism consists of a stainless steel high power BLDC (brushless DC) 120W 36V 22mm motor which is capable of maximum speeds up to 25,000 rpm and a stall torque rating of over 1Nm. It is fitted with a 22mm ceramic planetary gearhead that further increases the torque and brings the speed down to the application engineers required levels. For holding overhung loads or maintaining position in power cycles the rear of the motor has been re-engineered to accommodate a 0.1Nm holding brake. The brake force multiplied with the gearhead ratio gives holding forces well beyond nominal gearhead ratings. The brake opening reaction time is ≤6ms. This fast response allows the brake to be sequenced in dynamic positioning systems making the new combination particularly suitable for robotic rotary and linear actuators.

To facilitate the customisation of new products like this brushless servomechanism, maxon motor project engineers are now split into dedicated aerospace, medical, industrial and transportation teams. For assistance developing a customised application solution please contact maxon motor Australia on +61 2 9457 7477.

Fast brushless DC linear actuator.

New brushless DC linear actuator series from maxon motor.

This new combination linear actuator features a useful mixture of fast movements, high torque and holding ability. A precision ground metric thread and nut assembly can be customised to suit individual application mounting requirements. The unit pictured below has an external thread for mounting the load and an internal thread for traversing the spindle with a stainless steel and brass combination suiting the application running characteristics. Ceramic and plastic materials are also available. This is also the first such unit imported into Australia with the new EC-i 30mm brushless DC motor. The linear actuator is held in an amalgamated bearing block with radial and axial bearings contained inside a planetary gearhead end flange. This reduces the size and eliminates many alignment issues associated with standalone ball screws and bearing blocks. The new series features speeds of up to 386mm/s and linear forces up to 2700N. The linear actuation length and system operating voltages are all changeable and high resolution encoders enable positioning. The EC-i actuation system represents a cost reduction from exiting brushless solutions further widening the use of the devices into general engineering machinery and manufacturing equipment.

For more information contact maxon motor Australia tel. +61 2 9457 7477.

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