Electrifying performance from small DC servo motors.

This new and highly customised small DC servo motor demonstrates the capability of maxon motor to develop solutions for very difficult requirements.

There are maxon motors everywhere around you, in your car, home appliances, taking care of your money, drilling for oil and even exploring Mars. It’s the last examples here that show how small DC servo motors are becoming more and more specialised. The latest in the list of specialist motor applications is the world’s un-quenching thirst for electricity. The constant demand for more power results in continual power network upgrades. However installing more cables on a 500kV line without interrupting supply is not so easy – unless you get a robot to do it. Building the robot then becomes the challenge and the DC servo motor requirements were not trivial either… “We are looking for a small lightweight DC servo motor solution with 50rpm and 15Nm of torque.” At this point the sales engineer thought “ok, easy so far” But then comes the “Oh and also, in the event of an emergency or system malfunction we need to disengage the motor and gearhead with a clutch mechanism, so we also need a shaft that is 145mm long and the motor and gearbox can only be around 100mm long. We would also need a specific connector and a specific cable length. Oh yes I almost forgot, we need it to operate in an extra high voltage environment.” But maxon motor thrives on meeting tough requirements. Solution: maxon brushless DC flat servo motor, the EC 45 Flat 70W 24Vdc fitted with a custom 150mm ribbon cable, custom connector fitted to a 42mm Ceramic Planetary Gearhead with a ratio of 126:1 featuring a custom machined 145mm output shaft, custom machined final stage planet carrier and planet pins, ISO 2491-A4x4x20 key size, machined keyway Located 14mm from shaft end. …Easy if you say it fast. It is not only ground-breaking in terms of customisations but it is also an example of extreme power density. Maxon motor was able to deliver this exceptional servo motor unit with its associated motor controller for under $1000 dollars in 8 weeks.

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About maxon motor Australia

maxon motor is the world’s leading supplier of high-precision drive systems. More than 40 years’ experience, constant innovation, top-quality products and competent customer service make maxon motor a reliable partner in the drive technology sector. We are driven by your specific requirements. The product range incorporated in the modular system is comprehensive: Brushed and Brushless DC motors with the unique ironless maxon winding Flat motors with iron cores Planetary gears, spur gears and special gears Sensors (encoders, DC tachos, resolvers) Servo amplifiers, position controllers and control electronics High-tech CIM and MIM components Customer specific drive solutions. maxon motor is a Swiss company headquartered in Sachseln (Central Switzerland) that employs more than 2000 staff worldwide. With 14 sales companies based in over 30 countries, sales partners in another 10 countries and with six production sites, maxon motor are able to provide locally-based and competent customer service. maxon motor helps provide innovative solutions at competitive prices for numerous applications in various markets, such as Medical technology, Industrial automation and robotics, Aerospace industry, Automotive industry, Communication, Consumer applications, Inspection and Instrumentation and Safety engineering. maxon motor Australia is based in Mt Kuring-Gai NSW and our staff will be happy to help you with all your DC motor and technical enquiries. www.maxonmotor.com.au

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