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Brand new drive technology

from Nord Drivesystems, Mayr Antriebstechnik, Rollon, Mitsubishi Electric

  • Hannover Messe Hall 5, Stand E04 Intelligent machine elements provide important measurement data for transparency in the drive train. This is how they support efficient and predictive machine maintenance. At the Hannover Messe 2020, Mayr Antriebstechnik presents intelligent solutions for brake monitoring as well as new approaches for networked clutches. The drive specialist invites visitors to think along the new paths.
  • Logimat Hall 3, Stand C17; Hannover Messe Hall 5, Stand D17 Cover story No matter whether they are used in Europe, China or the USA: The cradle of every Nordac Link is in the Nord Drivesystems manufacturing plant in Aurich, East Frisia. The drive specialist started serial production of its new field distributor series Nordac Link in 2017. The comfortable drive solution for flexible, decentralized installation is manufactured at the Aurich location. A look behind the factory gates.
  • Hannover Messe Hall 5, Stand E04 Rodriguez presents the miniature ball screws as part of its linear technology. Because there have been supply bottlenecks in the area of ​​miniature ball screws for some time, the company points out that it can deliver the small machine elements faster than the competition. "The supply bottlenecks are due to the fact that the number of suppliers has declined while the demand for miniature ball screws has increased," explains Jörg Schuld, linear technology product manager at Rodriguez.
  • Achieve an efficiency of 97% without rare earth? This is possible with the alternative motor winding of three-phase asynchronous motors (DAM) and three-phase generators, which the company Umwelt-Technik-Marketing presented at the specialist press days 2020. These motors do not need permanent magnets. Such a winding reduces the use of materials, especially copper. The DAM constructed in this way achieve an efficiency of class IE 4 and dispense with rare earths for the production of permanent magnets in the windings of the motor.
  • Hannover Messe Hall 27, Booth E50 Celeroton presents a special converter that is used to control compressors in fuel cell systems. The CC-550-7500 allows sensorless control of brushless DC motors (BLDC) and permanent magnet synchronous machines (PMSM). The modulation and control can be matched to almost any electrical machine. This guarantees maximum efficiency in the converter and minimal motor losses.
  • Hannover Messe Hall 5, Stand A31 Cover story Koco Motion and Adlos have revised their ingenious unique platform "Kannmotion". The cooperation partners present the generation 2.0 drive consisting of a stepper motor with integrated control and encoder. Electronic and mechanical improvements were made and the software further developed. The operating tool for the stepper motors has also been completely revised. It now supports users even better in integrating the platform into their product development.
  • FMB-Süd Stand C7Logimat Hall 1, Stand A08 Habasit offers high-quality toothed belts from the Habasync series with practical mechanical end connections for quick changes. This means that the operating costs of conveyor lines can be reduced through short assembly and maintenance processes, such as when changing timing belts. Alternatively, endless belts can be connected to mobile heating presses directly on site. This significantly reduces downtimes when changing a toothed belt.
  • Based on the new SD4x development platform, Sieb & Meyer is now developing a future-proof converter family. The frequency inverters support new interfaces such as Profinet, Ethercat or Biss and offer a range of additional functions. Higher speeds and significantly better performance await the user. The developers start with the SD4S converter. The frequency converter is designed for small high-speed spindles or high-speed motors in the power range of a few 100 W.
  • Minibea Mitsumi and Renesas Electronics have jointly developed a sensor-based stepper motor with resolver and stepper motor control. The resolver-based motor has been optimized for use in robots, office automation, medical technology and care. Such applications require motors with more precise motor control and miniaturized form factors. They also have to be robust against environmental influences.
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