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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 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.
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.
When changing formats on production machines such as packaging machines, labelers, textile machines, printing machines or woodworking machines, precise and reproducible positioning is always important. In addition to optimizing the machine set-up times, incorrect settings can also be prevented by fully automated positioning drives. Siko now presents new positioning drives of the AG03 / 1 series with IO-Link interface.
Logimat Hall 7, Stand A31 EBM-Papst presents intelligent drives for driverless transport systems as well as shuttle applications for innovative logistics. As a novelty, the drive specialist is introducing a drive-steering system that is operated via BLDC brushless DC motors for mobile battery-operated applications. The DC motors are also used in shuttle applications.
Logimat Hall 3, Stand C17 Nord Drivesystems goes one step further in terms of energy efficiency and presents its new IE5 + synchronous motor. The standardized geared motor variants of the Logidrive systems were specially tailored to intralogistics, parcel logistics and airport technology. These are particularly suitable for reducing variants. The compact design is space-saving. The light aluminum housing ensures a weight saving of 25%.
Koco Motion has now added Sonic motors to its range. The drives, which are available in sizes from 14 to 32 mm, are often used in toothbrushes, massage or facial cleansing devices. The manufacturer's drives are compact, run quietly and are very reliable. Visually, the Sonic motors hardly differ from normal rotary drives. But what are Sonic motors anyway?
Brushless external rotor drives combine a small installation space with a high power density. With the BO6452N3B, Koco Motion presents a new addition to the product family that offers impressive parameters thanks to the choice of materials and magnets. Outputs in the four-digit range can be generated from small sizes.
With the EM_S, Koco Motion presents the next generation of stepper motor drivers that are controlled via the clock direction interface. They offer better setting options, are even easier to use and have better performance than their predecessors. For the factory of the future, the drivers are available with either CAN open or Ethercat interfaces.