SPS IPC Drives Hall 4, 220 Stand
The servocontrollers of the new generation of ESR Pollmeier Suitable for applications with direct drives and classic servomotors. Networked with Industrial Ethernet, the drives can be integrated in industrial 4.0 environments. Optimized algorithms for controlling servomotors ensure better control characteristics in the new-generation servo controllers. These are used in applications with direct drives, ie in linear motors or torque motors as well as in classic AC servomotors. For the first time, stainless steel motors for the food industry, for example, will be on show at the fair.
The servo controllers equipped with integrated safety technology can be controlled either via Profinet, EtherCAT, Modbus / TCP, CANopen or analogue interface. Networking via Industrial Ethernet forms the basis for integration within the scope of Industrie 4.0: The manufacturer offers software components and services for this purpose. The servo drives are available in nine power levels up to 15 kW with rated currents from 0,8 A to 32 A (up to 64 A peak current). The connection is made directly to 230 V or 3 × 400 / 480 V (wide-range inputs).
The new AC servomotors in stainless steel design are suitable for applications with very high standards of hygiene and corrosion protection. The engines of the ME 74 series cover a torque range from 0,3 to 18 Nm (up to 80 Nm peak). If required, planetary gear units or bevel gear units made of stainless steel are used. Thanks to their high degree of protection up to IP66K / IP69K, they are suitable for environments in which aggressive cleaning agents, disinfectants and high-pressure cleaners are used. According to the EHEDG guidelines, housing and shaft are made of stainless steel. The smooth surfaces facilitate cleaning, optionally supported by the single-cable design, where the encoder signals and motor power are routed in the same cable.