Torque Systems, a division of Cleveland Motion Controls, Inc., released its new high-energy brushless motor; the MDM 5000. The motor offers the highest available torque density available in a platform that is easily customized to fit many applications. Versatile and economical, the MDM 5000 can be used with virtually all manufacturers’ amplifiers and controllers; offers multiple voltage capabilities; includes NEMA, IEC motor mounting or custom mechanical interfaces; and is CE/UL Compliant.
“The MDM 5000 platform is a servomotor solution that can simplify and cost-reduce the design and manufacture of any servomotor driven equipment,” said Robert Stiffler, senior product manager.
The winding density is comprised of a proprietary segmented lamination technology and a neodymium magnet array for maximum power output; up to 14 Nm (124 pounds-inch) continuous stall torque in a compact 110 mm (NEMA 42) package. Three initial sizes are available: 58 mm, 85 mm and 110 mm, with additional sizes slated for release in early 2006. The MDM 5000’s high power and compact design is suitable for semiconductor, medical imaging, CMM, and robotics. Torque Systems
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