Moticont adds two linear brushless DC motors for higher stroke or longer force
October 10, 2019
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Moticont has added two new linear DC motors to its LCVM series of linear voice coil motors.
The newest additions to the LVCM series share the same physical dimensions – each is 50.8 mm (2 in) in diameter and the housings are 127 mm (5 in) long. Features of these efficient, high acceleration/deceleration, low inertia, clean, zero cogging, brushless voice coil motors makes them ideal for: sorting, packaging, sampling, work holding and clamping, laser machining and drilling, scanning laser beam steering and filtering, wafer handling, and medical and pharmaceutical applications.
For applications requiring a longer stroke, the LVCM-051-127-02 features a stroke of 44.5 mm (1.75 in) with a continuous force of 61.5 N (13.8 lbs) and a peak force of 194.4 N (43.7 lbs). In comparison, the LVCM-051-127-03 has a higher continuous force of 99.5 N (22.4 lbs) and a peak force of 314.5 N (70.7 lbs) and a stroke length of 25.4 mm (one inch) for applications with a higher force to size ratio.
Both the LVCM-051-127-02 and the LVCM-051-127-03 feature very high accuracy and repeatability when operated as a DC servo motor in a closed servo loop. Each linear motor also features two 10-32 UNC-2B threaded mounting holes in the housing and two 10-32 UNC-2B threaded mounting holes in the coil end on 25.4 mm (1 in) centres for integration into new and existing applications.
A complete plug-and-play system including an encoder and servo controller is also available.
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