Total gripping force
Average jaws gripping force.
Total gripping force
Average jaws gripping torque.
Average provided torque on the rotary plate.
Average value of the total jaws stroke.
Mean frequency value for a cycle comprising opening, closure and cooling time to prevent the motor from overheating.
This value is calculated with no load connected to the actuator.
Closing jaws time
Mechanical moving jawsi time after motor starts running and before spring compression.
Working gripper time
Start motor, jaws movement and spring compression total time.
Ratio of time that actuator spends in an active state to the time spent to make the total cycle with cooling time included.
Necessary continuous voltage to power supply actuator.
Maximun motor supply current, limited by the BUS voltage, the motor's electrical resistance (at a set temperature) and constructive factors.
For linear motors, electrical linear actuators and eletric linear guideways, it is the maximun rms value.
Brushless motor power
Maximun mechanical brushless motor power.
Standard metal round M8x1, 3 pole connector.
Open/closed input signal
Open collector logic system drivable with 24Vdc and GND.
Room temperature refers to the nominal operating conditions.
It is limited by the characteristics of the materials and the viscosity of the lubricant.
Degree of protection provided againts intrusion of solid objects and water in mechanical casings with electrical enclosures.
Industrial area noise level espressed in decibel.
Total actuator mass with brushless motor included.
IPA Clean Room Certification
ISO 146444-1 clean room certification made by Fraunhofer Institute.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) accordingly with EN61000-06-2:2005; EN61000-6-3:2007; EN61000-6-4:2007.
Peak voltage supplied at motor start-up.
Peak current force.
Constant of direct proportionality between the feed current and the motor face output.
Interaction between permanent magnets and stator that causes a periodic detent force at every pole.
Motor force output capacity with continuous current.
Current which can be supplied to the motor indefinitely, at which it reaches the maximum rated internal temperature (without overheating).
Value of equivalent electric resistance measured across the terminals of a phase at a predetermined temperature
Equivalent electric inductance measured across the terminals of a phase.
Back voltage generated when the motor is 1 m/s moved.
Overheating for every Watt power dissipate from the motor,
Time taken from the motor to reach the maximum temperature.
Max phase temperature
Maximum permissible winding temperature.
Resistance value of the temprerature sensors (PTC).
PTC max voltage
Maximum fed voltage applicable to the terminals of the PCT thermistor.
Electronic devide to check and measure the motor/slider respective positions.
Type of signal generated by the feedback transducer toward the controller.
ABZ: square wave incremental output.
SIN/COS: sinusoidal wave encoder output.
HALL: low resolution feedback for motor phasing.
Communication standard used.
Maximum sensor current consumption provided from power supply.
Maximum sensor speed to get correct position information.
Smallest incremental pitch that system can perform.
Ability of a system to perform and maintain same measure in routine circumstances.
Linear distance between the consecutive same poles (North > North; South > South).
Impulses / Sinusoid
Incremental impulses or sinusoidal waveforms included in a single pole pitch.