Helical-Bevel Servo Gearmotors

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The K..CMP.. helical-bevel servo gearmotor merges the servo technology of the CMP synchronous servomotor series with the tried and tested helical-bevel gear units.

The powerful and highly dynamic servomotors from the CMP.. modular motor system ensure precise power delivery. The tried and tested helical-bevel gear unit of the K series provides robust performance and durability. They also have a particularly high degree of efficiency. This is applied in both directions of torque and for each input speed.
As a result, you can implement many applications with precision using the K..CMP.. helical-bevel servo gearmotors. Torques of 80 Nm to 8000 Nm can be implemented and systems can be operated with outstanding flexibility.

Features

Synchronous servomotor

  • Highest dynamic characteristics throughout the entire CMP.. series thanks to the low-inertia rotor design and high overload capacity of the motors
  • Performance-optimised and extremely compact design thanks to the latest winding and magnet technology
  • Standstill torques from 0.5 Nm to 95 Nm
  • Optional CMPZ.. motor variant with increased rotor inertia for all applications with high load moments of inertia
  • High quality of concentric running characteristics
  • Direct mounting of the motor on a gear unit from our modular gear unit system

Technical Data

Helical-bevel servo gearmotors of the K series with CMP.. motor

Gear unit Motor
Gear unit size Size Torque range MaDyn
Nm
19 40M – 71M 16 – 88
29 50S – 71M 16 – 143
37 40M – 71M 15 – 240
47 50S – 80S 29 – 435
57 50S – 112S 38 – 665
67 50S – 112S 42 – 920
77 63S – 112M 77 – 1550
87 71S – 112E 205 – 3240
97 80S – 112E 765 – 4710
107 100S – 112E 565 – 9090

Areas of Application

  • Food industry
  • Packaging machines
  • Packer/unpacker
  • Palletisers and packaging machines
  • Sorting and stacking systems
  • Conveyor belts
  • Incremental launches
  • Tire, rubber and plastic processing machines
  • Travel axes, lifting axes, additional axes
  • Positioning drives