Wed 29th Jan 2020 - The Kollmorgen AKM2G series range of AC Synchronous Servo Motors from Micromech
To compliment the existing AKM Range there is the AKM®2G for demanding applications that the standard AKM cannot meet.
- Smaller footprint helps to reduce machine space
- Increased torque provides higher performance
- Wider speed range for faster operation
- More options provide greater flexibility
- Higher efficiency due to reduced energy consumption
The latest generation of synchronous servo motors from Kollmorgen feature design sizes with performance levels between 0.3 and 10 kW. With continuous torque increases of up to 30% versus traditional servos, Machine builders and OEMs can substantially increase machine throughput and proficiency without increasing the mounting size of the motor. AKM2G is also designed to support a wider array of standard options including: feedback, brake, thermal sensor and seal options.
For new machine designs, the AKM®2G motor allows customers to decrease the size, footprint, and complexity of the machine, while still getting the power and performance required.
The compact AKM®2G drops into existing machine designs to increase performance, when compared to other manufactures motors, without increasing the size of the motor.
What is the differences between AKM2G and AKM?
While AKM and AKM2G both leverage certain design
elements and best practices in production, they are very different motor
designs. The AKM2G utilizes an alternative electromagnet design,
capable of increased continuous torque output per motor size. Another
key difference is the motor housing. AKM uses a two-piece housing
design: Front Endbell/Housing Rear Endbell. The AKM2G uses a
three-piece housing design: Front Endbell Housing Rear Endbell. This
allows for more flexibility in offering custom mounting features
without significant tooling investment.
For more information on the AKM®2G Servo Drive or any other Kollmorgen Products contact Micromech on 01376 333333 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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