A special stator casting technology protects the motor against moisture and vibrations. This ensures high availability and long service life of the CMP motors.
Two rotor types
A low-inertia rotor in the CMP motor makes for high angular acceleration using little energy. The rotor can be fitted with
additional inertia mass for driving heavy loads.
Gear units for direct mounting
CMP motors can be mounted to all gear units from the modular SEW system. The input pinion of the gear unit is
directly connected with the standard motor shaft of the servomotor to form a positive connection without backlash.
All CMP motors are also available as servo brakemotors.
The low-inertia spring-loaded BP holding brake with two braking torques, which can be selected, is available
for sizes CMP40 to 100.
For sizes CMP 71, CMP80 and CMP100 you can choose between the powerful BY spring-loaded brake with high working capacity and
two selectable braking torques.
The new sizes CMP71, CMP80 and CMP100 can be equipped with an axial forced cooling fan as an option. Thermal torques will
then increase by up to 40%.
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