The Lenze MCS series of synchronous servo motors has been uprated by up to 60 per cent by the addition of an axial blower. Increased cooling airflow permits the continuous ratings to be increase. Whereas the range previously covered torque ratings from 0.5-51Nm (and power from 0.25-10kW), the new models increase the maximum torque to 72Nm and power to 15.8kW.
Lenze says the breadth of the MCS range enables a motor to be selected with a speed and inertia that is optimally matched to the load ('rightsizing'). There are 34 models without blower (IP54 or IP65 enclosure) and a further 20 new models with blower and a protection class that remains at IP54.
MCS synchronous servo motors are known for their small dimensions with a very even delivery of torque, particularly at low speeds. This is a result of SEpT (Single Element Pole Technology), which creates a high-density uniform magnetic flux field. Cogging torques are virtually imperceptible. Other features include an optional electronic nameplate chip for faster drive configuration and new quick-fit connectors that need only half a turn to fix.
These Lenze servo motors are easy to select and use with brake and encoder options, also pre-assembled Lenze system cables are available. Approvals include CE, GOST and cURus. The addition of axial blowers has extended the range without increasing the motor sizes and provides a very economical option for high-performance servo drives.
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