A compact electromagnetic power off brake has a rated torque of 3 Nm and is easy to install and integrate into existing setups. 24V DC electromagnetic power off brake is designed for long-lasting performance without the need for frequent maintenance. The small size of the 24V DC electromagnetic power off brake makes it ideal for space-constrained applications.
- Model: ATO-POB-S080
- Static Torque: 3.2 Nm
- Rated Voltage: DC 24V
- Rated Power: 12W
- Closing Time: 60 m/s
- Disconnection Time: 40 m/s
- Insulation Grade: H
- Weight: 0.51kg
- The electromagnetic power-off brake offers a dependable braking performance. The brake engages automatically when the power supply is interrupted or switched off.
- Power-off brakes are designed with a compact footprint, allowing for easy integration into various systems and machinery without occupying excessive space.
- The electromagnetic power-off brake has a quick response time, allowing for prompt engagement and disengagement.
- Due to their simple and robust design, 3 Nm power-off brakes require minimal maintenance.
Dimensions (unit: mm)
The electromagnetic power-off brake is suitable for various machinery applications such as metallurgy, machine tools, packaging, construction, chemical industry, food industry, stage equipment, elevators, ships, etc. It is used in situations where braking is required during power failure to achieve rapid stopping, precise positioning, and safe braking.
Tips: Are power-off brakes fail-safe?
Power-off brakes are often designed to be fail-safe, meaning that they are designed to engage and stop the motion of a system in the event of a power loss or failure. When power is supplied to the brake, it is disengaged, allowing the system to move freely. However, when power is removed or fails, the brake is designed to engage automatically, preventing the system from moving.
The fail-safe feature of power-off brakes is crucial for safety in many applications, such as industrial machinery, elevators, escalators, and automotive systems. It ensures that in the event of a power outage or malfunction, the system comes to a stop and prevents potential accidents or damage.
It's important to note that the specific design and functionality of power-off brakes can vary depending on the application and industry. Therefore, it's always recommended to consult the manufacturer or the specific technical documentation for the brakes in question to understand their fail-safe characteristics and limitations.