Low cost 8 Nm electromagnetic power-off brake is designed for applications requiring reliable and instant braking. With its high-performance features, it ensures precise stopping power and enhanced safety.
- Model: ATO-POB-S110
- Static Torque: 8 Nm
- Rated Voltage: DC 24V
- Rated Power: 15W
- Closing Time: 80 m/s
- Disconnection Time: 40 m/s
- Insulation Grade: H
- Weight: 1.2
- 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, 8 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: Can I use multiple servo motor brakes in a system?
Yes, it is possible to use multiple servo motor brakes in a system. Servo motor brakes are often used in applications where precise control of motion and stopping is required. By incorporating multiple servo motor brakes into a system, you can achieve more complex and flexible control over the braking process.
Using multiple servo motor brakes allows you to apply braking force to different components or subsystems independently. For example, in a robotic arm with multiple joints, you may want to control the braking of each joint individually. This can be achieved by integrating a servo motor brake with each joint, enabling you to stop or hold specific joints while allowing others to move.
Additionally, using multiple servo motor brakes can enhance the safety and reliability of a system. By distributing the braking capability across multiple brakes, you can create redundancy and ensure that if one brake fails or malfunctions, others can still provide the necessary stopping force. Redundancy is particularly important in critical applications where failure to stop or hold a moving part could lead to accidents or damage.
However, when incorporating multiple servo motor brakes into a system, it's important to consider the overall control and coordination of the brakes. You would need to design appropriate control algorithms or use a controller capable of managing multiple brakes simultaneously. This would involve coordinating the timing, sequence, and force applied to each brake to achieve the desired braking behavior.
In summary, using multiple servo motor brakes in a system offers increased control, flexibility, and safety. However, proper design and coordination are necessary to effectively integrate and control multiple brakes within a system.