Compact and simple: the new Lenze MCM servo motors

With the new MCM synchronous motors, Lenze is now extending its range of servo products to include motors with standard-level dynamic performance. The MCM series is very compact, economic and characterised by its optimally smooth running. The new synchronous servo motors are therefore well-suited to general dynamic motion tasks such as positioning. Announced at the Han-nover Fair in April 2015, MCM motors are available in 7 sizes for rated torques between 0.6 and 26Nm. They are matched by existing single and multi-axis servo inverters, also application based motion software.

Robotics, packaging machines and handling systems are typical areas of use for the MCM motors which are easy to control thanks to their favourable ratios of torque to inertia. With their optimised running characteristics, they ensure precise results and are particularly suitable for applications where smooth running is very important. The motors are tailored for performance in simple positioning tasks requiring standard levels of dynamic performance. The complement the proven Lenze MCS servo motors with high dynamics for high-end applications.

The MCM series has 7 motors in 3 frame sizes for powers between 0.2 and 2.5kW. Robust resolver feedback is standard with the alternative option of a multi-turn sin/cos absolute en-coder for high precision. Output mounting is with B5 flange and shafts can be supplied with or without keyways. The housing of the new series has smooth, easy to clean surfaces with IP65 protection. This qualifies the compact motors for use in the food industry. SpeedTec connectors are standard which allow rapid installation with only 1/8 turn of the plug. The connectors themselves can be rotated to best suit the mounting position and preassembled power and feedback cables are available.

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