Cageless, high peak torque motors

ETEL's TML and TMM series of cageless and high peak torque motors use direct drive technology and have multiple mounting options while reaching speeds of up to 2100 rpm.

02/26/2014


ETEL's TML and TMM series of cageless and high peak torque motors use direct drive technology and have multiple mounting options while reaching speeds of up to 2100 rpm. Courtesy: ETEL S.A.ETEL's TML and TMM series of cageless and high peak torque motors use direct drive technology while being offered in a low weight package with diverse and easy to utilize mounting options. The TML/TMM motor series is a useful for any application that have less demanding continuous torque requirements. Despite this, they are able to provide the same peak torque with up to 5000 Nm and reach speeds of up to 2100 rpm.

Mounting is easy with both series as the TML has the lugs located along its outer diameter, which provide a simple mounting method. The TMM is even lighter and is designed to be directly glued into the machine structure.

The TML/TMM both come in multiple standard sizes, which vary in diameter, length and power, and each model offers different types of coil winding, which provide more performance variations.

ETEL S.A.

www.etelusa.com 

- Edited by CFE Media. See more Control Engineering motor and drive products.



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