"FM" stands for flexible motor, designed to accommodate a wide range of applications. The motors are available in seven frame sizes with various mounting arrangements and motor lengths.
Unimotor fm provides high-precision over an extended duration requiring lower acceleration and deceleration rates. The motor is optimized for high stability in precision profiling applications including:
Wide torque range
Unimotor fm offers the widest torque range, from 0.72Nm - 136Nm
Flexibility of the Unimotor range ensures the best fit for your application, options include:
Various feedback devices to be used. As standard an incremental encoder is fitted as this offers an optimum balance of cost and performance. SinCos, EnDAT and Hiperface can be selected for increased resolution and Resolver feedback is available for increased reliability in extreme environments
High inertia versions are available to allow the motor inertia to be more closely matched to the load inertia for increased performance and stability
Motor brakes may be integrated within the motor. A choice of parking brake or high energy dissipation brake is available
Type of connectors fitted
Various voltage and speed ranges are available
Unimotor is suitable for a wide range of industrial applications, due to its extensive range of features
Torque range: from 0.72 Nm to 136 Nm
Standard and high energy parking brakes
Numerous connector variants, e.g. vertical, 90° low profile, 90° rotatable and hybrid box on frame size 250
Variety of flange possibilities (IEC/NEMA)
Various shaft diameters; keyed or plain
IP65 conformance; sealed against water spray and dust when mounted and connected
Low inertia for high dynamic performance; high inertia option available
World class performance
Supported by rigorous testing for performance and reliability
Optional high peak torque motors; up to 5 times stall torque
Winding voltages of 400V and 220V
Rated speeds include 1500 rpm, 2000 rpm, 3000 rpm, 4000 rpm, 6000 rpm and others available
IP65 environmental protection is standard.
Conformance and Standards:
Control Techniques two year plus warranty
Certified to BS EN ISO 9001:2000
Cables are an important part of a servo system installation. Not only must the noise immunity and integrity of the cabling and connectors be correct, but also SAFETY and EMC regulations must be complied with to ensure successful, reliable and fail safe operation. One of the most frequent problems experienced by motion systems engineers is incorrect connections of the motor to the drive.
Control Techniques Dynamics ready made cables mean system installers can avoid the intricate, time consuming assembly normally associated with connecting servo systems. Installation and set-up time are greatly reduced - there is no fiddling with wire connections and crimp tools, and no fault finding.
The cables are made to order in lengths from 1m to 50m/100m.
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