Press Release Summary:
Able to be used with any manufacturer's amplifier and controller, MDM 5000 High Energy Brushless Motor is available with multiple voltage capabilities and includes NEMA, IEC motor mounting, or custom mechanical interfaces. CE/UL-compliant product produces up to 124 lb-in. continuous stall torque in NEMA 42 package, which is offered in 58, 85, and 110 mm sizes. Winding density is comprised of segmented lamination technology and neodymium magnet array.
Original Press Release:
Torque Systems Announces New High Energy Brushless Motor
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - CLEVELAND, OH, Torque Systems, a division of Cleveland Motion Controls, Inc. announced today the release of its new high energy brushless motor; the MDM 5000. The new state-of-the-art motor offers the highest available torque density available in a platform that is easily customized to fit any application. Versatile and economical, the MDM 5000 can be used with virtually all manufacturers' amplifiers and controllers; offers multiple voltage capabilities; includes NEMA, IEC motor mounting or custom mechanical interfaces; and is CE/UL Compliant.
"The MDM 5000 platform is a servomotor solution that can simplify and cost reduce the design and manufacture of any servomotor driven equipment," said Robert Stiffler, Senior Product Manager for CMC's Torque Systems Division. "Torque Systems will customize the MDM 5000 to fit your application so you don't have to fit your application to our motor."
The winding density is comprised of a proprietary segmented lamination technology and a neodymium magnet array for maximum power output; up to 14 Nm (124 lb-in) continuous stall torque in a compact 110 mm (NEMA 42) package. Three initial sizes are available: 58 mm, 85 mm and 110mm, with additional sizes slated for release in early 2006. The MDM 5000's high power and compact design is suitable for Semiconductor, Medical Imaging, CMM, Robotics and a multitude of other applications. For more information on the new MDM 5000, contact Sales at Torque Systems, located in Billerica Massachusetts, by calling 978.667.5100 or emailing email@example.com.
Torque Systems engineers a vast array of customizable brush and brushless motor solution along with linear actuator and incremental encoder products. Torque Systems world headquarters is located at 6 Enterprise, Billerica, Massachusetts, 01821, with customer service located in Cleveland, Ohio.
Cleveland Motion Controls, Inc., a division of International Motion Control Inc., has nearly 50 years experience in the motion controls industry. The company offers a broad line of high performance motion control solutions ranging from automation components through fully integrated systems. Its five product divisions include Web Tension, Automation Systems, Drives, Burny, and Torque Systems.
With its corporate headquarters located in Buffalo, New York, IMC is divided into four operating groups which include; Automation, Controls, Energy Absorption and Distribution. Each of these groups offers a comprehensive array of synergistic product lines, providing standard or custom solutions that meet today's motion control needs. IMC's manufacturing facilities are located throughout the United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, Korea and China as well as an extensive global distribution network. For more information regarding IMC and its growing family of companies, products and services, please visit the Web site at www.imcusa.com.
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