Press Release Summary:
MRP all-planetary, low-backlash, servo-grade gearheads are available in 1 or 2 stages with ratios up to 100:1. Five sizes are offered: MRP-050, 070, 090, 120 and 155, which range from 2 to 6.1 in. square. Backlash specification is 10 to 15 arc-mins max depending upon gearhead size and number of gear stages. MRP round body gearhead has tapped holes in face of output shaft end, and square flange on motor input end.
Original Press Release:
New Mijno Type MRP Gearhead Line
Mijno is introducing a new family of all-planetary, low-backlash, servo-grade gearheads. Named type MRP, the line is intended for motion control applications not involving rapid reversing or acceleration. The MRP can be visualized as being close to high-end gearheads in torque ratings and torsional rigidity, but significantly lower in cost. The MRP line has been available in Europe for several months and is now available in the North American market.
The MRP is available in 1 or 2 stages, and in ratios up to 100 to 1. Five (5) sizes are offered: MRP-050, 070, 090, 120 and 155. These sizes range from 2 to 6.1 inches square. The backlash specification is 10 to 15 arc-mins max depending upon gearhead size and number of gear stages. In low ratios, the largest gearheads can be mated to servomotors up to 20 horsepower @ 4000 Rpm.
Geometrically, the MRP is a round body gearhead with tapped holes in the face of the output shaft end. At the motor input end of the gearhead there is a square flange for easy assembly to servomotors. A clamping style input pinion is self-locating, enabling quick and easy assembly to servomotors. A metric keyway and key is standard on the output shaft. Lubrication is grease.
The MRP series joins five other gearhead families manufactured by Mijno, including our world class type MNT. Mijno catalogs the widest variety of planetary gearheads offered by global manufacturers.
Low backlash planetary gearheads are employed in virtually every type of OEM machine or factory automation process that include servomotors and electronic control. Gearheads multiply motor torque and enable precise position and speed control of high inertia loads.