- August 15, 2018
August 15, 2018 – ABM Greiffenberger has added unit sizes 80 and 100 with up to 13 kW of power to its portfolio of SINOCHRON Motors. The system provider introduced the new unit size 80 at LogiMAT 2018.
ABM SINOCHRON motors can be made use of in partial-load: more than two-thirds of the drives used in intralogistics – primarily in material handling technology – are operated in this mode. The full torque supplied by the motor is solely used for short periods for the initial move of the load. The drives then usually run at 20 to 30 per cent of nominal load.
Thanks to an anisotropic rotor geometry and a ratio of inductance values in the longitudinal and transverse directions, given an appropriate controller such as the INVEOR drive controller, an ABM SINOCHRON Motor can be operated without the use of speed sensors. Because the rotary encoder is omitted, the overall drive runs stably.
The drives operateat ambient temperatures from –30 °C to +60 °C. Torque fluctuations are minimal thanks to the special rotor design. This provides for torque synchronisation and a low noise level.
Use of a SINOCHRON Motor also usually enables a reduction in unit size. The result is a low-weight drive that can be integrated into the application. ABM SINOCHRON Motors can be combined with all ABM gears (helical, parallel shaft, and angular gears) and are hence the ideal drives for ‘green logistics’. Apart from being used in intralogistics, SINOCHRON Motors are suitable for use as pump and vehicle drives as well as for a multiplicity of further industrial applications.