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New BLE2 Series Speed Control Motor Now Available with Electromagnetic Brake
Advanced Speed Control Motor with Electromagnetic Brake Option
Torrance, CA – February 5, 2020
Oriental Motor is pleased to introduce the expansion of the BLE2 Series brushless motor and driver, now available with Electromagnetic Brake. The optional electromagnetic brake is now available on the 120 W (1/6 HP) and 200 W (1/4 HP) IP66 rated motors. These electromagnetic brakes are now standard offerings on parallel shaft GFV geared type motors or round shaft type motors.
With the electromagnetic brake, the BLE2 Series speed control motor driver can now operate in vertical load applications (gravitational operation). It can hold the load in position while in operation and when the power is suddenly cut off to the motor. BLE2 Series motors with the optional electromagnetic brake requires the new BLE2D type driver to function.
The new IP66 motor connection cable has the added benefit of allowing for a simple, worry-free connection. Cable connector orientations include output shaft side (F), opposite side of output shaft (B) and new vertical cable direction (for Emag only at this time, [V]).
They key features of the new BLE2 Series speed control motor with Electromagnetic brake
- Available with 120 W (1/6 HP) and 200 W (1/4 HP)
- IP66 rated motors
- Vertical (gravitational) or load holding applications
- New connection cable (sold separately) offers simple, worry-free connection with 3 connector orientations and a metal connector lock lever
To learn more about Oriental Motor’s new BLE2 Series speed control motor with Electromagnetic brake option, contact the Technical Support group at 800-468-3982 or email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the web page at:
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Since its founding in Japan in 1885, Oriental Motor has been a world leader in motion control systems. For over a century, we have concentrated on technological advancement and product design improvement — an emphasis evident in the sophisticated devices we market today.