“The right choice and design of the servomotors is critical for the optimal use of drive as well as machine performance,” explains Gunther Raila, Product Manager at Jetter. “By adding the JHN motors to the product range, we now have motors that offer a high power density despite their very compact design.” This is made possible by an automated segment winding technology and an optimized motor construction. For Gunther Raila, the advantage this has over the products of the competition is clear:
“Our JHN motors enable plants and machinery to be planned more flexibly and made much smaller.”
Powerful in combination with JetMove servo amplifiers
The Jetter motors in the sizes JHN2 to JHN7 have a torque ranging from 0.28 Nm to 60 Nm. With DC link voltages from 24 VDC to 560 VDC and a wide choice of motor windings, they are ideal companions to the JetMove servo amplifiers, such as the new JM-1000 and JM-3000 series. The motors use the rated currents of the servo amplifiers ranging from 3.5 to 32 A to full capacity, offering speeds tailored to an application’s specific needs. Consequently, the high overload capability of the current generation of servo amplifiers enables highly dynamic acceleration processes, even with small sizes. “We are convinced,” says Product Manager Gunther Raila, “that the JHN motors noticeably increase a system’s efficiency.”
Available with new software from April
Like all Jetter motors, the JHN servomotors are noted for their closer concentricity tolerance, which has a positive effect on a system’s smooth running characteristics. The new motors also come with UL certification for the USA and Canada as standard. Numerous options for connector outlets, degrees of protection and encoder design round out the offering. The JHN motors can also be selected in the free NCP design software, version 3.0, from mid-April.