|Allied Motion's CM-6000 brushless DC motors are high performance brushless DC motors based on Allied Motion's Megaflux series torque motors, and are characterized by a very high torque-to-inertia ratio. The motors have a large hollow shaft, rare-earth magnet rotor supported by a robust precision ball bearing. Five different sizes with three different winding voltages are available. For alternate or modified motor characteristics, please contact Allied Motion.
CM-6000 series motors incorporate an integral optical encoder. Several choices of encoder type and a large selection of resolutions are available.
Applications include semiconductor fabrication, handling and test systems and turret scanners.
The CM-6000 series was specifically designed for high speed, high resolution positioning applications and is available with the following encoder configurations:
- Ultra low distortion incremental sine/cosine, specifically designed for use with interpolators, yielding up to 144 million measuring steps
- Digital incremental up to 18,000 c/r (72,000 measuring steps)
- Digital incremental with built-in interpolation from 225,000 (900,000 measuring steps) up to 2,250,000 c/r (9 million measuring steps)
- 18, 20 or 22 bits absolute in serial output format
Features & Benefits
- 88.9 mm (3.5 in) ID through hole shaft
- High torque-to-inertia ratio
- Ultra high resolution up to 9 million measuring steps per rev
- Integrated precision optical encoder; choice of type including absolute
- Low profile design
- Alternate encoder output formats
- Stainless steel housing
- Special cabling and connector arrangements
- Brushless DC servo drive
- Housed BLDC torque motor with integral optical encoder
- Six models with continuous torque rated from 3.5 up to 27.6 Nm (31 up to 244 lb-in)
- High positioning resolution to over 2,250,000 c/r