Brushless 600W motor with CANopen interface and built-in safety

January 24, 2019 //By Julien Happich
Brushless 600W motor with CANopen interface and built-in safety
Delivered in 310W to 600W versions, Crouzet's SQ75 DCmind brushless motor comes with onboard intelligence, safety functionalities and integrated communication capabilities.

The 310W version has a rated torque of 1Nm (and a peak of 2.5 Nm; up to 6Nm for the 600W version), over an extended speed range of up to 5,000 rpm. The off-the-shelf SQ75 is water- and dustproof (except the shaft and front face), including in the 4.5N.m version with holding brake and two levels of protection: IP67 and IP69, suitable for the most severe environments. Supplied with or without a gearbox and able to operate in autonomous mode or on a CANopen network, the SQ75 operates with complete safety. The Safe Torque Off inputs feature enables the motor to be released, on a fully independent basis, from the microprocessor in the event of an emergency, for instance, on a machine integrated on a safety chain and requiring a special operation by a technician.

The SQ75 can be controlled in compliance with the CANBus standard through its CANopen interface. Its intelligent functions (speed, position and torque control, pre-installed applications software) can also be configured using a simple USB key and  DCmind Soft + CANopen Software, downloadable free of charge.

Crouzet - www.crouzet.com


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