Compact Precision Torque Limiters from R+W America

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Based on a compact and simple design, the ESL series torque limiters from R+W offer accurate performance at a reasonable cost. Unlike traditional ball-detent torque limiters, the ESL…

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Six factors to remember about couplings in a motion system

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Physical values such as torque, torsional rigidity, spring stiffness, moment of inertia, imbalance, and zero-backlash play a major role in coupling design. Here are a few facts to…

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ServoClass® Couplings deliver high torsional stiffness

Thursday, March 25, 2010

ServoClass® Couplings suit applications using ac and dc servomotors that need precise positioning and the ability to handle high reverse loads. These couplings have zero-backlash and low hysteresis….

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Schmidt 5D Couplings Handle Axial, Angular And Parallel Shaft Misalignments

Friday, March 19, 2010

Schmidt 5D Couplings suit applications requiring large axial, angular and parallel shaft misalignments. This “all-in-one” coupling design will handle all shaft displacements providing low backlash for precision high…

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For safety, electronics may not be the best choice

Thursday, March 18, 2010

The trend of replacing mechanical systems with electrical systems continues. Even developers of hydraulic and pneumatic systems are following it. But, as is becoming evident through the latest…

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Breakaway Connectors Allow A Quick Disconnect

Monday, March 8, 2010

ITT Interconnect Solutions offers a line of breakaway connectors. The Nemesis Series and MKJ Series breakaway connectors incorporate a simple push/pull mating mechanism to engage and disengage the…

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LEM Engineers Invent Unique Magnetic Coupling Technology

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

LEM has introduced the first of its AC current sensor families based on Perfect Loop Technology. After calibration, the new RT series achieves absolute accuracy of better than…

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