Clutch brake

Backlash free clutch brakes for an accurate and controlled “stop and start” action.
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Key features

  • Simple fit to IEC motors and gearboxes
  • Easy installation
  • Zero-backlash
  • Good heat dissipation
  • High cycle times
  • Voltage options

Product description

SG Transmission clutch brake modules are used whenever the prime mover is required to run continuously, and the output of the driving device requires a controlled “stop and start” action. This allows an electric motor to run while controlling its output via a clutch brake module. This will reduce the power consumption of the system considerably.

These modules are precision engineered with positive clutch and brake action with no backlash. They can be controlled by relatively simple solid state electronics to give accurate stopping and starting with frequencies over 300 cycles per minute.

Easy installation

The clutch and brake are ready assembled in a neat package which can be foot mounted or fitted to a standard IEC motor and reducer flanges.

Robust construction

Type 55 modules are completely enclosed and use deep groove ball bearings on the input and output. They can be mounted in any position, vertically or horizontally.

Zero backlash

The clutch and brake use a common driven armature, and therefore backlash during torque transmission and braking is eliminated.

Safety

Clutch and brake linings are hard wearing and do not contain asbestos.

Low wear rate

A common armature plate is used, and during the change over from transmission to braking there is no interaction between the clutch and brake. Therefore heat generation and wear are minimised.

Maintenance

SG Transmission clutch brake modules are virtually maintenance free. However they are sometimes used to control large inertia loads with high switching frequencies and in these cases the air-gap between the clutch face and the armature plate should be regularly checked and adjusted if necessary.

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Key features

  • Simple fit to IEC motors and gearboxes
  • Easy installation
  • Zero-backlash
  • Good heat dissipation
  • High cycle times
  • Voltage options

Product description

SG Transmission clutch brake modules are used whenever the prime mover is required to run continuously, and the output of the driving device requires a controlled “stop and start” action. This allows an electric motor to run while controlling its output via a clutch brake module. This will reduce the power consumption of the system considerably.

These modules are precision engineered with positive clutch and brake action with no backlash. They can be controlled by relatively simple solid state electronics to give accurate stopping and starting with frequencies over 300 cycles per minute.

Easy installation

The clutch and brake are ready assembled in a neat package which can be foot mounted or fitted to a standard IEC motor and reducer flanges.

Robust construction

Type 55 modules are completely enclosed and use deep groove ball bearings on the input and output. They can be mounted in any position, vertically or horizontally.

Zero backlash

The clutch and brake use a common driven armature, and therefore backlash during torque transmission and braking is eliminated.

Safety

Clutch and brake linings are hard wearing and do not contain asbestos.

Low wear rate

A common armature plate is used, and during the change over from transmission to braking there is no interaction between the clutch and brake. Therefore heat generation and wear are minimised.

Maintenance

SG Transmission clutch brake modules are virtually maintenance free. However they are sometimes used to control large inertia loads with high switching frequencies and in these cases the air-gap between the clutch face and the armature plate should be regularly checked and adjusted if necessary.

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SizeTorque TS (Nm)Max P20 (W)A3BC1C2C3D1 K6D2 H8E1HPRSS4TVXYZAirgap (G)Design no.
06813102177
191
851007111
14
449637294.523
30
38.5
45.5
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081621128209
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2024065268395
435
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Clutch brake technical drawing

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SizeTorque TS (Nm)Max P20 (W)A1BD1 K6D3 H8D4 Max G7D6 +0.2 +0.3E2E3F1NRSUx4U4x4Airgap (G)Design no.
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081621160 200157 16714 19110 13024110 1303.5410130 165107.530 409 11M8 M100.20808
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