ER Series Configuration Options A-F
AAA = Frame Size
BBB = Gear Reduction Ratio
C = Shaft Type
D = Connections
F = Brake
GGG = Feedback Type
Your choice of drive will dictate the appropriate feedback device for your situation. Options for feedback type include: absolute, analog and incremental encoders, as well as custom feedback alternatives.
HHH = Motor Stator
Motor Stator options are described with a 3-digit code. The first digit calls out the stack length, the second digit designates the rated bus voltage, and the third digit identifies the number of poles. Please refer to the mechanical/electrical specifications for motor torque and actuator rated force.
Motor Stators (all 8 Pole and Class 180H)
118 = 1 stack, 115 VRMS
138 = 1 stack, 230 VRMS
158 = 1 stack, 400 VRMS
168 = 1 stack, 460 VRMS
238 = 2 stack, 230 VRMS
258 = 2 stack, 400 VRMS
268 = 2 stack, 460 VRMS
338 = 3 stack, 230 VRMS
358 = 3 stack, 400 VRMS
368 = 3 stack, 460 VRMS
II = Motor Speed
All Exlar T-LAM™ motors and actuators have a standard motor speed designator (described below). The designator represents the standard base speed of the motor for the selected bus voltage.
|-01 … -99||specialized speed *|
(two digit number x 100 = rated rpm)
Please note that Exlar can manufacture its T-LAM products with specialized base speeds to exactly match your application requirements. This may be a higher or lower base speed, which will allow you to get the required torque and optimal speed for your application, while using the minimum amount of current from your amplifier.
The callout for a special speed is configured in the model number by using a two-digit code from 01 through 99. These codes represent the number, in hundreds, of rpm that is the base speed for the motor.
Note: It is not possible to produce every possible speed for each motor at each voltage. *
JJ = Hazardous Location Temperature Rating
T4 = 135° C (Neodymium-Iron-Boron magnets)
* Some options are not available with every configuration. For options or specials not listed above or for extended temperature operation, please consult Exlar Applications Engineering.