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To generate the rotary or braking torque, a DC voltage is fed to the coil of the stator and a magnetic field is established. The magnetic attraction effect causes the armature plate to be drawn against the force of the pretensioned spring, across the air gap and up to the friction surface of the braking magnet part/rotor. This applies the torque.

If the voltage supply is interrupted, the magnetic field collpases and the pretensioned annular spring pulls the armature plate back into its home position. This guarantees secure braking and holding of the loads, even in the event of mains power failure.

INTORQ 14.105 and 14.115

INTORQ 14.105 and 14.115

INTORQ 14.105 and 14.115

INTORQ 14.105 and 14.115

Thanks to its zero-backlash torque transmission, low moments of inertia and fast switching times, this brake is ideally suited for use with packaging machines, folding machines and printing presses,...