TPB Series Torque Powder Brakes

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Product Description

The Torque Powder Brakes (TPB Series) are ideal for applications operating in the low speed range or middle to high torque range. These magnetic powder brakes provide full torque at zero speed and are convection or air cooled, allowing power ratings up to 900 W (2 100 W with air cooling).

Features

  • Available torque ratings:12, 25, 50, 100, 200, 400, 600 N·m
  • Braking power up to 900 W(2 100 W with air cooling)
  • Rated torque available from 0 rpm
  • Stable braking torque
  • Low moment of inertia
  • Low residual torque
  • Operation in both rotational directions
  • Delivered with foot mount
  • For horizontal use only

Specifications

ModelRated Torque
[N·m]
Rated Current
[A]
Kinetic Power
Ratings -
Without Cooling
[W]
Kinetic Power
Ratings -
With Air Cooling
[W]
Inertia
[kg·m2]
Air Pressure
[bar]
Flow Rate
[m3/min]
Weight
[kg]
TPB 012120.941452501.34 x 10-30.30.25
TPB 025251.242303803.80 x 10-30.40.410
TPB 050502.153607009.50 x 10-31.00.615
TPB 1001002.406001 1003.50 x 10-20.61.125
TPB 2002002.708401 9009.15 x 10-20.51.655
TPB 4004003.509002 1002.43 x 10-11.62.0105
TPB 6006004.309002 1002.45 x 10-11.62.0120

* All models are 24 VDC and have a maximum speed of 1 800 rpm.

Applications

These units are suited for tension control applications, such as wire winding, foil, film, and tape tension control. Mounted on test benches, TPB Series Torque Powder Brakes allow performance and reliability testing on driving elements such as electric motors, hand-held power tools, geared motors, reduction gears, and hydraulic transmission systems. Other applications include load simulation for life testing on electric motors, actuators, gearboxes, power steering, and many other rotating devices and assemblies.

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The analog input of the Current-Regulated Supply Module is designed for 0 -10 VDC signals. At the maximum set value of 10 VDC, the output current is adjustable from 0 to 100 %. With the use of adjustable potentiometers, the zero point can be shifted from 0 to 20 %.

 
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                    [post_content] => Magtrol offers three types of torque transducers for dynamic torque and speed measurement. All three transducer models employ our unique non-contact differential transformer torque measuring technology. This measuring technology offers many benefits most notably that no electronic components rotate during operation. Each model has an integrated conditioning electronic module providing a 0 to ±10 VDC torque output and an open collector speed output. Magtrol’s Torque Transducers are very reliable, providing high overload protection, excellent long-term stability and high noise immunity.

Features

  • Integrated Torque and Speed Conditioning
  • Torque Range: 0.1 N·m to 10,000 N·m (0.07 lb·ft to 7375 lb·ft)
  • Accuracy: < 0.1%
  • Overload Capacity: 200%
  • Breaking limit: up to 400%
  • High Speed Applications: up to 50,000 rpm
  • Non-Contact (no slip rings)
  • No Electronic Components in Rotation
  • No Electrical Noise
  • Single DC Power Supply: 20 to 32 VDC
  • Immediate Speed Detection
  • Adjustable Torque Signal Frequency Limitation
  • Built-in Test Function
  • Stainless Steel Shaft
  • EMC Susceptibility Conforms to European Standards
  • Calibrated to METAS standards
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  • Integrated torque, speed and angle conditioning
  • Torque range: from 0.05 N·m to 10 N·m
  • Integrated speed encoder with index
  • Accuracy: < 0.1 %
  • Overload capacity: 200 %
  • Overload limit: 300 %
  • Speed range: up to 15,000 rpm
  • Torque output: ± 5 VDC (± 10 VDC)
  • USB interface & analog connection
  • LED operating status control
  • Non-contact (no slip rings)
  • Single DC power supply: 12 - 32 VDC
USB & Analog Output The sensor offers both an isolated USB interface and an analog output. Both signals can be utilized simultaneously. For example, control loop data can be acquired using a computer via the USB interface while fast data acquisition can be performed using the analog output. In addition torque, speed, and angle data can be acquired using the USB interface while fast control loop data can be acquired using the analog output signals. The refresh time of the continuous analog signals is 100 μs (10 kHz). The analog signal provides a 0 to ± 5 VDC output corresponding to the sensor nominal range up to 200 % of measuring range (0 to ± 10 VDC). The USB interface can easily be connected and used with the LabVIEW™ dedicated software delivered with the sensor. Integrated Encoder TS Series Torque Sensors integrate a high-end encoder with 360 PPR (Pulses Per Revolution) on 2 distinct signals (Tach A, Tach B) 90° out of phase providing an angular measurement resolution of 0.25°. A third signal offers 1 PPR (Z) providing an angular reference. The sensor body is marked with «Encoder Side» to indicate the encoder location. In low speed applications, where the angular position / accuracy of the test object is important, the encoder side needs to be directly connected to the test object so that the angular measurement is not influenced by the sensor deformation zone. System Status Indicators A color code is given by the activation of 3 LEDs lights (Yellow, Green, Red) located on the top cover of the sensor. This color code continuously communicates the operating status of the sensor, such as measuring status, tare functions, offset value, B.I.T.E. (Built-In Test Equipment) and overload.   Electrical Configuration [caption id="attachment_8106" align="alignnone" width="500"] TS Series Torque Sensor electrical input and output[/caption]   Operating Principles The measuring system is based on strain gauge technology directly applied on the sensor measuring section and connected in Wheatstone full bridge circuit. The strain gauge and its associated front end amplifier are powered by a high frequency power transfer. Under the applied torque, the measuring section will elastically deform providing a strain in the measuring elements. A microprocessor conditions the signal from the amplifier and transfers the measured values to the stator via contactless telemetry data transfer. On board micro-controllers manage all the internal functions, such as power transfer, data collecting and filtering, calibration and set-up, tare and B.I.T.E. (Build-In Test Equipment) functions, as well as the LED operating status control code. The sensor is supplied by 24 VDC (12 - 32 VDC) from the analog connector. The signal cutoff frequency can be digitally selected and configured in a range from 2 Hz up to 1 000 Hz. 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