With the EZ and EZHD synchronous servo motors, STÖBER is offering brushless, permanent magnet excited and electronically commutated motors with different power profiles. The stator and rotor components have an optimized design in relation to energy for extremely low torque ripple and a high power density in various forms.
The super compact synchronous servo motors for screw drives have been designed for universal mounting on the threaded spindles of a variety of manufacturers. The EZS model has a clamping assembly for tightening the threaded spindle. The EZM synchronous servo motor is suitable for driving the threaded nut directly. A threaded spindle of any desired length can be inserted through the generously dimensioned flange hollow shaft.
Is an asynchronous motor too big and not efficient enough for you? Or are you looking for an inexpensive and rugged alternative to the synchronous servo motor? Based on the "Bridge the Gap" principle, STOBER has brought a new motor class to market. The consistently encoderless Lean motors are strong and rugged like asynchronous drives and precise and compact like synchronous servo motors. For example, the motors can be used for automation tasks in harsh production environments.
Designed as asynchronous squirrel-cage motors, these asynchronous motors are characterized by their performance and robustness. The asynchronous motors are part of the STOBER geared motor system. Here they are attached directly to STOBER gear units without a disruptive adapter flange. A motor flange design according to IEC is also included in the program.