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More than 100 square meters of high-tech

POSTED 11/30/2018

EC-i52 XLDrive technology connoisseurs can look forward to a number of new maxon products in Nuremberg.

maxon motor will unveil exciting new products at the SPS IPC Drives trade fair. The Swiss drive specialist's extensive product portfolio includes three high-end BLDC motors.

A brand new powerhouse has come fresh off maxon's production line: The EC-i 52 XL High Torque offers an impressive 50 percent increase in torque over the standard version, making the brushless motor a perfect fit for applications in industrial automation.

The EC-i 30 with integrated electronics is suitable for applications in which efficiency and reliability are of utmost importance – for example pump and fan drives. The simple commissioning process for this motor will be appreciated by customers who prefer to avoid motion control but still want to enjoy the advantages of a brushless motor.

The ECX Speed 6 is a new addition to the ECX series. With a diameter of 6 millimeters, the BLDC motor is primarily designed for the medical industry. Its ironless winding permits speeds of up to 100,000 rpm. The ENX 16 EASY XT is another brand new addition to our product portfolio. The XT version of the EASY encoder family is designed for extreme conditions and withstands temperatures from -55 to + 125°C.

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Roboy also makes an appearance at maxon's trade fair stand. The humanoid robot – driven by maxon motors – is modeled on human anatomy. Its tendon-based drive technology gives Roboy the ability to move like a human and react to his environment.

Visitors to the maxon stand at SPS IPC Drives will also learn about how high-quality components can be combined into one system. The intelligent system solutions will be presented on a stand area which, at 108 square meters, has again grown considerably compared to previous years – matching the international significance of this leading trade fair for electrical automation.

Did you know that complete drive systems can be combined and configured in the maxon online shop? At the maxon stand, our experts will demonstrate how easy and convenient it is to use this online tool.

We look forward to your visit at the SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg from November 27th to 29th. You will find us on stand 100 in hall 1.

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