Disc brake VB serieselectromagneticzero-backlash

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Characteristics

Type
disc
Operation
electromagnetic
Other characteristics
zero-backlash
Torque

Min.: 6.8 Nm (5.0154 ft.lb)

Max.: 59.7 Nm (44.0325 ft.lb)

Description

Brake designed for general industrial applications. Units come standard with zero backlash armature. Units are normally produced in a high torque version but a lower torque is also available which reduces the overall length of the clutch by 15%. Options for this unit include an automatic air gap that adjusts as the clutch wears, a quiet armature option that reduces clutch engagement noise for application in hospitals or offices and a 1 piece designed option that simplifies mounting. Fast Response; The V series clutches and brakes are dry type single disc units. This ensures fast response in high speed, high cycle applications. Zero Backlash; The armature is mounted to the hub by special leaf springs to provide minimal backlash and no armature rattle. High Torque Versions Available (H series); Both standard units and high torque (H) versions are shown in the following data sheets. The high torque versions have identical diameters to the standard versions, however they are slightly longer to allow for a higher power coil. Automatic Gap Adjustment (optional); The air gap is automatically adjusted as the friction surfaces wear during the entire life of the unit, increasing longevity by 50%. Compact Design; The compact design of the V-series reduces mounting requirements during installation. Quiet Armature (Option S); To help dampen the noise that sometimes occurs during engagement, Ogura has developed a quiet armature option that is available on all V series models. One Piece Design (option P); One piece design simplifies mounting.
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