Intelligent devices are now ubiquitous. They provide information about their condition and have sufficient computing power themselves to make real-time decisions about their interaction with the environment. Dunkermotoren, as pioneer and world market leader of smart integrated BLDC motors, is constantly pursuing this path of decentralization.
Since the end of February 2021, Dunkermotoren's fully integrated PROFINET solution has been officially certified by the PROFIBUS user organization. This means another important feature is fully integrated into the motor, which is a milestone in terms of cabling, commissioning and IIoT capability.
AMETEK -- a leading supplier of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices -- is hosting a company-wide Virtual Trade Show from 9 AM to 5 PM EDT on Tuesday, March 16, 2021. The show, which is a first for the company, will feature exciting news and information about products and solutions from across AMETEK’s extensive business portfolio.
Dunkermotoren offers a comprehensive modular system of modularly combinable drive solutions consisting of motors, gearboxes, brakes, encoders and controllers. A selection of approximately 1000 combinations can be generated from components of the stock program.
With the ME 52 RR, Dunkermotoren presents a magnetic encoder that meets the requirements of the railway industry according to EN 50155. As a further development of the ME 52, the new magnetic encoder fits perfectly into the modular system of the motor manufacturer.
In intralogistics, the importance of self-propelled vehicles is increasing. Not only the traditional manufacturers, but also users or their suppliers of operating equipment are designing new battery-powered solutions. The technical solutions are as diverse as the players in the market.
With a new issue of the magazine "mo the motor technology manufacturer again publishes a series of interesting technical articles and news. The title in this issue is dedicated to the topic "Future now! Smart, connected and efficient".
Just a few decades ago, fast-rotating saws without contact protection or transport of goods according to the principle "mass has right of way" were common. Today, working even alongside power-packed cobots or gigantic driverless transport systems is safer than with a capricious stapler.