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KEB announces Movilink driver for HMI and Routers

KEB America announces the addition of a Movilink driver to their HMI and Router products. The new feature will allow the control products to interface with SEW-Eurodrive Movidrive® inverters.   In many control and automation projects visualization and datalogging can be added to give the user more useful feedback and facilitate operation. In order to make this enhancement as easy as possible for nearly any type of existing installation, KEB includes a wide range of communication interfaces in their products. The introduction of Movilink into the HMI and Router of the C6 line of automation products allows us to reach...
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Selecting and Sizing Geared Motors

In this post, I’ll describe the process I use for sizing gearboxes and geared motors.   To make the selection, I am using KEB’s software sizing program called KEB-DRIVE.  KEB-DRIVE is free and easy to use.  If interested to follow along, you can download a copy of the software.         1.  Consider the application requirements Before you begin selecting a geared motor, you first need to consider and know the application requirements.  This is not a comprehensive list but gives a general idea of the common considerations.   Torque & Speed What torque and speed are required...
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EtherNet/IP for packaging machinery

    Full transcript Hi, my name is Colin Zauner. I’m here with KEB America at the 2017 Pack Expo and today we are showing off our complete line of automation solutions.   Here we have our S6 servo drive. It is an EtherNet/IP slave so we can connect in here to the hub and transmit data to the HMI and also it can be controlled by any EtherNet/IP device.   We have our HMI here with an industrial IP66 bezel with over 60 million colors possible.   Here we have our DIN rail mounted IPC, the C6 Smart. It...
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SPS IPC Fair 2017

KEB invites you to visit us at the SPS IPC Fair 2017. The event will take place November 28 – 30 in Nuremberg, Germany, and you can find our exhibit in Hall 4, Booth 4-370. A map of Hall 4 can be downloaded here.   KEB has a tradition of bringing the latest technology in motor control to the fair, and this year is no different. Visitors to KEB’s booth will be able to learn more about our unique SCL-Posi™ motor control technology – positioning control without encoder feedback. The technology allows system integrators to save their clients money and cabinet...
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Servo or Induction Motor – Which is right for your application?

When looking to spec a motor for your application, do you select an induction motor or a servo motor?  What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?  These next few paragraphs will break down the benefits of both to see which motor technology is best suited for your application.   The two main factors to consider when choosing between servo motors and induction motors are of course performance and cost.  We can evaluate the performance of a motor by looking at its torque density, inertia, dynamic performance, and how easy it can be controlled by a VFD.  For your motor...
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Unintended Car Movements and Elevator Drives

Elevator safety is a top concern for all involved with the industry. In order to ensure the safety of passengers and maintenance personnel, most countries have adopted some sort of elevator code that specifies a large number of safety functions that an elevator must have. In Europe, the current standard that is being used for elevators is the code EN 81-20:2014 for passenger elevators. This safety code covers the entire system and what types of safety devices are required. One section of this code – 5.6.7 specifically – pertains to unintended car movement (UCM) of the elevator car after a...
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