SMRT-2000 Robot Joint
The SMRT-2000 combines a zero backlash high ratio gear with frameless torque motor and absolute encoder all integrated into one assembly. The unit is designed for high torque density and fine control in robotic applications and contains a through hole for wires and other items feeding the distal end of the robot. A high torque frameless torque motor is used for wide speed range and high performance. The absolute encoder has 19 bits of resolution used for both motor commutation and servo positioning. Whether it is a traditional geared motor project or a precision collaborative robot, this highly integrated solution with low weight and low axial profile is highly desirable.
High torque, low weight, small size, and high performance is at the click of your mouse (or finger). Adjustable input voltage, compatibility with industry standard interfaces makes integration easy.
|OD 75mm, Ratio 50:1||OD 86mm, Ratio 60:1||OD 97mm, Ratio 70:1|
|Rated Output Torque||15 Nm||45 Nm||75 Nm|
|Repeatable Peak Output Torque||40 Nm||75 Nm||120 Nm|
|Rated Input Speed*||2000 RPM||2000 RPM||2000 RPM|
|Repeatable Peak Input Speed*||4000 RPM||4000 RPM||4000 RPM|
|Backlash**||0 Arcsec||0 Arcsec||0 Arcsec|
|Positional Accuracy (One-Way)||3 Arcmin||2 Arcmin||2 Arcmin|
|Noise***||70 dB||70 dB||70 dB|
|Need a modified or custom solution? Send us an inquiry and we would be happy to discuss.|
|*Under defined conditions, ** Measured at less than 18 Arcsec, *** Noise at rated speed in ambient room|
Frequently asked questions
Direct drive is gaining in popularity for projects moving light weight items around. Gearing is dominant when it comes to a wide range of robot travel, wide changes in inertia, and payloads above 5 kg.
Very confusing terms, accuracy is how well you move to a place in space. Resolution is how many places in space you can move to. It is entirely possible to have higher resolution than accuracy. It is repeatability that is most important for most projects, and it is equal to the resolution for most systems.
Absolute encoders are hands down a better solution for all but the super high speed projects. Knowing where the system is when powered up is critical. Over travel, homes switches, and many other sensor are not required when you have absolute positioning.
Yes, any gearing will disconnect the input from the output. If you are trying to control precise motion then absolute output position is required. It is also a safety issue and not advised to have mechanical parts in between the output and the measurement.
Heat is a concern when multiple items generating heat are all packaged together. Most designer are conservative in this area and have taken into account derating the motor so that other items can generate heat and all live comfortably inside the same package.