Thomson Industries has released an educational video for design engineers illustrating how to properly install its SB Series power-off brake. Thomson’s SB Series is designed as a servo brake with low backlash splines for high-performance applications such as robotics, medical equipment and packaging.
SB power-off brakes are typically mounted on the back end of a motor that requires the stopping and/or holding of a load in the absence of power. The video describes the installation of these brakes in simple and clear steps.
Thomson’s SB Series includes a spline drive, which is constructed to withstand high-impact stresses and minimize system backlash. The spring-set, electromagnetic power-off brakes provide a safe and efficient way of stopping or holding load in the absence of power. Low-inertia, rotating components enable higher acceleration rates for design engineers to consider using for their specified application.
For more information about Thomson’s range of SB Series spring-set brakes, visit thomsonlinear.com.