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SureGear
Gearbox Selector
Units:
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Enter Torque Required: (at Gearbox Output Shaft)
Nominal Torque Required:  N·mlbf·in
Maximum Torque Required²  N·mlbf·in
OR
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Enter Speed Required: (at Gearbox Output Shaft)
Nominal Speed¹ (Speed @ Nom. Torque): RPM
Maximum Speed Required³: RPM
OR
Pick a Gear Ratio:


Physical Characteristics of Gearbox:

 
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Notes:
  1. At nominal speed, the service life of a SureGear™ gearbox is 20,000 hours (rated service life).
  2. The maximum output torque required for starting or stopping operation.
  3. The maximum intermittent output speed.
  4. SureServo Systems DO NOT provide maximum torque AT maximum speed - select a motor/gearbox combination (above) to see the specific torque/speed curve.
  5. Servo System Price includes: SureServo Motor (w/o brake), SureServo Drive, 10' Servo Power cable, 10' Feedback Cable, ZIPLink I/O Module and ZIPLink I/O Cable. Options such as longer cables, and motor brake will cost more and can be selected after you chose a gearbox & motor combination.

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Specifications:
Gearbox Alone:
Backlash: What's This? 5 arc-min
Allowable Radial Load: What's This? at N at lbf
Allowable Thrust Load: What's This? tt N tt lbf
Nominal Output Torque: ot N·m ot lbf·in
Max. Acceleration Torque: mt N·m mt lbf·in
Max. E-Stop Torque: et N·m et lbf·in
Moment of Inertia: What's This? et kg·cm² et lbf-in-s²
Max. Housing Temp: 194 °F 90 °C
Environmental Rating: IP55
Approx Weight: weight kg weight lbs
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Rated Output Power: ot Watts
Rated Torque: mt N·m mt ft-lbs
Maximum Torque: mt N·m mt ft-lbs
Moment of Inertia: What's This? moi kg·cm² moi lbf-in-s² moi kg·cm² moi lbf-in-s²
Rated Speed: mt RPM
Maximum Speed: mt RPM
Drive Input Voltage: 230 VAC
Drive Input Current 1Φ: amps A
Drive Input Current 3Φ: amps A
Servo & Gearbox (Combined):
Nominal Output Torque: ot N·m ot lbf·in
Maximum Output Torque: mt N·m mt lbf·in
Nominal Output Speed: mt RPM
Maximum Output Speed: mt RPM
Torque/Speed Curve (Combined):
Torque Speed Curve
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SureGear Gearbox Includes:
Gearbox: selectedGearText2
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Adapter: selectedAdapterText
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Included
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SureServo Servo System Includes:
Servo Drive: drivepartnum
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Servo Motor: motorpartnum
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Servo Power Cable: partnumpowercable
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Servo Feedback Cable: partnumfeedbackcable
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ZIPLink I/O Module: partnumziplink
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Servo I/O Cable: partnumIOcable
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Servo System + Gearbox Total:
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Why use a gear reducer?
Backlash:
Allowable Radial Load:
Allowable Axial Thrust Load:
Nominal and Maximum (Speed and Torque) Explained:
Moment of Inertia (Inertia Mismatch):
Backlash:
Allowable Radial Load:
Allowable Axial Thrust Load:
Nominal and Maximum Speed and Torque Explained:
Moment of Inertia (Inertia Mismatch):
Reflected Load Inertia =
Load Inertia

Gearbox Ratio²
 + Gearbox Inertia
The Motor Inertia is: moi kg·cm² moi lbf-in-s² moi kg·cm² moi lbf-in-s²
The Gearbox Ratio is: x (remember to square this factor)
The Gearbox Inertia is: et kg·cm² et lbf-in-s²
The Load Inertia is: the inertia of the item(s) to be attached to the gearbox output shaft.
The Reflected Load Inertia would be: ( li li / x2 ) + et et = et kg·cm² et lbf-in-s²
And given that the Motor Inertia is: moi kg·cm² moi lbf-in-s² moi kg·cm² moi lbf-in-s²
The Inertia Mismatch would be: 5 to 1, and you could expect good performance from this Motor, Gearbox & Load combination after tuning (servo systems must always be tuned for optimal performance). See Chapter 5 of the SureServo User Manual for tuning info.