SEW-EURODRIVE – Gearmotors, Inverters, and Drive Systems
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SEW-EURODRIVE is a manufacturer of power transmission and motion control products including gearmotors, frequency inverters, servo gears, motors, drive systems, industrial gearing, control technology, operator terminals, and industrial communications/interfaces. These products are used in applications such as bus positioning, flying saw, crane control, electronic cam, positioning, storage/retrieval system, table positioning, winding calculator, and constant tension center winders in markets like automotive, airport, food, beverage, material handling, packaging, bulk material handling, forestry, lumber, and wastewater.
SEW trade names: MOVITRAC, MOVIDRIVE, MOVIMOT, MOVI-SWITCH, MOVIGEAR, MOVIAXIS, MOVIFIT, MOVIPRO, MOVITRANS, MOVISAFE, VARIMOT, SPIROPLAN, TorqLOC
Gear Units & Servo Gear Units
A gear unit converts the torque and speed of an electric motor so it meets the technical drive requirements of an application. There are three basic designs; parallel-shaft gear units, right-angle gear units, and planetary gear units.
Like standard gear units, servo gear units convert torque and speed. They feature high torsional stiffness while maintaining a very low to constant rotational clearance, which enables extremely high acceleration and high torques.
Gearmotors, Variable Speed Gearmotors & Servo Gearmotors
A gearmotor is a compact unit consisting of a gear unit and a motor. In most applications, the gear unit slows down the rotational speed of the motor while transmitting significantly higher torques than the electric motor alone could provide.
AC Motors, Servomotors, Linear Motors & Accessories
Industrial Gear Units
Decentralized Drives / Mechatronics & Control Technology
Frequency inverters allow you control the speed of an AC motor. If an AC motor operates directly from an AC voltage supply system, it runs at a fixed speed based on the number of poles and the supply frequency. But, if an application requires an adjustable AC voltage—or a controllable speed—frequency inverters are used to generate an AC voltage that is variable in amplitude (output voltage) and frequency.