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  • Getting A Grip On Clutch And Brake Selection
    with the diode is much higher than that of the diode's forward resistance so current flows into the diode and dissipates quickly. Tell a junior engineer to pick an electro-magnetic friction clutch for a new application and all you may get is a look of confusion. But choosing the right clutch is easier than
  • Clutch/brake chops blade power
    and stop cutting blades in GPS-guided lawn mowers. The robotic mowers trim turf at up to 5.5 acres/hr and steer with subinch accuracy. The rotor in the electromagnetic clutch keys to the engine output shaft. Voltage applied to a coil magnetically couples the armature to the rotor. The armature
  • Ogura Electromagnetic Particle Clutch Helps Build a Solid Foundation
    In the October issue of Design News, there was an article featuring Oguras OPC-80 magnetic particle clutch for a system that helps detect bedrock for anchoring oil platforms.
  • Magnetic Particle Clutch Used in Amusement Game
  • Electric clutches on the go
    and basic design easily incorporate into mobile equipment, providing flexibility, safety, and cost savings on gas and diesel engines. Mobile clutches typically consist of three major subassemblies. The field assembly is the coil and backing flange that provides magnetic flux to engage the clutch
  • Encoder helps drag bike hook up and go
    Horsepower isn't a problem for the Top Fuel drag bike from Salakazi Racing in Finland. Removing the clutch housing reveals the transmission input shaft. A Renishaw RM22 encoder mounts on the shaft end to measure rpm. Another RM22 goes on the crankshaft end to monitor crank position. The encoders
  • Clutches and Brakes
    infinitely by varying the input current, the magnetic particle clutches and brakes are ideal in an open loop system. To close the loop in the tensioning system, combine the magnetic particle clutch or brake with a Warner (R) sensor and control, resulting in more precise control of tension.
  • The Basics of Electromagnetic Clutches and Brakes
    on magnetic field strength, air gap, and inertia. * Burnishing increases initial clutch or brake torque, and overexcitation cuts response time. Getting a grip on clutch and brake selection , " MACHINE DESIGN, Sept. 9, 1999 People use electromagnetic (EM) clutches and brakes every day and often don't

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