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PERMANENT MAGNET BRAKE Type FIP ASSEMBLY EXAMPLES Construction 1.1 With external fastening Pulley adjustment The EIDE FIP electromagnetic brake with permanent magnet consists basically of an inductor core, being made up of permanent magnet, coil, friction material and armature assembly. This assembly consists of the own disk induced by a spring membrane to be mounted directly on pulley, chain sprocket, etc. (see construction 1.1) or an induced bracket bushing to be mounted on the shaft on which the braking action will be exercised (see construcion 1.2 and 1.3). Construction 1.3 The permanent magnet attracts the armature assembly, deforming the membrane spring and producing the braking between the armature disk and the friction material. With posterior fastening Adjustment shaft By applying a voltage (normalized to 24 VCC –1/+2) to the coil (ED100%), it creates a magnetic field. This magnetic field cancels the permanent magnet. The armature is moved by membrane spring and braking stops without residual torque. The two friction surfaces must be free of grease or oil, as their presence decreases the braking torque. Also, for the correct operation of the assembly, the supply voltage should be as close as possible to the nominal. Attention to the polarity: Red Cable +. Bores must be made on the pulley to which it is coupled to retract the heads of the rivets. In construction 1.1, the assembly has to be centered only by screws, not being able to make any abrupt change of section in an area of the shaft. CURVE FEATURE Torque due to the permanent magnet Ordering example for a permanent magnet brake size 1.5 with rear fastening and construction 1.3: Rated voltage Torque versus voltage. Electromagnetic, pneumatic brakes and clutches Mechanical safety brakes · Centrifugal brakes Flexible couplings · Torque limiters · Special un

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PERMANENT MAGNET BRAKE Type FIP Characteristics and dimensions SIZE Maximum torque NOTE: in all constructions, the fastening may be external or in back.

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