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Rotary Actuator Datasheet

Rotary actuator assembly consists of concealed idle and pinion gears between two Vention compatible plates. The bottom mounting plate allows for any combination of Vention's NEMA 34 stepper motors and/or Vention's 5:1 gearbox to drive the actuator.

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Contents

Rotary actuators are used for medium duty applications that require high torque and high angular presicion.


Overview

The assembly of the rotary actuator consists of concealed idle and pinion gears between two Vention compatible plates. The bottom mounting plate allows for any combination of Vention's NEMA 34 stepper motors and/or Vention's 5:1 gearbox to drive the actuator. With a 4.24:1 reduction present on the actuator, multiple levels of torque can be achieved. The bottom plate also features mounting holes that interface perfectly with Vention extrusions. The top plate features multiple countersunk and threaded holes for all your mounting purposes. Finally, cable routing is made easy with a 40mm through hole in the center.



Applications

palletizer design
There are several application for rotary actuators, including a 4th Axis Palletizer or a Rotary Inspection Station for Universal Robots.



Technical Specifications


Maximum Torque Combinations

Max Torque - Motor and Actuator [Nm] Max Torque - Motor, Gearbox and Actuator [Nm]
MO-SM-001-0001 35.1 175.5
MO-SM-002-0001 17.9 89.3
MO-SM-003-0001 9.8 48.9


Specifications

Efficency 85%
Nominal Backlash (Degrees) ± 0.5
Maximum Rotational Velocity (RPM) 50
Radial Weight Capacity (kg) 50
Axial Weight Capacity (kg) 200
Motor Compatibility NEMA 34, 14mm shaft

MO-SM-001-0001, MO-SM-002-0001, MO-SM-003-0001

Assembly Instructions

rotary actuator parts


  1. Secure the gear guard to the base plate using 4 M3 x 5mm flathead screws.

  2. Secure the large gear-bearing combination to the base plate using the locating feature and 8 M8 x 20mm screws.

  3. Mount the top plate to the large gear-bearing combination using the locating feature and 8 M8 x 20mm screws

  4. Mount the smaller pinion gear to any of Vention's NEMA 34 stepper motors and secure the pinion using a M5 x 6mm setscrew. Mount the NEMA 34 motor to the underside of the base plate using the locating feature, ensuring the pinion properly meshes with the larger gear.

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