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SPS 2022: Nord Drivesystems To Present Solutions

By Matt Williams -

After a long break, Nord Drivesystems will present their innovative drive solutions for intelligent production from the 8th to the 10th of November at SPS (Smart Production Solutions) in Nuremberg.

Customers attending SPS can visit NORD at Stand 451 in Hall 3A, which can be reached by shuttle bus via a separate entry. One of NORD’s exhibition highlights is the new LogiDrive2 solution space: As well as previous LogiDrive system solutions from the company’s modular system, such as an IE4 synchronous motor – integrated into a two-stage helical bevel gear unit – products like the DuoDrive, NORDAC ON (+) and the manufacturer’s IE5+ motors are now included.

For the post & parcel, airport and warehouse application areas, basic and advanced designs are available that are optimised in terms of energy efficiency, version reduction or Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).

 

The patented DuoDrive geared motor
The DuoDrive geared motor in its hygienic wash-down design covers powers of up to 3 kW and integrates an IE5+ synchronous motor into a single-stage helical gear unit. Calculated across the system, the compact geared motor achieves up to 92% efficiency – one of the highest on the market in this power class – and is characterised by high energy efficiency.

Nord DuoDrive
By integrating the motor and gear unit into one housing, the DuoDrive is very lightweight and compact, coupled with very high power density Image: NORD DRIVESYSTEMS

 

Frequency inverters for any task
With the NORDAC PRO product family, the company’s range includes compact frequency inverters with an integrated multi-protocol Ethernet interface for different power classes (0.25 to 22 kW): The NORDAC PRO SK 500P basic version is exceptionally versatile. It offers high-quality connection and functional features such as a CANopen interface, brake chopper, PLC function and POSICON positioning control. Plug-in control and option modules ensure maximum flexibility.

NORD LogiDrive Post Parcel Airport
The new NORDAC PRO SK 500P control cabinet generation from NORD DRIVESYSTEMS covers powers from 0.25 to 22 kW Image: NORD DRIVESYSTEMS

 

Drive-based functional safety
With its electronic drive technology product portfolio, NORD supports drive-based functional safety for control cabinets and decentralised inverters. The integration of the drives is carried out fail-safe via Ethernet and via discrete inputs and outputs.

NORD NORDAC PRO SK-500P
LogiDrive drive units from NORD for the post & parcel and airport application areas Image: NORD DRIVESYSTEMS

 

Find out more about NORD DRIVESYSTEMS and SPS 2022

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