The V Series offers twice the maximum permissible torque, greater strength, longer life, improved reliability and quieter operation than a conventional AC motor all for the same price. If you want to drive larger loads without changing the motor size, the V Series is the right choice.
Twice the Torque, Same Price!
Twice the Maximum Permissible Torque
The high-strength design of the V Series is made evident through its maximum permissible torque, which has been increased by up to two times* the level of the GN type gearhead and two times the level of the GU type gearhead. Even if the load condition is changed to a level that normally requires a higher amount of gearhead strength, the V Series can accommodate such a change without the need to increase the size of the motor or gearhead.
*Specific torque is dependent on frame size.
High-Strength, Long-Life (10,000 hours)
The motor's considerable strength has resulted from the use of a rigid case, a proprietary side-panel construction and an optimized gear design. Moreover, the use of a larger diameter bearing serves to extend its useful life.
The V Series utilizes a comprehensive set of noise-reduction technologies: a special tooth-surface machining technology to remove cutting mark of 1 to 2µm from the surface of the motor shaft teeth, an optimized quiet-running design that considers the circular speed of the motor while maintaining its strength and a high-accuracy assembly technology that ensures precision at micro levels.
The motor and gearhead are pre-assembled with dedicated screws so installation is easy. There's no need to worry about the shaft being scratched.
The motors have a built-in overheat protection device and a protective earth terminal. Offering high reliability, the V Series supports effective equipment design.
RoHS-Compliant Models Available
The V Series features models that conform to the RoHS Directive that prohibits the use of six chemical substances including lead and cadmium.
RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) Directive:
Directive on restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (2002/95/EC).
The RoHS Directive prohibits the use of six chemical substances in electrical and electronic products sold in the EU member states. The six controlled substances are: lead, hexavalent chromium, cadmium, mercury and two specific brominated flame-retardants (PBB and PBDE).