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Indexer torque

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Update time : 2019-05-04 16:13:32
In the selection of indexers for automated design, the static torque and dynamic torque of the indexer are often mentioned, including in other machines, and are often seen. What does torque mean?
The so-called torque refers to a special moment that causes the object to rotate. In the indexer, the torque of the indexer input and output shaft rotation is indicated. The torque involved in the cam indexer is called dynamic torque and static torque.

The static torque of the indexer refers to the force temporarily applied to the input shaft manually or by other machines before being put into use. When a certain torque is input to the input shaft of the cam indexer, after the intermittent movement of the relevant station The amount of torque within 360° of the output shaft. For example, when the cam indexer is installed and debugged, the torque required by the technician to turn or the torque required to debug the machine.
Dynamic torque
Dynamic torque refers to the torque required for the shaft rotation of the cam indexer during normal operation, because the indexer drive source is driven by the motor, and at the beginning of the selection, the shaft torque of the indexer is subjected to strict selection calculation. As the motor of the drive source, if the motor torque is greater than the maximum torque of the cam indexer body, the indexer will be damaged.
Static torque
The indexer is the main component in the automation system. Its performance and operation will directly affect the stability of the whole system. Generally, in the cam indexer manufacturers, the user will design a reasonable solution for the customer at the beginning of the selection. Therefore, for the torque The design will also be within reasonable limits.