Belt type (BD)
Three types that are newly added to the TRANSERVO series, slider table type, rotary type, and belt type, are introduced. Universality, energy-saving and low impact achieved with multi-position positioning unique to motorized devices.
The compact size supports a maximum 2000 mm strokes.
01 New control method combines the best features of servo and stepping motors!
Stepping motors provide great features such as low cost , yet they have a drastic drop in torque at high speeds and heavy current consumption when stopped.
The TRANSERVO by YAMAHA eliminates all these problems by adopting an innovative vector control method. In effect, the TRANSERVO delivers the same functions of a servo motor while using a lower cost stepping motor.
Control is basically the same as a servomotor so power consumption is kept to a minimum, which saves energy and helps cut down on CO2 emissions.
Also perfect stop can be achieved as the same as with ordinary stepping motors so choose this setting if needed.
02 Environmentally rugged resolver provides closed loop control
The resolver used for detecting the motor position is the same reliable resolver as used in our high-level robots. Resolver offer stable position detection even in harsh environments containing dust or oil, etc. Addtionally the resolution of the resolver is 20480 pulses per revolution.
01 Belt type applicable to long stroke
- Applicable to up to 2000 mm-stroke.
- High speed movement at a speed of up to 1500 mm/sec. can be made.
- Maximum payload 14 kg
- Main body can be installed without disassembling the robot.
- Shutter is provided as standard equipment. This prevents grease scattering or entry of foreign object.
|Motor||28□Step motor||42□Step motor||56□Step motor|
|Repeated positioning accuracy (mm) *1||+/-0.1||+/-0.1||+/-0.1|
|Equivalent lead (mm)||48||48||48|
|Maximum speed (mm/sec)*2||1100||1400||1500|
|Maximum payload (kg)||1||5||14|
|Static loading moment
|Maximum outside dimension of body cross-section (mm)||W40+H101.9||W58+H123||W70+H147.5|
|Cable length (m)||Standard：1 / Option：3,5,10|
|Speed vs. payload graph|
*1. Positioning repeatability in one direction.
*2. The speed may vary depending on the payload. Check the speed vs. payload graph (reference).