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About Slim Line

The Slim Line includes spring-pressure single-disc brakes for brake discs mounted non-positive on the shafts to be retarded. The brake disc, which is permanently connected to the shaft, can be designed as a motor fan. Owing to the single-disc brake design, SLIM LINE brakes are particularly flat. Based on the working principle, residual-free lifting is achieved. Electromagnetically-operated spring-pressure brakes build up the braking torque when the current is switched off.

Operating principle
The spring-applied single-surface brake is designed to operate dry. The force generated by an electromagnetic field is utilized to overcome the braking effect produced by the spring force. The spring-applied single-surface brake engages in unpowered condition and releases when DC voltage is applied to the field coil. The force-locked frictional connection between the fan (acting as frictional element) and machine shaft (e.g. motor shaft) ensures that the torque generated by the spring-applied brake (brake torque) is reliably transmitted to the machine (motor).

 

Features at a glance

  • Electrically released
  • With and without built-in rectifier with protection circuits
  • Mounting in any position
  • Brake disc serves as motor fan

Technical details

Description Value
Nominal torque range 0,25 Nm - 3 Nm
Voltage DC 24, 102 V; 1 AC 230 V; 50 oder 60 Hz
Protection class IP 54

Downloads

Need more information?

Brochure | Slim Line | Single surface brake
pdf - 2 MB
Operating instructions | Slim Line | BA 76 13105C0
pdf - 2 MB

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