HIGH-ACCELERATION SERVO MOTORS CREATE CABLING CHALLENGES
In automated production machines, faster
acceleration and deceleration of motion axes can lead to productivity
gains. It’s no wonder that machine builders have started to adopt new low
inertia servo motors that offer maximum accelerations up to 5g, compared to less than 3g for conventional servo
So what does acceleration have to do with cable?
Experience shows 5g represents a tipping point for servo cables. When subject to accelerations of 5g or greater,
traditional servo cables can experience forces high enough to shorten
their working life dramatically. And keep in mind that rapid
deceleration can be just as punishing on the cable as rapid accelerations.
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