Brake & Load Unit
Technical Description of Brake & Load Unit
Many vibration phenomena can only be achieved when the system is under load. The brake and load unit is used to generate vibration as a function of torque, e.g. in toothed gearing mechanisms or electric motors. It consists of a magnetic particle brake and an electric control unit. The braking torque can be finely adjusted on the control unit. The exciter current is applied as a measure of the braking torque and is indicated digitally on a display. An integrated belt drive, with a free shaft, provides the brake with two torque and speed ranges. The energy is converted by the brake into heat and discharged to the ambient air by a fan. The brake can be quickly and precisely mounted on the slotted plate of the base unit.
Specification of Brake & Load Unit
Technical Data of Brake & Load Unit
Direct brake operation
Operation via belt drive
Dimensions and Weight of Brake & Load Unit