Diameter 77mm brush DC motors
The DC Motors M77 are the strongest electric DC brush motors produced by Ride.
There are two versions available, M77x40 and M77x60, which differ for their length and, so, for their performances. It is anyway possible to produce personalized versions with a length between these two.
Respect to the motors M63, the DC brush motors M77 offer even more different construction options and more power.
These electric motors are designed to have brush holder and encoder placed rather in the front flange than in the back flange. These possibilities allow fitting the DC brush motor with permanent magnets to the application or to the different gearbox to which they need to be assembled.
Where brush holder and Encoder can be assembled, is only partially shown in these interactive data sheets. For more details it is suggested and necessary a deeper technical discussion.
The electrical and mechanical characteristics, relative to performance curve and standard configurations available, can be in detail analyzed in the dedicated interactive characteristic data sheets, where are indicated the electromechanical data for the standard supply tensions 12V and 24V.
Also for the DC brush motors diameter 77mm it is possible to choose the preferred characteristic curve.
The interactive characteristic curves are available in each datasheet, where it is sufficient writing in the apposite cells the desired value of No-load Rpm and supply tension to let them appear.
Each characteristic curve offers the possibility to see for each working point the values of torque, current, speed and efficiency.
The shafts and the EMC filters can be selected between the available and they are part of the DC brush electric motor M77 configuration.
Eventual requests of special shafts or particular cables can be attached to the “Request for quotation” at the end of each datasheet.
The RIDE DC brush motors offer the option of an in Motor-integrated encoder.
Without compromising the electric performances, it is provided the encoder equipment both for M77x40 and for M77x60 electric motors. In this case the M77 electric motors are called M77x40-H and M77x60-H.
The encoder finds place inside the motor and that allows avoiding the assembling of an external encoder, which would have the consequence of a larger need of space and higher production costs.
The ideal configuration can be selected between the proposed options in each datasheets.
The encoder can have one or two Hall sensors, with 5V or 20V supply tension and the ring magnets can have two or more poles. The list of the available ring magnets compares in the configurator.
For an easier understanding, are represented in each datasheet the pictures of the Hall sensor/s circuits, the cables displacement in the connector, the ring magnets with their different numbers of poles and the output signal diagram of the selected encoder.
At the End of the configuration it is possible to save the PDF of the complete configured DC motor.