The length of RediMount input housing for any given motor.
1/60th of a degree.
The maximum load in the axial direction that a specific Gearhead can handle as a function of output speed.
The lost motion on the output shaft of a gearhead, while fixing the input and applying a load in both directions.
An application where the Gearhead is running for 4 hours or more, in one direction, without stopping or changing speed.
The torque that a specific Gearhead can handle at a specific speed and calculated life (found in catalog).
An option in the DuraTRUE right angle product line with 2 output shafts making a "T" design.
Micron's most flexible product line with more ratios and output options than any other product.
The time during the duty cycle where the load is at rest.
The measurement of lost power transmitted through the Gearhead.
The solution for a torque requirement when using the "Exact Method" for Gearhead sizing.
Micron's new continuous duty product line.
An accurate way of calculating the torque requirement of a Gearhead (see Micron catalog for details).
A gear whose teeth are cut on the "side" or "face" of the gear for increased load capacity and efficiency.
Micron's program that guarantees a 24 hour shipment on the most popular sizes and ratios.
A quick and simple way of calculating the torque requirement of a Gearhead (Tr = Tm x i x e) where "Tm" is the motor torque, "i" is the ratio and "e" is the efficiency of the Gearhead.
A gear with teeth cut on an angle to its direction of rotation referred to as the "helix" angle to increase load capacity and precision.
Micron's description of a 8 arc-min max backlash product.
An option in the DuraTRUE right angle product line with a hollow or thru bore on the output.
The input component that is tightened to hold the motor shaft in place.
A combination of planetary and parallel shaft spur passes making up a particular Gearhead. Not as strong as a True Planetary design.
A gearhead with the output shaft and input shaft parallel.
The RPM at the input of the Gearhead (usually motor RPM).
The housing between the input and output housing.
The gear that holds that pinion and planet gears and is usually fixed or part of the output housing, also referred to as a ring gear.
The Equivalent Torque divided by the "Q" factor which takes into account the number of cycles/hr.
Micron's lower cost solution, available in both english and metric frame sizes.
An option on the NemaTRUE product for a metric front face and shaft.
An option on the NemaTRUE product for a larger output shaft.
The shaft on the output or "low speed" section of the Gearhead.
The speed at the output shaft of the Gearhead.
A gearing system where the gears are on separate parallel axis with only one point of contact between them - Not as strong as a True Planetary design.
Allowable momentary peak torque for emergency stop or heavy shock loading.
Also called "sun" gear, in a planetary orientation it rotates on same axis as motor shaft and transmits torque to the 3 planet gears.
The 3 gears that rotate around the "sun" or "pinion" gear and transmit load to the Gearhead output shaft.
The gearing technology found in all Micron right angle Gearheads. It is constructed with a face gear and a pinion gear.
Referenced in a chart in the Micron catalog as a way a de-rating the Equivalent torque to take into account the number of cycles/hr.
The maximum load in the radial direction that a specific Gearhead can handle as a function of output speed and the location of the load on the shaft.
Micron's innovative mounting system whose modular design allows easy and error free mounting to any motor.
A gearhead with the output and input shaft perpendicular.
The gear that holds that pinion and planet gears and is usually fixed or part of the output housing, also referred to as an internal gear.
The ability of a section of gearing to recirculate its lubrication for longer life - This occurs in a planetary gear pass.
The aluminum bushing that fits between to the motor shaft and the input hub of the Gearhead.
A gear with straight teeth cut on it's rim parallel to the axis of rotation.
Also called "pinion" gear, in a planetary orientation it rotates on same axis as motor shaft and transmits torque to the 3 planet gears.
A bearing where the inner and outer races are segments of cones and the rollers are tapered for increased radial and axial load capacity.
When the output of the motor or Gearhead has tapped holes on the face instead of thru holes. This is the standard output face for the Micron TRUE.
The "wind up" or lost motion in the Gearhead when applying a load on the output shaft and fixing the input.
A Micron Trademark meaning 100% planetary or that all in-line gear sections within the Gearhead are planetary with no parallel shaft spur gear passes.
Micron's description of a 4 arc-min max backlash product.
Micron's Helical Crowned True Planetary product line with the highest torque and performance for any given frame size.
Micron's new Helical Crowned True Planetary product line with a very competitive price.
Micron's newest and most economical product line.
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