Power and functionality unified

With the BG 95 CI, Dunkermotoren successfully launched a compact drive based on a brushless DC motor with an output power of over 1 kW.

The drive with its integrated control and power electronics can provide 1 100 W continuous mechanical output power and has an integrated CANopen interface for an easy integration into a CANopen network. With voltage variants from 24 up to 60 VDC the drive is able to excel in a wide range of applications.http://www.dunkermotor.com/data/images/press/BG95CI_Geschlossen.jpg

http://www.dunkermotor.com/data/images/press/BG95CI_Schnittmodell.jpgThe BG 95 CI convinces not only with a permanent out power of 1 100 W. Elaborated algorithms calculate the warming of the winding and the semiconductors in advance.
Thus, the drive can be temporarily overloaded way above its continuous output power without any damage.

The integrated CANopen interface of the BG 95 CI is compatible with DS402 (cf. IEC 61800-7) and accepts user-friendly quick start instructions. With its robust design and voltage variants from 24 up to 60 VDC the BG 95 CI is suitable for battery applications as well as for applications, in which hydraulics are used up to now.

The space-saving and weatherproof design of the BG 95 CI convinces especially in autonomous shuttles, in industrial automation, in solar applications, in door applications, in medical engineering and in special engineering. To ease the installation, the BG 95 CI is equipped with standard flange and standard shaft according to DIN EN 50347 and a robust plug. CAN IN and CAN OUT connectors are separate, which makes an additional, external T-piece redundant.

The new BG 95 CI is available in two sizes – BG 95×40 and BG 95×80. It extends the modular system of Dunkermotoren in terms of higher output power. It can be combined with planetary and worm gearboxes as well as with encoders and brakes by Dunkermotoren. They are already tailored to the motor during design.

This is an information of Dunkermotoren GmbH in Bonndorf, November 2015.