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FELDKIRCHEN, Germany, June 7, 2021 — Low-Noise GearboxesThe GP56-N series of low-noise gearboxes from Nanotec Electronic GmbH & Co. KG are designed for high loads.

For brushless direct-current motors and stepper motors with flange sizes of 56 and 60 mm, the devices’ helical toothing allows the teeth to mesh gradually, resulting in a smoother transmission of forces to reduce vibrations and noise. Because the planetary gears and the ring gear consist of a high-quality, low-wear plastic, the new gearboxes are up to 10 dB quieter than conventional, straight-geared metal gearboxes.

The devices are available in one- and two-stage versions in nine different reductions between 3:1 and 35:1, offering an output torque from 1.5 to 11.8 nm. For use in harsh environments, the gearboxes are protected against penetration by dust and liquids according to IP54. Uses include applications in medical devices and building automation.



Published: June 2021
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