Several key technical parameters of planetary reducer

Several key technical parameters for weighing the performance of the planetary reducer are: reduction ratio, average life, additional output torque, return clearance, full load power, noise, axial/radial force and duty temperature. 1. Number of segments (series)

  The sun gear and its surrounding planetary gears form an independent reduction gear train. If there is only one gear train in the reducer, we call it "one stage (stage)" in order to obtain a larger reduction ratio, and multiple stages (stages) of transmission are required. 2. Additional output torque

  Refers to the allowable output torque when temporarily responsible under additional load.The maximum output torque is 3 times the value.

  3. Backhaul clearance (back clearance)

  When the input end is fixed, the output end rotates clockwise and counterclockwise, when the output end generates a torque of ±2% of the extra torque, there is a huge angular displacement at the output end of the reducer wheel, and this angular displacement is the return clearance.Units are "arc minutes" (i.e. 1/1 of a degree)

  4. Convergence version planning

  It is suitable for various servo motors and other motor devices, and the installation is simple.

  5. Reduction ratio

  Ratio of output speed to input speed

  6. Average life expectancy

  Refers to the duty moment of the reducer under extra load and extra speed.Reduce service life by 1/2 when working continuously

  7. Full load power

  Refers to the transmission power of the reducer under the maximum load condition.It is a key purpose of weighing the reducer. The reducer with high full load power generates less heat and has high overall performance.

  8. Noise

  This value is measured when the input speed is 3000 rpm, without load, and one meter away from the reducer.

  9. Responsibility temperature