STOBER’s EZHD, EZHP, and EZM are all Rockwell Enabled. They work with the Kinetix 6500 Version 23 and up as well as the Kinetix 5700 Version 2 and up. They utilize Heidenhein Endat 2.2 digital single turn absolute positioning.
To enable the motor, choose the correct STOBER motor from the drop-down menu. On the feedback tab, choose alignment = motor offset. This will trigger the drive to use the commutation offset that is stored in the nameplate.
If you wish to test the motor, you can highlight the motion group you are using and select motion direct commands. Select the command you want to use and click execute to start the command.
If you need any assistance, please contact STOBER at 606-759-5090.
“At an average of $175/sq ft, space requirements can easily be a million-dollar problem.”
Floor space is expensive and uncompromising, limits the ability to place more machines, and increases production. STOBER can reduce equipment footprint by 20%, along with minimizing maintenance and components. STOBER’s large selection is ideal for the diverse needs of packaging. Continuous/intermittent applications can be filled for dry, wash-down, and ready to eat environments.
STOBER released its next generation EZ hollow bore motor series. The hollow bore is ideal for high speed applications where air or electrical wires need to pass through the motor. The advantages of this product line are the shorter length for more compact solutions, high torque density, optional braking, and a hollow bore. It also offers flexibility with compact size and mounting, dual shafted output, increased accuracy and speed, and stronger bearings.
What’s the difference between an EZHD, EZHP, and EZM? EZHD is a hollow bore motor with a direct drive. There is no gearing in this unit. The EZHP is a hollow bore motor with integrated gearing. The EZM is a hollow bore motor that can drive a nut from the ball screw.
STOBER has ATEX certified gearboxes for explosive environments. Our ATEX rating meets 2014/34/EU directive, has a protection level for gas and dust, and can handle temperature class of T4 and T3 (275-392°F).
Having an ATEX certified gearbox can:
Help certify your machine as ATEX rated
Protect against potential ignition source, such as mechanically generated sparks, electrostatic discharge, and high surface temperatures
Our gearboxes can be configured to accept a manual override, such as a hand wheel or wrench. STOBER’s solutions can be designed to fit your needs.
STOBER is exhibiting at the Process Expo in Chicago, September 19-22. This show includes food and beverage processors and equipment manufacturers. STOBER will be highlighting our stainless steel and food duty gear reducers, as featured in Power Transmission Engineering. All units are lubed for life with food grade oil and require zero maintenance. Our products are also IP69K Certified and USDA Accepted Equipment.
Do you want to save space in your application? This can be done with a STOBER geared motor. By utilizing an integral unit, you can save over 20% in length by eliminating motor adapter plates and coupling. Not only can you save space but you can also take advantage of less inertia and a higher torque density.
Do you need a motor that works with Kinetix 5700 and 6500? STOBER has an extensive offering of Rockwell enabled servo motors. You can size them in your design with Rockwell’s online sizing and selection tool, Motion Analyzer!
STOBER’s hollow bore motor is an ideal solution for passing cables and pipes through the motor. It is available as a direct drive or with gearing ratios of 3, 9, or 27:1. The ball screw servo motor is designed to directly drive a spindle nut. It is compact and is designed for universal mounting to the spindles.
In addition to stand alone motors, STOBER offers geared motors. Our gearboxes mount directly to our servo motors, eliminating the need for a motor coupling, adapter, coupling housing, and other additional components. Visit our website to learn more!
The next generation of STOBER’s hollow bore motors has been released. These motors are available as direct drive or with an integrated planetary gear for ratios of 3, 9, or 27:1. This series is an ideal solution for passing cables, tooling and pipes through the motor.
The compact motor allows for minimum space between rolls/spindles. Mounting options include flange mount, shrink ring mount and coupling mounts. Options for this series include magnetic brake, water or forced air cooling, and manual handwheel.
In addition to the hollow bore offering, STOBER also has a Ball Screw servo motor. It is designed to directly rotate the ball screw nut as the shaft of the ball screw passes through the motor. Our ball screw motor accepts many common ball screw nuts from various manufactures.
STOBER Hollow Bore motors are designed to interface with several 3rd party drives, including B&R, Beckhoff, Bosch, Control Techniques, Kollmorgen, Rockwell Automation, Siemens, and more.
69% of machine designers say shorter product development schedules are their top challenge, according to the Aberdeen Group. Optimize Floor Space. Reduce Components. Simplify Design. STOBER can help you do all of that and more. Talk to our engineers who have done tens of thousands of packaging machines.
Traditional planetary gearboxes require additional components, such as belts, pulleys, mounting brackets, guards, and more. These extra pieces mean longer installation times, more cost, and increased operating danger.
Contact us today at 606-759-5090 to learn how we can reduce your development schedule for your packaging machine.