SM 5/10-TC1 - Servo Module - BOSCH
This BOSCH SM 5/10-TC1 servo module is available from stock. This drive belongs to the SERVODYN-T range.
SM 5/10-TC1 : DC 520V, 5A. Peak current: 10A
This SM 5/10-TC1 servo module is at your disposal to replace your defective equipment and has a guarantee adapted to your needs.
Bosch inverter systems are of modular construction. At least one supply and one servo module are required to make up an operative installation.
The supply module generates a DC link voltage and various supply voltages (for logic and driver circuits) from the mains (3 x 380 - 3 x 415 V).
The individual modules are connected to one another by plug-in cables which are supplied with them.
On an installation with several modules up to 10 SM modules can be connected to one supply module, depending on the size of the modules.
Since the mechanical construction and the electrical connection to the supply module are the same as for the ASM system (inverter system for standard asynchronous motors) as well as the SPM system (inverter system for controlled spindle drives) combinations of these systems are possible (for instance 3 SM modules and 1 SPM module for the main spindle
Bosch AC inverters of the SM..-T range allow optimum utilization of the brushless Bosch servo motors.
ln conjunction with a rotor position recognition function and a brushless tacho the servo module regulates the motor torque and motor speed.
In a inverter stage with power semiconductors voltages and currents are generated in such a way that the machine can produce the required torque at any speed.
Bosch Rexroth is one of the world leaders in drive and control technology. Under the Rexroth brand, the company creates bespoke power, control and actuation systems with applications in industrial automation, mobile equipment and the renewable energy sector.
The Bosch Rexroth product range covers all drive and control systems in all sectors of the industry.
The company was born in 2001 from the merger between Bosch Automationstechnik and Mannesmann Rexroth. It perpetuates the entrepreneurial tradition of both companies under one roof, a tradition that dates back to 1795 for the Rexroth family, and 1886 for the Bosch family.