NB142 series adopts the design of integrating its sun gear and input shaft, the design of integrating its output structure. Using high- strength bearing, the product itself is characterized by high load, high precision, and low noise, focusing on the use of automation equipment, various types of packaging, printing, lithium-ion, LCD screens, robots, palletizers, woodworking, doors and windows and other industry sectors.
Product Name: High Precision Planetary Gearbox
Product Series: NB142 Series
Product features: high precision, high load, low noise.
Integrated design concept with high strength bearings ensure the product itself is durable and efficient
A variety of output ideas such as shaft output, flange and gear are available.
Reduction ratios ranging from 3 to 100
Frame design: increases torque and optimises power transmission
Optimised selection of oil seals: reduces friction and laminate transmission efficiency
Protection class IP65
Warranty: 2 years
|Segment number||Double segment|
|Rated output torque||Nm||320||510||610||570||520||470||420||610||570||520||470||420||420|
|Emergency stop torque||Nm||Three times of Maximum Output Torque|
|Rated input speed||Rpm||3000|
|Max input speed||Rpm||6000|
|Service life||hr||20000(10000 under continuous operation)|
|Mounting Position||All directions|
Packaging Machinery Mechanical Hand Textile Machinery
Non Standard automation Machine Tool Printing Equipment
|Application:||Motor, Machinery, Marine, Agricultural Machinery|
|Hardness:||Hardened Tooth Surface|
|Gear Shape:||Helical Gear|
How to Calculate Gear Ratio in a Gearbox
Gear ratio is a fundamental parameter in a gearbox that represents the ratio of the number of teeth between two gears. It determines how much the output gear rotates in relation to the input gear. The formula to calculate gear ratio is:
Gear Ratio (GR) = Number of Teeth on Output Gear / Number of Teeth on Input Gear
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to calculate gear ratio:
- Identify the input and output gears in the gearbox.
- Count the number of teeth on the output gear (the gear connected to the output shaft).
- Count the number of teeth on the input gear (the gear connected to the input shaft).
- Plug the values into the gear ratio formula: GR = Number of Teeth on Output Gear / Number of Teeth on Input Gear.
- Calculate the gear ratio by performing the division.
The gear ratio provides insight into how much the input gear needs to rotate to achieve a certain rotation of the output gear. It influences torque, speed, and direction of rotation in the gearbox.
editor by CX 2023-08-22