electromagnetic brake


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electromagnetic brake

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′brāk]
(mechanical engineering)
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Table 56: Global Industrial Brakes and Clutches Market (2004 & 2008): Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales by Product Segment - Overrunning Clutches, Electromagnetic Brakes & Clutches, and Permanent Magnet Brakes & Clutches 98
The major products segments analyzed are Overrunning Clutches, Electromagnetic Brakes & Clutches, and Permanent Magnet Brakes & Clutches.
The major products segments analyzed are Overrunning Clutches (Roller Ramp Overrunning Clutches, Sprag Overrunning Clutches), Electromagnetic Brakes & Clutches (Magnetic Particle Brakes & Clutches, Hysteresis Brakes & Clutches, and Spring Set Brakes & Clutches), and Permanent Magnet Brakes & Clutches.
Other custom solution options include the addition of an optical or magnetic encoder, electromagnetic brakes or a combination with gearboxes.
Table 8: World Historic Review for Electromagnetic Brakes &
Table 9: World 10-Year Perspective for Electromagnetic Brakes
Table 15: Electromagnetic Brakes and Clutches Market in
With electromagnetic brakes and ergonomic handles, the system is extremely easy to use, and it offers virtually unlimited projection flexibility through 190 degree orbital rotation.
Additionally, the new C-arms feature electromagnetic brakes, hidden cables, and an easy-to-use operator's console.

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