New Planetary Robotic Gearbox from GAM

The noise level of 65dB compared to 69dB of comparable models makes it ideal for MRI applications where low noise levels are critical.

The GPL-V (shaft) and GPL-H (hollow) are our lowest backlash (≤ 0.1 arc minute ) planetary gearboxes for horizontal and vertical robotic applications. A patented design guarantees that the backlash will not increase over the life time of the gearbox. Very high tilting rigidity results in excellent positioning accuracy with a rated 20,000 hours which is over 3x longer than comparable gearboxes in the market.


The noise level of 65dB compared to 69dB of comparable models makes it ideal for MRI applications where low noise levels are critical.

The efficiency is over 90% compared to 70 - 80% of other models allowing for lower power consumption which could result in choosing a smaller motor.

Features include:
• Zero Backlash (< 0.1arcmin)
• High torsional rigidity, torque density, and accuracy
• Torque range from 400-3,000Nm
• 90% Efficiency
• 65 dB noise level
• 20,000 hour service life
• Compact design
• Flange and Hollow output designs
• Right Angle versions
• 7 Frame sizes from 180-330mm
• Subassembly and Fully Enclosed versions
• Ratios from 40-200
• No maintenance


Additional information on the GAM Robotic Planetary Gearboxes can be found at-
https://www.electromate.com/assets/catalog-library/pdfs/gam/GAM-Robotic-Planetary-Gearbox-Specsheet.pdf

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