Tectra Automation supplies a full range of robust electric motors from Bosch Rexroth, to optimise your automation applications, maximising performance and profitability. The range includes synchronous and asynchronous AC electric motors of various designs and capacities.
The new MS2N synchronous motors, recently added to the Bosch Rexroth range, deliver double the max torque of its predecessors.
Our electric motor solutions deliver reliability, excellent energy efficiency, precision and optimal torque.
We also supply a complete range of linear motors, torque motors and gearboxes for your complete servo drive system. Our range is supported in sub-Saharan Africa by Tectra Automation.
Flexible & powerful with max speeds up to 9 000 rpm & torque up to 631 Nm. Compact design & excellent energy efficiency. Ideal in a range of applications incl. ATEX & SIL2.View Products
High precision motors with max rated outputs of 120 kW & speeds up to 11 000 rpm. Easy maintenance. Avail. with fan or liquid cooling. Ideal for servo & main spindle applications.View Products
The compact IndraDyn MSK high torque electric motor sets new standards in automation, with the latest motor technology.
Housed in rugged, explosion-proof enclosures, in accordance with ATEX & UL/CSA regulations. TMSK motors are designed for applications in production plants susceptible to explosive dusts, fumes & vapours.
The new MS2N motors provide high power density for compact machines.
A selection of rotors with lower & medium inertia are available for optimal alignment of motor & load inertia.
Our MSM electric motors are available in five sizes, delivering up to 750 W continuous mechanical power. These are suitable for a wide range of applications.
Compact and powerful, these liquid-cooled asynchronous heavy-duty motors are ideal for torque-demanding applications.
With high power density, these motors are ideal in applications like machine tools, printing presses or metal-forming machinery.
As a Bosch Rexroth company, Tectra Automation provides full aftersales support for the IndraDyn range across Africa.
We maintain a large product-specific spare parts stock, with fully equipped, state-of-the-art repair and refurbishment centres, geared towards minimising potential downtime.
For all spares, get in touch with Tectra Automation. Our expert service crews will help you with any parts or refurbishment requirements.
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As an African leader in automation, we have the expertise to optimise your drive control processes and will help you achieve maximum performance from your electric motors and servo drives.
As part of our turnkey, integrated automation offerings, we also supply pneumatic, vacuum, electric drive and control, process valves and actuators, linear motion and assembly system technology from Bosch Rexroth, as well as other leading brand like Schmalz and OMT.
Our new generation MS2N synchronous electric motors are breaking boundaries in the Electric Drives and Controls industry.
This energy-efficient range includes over 50 motor types in 6 motor sizes, combining top-performing dynamics with compact dimensions.
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An electric servo motor is a self-contained device that converts electrical energy to mechanical energy, creating motion. It pushes or rotates objects. Its precision and power make it ideal in an industrial automation setting.
An electric servo motor consists of: A motor, a potentiometer (a resistor which controls the flow of electric current) and a control circuit. The motor is attached to the control wheel by means of gears. When the motor rotates, the gears are turned. The potentiometer’s resistance changes, regulating the direction and size of the motor’s movement.
In a servo motor, an electrical pulse is sent through the control wire and this turns a rotor. The electrical pulse has variable width (called pulse width modulation, PWM). The motor’s movement and position are determined by the PWM through the control wire.
A servo motor holds its position, even against external force and thus it provides torque.
Electric servo motors are available in a diverse range of sizes and torque densities, making them ideal in a range of applications where they precisely control the position of a rotary motor or a linear actuator.
Using the working principle of Pulse Width Modulation (PWM), where the angle of rotation is controlled by the pulse duration.