Chain Couplings Chain Couplings

· Couplings are machine components designed to connect two separate rotating bodies and transmit a torque between them. They allow various misalignments (Lateral/Angular/Axial) of the rotating bodies to be absorbed, and alleviate installation and adjustment work loads. Furthermore, they protect expensive inter-connected machine components from sudden and unexpected excess loads by breaking and disconnecting. Please select appropriate coupling type from the provided chart based on your application specific needs. · For applications with frequent direction reversals, choose a coupling with max. torque capacity 2 ~ 5 times of the motor's peak torque. · For servo motor applications, choose a servo motor and calculate the compensation torque according to the formula below. Choose a coupling with max. torque capacity of the calculated compensation torque. (Formula) Compensation Torque = Motor's Peak Torque x Compensation Factor * For Compensation Factor, please see products page. ·
Compensation factor is for reference when using couplings with servo motors in general. Please use the values as reference. · Ensure that the specification parameters such as Allowable Torque, Max. Rotational Speed and Dimensions listed in this catalog are properly applicable to your application. · Resin spacer couplings such as Oldham and Jaw Types have allowable torque values that vary depending on operation temperatures. Select couplings by multiplying couplings Allowable Torque, Max. Rotational Speed, etc by Temperature Compensation Factor in the right hand table.

· Couplings are machine components designed to connect two separate rotating bodies and transmit a torque between them. They allow various misalignments (Lateral/Angular/Axial) of the rotating bodies to be absorbed, and alleviate installation and adjustment work loads. Furthermore, they protect expensive inter-connected machine components from sudden and unexpected excess loads by breaking and disconnecting. Please select appropriate coupling type from the provided chart based on your application specific needs. · For applications with frequent direction reversals, choose a coupling with max. torque capacity 2 ~ 5 times of the motor's peak torque. · For servo motor applications, choose a servo motor and calculate the compensation torque according to the formula below. Choose a coupling with max. torque capacity of the calculated compensation torque. (Formula) Compensation Torque = Motor's Peak Torque x Compensation Factor * For Compensation Factor, please see products page. ·
Compensation factor is for reference when using couplings with servo motors in general. Please use the values as reference. · Ensure that the specification parameters such as Allowable Torque, Max. Rotational Speed and Dimensions listed in this catalog are properly applicable to your application. · Resin spacer couplings such as Oldham and Jaw Types have allowable torque values that vary depending on operation temperatures. Select couplings by multiplying couplings Allowable Torque, Max. Rotational Speed, etc by Temperature Compensation Factor in the right hand table.

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