140 W | 0.185 Nm | 7221 rpm | 48 V
The new TQ-ILM-E series offers torque density low weight for the most challenging applications. Whether in automation, medical technology, mechanical engineering, aviation and robotics, they enable designers to overcome technological boundaries.
The new ILM-E series from TQ-RoboDrive are a cost-effective alternative to our premium ILM series and offers the essential TQ-RoboDrive performance at an excellent price/performance ratio. Particularly noteworthy is that the ILM-E series has the same torque per kilogram as the Premium ILM series.
In addition, TQ-RoboDrive offers customized frameless motors based on the ILM-E, which can be adapted to the individual customer requirements via the number of windings and the lengths. This means that the performance of the motors can be adapted to your personal needs.
The ILM (Innen Läufer Motor) is based on the development of the DLR (German Aerospace Center). In order to be able to produce this powerful drive more cost-effectively, TQ has developed the ILM-E series. To this end, much of the ILM's manual manufacturing was automated. This enables a better price-performance ratio with similar product properties as the ILM.
The new ILM-E series from TQ-RoboDrive offers:
The diverse applications range from handling, assembly automation, industrial robots, cobots, to power tools, industrial trucks, industrial equipment, measuring machines, etc.
The new drive is indispensable in laboratory equipment such as centrifuges and mixers, but also in surgical robots, surgical tables, microscopes and – since it's clinically pure - in dialysis machines, in X-ray machines, CTs, but also in exoskeletons, etc.
The TQ-Group has been promoting innovative start-ups for many years and supports them with development know-how, marketing campaigns and attractive purchase prices for TQ components. These companies also include Kea Robotics, a team of 13 robot experts located in Munich. Kea developed the world's first fully-fledged modular industrial robot - the robot's modules are moved exclusively with ILM-E servo motors from TQ.