Archive for March 2014

Omron introduces new E32-LT/LD cylindrical fiber heads with built-in lens

March 31, 2014

Omron, E32-LT/LD cylindrical fiber heads with built-in lens

The E32-LT/LD fiber series with built-in lens is the latest addition to our vast fiber optic portfolio. These new fiber units provide significant performance enhancement compared to standard fiber heads. Offered at an affordable price, they are an attractive alternative to solutions with separate lenses.

The new E32-LT/LD series contains M4 through-beams and M6 diffuse models with single-core and multi-core/high-flex fiber quality.

Contact Innovative-IDM for more information or to order your Omron E32-LT/LD cylindrical fiber heads with built-in lens at 877-906-2100 or email us at info@iidm.com.  Remember us for all of your Omron needs.

Wago Fuse terminal blocks

March 28, 2014

Wago, fuse terminal blocksThe series 2002 offers fuse terminal blocks for 5×20 mm and mini-automotive fuses.Like all TopJob-S terminal blocks, these are compact, and offer quick and easy wiring with push-in technology for solid or ferruled conductors and screwdriver actuation for stranded conductors.

If you would like more information or to order your fuse terminal blocks contact Innovative-IDM at 877-906-2100 or email us at info@iidm.com.

Yaskawa SJME Junma Servo Motor

March 24, 2014
  • Junma servomotors have an integral 16 bit encoder and are available with an integral holding brake for reducing the number of components in your system.
  • Quick disconnect power and encoder cables provide plug and play connectivity from the Junma amp to the Junma motor.
  • All Junma motors are tested and documented with a matched servo amplifier or SERVOPACK. These combinations optimize the amp and the motor for high performance, low cost, and small size.
  • Junma servo motors provide 7 times the acceleration power than a stepper motor of comparable volume.

Yaskawa, SJME Junma Servo Motor

For more information or to order your SJME Junma Servo Motor contact Innovative-IDM at 877-906-2100 or send us an email at info@iidm.com.

Buzz welcomes Herb Irizarry to Innovative-IDM

March 21, 2014

Join Buzz in welcoming Herb Irizarry to Innovative-IDM! Herb joins Innovative-IDM after three years with Brawer Bros., Inc. in Hawthorne, NJ and three years with Couristan in Fort Lee, NJ. Herb grew up in Newark, NJ and earned his associate’s of business administration from Berkeley College. His hobbies and interests include volunteering as a firefighter, playing basketball and spending time with his family.

Buzz welcomes Herb Irizarry to Innovative-IDM

Yaskawa P1000 AC Drive

March 21, 2014

The P1000 drive provides simple, reliable, cost-effective control for variable-torque loads through 1000 HP. Specific application features, energy savings, and network connectivity make the P1000 a great choice for industrial fans and pumps.

The P1000 Configured package provides a P1000 drive in a NEMA 1 (UL Type 1) or NEMA 12 (UL Type 12) enclosure, with space for factory-mounted and wired options, such as reactors, filters, circuit breakers, fuses, network communications and I/O cards, etc.

Yaskawa, P1000 Drive,AC Drives

If you would like more information or would like to order your P1000 drive contact Innovative-IDM at 877-906-2100 or send us an email at info@iidm.com.

Yaskawa SGMJV Sigma-5

March 17, 2014

The SGMJV small capacity brushless servomotor can be used in a variety of applications. Some characteristics of this motor line are as follows:

Medium inertia

  • Instantaneous peak torque (350% of rated torque)
  • Mounted high resolution serial encoder: 13 or 20-bit
  • Maximum speed: 6,000 rpm
  • Wide selection: 50 to 750W capacity, holding brake and gear options

Yaskawa, SGMJV Sigma-5If you would like more information or to order your SGMJV Sigma-5 contact Innovative-IDM at 877-906-2100 or send us an email at info@iidm.com.

Beware the Ides of March: The 2,058th Anniversary of Caesar’s Assassination

March 15, 2014

Et tu, Brute?

“Beware, the Ides of March” That was the soothsayer’s warning to his Emperor. And so on March 15, 44 B.C, Caesar was assassinated, stabbed 23 times by is close friends. The words “And you, too, Brutus?” have become Shakespearean symbolism for the ultimate betrayal.

There is very little evidence of any industrial Very automation or controls in this scene, except for the automation of all of the daggers and knives.

Today is the Ides of March. Are you wary, or simply thinking about the green beer you’ll jam on in 48 hours?

4 Ways To Reduce Variable Frequency Drive Downtime

March 14, 2014

Variable frequency drives are probably one of the greatest inventions in modern automation. If you aren’t using one of these things yet, trust me you will be soon. They’re always getting less expensive, easier to use and the applications are virtually endless.

Virtual Frequency Drives are very instrumental in a lot of different applications and therefore their uptime is critical. If you’ve ever had to replace one, you already know it can be a bit cumbersome to replace because it almost certainly means that a motor somewhere is not running; which probably means downtime for your business.

So, there are a number of things that you should keep in mind when using your Variable Frequency Drive.

1. The #1 killer of VFD’s is heat. These components have high voltage running through them and heat is a result of that fact.

2. To mitigate heat VFD’s have fans that are always running and as a result the fans are the parts that most frequently fail. That means you want to replace your fans before they fail to avoid damaging your VFD as a result of overheating.

3. VFD’s have massive heat sinks that draw heat away from the unit and into the atmosphere. As dust and other contaminants accumulate on the heat sinks their efficiency decreases and can lead to damage of your VFD. This can be avoided by using compressed air on a regular basis to keep your heat sinks clean.

4. Dust is a huge killer of electronic components and you want to keep your VFD clean and clear of dust as much as possible. A protective cabinet can do a great job of protecting your VFD from dust and other particles and contaminants. Always be sure that the NEMA or the IP Rating on the cabinet is suitable for the environment where your VFD will be used.

5. Using proper electrical filters is another way to ensure the longevity of your VFD unit, both the line side (electric company to VFD) and the load side (VFD to motor) should be protected.

These investments may cost a bit more in the beginning but they a well worth it over the long-term for savings in repair, replacements and most of all downtime.

If you have any questions or would like to speak with one of our service representatives give us a call: 877-906-2100

After all, Innovative IDM is the “Home Of The Legendary Customer Experience!”

Parker Rotary Servo Motors

March 14, 2014
  • Sizes 92, 100, 115, 142, 190 and 270mm
  • 12 to 1295 in-lbs continuous torque
  • High torque density packaging
  • Segmented Lamination Design
  • Brushless Construction
  • High performance Neodymium magnets
  • Thermistor Protection
  • 2000 line incremental, Resolver, Single/Multi-turn Absolute, and Serial – “Q” Encoder feedback.
  • Right Angle “Rotateable” connections
  • 3 – 21 day delivery
  • Full Customizations available
  • CE / UL Compliant

Parker, MPP Series Motors

If you would like more information or would like to order your rotary servo motors contact Innovative-IDM at 877-906-2100 or send us an email at info@iidm.com.

The Head Bangin’ Billy Goats make it a 3Peat

March 13, 2014

Head Bangin Billy Goats Feb 2014 Resized
“Toat’s McGoats!!” they won LCS cup three times in a row, a rare occurance but it does happen. Congratulations Head Bangin’ Billy Goats for accomplishing such a feat for December, January and February in DFW. Team captain Gina Arredondo says “3 IN A ROW…WHAT MORE CAN WE SAY…LEGENDARY!!!!,” and team member Roberto Ponce says “Don’t mess with the Goat’s.” Toat’s McGoats? yeah Toats!..McGoats yes again.