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MAGPOWR Global Series Brakes

  • Torque is proportional to current
  • Torque independent of speed
  • Smooth control of torque
  • Available in 90 and 24 volt
  • Float mounted on shaft
  • Low cost
  • UL and CE Approved
  • Torque is repeatable
  • Easy control - adjustable while running
  • Smooth starts and stops

MAGPOWR GBA Specifications

  • Rated Torque7.5 Nm
  • Heat Dissipation at 1800 rpm of Outer Member
  • GBA88 W
  • GBA-AIR 295 W
  • Non-Excited Drag Torque0.09 Nm
  • Inertia (WR²) of Rotating Members.00055 kg-m²
  • Weight
  • GBA 5 kg
  • GBA-AIR 7 kg
  • Coil Data (90 VDC)0.16 Rated Current
    361 Ω at 20˚ C
  • Coil Data (24 VDC)0.67 Rated Current
    20.8 Ω at 20˚ C
  • Time Constant (Seconds) 90 and 24 VDC0.06 Current
    0.22 Torque

MAGPOWR GBB Specifications

  • Rated Torque14.9 Nm
  • Heat Dissipation at 1800 rpm of Outer Member
  • GBB85 W
  • GBB-AIR351 W
  • Non-Excited Drag Torque0.09 Nm
  • Inertia (WR²) of Rotating Members0.0013 kg-m²
  • Weight
  • GBB7 kg
  • GBB-AIR8 kg
  • Coil Data (90 VDC)0.21 Rated Current
    278 Ω at 20˚ C
  • Coil Data (24 VDC)0.89 Rated Current
    15.7 Ω at 20˚ C
  • Time Constant (Seconds) 90 and 24 VDC0.09 Current
    0.18 Torque

MAGPOWR GBC Specifications

  • Rated Torque35.2 Nm
  • Heat Dissipation at 1800 rpm of Outer Member
  • GBC155 W
  • GBC-AIR556 W
  • Non-Excited Drag Torque0.31 Nm
  • Inertia (WR²) of Rotating Members0.0034 kg-m²
  • Weight
  • GBC11 kg
  • GBC-AIR13 kg
  • Coil Data (90 VDC)0.32 Rated Current
    186 Ω at 20˚ C
  • Coil Data (24 VDC)1.11 Rated Current
    13.2 Ω at 20˚ C
  • Time Constant (Seconds) 90 and 24 VDC0.10 Current
    0.28 Torque

MAGPOWR GBD Specifications

  • Rated Torque75.9 Nm
  • Heat Dissipation at 1800 rpm of Outer Member
  • GBD195 W
  • GBD-AIR657 W
  • Non-Excited Drag Torque0.76 Nm
  • Inertia (WR²) of Rotating Members0.013 kg-m²
  • Weight
  • GBD17 kg
  • GBD-AIR19 kg
  • Coil Data (90 VDC)0.39 Rated Current
    150 Ω at 20˚ C
  • Coil Data (24 VDC)1.42 Rated Current
    10.2 Ω at 20˚ C
  • Time Constant (Seconds) 90 and 24 VDC0.16 Current
    0.36 Torque

MAGPOWR GBE Specifications

  • Rated Torque135 Nm
  • Heat Dissipation at 1800 rpm of Outer Member
  • GBE320 W
  • GBE-AIR1230 W
  • Non-Excited Drag Torque1.76 Nm
  • Inertia (WR²) of Rotating Members0.014 kg-m²
  • Weight
  • GBE34 kg
  • GBE-AIR39 kg
  • Coil Data (90 VDC)0.45 Rated Current
    129 Ω at 20˚ C
  • Coil Data (24 VDC)1.46 Rated Current
    9.9 Ω at 20˚ C
  • Time Constant (Seconds) 90 and 24 VDC0.56 Current
    1.38 Torque

MAGPOWR GBF Specifications

  • Rated Torque441 Nm
  • Heat Dissipation at 1800 rpm of Outer Member
  • GBF595 W
  • GBF-AIR1930 W
  • Non-Excited Drag Torque4.47 Nm
  • Inertia (WR²) of Rotating Members0.083 kg-m²
  • Weight
  • GBF81.6 kg
  • GBF-AIR86.6 kg
  • Coil Data (90 VDC)0.53 Rated Current
    111 Ω at 20˚ C
  • Coil Data (24 VDC)1.61 Rated Current
    9.21 Ω at 20˚ C
  • Time Constant (Seconds) 90 and 24 VDC1.12 Current
    1.88 Torque

Versatility and flexibility are the real benefits found in MAGPOWR’s Global Series Magnetic Particle Brakes, as they provide smooth, repeatable, controllable torque independent of speed. This makes them suitable for all kinds of power transmission and tensioning applications. Sizes are available from 5.5 to 325 lb-ft of torque.

This line of brakes features state-of-the-art magnetic particle technology and its compact size is due to through-bores on all machined housings for ease of mounting. The M (Metric) series boasts full metric bores and keyways, as well as metric mounting hardware and setscrews to support international design requirements. The brakes are also available as 24 vdc or 90 vdc.

Models available by Rated Torque:
GBA: 7.5 Nm (5.5 lb-ft)
GBB: 14 Nm (11 lb-ft)
GBC: 35 Nm (26 lb-ft)
GBD: 75 Nm (56 lb-ft)
GBE: 135 Nm (100 lb-ft)
GBF: 441 Nm (325 lb-ft)

Global Brake Rebuild

Learn what it takes to replace the Magnetic Particle Material inside a MAGPOWR Global Series Magnetic Particle Brake with Chris Harper, Global Product Manager for Tension Control.

How to Float Mount a Global Series Magnetic Particle Brake

Mike Hemphill demonstrates two methods to float-mount a MAGPOWR Brake; Flush-Frame Mounting and External Strap Mount.