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Latest update： 21/04/2021 13:32:13
RAPIAS ELECTRONICS. Co., Ltd.
Work that impresses customers
We are engaged in the mechatronics and aromatherapy businesses. The mechatronics business involves the development of rotational power transmission mechanism units using patented magnetic force, and in the aromatherapy business, we launched our original essential oil brand LAPIAS, and we do everything from procuring materials to manufacturing and selling products.
- Rotational power transmission mechanism unit using magnetic force
What is a power mechanism that uses magnets?
The gears and cogwheels in traditional mechanisms (including transmission and deceleration functions) that use conventional meshed gears and cogwheels have been replaced with yokes that have a strong permanent magnet made from a material such as neodymium, and these rotate through engagement with the strong attractive force of the magnet. There is a strong line of magnetic force in the yokes facing each other, and that magnetic force transmits power to the opposing yoke.
1. It rotates due to the attractive force of the magnet, so there is almost no noise or vibration. 2. Unlike for meshing gears and cogwheels, you do not need to perform bothersome maintenance, such as lubricating and replacement due to wear. 3. When maximum force (torque) is applied, it slips and protects workpieces, equipment and motors from damage. Use as safety equipment (torque limiter) can prevent accidents and injury. 4. Rotation occurs due to the attractive force of the magnet, so unlike vibration caused by backlash and conventional mechanical meshing of gears and cogwheels, cogging (gears and cogwheels do not rotate smoothly but instead are jerky) is minimized, enabling smooth movement.
Possible fields of use (examples)
Polishing equipment Weed cutters Vacuum cleaners Drive tables We propose unit designs according to the usage plan.
1/(1) Type A: Rotation surface angle - Variable unit (left image below) Rotation surface - Variable unit Rotation surface -90 deg – +90 deg Variable structure 1/(2) Type B: Rotation surface angle - Variable unit (right image below) Rotation axis - Variable unit Rotation axis -30 deg – +30 deg
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- Marketing Support Department, SMRJ