• CDF Electromagnetic Power On Clutch (Flange Mounted)

CDF Electromagnetic Power On Clutch (Flange Mounted)

Voltage: 24 VDC
Torque Selection: 5.5~350 Nm
CDF Electromagnetic Power On Clutch (Flange Mounted)

Clutch Structure


Diagram shows the actions of the clutch and spring

  • When the magnetic coil is energized it becomes magnetic, drawing the armature plate over to make contact. At this point the spring is tensioned while no other parts are moving. This minimizes friction and possible looseness. Clutch is engaged.
  • When power to the coil is cut it loses its magnetism. The armature plate is no longer drawn over and the spring pulls it back in place to restore the gap. Clutch is now disengaged.


Special Features:

  • Fast response. Dry design means instant reaction to commands
  • Durability. Excellent heat dissipation and quality materials mean long life, even under high frequency and high performance conditions
  • Easy to install and maintain. Sealed bearing race eliminates the need for removal of the center core. No dust brush is needed, and operation is simpler and easier.
  • No adjustment of the motor. The motor is designed so that it does not need adjustment of the friction surface, and once it is installed only very minor adjustments are needed.
  • Sure motion. One-piece plate will not slip even under the strongest vibration for longer life.