Renowned for its various successes in the engineering field, Bosch is the number one choice for persons who want efficient and cost-effective automation. In fact, numerous companies in all parts of the world have machines fitted with motors manufactured by Bosch.
These motors are put into groups called series. One series to look out for is the MSK series. Here, we will take a look at one particular member of the MSK series called the MSK071E-0200-NN-M1-UG0-NNNN, and hopefully, it will help to make your deciding on a motor much easier.
To learn about this model, the best thing you can do is read the detailed manual produced to Bosch. While it is pretty simple, it can be a long read especially if you don’t have the time. So, here’s what you need to know:
MSK in its name stands for the MSK series and 071 tells us that that is its size. Its frame length is E. For its windings code, the answer is 0200.
The MSK071E-0200-NN-M1-UG0-NNNN has natural cooling. We know this because that is what the letters NN stand for. The encoder type for this model is a M1 or optical encoder that has a multiturn-absolute hiperface with 128 signal periods. This encoder is only available for with other design “NNNN”, which will be explained below.
MSK071E-0200-NN-M1-UG0-NNNN has an electrical connector that is rotatable by 240°. That is what the U stands for. Beside it is a G. This G means the shaft is smooth with a shaft sealing ring (standard). 0 means that this model does not come with holding brake.
Finally, NNNN means that the MSK071E-0200-NN-M1-UG0-NNNN is the standard design for this motor.
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