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steute Extreme


// SWITCH CONTROL UNDER EXTREME CONDITIONS


Able to withstand hell on earth


support every step.


We


maxon engineers worked alongside the team developing this unique, paediatric walking therapy machine.


Together, we specified motors, brakes and gearheads delivering high power density, great dynamics and long service life – all fitting a compact design that’s comfortable for young legs.


As a result, paraplegic children enjoy higher quality training, for longer; building up movements the rest of us take for granted.


Slowly, with the system’s help – and their own determination – they learn to walk.


maxon goes the extra mile to really understand your project, and create precisely the right solution.


Because time and effort can change everything. Extreme application down to -60 °C


- Position switches series 98 Extreme, emergency pull- wire switches ZS 71 Extreme, magnetic sensors series RC Extreme


- Temperature range depending on the series from -60 °C to +90 °C - Corrosion-resistant - Protection class up to IP 69K - Ex versions available


Further information at www.steute.co.uk E-mail infouk@steute.com


maxon motor uk, Maxon House, Hogwood Lane, Finchampstead, Berkshire RG40 4QW


Put maxon’s engineers to the test, call:


01189 733 337or visit www.maxonmotor.co.uk ...or scan here


for the full story: maxon RE40 motors fit inside


the compact housing, along with brakes and gearheads


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