New for 2021, the Pneumatic spring brakes FNAM and FNA are units for work on horizontal axes, with a...
A bistable brake is specially designed for devices where the primary objective is energy saving. Its activation occurs after a small pulse of only 100 milliseconds of duration that, consequently, produces a change of state (goes from positive to negative). When activated, it does not need any power to keep the device braking. Power only should be re-applied if you want to de-brake.
This makes it an ideal brake for devices that require low-power consumption and lower heat dissipation.
The most common applications are spaces where electricity is very appreciated, such as the Aeronautics Sector, Electric Vehicles or energy saving devices.