Industry-standard mounting dimensions
Thread-in mounting style
Four gear ratios available (5:1, 10:1, 15:1, 25:1)
Mounting hardware is included for attaching to SureServo motors
Right-angle reducer utilizes a spiral bevel gear; motor can be located at a 90 deg. placement from the reducer, providing a more compact footprint
Helical-cut planetary gears for peaceful operation and reduced vibration
Uncaged needle roller bearings for high rigidity and torque
Adapter bushing connection for basic and effective attachment to most servo motors
High-viscosity, anti-separation grease will not migrate away from the gears; simply no leakage through the seal
Maintenance free: you don’t need to replace the grease for the life span of the unit
At nominal speed, service life is usually 20,000 hours
Can be situated in any orientation
Planetary Gear – THE PERFECT Servo Gear System
Planetary Gear Advantages:
High Torque Density
High Stiffness/ Low lost motion
Suitable for high speeds
Servomotor with Gearbox:
Reduced load inertia
Lower motor torque required
Smaller electric motor, lower current ranking, less costly driver
A far more compact and economical solution
Right Position Miter Gearbox Standard Features
Dimensions: right angle miter equipment drive is 3-21/32″ x 3-15/16″ x 1-1/4″ deep
40% glass filled polypropylene
Weight: 10 ounces
Shafts: Ground high-tensile metal. Any shaft can be utilized as a drive.
Gears: Hardened directly miter gears
Bearings: Hardened metal ball bearings, long term lubrication
Mounting: Three shaft mounting positions provide versatility in application
Versatile: 3 shaft connections are given for versatility in application
RAB-1 could be operated CW, CCW or BACK driven
RAB-1 is rated at 1/3 HP at 1800 RPM. Maximum quickness is 3000 RPM
Benefits and Cost Savings
Longer service life
Greater tooth-to-tooth contact
The most efficient power transfer design under rated load conditions
Stainless steel shaft (Make sure you specify series stainless required)
Longer shafts lengths upon input and output
Right Angle Drives Made with Advanced Quality Construction
Ever-Power 2-Way Right Position Gearboxes transmit power with noiseless, reliable spiral bevel gears. These premium bevel gearmotors feature hardened spiral bevel gears and nonmagnetic stainless-metal shafts. Our Two-Way 90° Gearboxes are also compact and show multiple mounting choices. The fully enclosed design guarantees the integrity of the internal gears.
Additionally, the cast aluminum housing of Ever-Power s premium quality Right Angle 2-Way Gearboxes are designed for maximum strength and heat dissipation. The drives can be found with shafts of 3/8”, 1/2″, 5/8” and 3/4″ diameter in both 1:1 and 2:1 ratios. We are able to quote several exclusive types of shafts aswell, including:
Two Way 90 Degree Gearbox Applications
Ever-Power Right Position Miter Gearboxes are used throughout a large number of industries in hundreds of applications. Any use that demands the reliable transfer of speed or power, you could look for a two-method gearbox bearing the Ever-Power brand. The small design of Ever-Power Two-Way Right-Angle Gearboxes makes them perfect for applications such as:
Food Processing Equipment
Ovens & Dryers
Power Transmission Equipment
Ever-Power Inc, offering the most dependable and reliable transfer of power available. Our company is known for its innovative designs and producing high-quality movement control solutions made for engineered performance and durability. We provide a range of gearbox styles and a wide selection of versatile shaft couplings to supply you with a complete solutions for your mechanical and power transmitting applications.
Right Angle Gearbox
Right angle gearboxes are seen as a the actual fact that the drive shaft and the output shaft are organized at an angle of 90 degrees. Depending on the gearbox type, the axes can intersect in a plane or cross on two parallel planes, which results in an axis offset.
Right angle gearboxes are recognized with various kinds of gear teeth or a combination of different gearing types. The most famous single-stage gearbox types are bevel and worm.
Due to the high solitary stage ratios and the reduced efficiency level, worm gears can achieve a self-locking impact. With worm gears it is also possible to possess a hollow shaft as the drive shaft.
Bevel gearboxes come with different types of gearing. Bevel gearboxes with intersecting axes are noticed using bevel gearing with directly, helical or spiral teeth. Hypoid gearboxes possess helical bevel gearing with that your axes cross with an axis offset. The bandwidth of technically practical ratios with that your bevel gear stage can be realized is bigger with hypoid gearboxes than with the classical bevel gear teeth.
Bevel gearboxes can also be combined with additional gearbox types. A regular application in this respect is the mixture with a planetary gearbox, whereby the planetary gearbox can be connected upstream or downstream. This results in an array of overall multiplication elements and wide variety of uses in lots of industrial applications.
The efficiency level of bevel gearboxes is normally less than that of coaxial spur gearboxes, particularly in comparison to planetary gearboxes. This is because the bevel equipment stage generates a high degree of axial push and radial power, which needs to be absorbed by appropriate bearings. This escalates the power loss, which is particularly notable in the drive stage of the gearbox.
The operating noise and the transmittable torques of classic bevel gearboxes are also less than with single spur equipment teeth. Hypoid gearboxes, on the other hand, are incredibly noisy and may transmit huge amounts of torque, but a considerable amount of bearing load takes place in the bevel gear stage of these gearboxes.
In summarizing, a right angle gearbox is generally used when the amount of installation space in the application form is bound, or an angular arrangement between your drive and the output is necessary by the application. Also, they are used in cases where the input shaft must be hollow to be able to business lead through lines or make use of clamping sets.
The advantages of right angle gearboxes:
Use when installation space is limited
Can be coupled with other styles of gearbox
Quiet and high amount of torque when working with hypoid gearboxes
Version with hollow shaft possible
The disadvantages of right angle gearboxes:
Lower efficiency level than planetary gearbox
Lower torques in single-stage ratio range
The Ever-Power, the initial right angle gearbox drive, is more popular and is used worldwide. The Ever-Power provides manual or power tranny of rotary movement in a COMPACT, standardized right angle unit.
Our standard type of bevel gearboxes can be found from stock in both an In . and Metric Series, one or dual result shafts, 1:one or two 2:1 ratios, and grease lubricated for life and also have an operating temperature range of – 65 degrees F to + 200 degrees F ( – 54 degrees C to + 93 degrees C). Utilizing carburized case-hardened Coniflex* bevel gears, all Ever-Power units utilize totally enclosed & sealed ball bearings.
The cast aluminum housings on our 90 level gearboxes are precision machined, upon our CNC machining center and then coated with a chemical substance film to safeguard the materials, and use flanged ends and side bosses for compact installation in a wide variety of applications.
The shaft material used for sizes 1, 2 and 3 is #416 stainless steel. On the two 2:1 models, the pinion shaft is usually carbon metal. For the sizes 4 & 5, the material is dark oxide carbon steel. Shafts can be given particular extensions (with flats, splines, holes, etc.) and /or specific lengths upon ask for.
In addition to your standard models, we will modify our units to meet up your design specifications! Our product sales and engineering departments are ready to support you with your specific application requirements.
Over the years we’ve received questions about nearly every aspect of the gearbox selection procedure. One of the queries we’ve had a few times is, “What is a right-angle gearbox or a right-position drive?” Or, more specifically, “How is certainly a right-angle gearbox or drive not the same as a quickness reducer or other types of gearboxes?”
First, let’s focus on some basic terminology. It isn’t uncommon for the conditions “gearbox”, “drive” and “quickness reducer” to be utilized interchangeably.
A gearbox is any gadget that runs on the gear train to transmit torque/rpm and whatever uses a gear to transmit torque/rpm is a gearbox.
A right-angle drive is a system with a gear train that may transmit torque/rpm 90 degrees, to carefully turn a corner
A equipment reducer is a system with a gear train that may reduce rpm output. A result of decreasing rpm is increasing torque at the same ratio quickness is reduced.
A gear box can also be a speed increaser
The type of gear used in the apparatus box defines it as the right angle or an inline drive.
A worm gear drive is a right-angle drive as is a bevel gear
A spur equipment drive is inline
A helical equipment is inline but can also be a right-angle drive
So, what is a right-angle gearbox?
A right-angle gearbox is a gearbox with a right-angle change in direction of the shaft. It can be a 1 to at least one 1 ratio or a multiple of just one 1 such as for example 2:1 or 15:1. If the ratio is 1:1 it really is a right-position drive. If the ratio can be greater than 1:1 it is a right-angle quickness reducer.
High torque ball bearing design
Solid one-piece aluminum housing seals gears from outdoors contaminants for smooth operation
Right- or left-hands rotation to convert power either direction
Easily slides axially along the drive or driven shaft for flexible positioning
Alloy steel helical gears for high performance
Built-in 5 sizes with three types of output shaft : hollow, projecting or double-extended. Moreover, an additional output shaft could be installed opposing to the insight shaft.
Three input types are available : with projecting input shaft, with pre-designed motor coupling (bell and joint) and pre-engineered Small motor coupling.
Gear device body in engineering cast iron, EN GJL 200 UNI EN 1561 ribbed internally and externally to ensure rigidity and machined on all areas for easy positioning. The single lubrication chamber ensures improved warmth dissipation and better lubrication of all internal components.
The mechanism of the gearboxes includes two Ever-Power spiral bevel gears with precision lapped profile, 16CrNi4 or 18NiCrM05 manufactured from steel.
The use of high quality bearings on all the axis ensures long life to the gearbox and allows very high radial and axial loads.
Gearbox casing, flanges, bells and covers are externally painted with BLUE RAL 5010.