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FAE Electromagnetic Brake

FAE Electromagnetic Brake

The FAE electromagnetic brake is designed for applications where it is necessary to stop the movement quickly and precisely.

The brake is made up of the stator with the friction material and the rotor, which in turn is made up of the armature with the spring-membrane.

By applying a voltage of 24 Vdc, the coil creates a magnetic field that attracts the armature to stop the movement.



The FAE electromagnetic brake is a positive brake, actuated by current. By establishing a DC voltage in the coil, a magnetic field is generated, so that the stator with the friction-lining brake attracts the armature.

When no current is supplied, the membrane-spring retracts the armature, thereby releasing the brake and allowing the shaft to turn freely.

The FAE electromagnetic brake is characterized by having 3 different types of construction:

  • Construction 1.1: It is the basic brake unit made up of the inducer and the armature, with the riveted spring-membrane to be mounted directly on the pulley or pinion.
  • Construction 1.2 and 1.3: It is made up of the inductor, the armature and the aluminum bushing to be mounted on the axis where the braking action is carried out.
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We can find some of its main features below:

  • Compatible with most manufacturers.
  • Small dimensions.
  • Possibility of supplying power supply with adjustable voltage.


The FAE electromagnetic brake can be used for different types of machinery such as:


We can find the technical sheet or the CAD files through the following downloads:

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