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Houston, TX

Transportation

27 April 2020

Aircraft Window Shades

Warner Electric XS Brakes for Aircraft Window Shades

A European motor manufacturer needed a very small, lightweight brake for integration into an electric window shade system for luxury business jets. The system allows passengers or crew to raise and lower shades on one or all windows simultaneously on the aircraft with a push of a button.

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21 September 2018

Ec-marathon Vehicle

SFM Clutch Coupling & CSK Overrunning Clutches for Eco-marathon Vehicle

Thomas More University (TMU), located in Belgium, entered a team of 10 engineering students into the 2018 Shell Eco Marathon. The annual design challenge pits university engineering teams from around the world to design and build highly efficient vehicles.

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18 January 2017

Locomotive Hybrid Transmission

Warner Electric Clutch Drives Forward Hybrid Transmissions Technology

As fossil fuels continue to diminish, engineers are working hard to perfect alternative power transmission. While fully electric systems still have many flaws, in recent years hybrid designs have surged in popularity: they are now found in trains, boats, agricultural equipment and even the latest generation hyper-cars.

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16 December 2016

Locomotive Hybrid Transmission

Warner Electric Custom E220 Clutch for Locomotive Hybrid Transmission

A major European manufacturer of power transmission systems for locomotives approached Warner Electric engineers with a request for a customized clutch to integrate with its new hybrid transmission.

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28 May 2015

Overhead Doors

Warner EM/ERS Spring-Set Brake Module for Overhead Doors

A manufacturer of large overhead doors uses a C-face motor and 150:1 helical reducer to open and close their doors. When a door is in a partially-open position, the weight of the door can be sufficient enough to backdrive the high-ratio gearbox and lower by itself. The door does drop slowly enough that dangerous high-speed impacts are not an issue.

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