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① Admissible rated torque-It is the admissible torque value of the coupling when it is actually operating.
② Admissible high torque-It is a large critical value of a coupling will damage during operating.
③ Admissible high speed-It is necessary to make sure that the speed of the motor is within this range during selection.
④ Admissible eccentricity-the allowable value of the parallel deviation of the two axes.
⑤ Admissible deflection angle-Allowable value of mutual angle formed between two axes.
⑥ Admissible axial deviation-the allowable displacement of the two-axis axial movement.
During start, stop, and forward-reverse switching, the motor will apply a load greater than the motor's high torque to the coupling. Therefore, when selecting a coupling, the rated torque of the coupling should be greater than the motor's high torque.