How to Select a DC Motor: Coreless and Iron Core Brushed DC Motors
Considering a coreless DC motor for your next application? Can’t decide between brush and brushless? Despite their simplicity, selecting a small DC motor for an application can still be a daunting task. There are many other variables to take into account including dimensions, load, duty cycle, etc. This white paper provides an overview on Coreless / Brushed DC motors, and what to consider before committing.
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FAULHABER 1024 SR Coreless DC Motor
MICROMO launches next generation of small brush DC motors: the 1024 SR series from FAULHABER. This small DC motor features a 10 mm diameter and offers high performance with small dimensions and low weight, making it ideal for high-demand medical applications & portable devices. Combined with a gearhea...
FAULHABER 1660 BHx Series Brushless DC Motor
MICROMO launches the new FAULHABER 1660 BHx series, a high-power, slottless brushless DC motor based on 2-pole technology that's setting new standards for performance, speed, and power. 16mm in diameter and 60mm in length, the 1660 BHx series motor weighs 78g and delivers impressive high speed and torque;...
FAULHABER 3274 BP4 Brushless DC Servo Motor
The new FAULHABER 3274 BP4 motor series is overload‐resistant and operates without wear‐prone mechanical commutation. As a result, its operational lifetime is many times longer than that of a conventional DC micro motor, making the 3274 BP4 motor a perfect fit for applications in advanced robotics, e...
Piezo LEGS® Linear 6N motor (LL06)
MICROMO launches the new Piezo LEGS® Linear 6N motor (LL06), the next generation of the classic Piezo LEGS® LL10 with some major redesign work. The LL06 features an integrated high-resolution optical encoder, plus a slimmer design and options for guides that steer the drive rod.
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