Bison Gear: Sensorless Brushless Gearmotors
Product Announcement from Bison Gear and Engineering
Bison Gear: New Sensorless Brushless Gearmotors - Eliminate Position Sensors and Wiring, While Increasing Efficiency, Reliability and Noise Immunity
In response to OEMs seeking higher energy efficiency and power density as well as simpler assembly and increased design life or their equipment, gearmotor and electric motor manufacturer, Bison Gear & Engineering Corp. introduces its new line of sensorless brushless DC (SBLDC) parallel shaft gearmotors with powers up to 1/6 hp (124 watts).
Bison Gear's new low voltage variable speed brushless DC parallel shaft gearmotors offer up to 300 in-lbs (33.9 N-m) continuous torque with simplified installation and advanced DSP drives.
The new 34 frame AUTONOmotor™ gearmotors are powered by totally enclosed, nonventilated (TENV) brushless motors that are sensorless to reduce cost, size, and wiring complexity while offering improved reliability and noise immunity compared to brushless motors with shaft mounted rotor position sensors.