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  • Linear Motors-Image
    Linear Motors - (178 companies)
    Description Linear motors generate force only in the direction of travel. A linear motor applies thrust directly to a load, and does not require any intermediate mechanism to convert rotary motion into linear motion. Linear motors...
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    Linear Actuators - (736 companies)
    Electric linear actuators have an output rod that provides linear motion via a motor driven ball screw, lead screw or ACME screw assembly. The actuator's load is attached to the end of a screw or rod and is often unsupported. Linear actuators...
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    Motor Controllers - (763 companies)
    ...of both the voltage and frequency. In some designs, encoders or resolvers are used to provide feedback about position and speed. Linear motors generate force in only the direction of travel. Common technologies include moving coil and moving magnet...
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    AC Motors - (1326 companies)
    ...the motor frame. AC Motors vs. DC Motors. The key difference between AC motors and DC motors (besides the power source) is the method of speed control. In DC motors, speed varies based on the voltage applied; this relationship is relatively linear...
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    DC Motors - (1171 companies)
    ...load (zero slip) and excellent starting torque. Compared to wound types, permanent magnet construction provides higher efficiency but less speed regulation. Figure 5 - Typical speed curve for permanent magnet motors, with linear torque-speed...
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    Motor Coils - (30 companies)
    ...different types of products. Some motor coils are designed for specific types of alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC) motors. Product categories include AC motor coils, DC motor coils, linear motor coils, stepper motor coils and servo...
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    Linear Slides and Linear Stages - (500 companies)
    ...the nut and carriage move linearly along the screw. The screw is turned by a handwheel or electric motor (which may or may not be included with the slide). Alternative drive mechanisms may also be used that do not require a ball screw or lead screw...
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    Stepper Motors (rotary) - (418 companies)
    Stepper motors use a magnetic field to move a rotor in small angular steps or fractions of steps. They provide precise positioning and ease of use, especially in low acceleration or static load applications. Stepper motors are DC (direct current...
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    Piezoelectric Motors - (20 companies)
    Piezoelectric motors use a piezoelectric ceramic element to produce ultrasonic vibrations of an appropriate type in a stator structure. The consequent movement can either be rotational or linear depending on the design of the structure...
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    Brushless Motors - (231 companies)
    How to Select Brushless Motors. Image Credit: Aerotech, Inc.; Bodine Electric Company; Crouzet. What are Brushless Motors?. Brushless motors are synchronous electric motors that have a magnetically (AC induction) or electronically (DC) controlled...
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