Brushless DC Motor -- DIP14-14-000A
from BEI Kimco Magnetics

Brushless DC Motors. A comprehensive line of fractional horsepower brushless DC motors are available in sizes from 1.1" diameter to 9.0" diameter capable of operating at speeds in excess of 70K RPM. BEI Kimco has developed brushless DC motors to operate virtually noise-free, ideal for user... [See More]

  • Shaft Orientation: In-line
  • Shaft Speed: 70000 to 76848
  • Motor Type: DC
  • Continuous Torque: 0.4
Brushless DC Motors -- IBH-001
from Island Components Group

Our brushless motors are among the most advanced in our industry. DC brushless motors offer superior performance and have the advantage of reduced maintenance since there are no brushes or commutators. These motors provide solutions for rigorous applications requiring maximum performance and... [See More]

  • Shaft Orientation: In-line; Single-ended; Double-ended (optional feature); Both Ends*
  • Shaft Size: 0.250
  • Motor Type: DC
  • Shaft Speed: 1909
Massage Motor
from LINAK U.S. Inc.

Features: • Supply voltage: 24 V DC. • Current consumption: max 0.5 A. • Nuts for mounting bracket: 4 x M6 self-locking -. DIN 985. • Duty cycle: 10 % 30 min. max. • Motor housing: VO Plastic PC / ABS, colour. RAL 7016. • 6P Mini fit cable (1m). • Integrated thermo... [See More]

  • Motor Type: DC
  • DC Voltage: 24.0
  • Continuous Torque: 17.7
  • Continuous Current: 0.5000
SSM-10
from Excitron Corporation

Small stepper motors with high torque. Torque values are rated torque, you may operate with more or less then rated. Rated torque is determined by the amount of amperage to develop rated torque and operate for 10 minutes before reaching 180 degree F. Note that torque developed by most competitor's... [See More]

  • Shaft Orientation: In-line; Single-ended; Custom Available
  • DC Construction: Permanent Magnet; Series Wound; Compound Wound; Strong Magnets
  • Shaft Speed: 0 to ?
  • AC Construction: Synchronous; See Website
K Series -- K032
from Parker Hannifin / Automation / Electromechanical Division - Europe

Build your own High-Performance Motor. When to use: A significant cost saving. Reduced mechanical complexity. Greater design flexibility. High performance in a compact package. Minimum motor size per application space. Low cogging for smooth operation. Low inertia for high acceleration [See More]

  • Shaft Orientation: Frameless
  • Continuous Torque: 0.4 to 2.9
  • Motor Type: AC; ACServo
  • Rotor Inertia: 2.19E-5 to 2.67E-4