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  • Brushless DC Motors
    Despite their superior qualities, brushless motors still run second to brush types in motion-control applications. Brushless systems are usually preferred, however, where their benefits outweigh their higher price. And they cost less than brush types in some applications when energy, maintenance
  • Selecting Dc Brush and Brushless Motors
    A fundamental understanding of the speed-torque curve it the key to specifying a dc motor that will do everything it needs to do. Much has been written about the process of selecting motors for applications in motion control. Motor selection can be complicated. The decisions to be made include
  • Motion Control
    with integrated servo amplifiers and on board memory for stand alone or macro execution. FAULHABER also offers the BLD series PWM servoamplifiers are designed for 2 to 4 quadrant speed control of FAULHABER three phase brushless DC-Servomotors. For control of FAULHABER brush type coreless DC micromotors and motor
  • Motion Control - A shortcut to sizing motors
    Motor constant aids in selecting dc motors in motion-control applications. Brushed and brushless dc motors are a good choice in power sensitive or efficiency craving applications. A lot of times, a dc motor or generator data sheet will include the motor constant K , which is the torque sensitivity
  • A New Absolute Inductive Transducer for Brushless Servomotors
    Today, frameless brushless (pancake) resolvers are commonly used on AC and brushless DC servomotors to provide commutation, position, and velocity information to the servo controller. These angular position transducers give a constant signal representing the absolute position of the motor shaft
  • Architectures for Economical Motion
    are still the dc servomotor, the brushless-dc motor, and the stepmotor. But distinctly different from 20 years ago, and perhaps a little surprising, is that the choice of motor has little effect on the overall cost and architecture of the control system. What used to be the most-complicated
  • Machine Optimization through DC Motor Selection (.pdf)
    , where they fit best, and how to decide which to use in your application. DC motors are being used in more and more industrial applications because of their flexibility and long life. Therefore, DC motor selection is often one of the most important steps in providing motion control of a medical machine
  • Integrated motor and drive includes motion controls
    by adding a complete motion controller. The MDrive42AC Plus consists of a NEMA-42 hightorque brushless motor with fully integrated drive and control electronics. The company says the control delivers high-positioning accuracy, stability at low speeds, no dithering at zero speed, high starting torque

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