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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
82840003 Allied Electronics, Inc. CROUZET MOTORS Not Provided Motor, Direct Drive DC, 12VDC, RPM 3700

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  • Integrated Drive Electronics for Brushless DC Motors
    Brushless DC motors (BLDCs) achieve commutation electronically by utilizing a permanent-magnet. rotor, wound stator, and rotor-position sensing scheme instead of a mechanical commutator or brushes. found in brush-type DC motor designs. With brush wear or arcing eliminated and as a result of other
  • Brushless DC Motors Increase Reliability: Wear-free Direct Drives for Strapping Machine Systems (.pdf)
    : Wear-free Direct Drives for Strapping Machine Systems. Electronically commutated DC motors offer many practical advantages. They avoid the short-comings found with. mechanical commutators, such as wear of the commutating device, brush wear, carbon dust contamination due to. abrasion, starting
  • Direct Drive (DDR) Rotary Table Construction
    resolution, so it takes an encoder with a high line count and a high resolution interpolation factor. System resolution below 1 arc-sec is achievable in direct drive rotary stages.. An important difference between direct-drive rotary tables and those driven by conventional dc servomotors
  • DC Motors
    Industrial applications use direct current motors because the speed-torque relationship can be varied to almost any useful form -- for both motor and regeneration applications in either direction of rotation. Continuous operation of dc motors is commonly available over a speed range of 8:1
  • Replacing Your DC Motors? Think AC
    Alternating-current (AC) and direct-current (DC) motors have traditionally served distinctly different applications due to their construction and inherent operating characteristics. In general, AC motors were smaller, less expensive, lighter and more rugged than DC motors. DC motors, on the other
  • Motors and Drives: A Practical Technology Guide
    products: brush DC servo drives, DC drives, SCR DC drives, stepper drives / motors, AC servo drives, and brushless DC servo drives. Though in smaller percentage of use, encoderless flux vector, closed loop vector, and direct torque control type drives are gaining in popularity. It is hoped that this book
  • A Practical Guide to Brushless DC Implementation
    to receive updates. Related Posts: Are Brushless DC Motors Right For You?. Long Live Direct Current Motors. Implementing LEAN at Dart Controls. Just How Smart Is Too Smart for Motor Controls?. Lean Manufacturing Benefits Everyone!. Dart Earns Quality Leadership Top 100 Award Dart Recognized
  • Brushless dc Motors in Medical Applications
    of design, though, BLDC and brushed-dc motors are almost direct opposites. The windings of a brushed-dc motor wind around the motor's rotating shaft or armature, whereas the windings of a BLDC motor are affixed to the motor housing. Likewise, the magnets of a brushed-dc motor attach to the motor housing