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    Fan Blades and Propellers - (66 companies)
    Fan blades and propellers are used to convey power from a source (such as a jet engine) for propulsion or the movement of air. Propellers are an array of fan blades that transmit power by converting rotational motion into thrust. They are sometimes... Learn More
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    AC Motors - (1336 companies) the stator windings, causing the rotor to turn and produce torque. All these components are typically housed within a casing or enclosure designed to protect the motor and control heat generation. Motors also consist of a mount used to hold and stabilize... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    DC Motors - (1177 companies)
    Sterling Instrument. What are DC Motors?. DC motors are electric motors that are powered by direct current (DC), such as from a battery or DC power supply. Their commutation can be brushed or brushless. The speed of a brushed DC motor can be controlled... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Fan Guards - (26 companies)
    Fan guards are used to provide a physical barrier around spinning fan blades to prevent accidental contact with fingers or other objects. They are typically constructed using metal wire or plastic. Fan guards are manufactured in a variety... Learn More
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    Motor Controllers - (769 companies)
    Motor controllers receive supply voltages and provide signals to motor drives that are interfaced to motors. They include a power supply, amplifier, user interface, and position control circuitry. How To Select Motor Controllers. Image Credit... Search by Specification | Learn More

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A high-efficiency brushless ring motor developed by ThinGap Corporation of Ventura, California based on its patented electromotive coil technology promises to reduce energy consumption, allowing such small Unmanned Vehicles (UV), light enough to be carried by a man into reconnaissance or combat...

The standard fan supplied with the amplifiers is a 12V brushless DC motor fan. Like all switching circuits the brushless motor commutation generates electrical noise. If care is not taken in how the fan is connected to the amplifier circuit some of that electrical noise may appear at the output...

...and its ability to. develop pressure will vary. Therefore, when the density of the gas stream is other than the standard .075 lb./ft^3, correction factors must be applied to the catalog ratings in order to select the correct fan, motor, and drive....

...on or completely off. This efficient control methodology affords a very wide speed control range (typically 10% to 100% of full speed) because the fan motor is exposed to its full-rated voltage during the active portion of the PWM cycle. PWM control works with standard, two-wire Brushless DC (BDC) fans...

...unit. will save energy. Indeed, as fan speed is reduced, the motor power reduces by a cube relationship. For. example, a 20 percent reduction in air volume results in an approximate 50 percent power reduction. of the fan motor. But that is only part of the story. This technical note demonstrates...

Horsepower (Not motor horsepower). The formula is given here to demonstrate the fact that the tip speed of the blades is by far the strongest indicator of the noise a fan will produce. To select a low noise fan, therefore, it is most effective to reduce the tip speed by lowering the RPM which can be done...

...on a 600hp center hung process fan. Almost immediately oil analysis began showing ferrous wear in the form of very small black oxides and small flakes of steel in the inboard (motor side) bearing. Vibration levels were normal and the bearing operated within normal temperature range. A method...

The most common power source for fans is the electric motor. A motor's service life is largely dependent upon proper selection and installation. Since the motor and its control circuitry represent a substantial portion of the cost of many fan systems, they deserve careful consideration. This Letter...

For instance, take a simple application of a fixed-speed motor driving a fan. Replacing a three-phase motor starter with variablefrequency drive (VFD) permits the fan to operate at variable speeds. One benefit is energy savings,...

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