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MTD6505 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided applications. For example, the CPU cooling fans in notebook computers require designs that provide low acoustic noise, low mechanical vibration, and are highly efficient. The frequency generator (FG) output enables precision speed control in closed-loop applications. The MTD6505 device includes Lockup...
DM163029 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The PICDEM ™ Mechatronics demonstration board is an easy-to-use mechatronics development and demonstration platform. Mechatronics refers to implementing intelligent control in a mechanical system. Learn how to use PIC ® microcontrollers to enhance or replace a mechanical design...

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  • Mechanical Motion Keeps Pace
    . Mechanical Drive. Catalog of adjustable-speed drives, right-angle gear drives and linear actuators contains new product models, technical application data, drawings and photos. Adjustable-speed drives provide infinitely adjustable speed control with Micro Dial for inputs from 1/4 -1 1/2 hp applications
  • Magnetic Field Sensors as Speed Monitors
    are well-suited speed monitors. Linear above 1600. The magnetic potentiometer of the series MDRM & MDFM function completely contact-less. Due. to their magnetic operating mode they are not subject to mechanical wear and tear, which has proven. to be an invaluable asset especially during long term
  • Design Decisions: Electro-mechanical vs. Pneumatic Actuators
    In machine and industrial systems design, there are numerous areas in which design engineers have to make a decision about whether to use pneumatic or electro-mechanical devices. In this "Design Decisions" viewpoint from Exlar, a provider of electro-mechanical devices, the advantages
  • High-Speed Infrared Sensors for Temperature Monitoring
    but monotonic. Advanced thin film thermopiles achieve response times in the 10 to 15 mil isecond range with. a constant sensitivity throughout the frequency spectrum. With such detectors compact and. fast temperature sensors can be designed without moving mechanical components, assuring. a continuous
  • Non-Intrusive Engine Speed Sensor (.pdf)
    , electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise,. without the prior written permission of SAE. For permission and licensing requests contact: SAE Permissions. 400 Commonwealth Drive. Warrendale, PA 15096-0001-USA. Email: permissions@sae.org. Fax: 724-776-3036. Tel: 724-772-4028
  • Why Use Mechanical Torque Limiters in a Servo Drive System?
    Electronic current limiting is not always a 100% effective way to prevent torque overloads in a mechanical system. Full Article on Mechanical Overload Protection. About R+W. Products. Industries. Locations. News. Catalogs and Downloads. Contact. Follow Me. Why Use Mechanical Torque Limiters
  • The Potential of Switched Reluctance Motor Technology for Electro-Mechanical Brake Applications (.pdf)
    rpm. Therefore, much of. the work presented here addresses novel, EMB-specific. sensorless control approaches for both low and high. Fig. 2: Electro-mechanical brake, with caliper bracket. speed motor operation that are tailored to provide. and brake pads removed. SR motor fits inside housing
  • Mechanical Transmission Requirements for Servo Systems
    , the mechanical transmission should minimize backlash, reversing errors, and lost motion between the motor and load. These nonlinearities, in addition to excessive speed-dependent friction, can also cause instabilities and hunting. 5) Low Inertia of Moving Parts. AC servo systems have low rotor inertia

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