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  • Universal Motors: Timeless Performance
    The universal motor, an often maligned old workhorse, is a particularly adaptable motor, and still proves very useful in many applications.
  • Using Inverter Technology in the Motor Fusing Industry (.pdf)
    Commutator fusing was developed in the early 1950's as a method of manufacturing small universal or DC electric motors. The early process of attaching wires to the commutator required dipping the commutator into a solder bath, and hand soldering the connections. This two-step process was not only
  • Quick Reference Guides
    illustrate the differences between motors. Notice the dramatically high no-load speed of a Universal motor and the significantly higher starting torques of Permanent Magnet and Brushless DC motors.
  • An Innovative Cabling Concept Improves Reliability for Multi-Axis Stage Systems
    industry. Today, this technology is used in a broad array of safety related. applications including aircraft, elevators, and, of course, automotive systems. As an example, the model DAC1005 (manufactured by LPKF) is a universal motor controller for one axis. It. complies with the CAN open standards
  • Monitoring Temperature and Power on Aging 3-Phase Compressor Motors
    CAS DataLoggers recently helped a frozen product manufacturer to monitor temperature and perform power factoring on several large 3-phase compressor motors used for refrigeration. As these compressors aged through valve leakage and piston ring deterioration, the AC temperatures fluctuated which
  • Ford has a better idea: Open controls for robotic arms
    kinematics between world and joint coordinates, as well as real-time dynamic checking of joint limits (position, velocity, and acceleration) for moves programmed in world coordinates. This helps eliminate wrist snap problems that can crop up when passing near singularities. RWT's Universal Robot
  • Synchronizing
    in these machines is with mechanical drive shafts. A master axis turns all other axes on the machine through connections such as gearboxes and universal joints. A problem with some applications is that the drivetrain may twist appreciably, introducing position error in rolls from the master axis. Such torque

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