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"Off-the-shelf" brush-commutated DC motors typically tend to serve as a "starting point," because virtually every application for a motor carries particular design and performance criteria to be... (View Full Article)
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The traditional method for mounting copper or silver graphite brushes in brush-commutated DC motor and gearmotor assemblies has been to solder the brushes onto standard cantilever springs to enable... (View Full Article)
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A variety of active and passive approaches can be adopted to reduce EMI in systems that rely on precision motion control. For applications ranging from medical diagnostic to office automation... (View Full Article)
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The following information helps you solve technical problems frequently encountered in designing and selecting motion control components and systems.... (View Full Article)
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Servo Motors application notes.... (View Full Article)
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While there is no shortage of available electric motor technologies, an initial narrowing of the field for electronics industry applications will often direct atention to several types: permanent... (View Full Article)
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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... (View Full Article)
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When first introduced, brushless DC motors, despite their many advantages, were cast as a costly alternative to brush-commutated motors and were typically only specified for low-power applications... (View Full Article)