Posted on May 31, 2010 - ( views)
Maxon's EC 8 brushless micro drive stands out due to his high quality and its exceptional performance data: continuous current up to 0.95 mNm, nominal speed up to 80'000 rpm and 70% efficiency. This motor has been produced according to the most rigid Medical Standard ISO 13485. The EC 8 motor feels at home in many fields of application such as: sampling robotics, portable analyzers and metering systems, instrumentation or inspection robots. The motor is available with or without Hall sensors and with 6 V, 12 V and 24 V windings. It can be combined with the planetary gearhead GP 8A. 1-quadrant amplifiers serve as controllers; the DEC 24/1, directly connected via flexprint and the DEC Module 24/2, a miniature plug-in module.
Straightforward commissioning, excellent motor control characteristics, and peak performance
Sensorless operation of brushless DC motors
Configurable DC drives of maxon motor
Configurable DC drives of maxon motor are extremely quiet
Delivers fast digital current control
For rough operating conditions
For cost-optimized drive systems
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