Posted on March 1, 2008 - ( views)
The Portescap 16mm Brushless Motors, weighing just 33 grams, provide 13W of power at up to 60,000rpm in compact 16mm housing, with quiet 39dB operation. The internal design achieves a 10% reduction in length and as much as a 400% reduction in vibration, with a 10% increase in power compared with previous model. With an average 3dBA reduced noise level and 10% lower inertia, these 16mm brushless motors represent the lightest weight, quietest and most energy efficient motors available from Portescap.
Via L. il Moro 4/B
Variety of applications
45 mm diameter
42mm, 57mm and 86mm
with integrated hall sensors
reach high output torques and speeds
ensure consistent power density
ideal for space-constrained applications
with good speed-to-torque performance
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