Allied Motion Technologies will present its latest innovations in motion technology at SPS-IPC Drives, in Nuremberg, Germany, November 23-25, Hall 1, Booth 241. The company will feature its PerformeX motors, a standard series of miniature slotless brushless DC motors designed to power precision instruments such as surgical handpieces, medical and dental power tools, robotics, and machine automation.
“We invite all SPS-IPC attendees to visit our booth to learn more about PerformeX motors,” said Mike Wright, Senior Marketing Analyst, Allied Motion. “Although these miniature brushless slotless motors were originally designed for the medical market, they are an ideal choice for any application requiring a compact and powerful high-speed BLDC motor, such as small high-speed spindles, machine automation, and robotics.”
PerformeX motors deliver up to double the performance of equivalently-sized motors
Among the key features, Performex motors include a high-speed capability of up to 100,000 RPM. They come with a slotless design for smooth cog-free torque output, as well as autoclavability (minimum of 1,000 autoclave cycles). Moreover, they have optional planetary gearheads (5:1, 25:1).
In addition to the PerformeX motors, Allied will feature a range of advanced motion control technology for the automation market, comprising: electric traction motors, electric power steering systems, precision motors with integrated drive electronics, and frameless direct drive torque motors, and more.