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Portescap introduces 12GS motors to their Athlonix platform of high-power density brush dc motors. The high endurance motors deliver high speed-to-torque performance in a compact lighter weight package (13.5 g / 0.47 oz) with output power up to 1.2 watts. This enables OEMs to build smaller, lighter, and higher performing machines and devices. The motors also feature an energy efficient coreless design with an optimized self-supporting coil and magnetic circuit to maximize power density, while also providing sustained endurance over the life of the motor. The brush dc motors are available with 3 winding options to suit varied application needs. The motors provide continuous torque up to 1.5 mNm to deliver higher endurance and performance while maintaining operational efficiency. This makes the motors suited for use in life science and medical applications including fluid handling machines, insulin pumps, and collimators. The motors are compatible with incremental encoders and gearheads of various sizes and ratios. They are manufactured in an ISO certified facility and are RoHS compliant.

Posted on November 13, 2012 - (1043 views)
Portescap US
110 Westtown Road Pennsylvania
19382 West Chester - USA
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