The Advantage of Brushless Direct Current Motors
- High efficiency
- Long service life
- Excellent electromagnetic compatibility
- Low energy consumption
- Very smooth running
- Low maintenance
- Compact design
- Improved power electronics
Wide Range of Applications
BLDC motors are used in pumps, power tools, conveyor belts, in robots and machines, practically wherever electrical energy is converted into motion. Many Electric motors for example are used in motor vehicles and provide more safety, intelligence and comfort.
In many applications, brushless DC motors can offer decisive advantages in terms of power density, which saves weight and reduces fuel consumption and pollutant emissions.
The highly efficient, electronically commutated brushless DC motors are specifically suitable for applications with very smooth running and for a long service life, and are optimally designed for the application.
Our motors and drive solutions are specially developed for customer applications or modified from existing technologies. Regardless of whether the latest technology is used or whether new technology has to be developed to perform a special function or requirement.
Technical Information and Data
Motors are the muscles of modern robots. The BLDC 24 motor application field is very versatile. The advantages of this motor generation are shown well in automation and robotics. They are small, compact, and powerful.
The application area of the BLDC 36 motor is extraordinary. Whether the motor is used in battery power tools in robotics or in the automotive industry, it is best suited for your automation. The electronics can be equipped with a closed-loop control, which allows you to enter the parameters of your application yourself.
Sometimes it takes a little more power. The BLDC 39 motor series has been specially developed for driving power tools or other devices and high-power tools. This power pack is available in different versions.
With this power pack, your power tool will deliver what it promises. This BLDC motor is available in many different designs: with integrated electronics, without control electronics, without Hall sensors, and with or without fans. It works with 12, 18, and 24 volts and can turn over 18,000 rpm.
BLDC 65 is the heavyweight in the motor family. It has a maximum of 300 Watt of power and no-load speed up to 8,000 rpm with a torque up to 860 mNm. Whether it is used as a pump drive or in automation, with or without gears, or with or without control electronics, this motor stands for dynamics and performance. The motor is supplied by 48 volts DC.