Product News: Mechanical Power Transmission
Brushless DC Motor suits low-noise applications.
Press Release Summary:
March 27, 2014 - Measuring 22 mm in diameter and weighing 63 g, 3-phase Model BGA 22 features Neodymium magnets, no cogging torque, and coreless design with integral hall sensors for rotor position detection. Unit supports low nominal speed of 3,000 rpm and is suited for medical, pharmaceutical, or aviation motion control applications, such as powering small pumps in micro-fluidic handling systems.
Original Press Release
New Ultra-Compact Brushless DC Motor Packs a Punch
Press release date: March 18, 2014
The 3-phase brushless DC BGA 22 motor (axial magnetic flux, 8 to 22 watt) produces up to 50% more power than comparably sized brushless DC motors and will be appreciated in low noise applications, especially when used in conjunction with a gearbox.
The BGA 22 supports low nominal speed (around 3,000 rpm) and is ideally suited to medical, pharmaceutical or aviation motion control applications. For example, powering small pumps in micro-fluidic handling systems, or wherever optimum flexibility or up-scaling is required.
In common with their existing brushless direct current motors the BGA 22 is designed for exceptional long life, high power density and efficiency, high dynamic acceleration and low noise levels. It features Neodymium magnets, a no cogging torque, coreless design with integral hall sensors for rotor position detection.
For more details on the BGA 22 Brushless DC motor contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Peter Lawton on: +44 (0) 23807 33509.
Dunkermotoren Linear Systems Ltd
Suite 2 Kingfisher House
Southampton, SO52 9LP, UK