Maxon Precision Motors, Inc.
Taunton, MA 02780
Internal Rotor Motors fit space-restricted applications.
Available in 40 mm diameter and 2 lengths of 26 and 36 mm, EC-i Motors use high-powered permanent magnets for speed stability under load. Brushless, electronically commutated units feature minimal detent and are suited for applications that require maximum drive in minimum space such as robotics, industrial automation, and security technology.Read More »
Speed Controller is designed for brushless DC motors.
With digital signal processing and 5-24 V operating voltage, DEC 24/3 one-quadrant amplifier is suited for various drive tasks and features max output power values of 3 A (continuous) and 6 A (intermittent). Input range allows operation as digital speed controller and open loop speed controller; required operating mode can be selected via DIP switch, and speed value can be set via integrated...Read More »
Brushless DC Motor suit automation applications.
Utilizing neodymium magnets, electronically commutated EC 16 motors are available in 3 versions: with hall sensors, with integrated electronics, or sensorless. Package is 0.63 in. in diameter x 2.2 in. long, not including shaft or cables, and weighs 2 oz. Specified over -4 to +212-Read More »
Position Controller offers fully programmable operation.
Capable of position, velocity, and current mode operation, EPOS P 24/5 can be used as stand-alone controller or to control other non-programmable EPOS units. Programmable digital motion controller measures 4.2 x 3.3 x .9 in. and communicates via RS-232 or CANopen. Capable of 5 A max continuous current (10 A peak), unit offers efficiency to 90% and features 50 kHz switching frequency. For...Read More »
Brushless Motors utilize neodymium magnets.
Electronically commutated, Maxon EC-max Motors include Hall effect sensors, which provide feedback to control electronics. By assembling motor with coils outside rotor, heat dissipation and high overload capability is attained. Motors have stainless steel housing and vary in diameter from 16-40 mm with lengths from 24-88 mm. Continuous output power is 5-120 W, while maximum speed is 20,000 rpm....Read More »
Brushless Motor provides high speed in miniature package.
Electronically commutated model EC 16 offers minimized electrical noise and utilizes high-energy neodymium magnets. Motors are available in 3 versions: with hall sensors, sensorless, or with integrated electronics. Weighing 2 oz, motor has 0.63 in. dia and measures 2.2 in. long, not including shaft or cables. Continuous output power is 40 W, while max speed is 60,000 rpm. Max continuous torque is...Read More »
DC Motor uses rare-earth magnets.
Available in 0.31 in. dia package, Series RE08 incorporates rhombic moving coil and ironless rotor that allows for zero cogging. Rated at 0.5 W, motor measures only 0.63 in. in length and produces max continuous torque of 0.07 oz-in. Max efficiency is 67%, depending on winding, and ambient temperature range is -4 to +149-Read More »
Controller Amplifier works with brushless motors.
DEC 24/1 can control small brushless motors with Hall sensors at speeds up to 120,000 rpm. Operating in either open or closed loop mode, amplifier controls motor speed based on external voltage signal or via internal potentiometer. Inputs include direction, brake, and enable functions. Speed monitor output is available. Amplifier measures 2.2 X 1.4 X 0.9 in., weighs 0.7 oz, and works in ambient...Read More »
Motors employ rare earth magnets.
RE-max 0.94 in. dia motors employ rhombic moving coil design with ironless rotors, which allow for zero cogging. Four versions are available with metal or graphite brushes and single or double shafts. Power ranges vary from 6.5 to 11 W, and continuous torque is rated to 1.7 oz-in. (max). Ambient temperature range is from -22 to 185 deg F, and maximum efficiency is up to 90% depending on the...Read More »