Press Release Summary:
LO-COG 22mm brush-commutated DC motor is 1.900 in. in length and employs 5-slot armature design and bonded neodymium iron boron magnets. It is suitable for mass data storage and semiconductor processing equipment. Standard cartridge assemblies prolong brush life by maintaining optimum brush force.
Original Press Release:
Longer And More Powerful 22MM Brush DC Motor Introduced By Pittman
HARLEYSVILLE, PA, January 14, 2002 -- A new longer and more powerful LO-COG 22mm brush-commutated DC motor available from Pittman adds a third length to Pittman's growing family of
22mm iron-core brush DC motor products.
The newly introduced LO-COG 22mm brush DC motor with a length of 1.900" can provide up to 40% more continuous torque (up to 2 oz-in) to deliver more power compared with shorter 22mm-diameter models. In addition, the longer length promotes the process of heat-dissipation to reduce the potential for undesired heat buildup in the motor.
This new motor becomes the longest in Pittman's LO-COG 22mm brush DC motor product line (others in the series measure 1.256" and 1.556"). All are ideal for mass data storage and semiconductor processing equipment, as well as for countless other applications in a wide range of industries where DC
motors must be relatively small, yet powerful.
LO-COG 22mm brush DC motors employ a skewed 5-slot armature design and bonded neodymium iron boron magnets to help in achieving more power than most other DC motors of similar
size. Standard cartridge brush assemblies are designed to prolong brush life by maintaining optimum brush force. Customization options include ball bearings, gearheads, encoders, and other components to meet application-specific requirements.