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In this post, we will explain the main components of brushless motors: feedback, magnetic field, and permanent magnets.
In part 3, we will explain the differences in the structure and rotation principles of brushless motors, and compare them to brushed DC motors and AC motors.
This is part 2 of the Technical Manual Series for brushless motors, which explains the structure and operating principles for brushed motors for comparison. We will explain brushless motors next.
This is part 1 of the Technical Manual Series for brushless motors, which explains the three main types of brushless motors: inner rotor type, outer rotor type, and disk rotor type.
In this blog post, I will explain how to easily program a timed pressing operation with our MEXE02 universal product support software. This example works for any products included in the AlphaStep AZ Series family, which also includes other series that use the same technology and software.
CVD stepper motor drivers are the recommended drivers for PKP Series high torque stepper motors for its ability to lower vibration and improve torque performance throughout its entire speed range. The latest update includes the addition of RS-485 communication and MEXE02 software support.
The BLV Series is one of two DC-input brushless motor speed control systems we offer. While a brushless motor with hall-effect sensor feedback provides constant torque, wide speed range, and speed regulation, the BLV driver offers unique functions designed for mobile robots, such as low battery operation and ramp operation.
When a voltage is applied to an AC induction motor, it runs at a certain speed. Variable speed requirements for AC induction motors are typically fulfilled by a 3-phase motor and an inverter or VFD. This blog post also introduces another option.
The differences in single-phase and three-phase AC induction motors don't stop with the input power supply. There are a few things you need to know when using three-phase AC induction motors in an instantaneous forward/reverse operation.