Archive for the ‘Motors’ Category

Motion Control – Hollow Shaft Non-Commutated Actuator.

  Santa Clarita, CA —– Motion Control – H2W introduces its most compact moving magnet actuator with a hole through the shaft. The voice coil actuator (NCM01-04-001-2IBH) can be operated under either open or closed loop position control and is ideal for controlled sinusoidal motion applications (1 to 1000 Hz for open loop applications and 1 to 125 […]

Smaller in Diameter than a US Quarter, This Miniature Voice Coil Motor Has a High Force-to-Size Ratio!

  Van Nuys, CA – Motion Control Components – Smaller in diameter than a United States quarter, the miniature Linear Voice Coil Motor, LVCM-019-016-02, from Moticont has a high force-to-size ratio! It produces 8.9 oz. (2.5 N) of continuous force and 28.0 oz. (7.8 N) of peak force in a compact 0.750 in. (19.1 mm) […]

Motion Control Application – Please smile with maxon motors!

Motion Control Application – Digital SLR cameras can deliver extremely sharp photos – regardless of whether the photographer is a professional or a hobbyist. Not only does the skill of the photographer, but also the technology inside the camera play a key role. maxon drive systems help to create lightning-fast images.   Fall River, MA […]

Motion Control – Low Inertia, High Precision, Hollow Core Voice Coil Motor from Moticont!

  Van Nuys, CA – Motion Control Components – A low inertia hollow core voice coil or moving coil linear motor from Moticont, the HVCM-051-025-019-01, features high acceleration, precise positioning to less than one micron (0.00004 in.), high reliability, and low cost. This cleanroom friendly, non-commutated motor is available off-the-shelf. The HVCM-051-025-019-01 hollow core voice […]

Motion Control – Compact Linear Induction Motor Is Available from H2W Technologies!

Santa Clarita, CA —– Motion Control – H2W engineers have developed a compact Linear Induction Motor (LMAA-04-01) that can generate 10.6 lbs [47 N] at a 15% duty cycle. Operating at 208 VAC 3-phase 60 Hz, the synchronous velocity of this LIM is 160 in/sec [4 m/s]. This LIM was designed for high speed operation; […]

Motion Control – Voice Coil Motor Features Higher Continuous Force and More Than 3 Times the Peak Force!

Van Nuys, CA – Motion Control Components – Moticont has added a new, higher continuous force, higher peak force linear voice coil motor to it’s series of 2.750 in. (69.9 mm) diameter x 3.50 in. (88.9 mm) long (housing) voice coil motors. The LVCM-070-089-03 linear voice coil motor features 40.86 lbs. (181.5 N) continuous force […]

Motion Control Tutorial – What is a Voice Coil Actuator?

Motion Control – Understanding the Basics of a Voice Coil Actuator   A voice coil actuator, also known as a non-commutated DC linear actuator, is a type of direct drive linear motor.  The name “voice coil” comes from one of its historically first applications: vibrating the paper cone of a loudspeaker.  They are currently used […]

Motion Control Application- Vacuum Compatible Maxon Motors for Extreme Conditions!

Maxon Motor spent several months working alongside Instrument Design Technology (IDT) to customize a small, brushless motor to perform in the extreme vacuum conditions of the synchrotron. This article highlights the challenges in the design.   Fall River, MA — Motion Control Components Application – The Diamond Light Source particle accelerator in Oxfordshire has been […]

Linear Motion Control – High Torque Rotary Voice Coil Actuators!

  Santa Clarita, CA —– Linear Motion Control – H2W Technologies has developed several high torque rotary voice coil actuators, otherwise known as a limited angle torque motors or LATs. The model TWR-015-346-2RC was designed to allow for a low moving mass (68 grams per coil) and inertia, as well as dual independent coils to […]

Motion Control Tutorial – Slotted vs. Slotless Motor Technology

When first introduced, brushless DC motors, despite their many advantages, were cast as a costly alternative to brush-commutated motors and were typically only specified for low-power applications where long life was the primary desired requirement. Without the mechanical brush-commutator mechanism that would wear and eventually result in motor failure, brushless motors could be relied upon […]

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