2010

Mechanically Commutated Drive

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Maxon Motor (Fall River, MA) offers the RE 50 mechanically commutated drive that features an ironless rotor for detent-free running, and a combination of a two-pole neodymium permanent magnet with winding technology for high torque and acceleration. The drive measures 50 × 108 mm and is available with four different windings. It reaches a nominal torque of up to 0.38 Nm, a nominal speed of 2800 to 5700 rpm, and efficiency of more than 90%. Low nominal voltage of 24.70 VDC makes the drive suitable for battery operated applications such as electric vehicles, transport equipment, mobile systems, and robots.

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