New Frameless Brushless Servo Motor Kits from Maxon

Available in size ranges from 30 Watt to 260 Watt, these EC (electronically commutated) frameless slotted motors feature low voltage windings, high pole pair count and are shipped as BLDC motor kits with the rotor and stator delivered separately without bearings and motor shaft.

The new frameless motor kits from Maxon consist of only a rotor and stator - with no bearings or motor shaft. With outer diameters of only 43 to 90 mm, these pancake servo motor kits are extremely compact.


Available in size ranges from 30 Watt to 260 Watt, these EC (electronically commutated) frameless slotted motors feature low voltage windings, high pole pair count and are shipped as BLDC motor kits with the rotor and stator delivered separately without bearings and motor shaft.

The flat design, high torque output and hollow shaft construction provides plenty of space for cable glands which allows for a high level of integration into OEM applications such as Collaborative & Mobile Robots, AGV's, Exoskeletons and Embedded Robotic Applications.

Performance data and additional information on the New Frameless Brushless Servo Motor Kits can be found at the link below.

https://lnkd.in/dD4J4y6

For more information, please contact:
EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone: 877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax: 877-737-8699
www.electromate.com

Tags: Maxon, BLDC Motor, Servo Motor, Frameless Motor, Brushless Motor, Electromate

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