FAULHABER brings integrated Speed Controller for flat motors to market

Less than 7 millimetres for fully integrated Speed Controller

The BXT motor family, consisting of brushless DC-servomotors with especially short design, was expanded in all sizes with a diameter-compliant, integrated Speed Controller.

With an additional attachment length of just 6.2 mm, the Motor/Speed Controller combinations are available with the same installation space as the products with the IEF3-4096 (L) integrated encoder.
Through the use of synergy effects with the encoder variants, the Speed Controller is likewise fully integrated in the robust motor housing.

Based on the proven FAULHABER SC technology, the motors can be put into operation quickly, easily and comfortably with the familiar Motion Manager (from version 6.6). The Speed Controller is connected to the application with a six-pole flat cable, suitable connectors are available as an option.

The Speed Controller can be combined with the 2214…BXT H, 3216…BXT H and 4221…BXT H housed BXT motors. Even with full integration, the robust Speed Controller guarantees the use of nearly the entire power and speed range of the corresponding base motors. A well-designed cooling concept minimises thermal losses here.

The combination of the BXT H motors with the integrated Speed Controller is the ideal solution if speeds need to be controlled precisely in the smallest of spaces and high torques are also required. Typical applications are pumps, hand-held devices (e.g., for the tattoo industry), equipment manufacturing, and laboratory and industrial automation.

The advantages at a glance:
• Compact design through complete integration
• High torque up to 92 mNm, continuous output up to 60W
• Stable and precise mechanical speed control from 200 - 10,000 min-1
• Second shaft end optionally available in sizes 32 and 42 mm

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Company box: The drive experts from Schönaich
FAULHABER is specialized in the development, production and deployment of high-precision miniaturized and miniature drive systems, servo components and drive electronics with up to 200 watts of output power. This includes putting into effect customer-specific packaged solutions as well as an extensive range of standard products, such as Brushless Motors, DC-Micromotors, Encoders and Motion Controllers. The FAULHABER trademark is recognised worldwide as a symbol of high quality and reliability in complex and demanding application areas, such as medical technology, factory automation, precision optics, telecommunications, aviation and aerospace, and robotics. From the powerful DC-motor with a continuous torque of 200 mNm to the filigree micro drive with an outer diameter of 1.9 mm, the FAULHABER standard range can be combined in more than 25 million different ways to create the optimum drive system for a particular application. At the same time, this technological construction kit is the basis for modifications which allow to configure special versions to meet the specific needs of customers.

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