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How is Linear Stepper Motor Work

Linear Stepper Motor - How They Work Linear stepper motor is essentially rotary stepper motor "unwrapped" to operate in straight line. Motor operates on electromagnetic principle and consists of moving "forcer" and stationary platen. The platen is passive toothed steel bar (stainless is available) extending over desired length of travel. Forcer incorporates electromagnetic modules and [...]

Theory of Operation by Motors

Theory of Operation by Motors (Permanent Magnet Motors) In this tutorial we’ll cover Theory of Operation of these basic motor types and uses: DC Brush Motors Brushless Motors Stepper Motors Linear Motors Please see its' Theory Operation Motors: Theory of Operation by DC Brush Motors: theory-of-operation-dc-brush-motors   Theory of Operation by Brushless Motors: [...]

Permanent Magnetic Motor for New Energy Automobile

Permanent Magnetic Motor for New Energy Automobile HSMAG have investigated the new energy industry chain, the survey report shows that magnetic motor will be the mainstream technology of new energy vehicles. Domestic research and development of new energy automotive drive systems leading enterprises introduce, there are three kinds of motors in the current market: 1. Switch [...]

Rotary Magnetic Scale Incremental RMSI

Rotary Magnetic Scale Incremental RMSI,  Magnetic Rotary Scale, Sintered Ferrite Multipole Radial Ring Magnets – HSMAG new products supply! Rotary Magnetic Scale Incremental RMSI Rotary Magnetic Scale Incremental RMSI: - Rotational applications - Different ring materials available - Different pattern configurations Rotary scales can be adapted to many different requirements. The standard program covers many [...]

Linear Magnetic Scale Incremental

Linear Magnetic Scale Incremental, Magnetic Linear Scale - HSMAG new products supply! Linear Magnetic Scale Incremental Linear Magnetic Scale Incremental Features: Magnetically encoded tape Carrier material: Stainless steel (H = 0.3 mm) Length: 1000 mm Width: 10 mm Total height: 1.3 mm Single pole length: 5 mm Accuracy class: ± 10 µm/m Self-adhesive Print: [...]

Brush DC Motor Drivers

Brush DC Motor Drivers - Brush DC motors are the most widely used drivers due to their low cost and simple drive control options. Typical brush DC motors consist of a rotating electromagnet surrounded by a permanent magnet. Rotational torque is produced by the interaction of the magnetic fields and continuous rotation is produced by [...]

Bipolar Stepper Motor Drivers

Stepper motor drivers are brushless DC motor drivers that can be used for both positioning and velocity control applications without the need for external position feedback. Typical stepper motors consist of a rotating permanent magnet (rotor) surrounded by electromagnets (stator). When the electromagnets are supplied current in the correct polarity and sequence a torque is [...]

Typical Structure and Working Principle of Permanent Magnet Alternator

Typical Structure and Working Principle of Permanent Magnet Alternator - PMA A permanent magnet alternator (also called PMA, permanent magnet generator, PMG or magneto) relies on the magnetic field generated by a permanent magnet to convert mechanical energy into electrical power. It can generate AC current, with which it can power the whole [...]

What is a Rotor Shaft?

A rotor shaft can be found in one of two places on a helicopter: the main rotor blade and the tail. The main rotor shaft is attached to the main rotor blade and transfers the power from the engine to the blades. The tail rotor shaft is located along the length of the tail section [...]

Simulation Permanent Magnet Generators

Permanent magnet generators, or PM generators as they are also called, generate power without batteries. PM generators consist of a magnetic stator coiled with wire and a wheel with permanent magnets rotating inside the stator. From motorcycles to wind farms, PM generators can be used in many electrical machinery applications. Let’s take a look at [...]

Linear Motor Basics

A steady increase in practical industrial applications has secured a place for linear motors. Here's an overview of the various types of linear motors and what differentiates them from their rotary counterparts. For an in-depth analysis of the principles of linear motors established in this article, see Linear Motors Application Guide. The linear motor has [...]

March 27th, 2016|Linear Motors, Motor Parts|

Brush DC Motor Workings

Brush DC Motor Basics Brush DC technology originates from a design based on an ironless rotor (self-supporting coil) combined with a precious metal or carbon copper commutation system and a rare earth magnet, ferrite or Alnico magnet. It offers distinct advantages for high-performance drive and servo systems: low friction, low starting voltage, absence of iron [...]

March 27th, 2016|DC Motors, Motor Parts, Permanent Magnet Motor|

What is a linear motor – Direct drive advantages

Why adopt linear motors? Direct coupling of the payload to the motor’s moving part eliminates the need for mechanical transmission elements such as leadscrews, timing belts, rack and pinion, and worm gear drives. Unlike brushed motors, there is no contact between the moving parts in a direct drive system. Therefore there is no mechanical wear [...]

March 27th, 2016|Linear Motors, Motor Parts|

What is a linear motor – Principle

Linear motors are a special class of synchronous brushless servo motors. They work like torque motors, but are opened up and rolled out flat. Through the electromagnetic interaction between a coil assembly (primary part) and a permanent magnet assembly (secondary part), the electrical energy is converted to linear mechanical energy with a high level of [...]

March 27th, 2016|Linear Motors, Motor Parts, Permanent Magnet Motor|
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