Torque density motor for OEM motion products

ThinGap's LSI 105 torque density motor is designed for applications such as peak high torque servo and propulsion systems.

06/16/2017


ThinGap's LSI IOS torque density motor is designed to reach over 20 Nm/Kg and 105mm OD (4.125-in.) 25.4mm (1.0-in.) long and is slotless, brushless, and ironless with applications ranging from peak high torque servo and propulsion systems to lightweight, precision-tracking such as beam steering and LIDAR.ThinGap's LSI 105 torque density motor is designed to reach over 20 Nm/Kg and 105mm OD (4.125-in.) 25.4mm (1.0-in.) long. Continuous torque reaches over 2 Nm (283 oz-in) in typical applications and is slotless, brushless, and ironless. The ThinGap LS torque motor's family of zero cogging performance is embedded in a frameless configuration. It is combined with large ID through-bores that allow easy assembly into original equipment manufacturer (OEM) motion products. The LSI 105 torque motor exhibits low torque ripple (<1%) and zero cogging. The potted winding and thermally conductive structure provides heat transfer in enclosed places and it also works with active cooling systems such as cooling loops or oil filled assemblies. Applications range from peak high torque servo and propulsion systems to lightweight, precision-tracking such as beam steering and LIDAR. Adjustable windings cover common bus voltages and speed requirements and motor stack lengths, integrated hall devices and encoders are optionally available.

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