Brushless dc motors for smooth running applications

Nanotec's DB41 and DB43 brushless DC (BLDC) motors are designed for applications that require smooth running characteristics and a long service life.
By Nanotec April 20, 2016

Nanotec's DB41 and DB43 brushless DC (BLDC) motors are designed for applications that require smooth running characteristics and a long service life. Courtesy: NanotecNanotec’s DB41 and DB43 brushless dc (BLDC) motors are designed for applications that require smooth running characteristics and a long service life. The 10-pole DB41 has low nominal speed, which makes it useful for applications with mid-range speeds up to 3000 rpm. It is equipped with bonded magnets as well as hall sensors that report back the rotor position. The peak output of these NEMA 17 motors ranges from 66 to 339 W and has a nominal torque from 0.07 to 0.36 Nm. The DB43 model series has six poles and sintered magnets and is available with hall sensors or a magnetic encoder and safety brake. The DB43 has a peak output of 159 to 414 W and a nominal torque of 0.17 to 0.44 Nm. Its operating voltages range from 24 to 48 V.

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