Leading manufacturer of brushed and brushless DC motors, stepper motor based linear actuators, precision lead screw and anti-backlash nut assemblies, linear rail and guide systems, gearmotors, drives and complete custom automation sub-systems.
Lab Automation: The Use Of Actuators In The Response Against COVID-19
Mobidiag is positioned to answer the need in the diagnostics aspect of the fight against COVID-19. The newly released Novodiag COVID-19 test system operates with the use of actuators.
Turning To Integrated Driver Electronics For BLDCs
Despite advantages, brushless DC motors (BLDCs) have presented their own challenges in terms of technology, design, and capabilities. Typically, complex and bulky cabling has been required between motor and amplifier to attach discrete logic components “outside” the motor frame. With the latest advances in driver electronics that now can be integrated directly into brushless motor designs, BLDCs are evolving rapidly to become faster, smaller, more versatile, more controllable and more cost-effective.
Reasons For Turning To Slotless Technology
Brushless motors have gained greater acceptance in industry for a wider range of applications previously dominated by brush commutated products. At the same time, manufacturers have further sought to challenge conventional wisdom by improving brushless motor design.
Brush DC Motors Turning More Advanced
Motor designs have incorporated new components in new ways to help extend motor life, and new or improved materials have been tapped to promote motor quality and output. Current and future brush commutated DC motors continue to move in highly advanced directions.
Customization To Suppress Electromagnetic Interference In DC Motors
A variety of active and passive approaches can be adopted to reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI) in systems that rely on precision motion control. The challenges are to maintain system integrity and DC motor performance without adding significant cost or weight to a subassembly.
Cartridge Brush Design For DC Motors And Gearmotors
The traditional method for mounting copper or silver graphite brushes in brush commutated DC motor and gearmotor assemblies has been to solder the brushes onto standard cantilever springs to enable the required constant contact with the commutator. However, this conventional spring design carries inherent drawbacks that can be overcome by housing the brushes within a specially designed cartridge and utilizing torsion springs to ensure desired even force over the life of a motor.
Empowering Proper Selection Of Motor Technology
Insights into how each available electric motor technology generally compares with others can help lighten the evaluation burden and ultimately contribute to proper selection for an application. This white paper delves into the basic selection factors in motor technologies.
Using Rapid Guide Screw (RGS) For Precision Motion In New Sample Digestion System Is A Smart Move
New technologically advanced devices are constantly being developed for use in environmental laboratories. Generally speaking, their primary benefits lie in reduced analysis time, increased accuracy and greater reliability. A fully automated sample digestion system for mercury and metals sample preparation, DEENA helps alleviate the bulk of manual sample preparation while greatly reducing errors associated with sample handling. With less time devoted to sample preparation, laboratory personnel are free to perform other duties with the peace of mind that DEENA will provide consistent data in a clean, safe and timely fashion.
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Size 17 Hybrid Linear Actuators: 43000 Series
The Size 17 43000 Series comprises 43mm stepper motor linear actuators are available in three designs - captive, non-captive and external linear versions. These actuators are offered in a variety of resolutions, ranging from 0.001524 mm to 0.048768 mm per step.
Size 8 Hybrid Linear Actuators: 21000 Series
The 21000 series of size 8 single stack stepper motor linear actuators occupy a minimal 0.8" (21 mm) space and include numerous patented innovations to provide high performance and endurance in very small packages.
Can-Stack Rotary Motors: Z20000 Series
The Z20000 Series of stack rotary stepper motors are built to provide exceptionally high torque to size ratios. This can-stack rotary stepper motor is a 20 mm rotary stepper motor with a holding torque of up to .65 oz-in (0.46 Ncm).
IDEA® Stepper Motor Drives: PCM4806E/PCM4826E
The PCM4806E/PCM4826E IDEA® Stepper Motor Drives are fully programmable control units designed for simple use with on-screen buttons and easy to understand programming guides with its Graphic User Interface (GUI). The IDEA® Drive technology is available in several different configurations including an external programmable drive and controller or integrated with a linear actuator to form a complete package of motor.
Can-Stack Stepper Motor Linear Actuators: Z20000 Series
The Z20000 Series Can-Stack Stepper Motor Linear Actuators with home switches are designed to monitor movements more precisely for improved quality control at an economical price. These actuators utilize rare earth (neodymium) magnets and come in Ø 20 mm (.79 in) sizes.
MiniSlide™ Motorized With Hybrid Stepper Actuator
AMETEK offers the MiniSlide™ motorized with a size 8 hybrid stepper actuator motor ideally suited for use in small lab and automation equipment. With a compact size and stable platform, this motorized slide is easy to integrate and reduces the design efforts for engineers.