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Video: DC Motor Type Selection Based on Load Torque & Speed

5 minute YouTube Video

Dr. Urs Kafader, of maxon motor AG, provides a short 5 minute tutorial on DC brushless and brush motor type selection based on load torque & speed.


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maxon’s new line of dc brushless pancake motors

YouTube 2:44 minute video

Paul McGrath, Maxon USA Sales Engineer, discusses maxon’s new line of dc brushless pancake motors.  These motors feature external rotors and shafts and are available with or without Hall Sensors.  They are ideal for use in robotics applications.

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Tags:  maxon, maxon motors, Electromate, pancake motor, BLDC motor, brushless motor, servo motor, automation, DC motor

The Key Components Behind the Robots

DesignNews On Demand Webinar –Duration: 60-minutes

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About the webinar

What’s behind every great robot? A great motor or even multiple motors, for starters. It also involves the bearings, cables, drives, and controllers, and in some cases, linear actuators. Whether your robot is being deployed on a factory floor, in an operating room, or in one of the now-famous drones, it’s these technologies that serve as the differentiators. In fact, robotics can be in applications that range from the very coarse to the very fine. For that reason, the types of motors and other components must also vary widely.

Attend this webinar and learn about:

  • The different components that are available, specifically for robotics applications
  • How the components differ
  • How you can choose the most appropriate parts for your robotic application
  • The efficiencies that can be gained by making the right choice

Speakers

John Payne
Vice President of Motion
Yaskawa America Inc.

Chad Henry
North American Sales Manager
Staubli Robotics

Moderator

Rob Spiegel
Senior Editor
Design News, UBM Canon

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VIDEO: Selecting a linear actuator for safe food production

The food industry is fanatical about safety.  Producers want to be known for offering safe and delicious products. I n addition, governments want to ensure their populations against illness caused by contamination and food-borne microbes.

Continue reading ‘VIDEO: Selecting a linear actuator for safe food production’

POSITAL takes rotary encoder programming into the Internet of Things

In this video, Christian Leeser, partner, FRABA Group, talks about rotary and linear motion sensing for industrial and harsh environment applications.  Leeser also introduces the UBIFAST Programmable Encoder 2.0 tool for the IXARC series of rotary encoders from POSITAL, designed to simplify device implementation by designers, maintenance staff and distributors.  Available in North America in early 2015, the tool’s integration of web-based software in mobile devices such as tablets, smart phones and notebooks, and the POSITAL cloud support service, makes it an exemplary example of an Internet of Things hardware deployment.

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http://www.electromate.com/pdf_lib/Posital%20Fraba/Posital_Catalog.pdf

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Warren Osak
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Toll Free Phone:   877-737-8698
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www.electromate.com

 

Tags:  Posital, Posital Fraba, Electromate, Encoder, Multi-Turn Encoder, Optical Encoder, Incremental Encoder, Absolute Encoder, Programmable Encoder, UBIFAST, ATEX, ATEX-Certified, Explosion Proof

New Video- Overview of the maxon encoder family

9min YouTube Video

Learn about the different types of encoders and how to select the right one for your application in this short video from the maxon academy.  Click on the image below to view the video.

maxon motors for Space Applications

Check out this new video from maxon motor UK on how Oxford Space Systems are incorporating maxon motor products in their deployable structures for the space industry.

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Click on the link below to view the Maxon Motor Product Family.

http://www.electromate.com/products/?partner=1072297493

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone:   877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax:       877-737-8699
www.electromate.com

 

Tags:  maxon, maxon motor, maxon DC motor, Electromate, servo motor, BLDC motor, brushless motor, flat motor, pancake motor, automation, electric motor, motion control, motor winding selection

 


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