COMPUMOTOR's BE Series brushless servo motors produce high continuous stall torque in a cost-reduced package. The increased torque of the BE Series is the result of an increased number of magnetic poles on the rotor.
Traditional motors in these frame sizes have four magnetic poles on the rotor, while the BE Series has eight poles.
The cost reduction of the motors is achieved from their open lamination design. Unlike traditional servo motors, the BE Series does not have a metal housing.
Instead, the laminations of the motor stator are shaped into the body of the motor. This design reduces both material costs and assembly time.
The motors are created using Compumotor's bridged stator design. This two-piece lamination simplifies the manufacturing process, creating further cost savings.
The bridged stator construction also results in less audible noise being generated by the motor.
The BE Series is available with integrated planetary gearheads in ratios up to 100:1. The unique package integrates the gearhead pinion into the motor shaft, reducing the overall package length by up to 2 inches.
Features include: Size 23 and 34, 2 to 46lb-in continuous torque; brushless construction; thermoswitch protection; 2000 line encoder standard; and resolver feedback option. Motion Solutions 03 9563 0115.