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Low Speed Stability
16 January 2013
Among the products to be showcased by Delta Line at Southern Manufacturing, the ultraflat, high torque DPM- 63S10 stepper motor with a step angle of 1.8 ̊ supports designers requiring maximum torque and high positional accuracy combined with minimum overall height.
When operated in microstep, the motor can achieve positional accuracy to <0.02°. With the right driver it can even run as a brushless motor. Thanks to the high torque, speed stability is possible at low speeds when needed, often eliminating the need for gearboxes/gearing solutions and, therefore, keeping the installation space to a minimum. At high speeds, powers of up to 50W can be achieved with short power-up time.
The powerful stepper motor is said to be suited to applications such as component feeders in the semiconductor market, automation equipment, medical pumps and laboratory equipment and inspection devices, as well as equipment for laser technology, test equipment, and monitoring/ security cameras. Stand E30
- Wheel hub gearbox for AGVs & AMRs
- High speed-to-torque performance
- Ultra performance
- Multi-axis BLDC motor controller
- Brushless motor with integrated motion control
- Customer specific flat motors
- Flat, compact design
- Dynamic performance in a compact size
- Flat brushless motor
- High Torque Stepper Motors