Coreless DC Motors
FAULHABER coreless DC motors differ from conventional iron core DC motors in that the rotor consists of a self-supporting, skew wound copper coil. These motors also feature an extremely low rotor inertia and zero cogging or preferred rotor position, as well as a uniquely high, power to volume ratio.
- Coreless DC Motors are constructed with a rotor attached to a commutator plate. Brushes providing commutation, these lightweight motors have a low starting inertia for maximum acceleration & minimal power consumption.
- Designed with a flat axial air-gap, Flat DC Micromotors feature a self-supporting, ironless rotor winding. Take advantage of this motor type's zero cogging torque, smooth motion & speed control, and dynamic start-stop functionality.
- PMDC Motors are robustly engineered with a brushed 2-pole DC motors and permanent magnetic fields. Their industrial design, high variability and magnetic field allows for maximum efficiency.