· Plastic or metal.
· Wound-field, permanent-magnet, brushless, intermittent and continuous duty motors.
· The brushed motor gains torque from the power supplied to the motor using stationary magnets, commutation and rotating electrical magnets. Brushless motors use a soft magnetic core in the rotor or a permanent magnet, as well as stationary magnets in the housing.
· Homopolar motors or ball bearing motors.
· Shunt, series and compound connections.
· Kv and Km.
· Smoothly control a speed down to zero without power circuit switching, even after accelerating in the opposite direction.
· Ideal for applications that require quick stops so you don’t need a mechanical brake.
· Rare earth, ceramic or ferrite magnets.
· Choose a motor that doesn’t adversely affect the Km.
· Several varieties available, such as 28:1 or 18:1.
· Motors are available for indoor or outdoor use.
· Generate a large force at a low speed.
· You can have a DC gear motor designed and manufactured to suit your size, power, torque and mounting needs.