Brushless Motor Windings

Brushless motors are an evolution of synchronous electric motors. Synchronous motors function on alternating current, with the rotational velocity directly linked to the frequency of voltage applied to the terminals.

Synchronous motors consist of a stator, which is identical to those of asynchronous motors, inside of which, separated by a small air gap, there is a rotor of ferromagnetic material. Attached to the rotor are a number of poles – equal to the number of stator windings – that are typically made of permanent magnets. A synchronous machine motor connected in parallel to a power source can function as a generator or as a motor that applies a driving or braking torque along its axis.

Motori Brushless

300×350 45 cables, 20 poles, insulation class F

There are a wide range of applications for brushless motors and the field is growing significantly (CNC machine tools, industrial automation, robotics, light pulling, office equipment, portable equipment, medical equipment, aerospace, elevators, lifts, etc.)

Recently the applications of brushless motors have expanded, thanks to the replacement of ferrite (Fe2O3) (and?) magnetite (Fe3O4) magnets with neodymium magnets (N27>N50), providing higher power and torque outputs while also reducing motor size.

Avvolgimenti Motori Brushless

240×175 48 cables, 16/4 poles
insulation class F

Avvolgimenti Motori Brushless

270×175 48 cables, 4 poles
insulation class F

Motori Brushless

330×200 48 cables, 4 poles
insulation class F

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