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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Pittman DC Motors Minimize Magnetic Cogging

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Greenville, DEPITTMAN Series 14000 brush-commutated DC feature 11-slot skewed armatures to minimize magnetic cogging (or reluctance torque) and promote quiet and smooth operation. They ideally suit a wide range of power applications, including computer peripherals, imaging, and clinical diagnostics, among countless others.
 
PITTMAN Series 14000 motors are available in seven lengths and can achieve peak torques up to 410 oz-in and speeds up to 4,230 RPM.  Speed, voltage, current, and torque characteristics can be varied to meet specific needs.
 
Commutators are diamond turned after armature assembly to ensure optimum concentricity and long brush life. Copper graphite brushes are standard. Windings are resin-impregnated for greater reliability in incremental motion applications.
 
Modular construction enables easy customization with alternate brush materials, encoders, timing belt pulleys, brakes, cables, connectors, modified shafts.
 
More information on the 14000 series motors can be viewed at-
 
 
 
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