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EMS to showcase new motor

01/10/19 - UK’s FAULHABER distributer to exhibit at Robotics & Automation

1st October 2019
Filed under: Robotics, Mechatronics, Coventry

Robotics & Automation 2019

Leading precision mechatronics drive system specialist, Electro Mechanical Systems Ltd (EMS) is proud to showcase the brand new FAULHABER flat brushless DC outer rotor motors at the Robotics and Automation show on October 29 – 30 2019 at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry. The UK’s sole distributer of FAULHABER motors, EMS offers the most comprehensive range small mechatronic drive systems on the market and this latest offering is setting new standards in high performance.

This new range from FAULHABER uses innovative winding technology and optimum design that allows it to deliver a torque of up to 134 mNm (100W) and a power  to weight density that is unmatched. Its flat design and high performance make them ideal for the most demanding applications in robotics and medical devices.

The iron-core motors with 14 high performance, rare earth magnets on the rotor and 12 teeth on the stator, come in a variety of sizes, measuring just 14mm, 16mm and 21mm long making them perfect for applications that require a short drive solution with high torque.

“This new range of FAULHABER brushless motors offers a more compact, efficient option for a wide range of applications. Over the years brushless motors have become more prominent in applications such as handheld surgical tools and cordless power tools - the efficiency of the motor meaning they can be used for longer periods of time from a single battery charge,” explains Stewart Goulding, managing director at EMS ltd.

“The range’s efficiency, reliability and power density mean it is ideally placed for use in robotics and medical applications. As such equipment becomes smaller, lighter and high-power density and efficient heat dissipation becomes more appealing and positively influences the performance of the device.”

EMS Ltd also has a comprehensive UK manufacturing facility offering design and manufacturing of bespoke mechatronics to a range of sectors including the automotive, medical, metrology, petrochemical and personal health industries.

To find out more visit stand 306 at Robotics and Automation Show on October, 29-30.