GHC SHAFT MOTOR
Shaft motors are motors with a simple construction that drives using magnetic circuits consisting only of permanent magnets and coils, and whichfeature a diverse range of characteristics. These characteristics includeprecisionpositioning and high-, low-, and constant-speed driving, making the range of applications highly diverse. As a specialist motor manufacturer, Nippon Pulse Motor has integrated its unique control and communication technology through technical and production collaboration with shaft motor developer GMC HillstoneCo., Ltd.(http://www.ghc.co.jp), and has further combined linear encoders, encoder guides, and mechanical systems to meet customers' requirements and provide systems for use as the ideal actuators for their individual applications.
Shaft-motor and linear-motor construction
In addition to the obvious difference
between the cylindrical and flat configurations, the other difference are that the magnetic circuits of most motors - including linear motors - are made of magnetic iron, while shaft motors are not. For this reason, there are no adsorption force between the shaft and the slider (coil), thereby totally eliminating cogging.
● What are shaft motors? Shaft motors are direct-drive linear servomotors that consist of a shaft with laminated magnets and cylindrically wound coils controlled by the flow of current.
Outstanding features of shaftmotors
The single-shaft drive uses a control system matched to the combination of a shaft and a slider so as to enable control system to suit the specific requirements, even for complex movement.
This is the basic drive system. The X and Y shafts can be used to create an XY stage.
Multiple slider can be controlled by a single shaft,thereby supporting complex movement.
Effective for driving large or heavy objects
Allows the thrust to be increased through combination of the slider
Shaft-Motor Characteristics and Typical Applications
A wide range of applications utilizing the characteristics of shaft motors is listed below. These can be used in a diverse range of practical applications, such as precision positioning, operation under adverse environmental conditions, and for the conveying of heavy loads.