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More power for pumps

More power for pumps

The Faulhaber 1935…BRC brushless DC-motor from EMS achieves a continuous torque of 3.5mNm while still retaining the compact design of the successful 1935…BRE, making it more powerful than the predecessor model. 

Its direction of rotation is reversible. At the same time, the speed range was increased to 1,000 to 11,000 min-1 and the efficiency was further improved. The temperature range has also increased significantly, ranging from -25 C to 85 C. The new high-performance bearings allow for a prolonged service life. The proven connection concept of the 1525...BRC and 3153...BRC series was now standardised in the 1935...BRC.

The 1935…BRC has an integrated speed controller and thus its own electronic control. This facilitates speed control by means of a PI controller with external set-point input. With its dimensions of 19 mm in diameter and 35 mm in length, the motor is adapted for installation in very restricted spaces and thanks to its rugged design it is suitable for applications with high loads. An integrated current limiting protects the motor from overload, the controller setting can be parametrised via the programming adapter. 

Typical fields of application of the 1935…BRC are primarily applications in pumps, for example for laboratory devices, inkjet printers, medical technology and diagnostics, fuel cells or in battery-powered systems. It can also be used in robotics, tool technology, industry automation, as well as measurement and testing technology.

 
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