Micro motor features
The main difference between our DC micro motors and conventional DC motors is in the rotor. The rotor does not have an iron primary but contains a self-helping skew-wound copper winding. This featherweight rotor has an extremely low minute of inertia, and it rotates without cogging. The effect is the Transmission Chain excellent dynamics of our motors. For low power micro motors, commutation systems using precious metals are the optimum solution due to their low contact resistance.

Our precious steel commutated motors range in proportions from just 6 mm to 22 mm in diameter.

We complete the drive system by providing a number of additional hightech standard components including high resolution encoders, precision gearheads, and drive electronics. We focus on the modification of their drive systems to fi t the customer’s particular software requirements. Common modifications include vaccuum compatibility, extreme temperature compatibility, modified shaft geometry, extra voltage types, customized micro motor leads and connectors, plus much more.

Micro motor benefits
Perfect for battery operated devices
No cogging
Extremely low current consumption – low starting voltage
Highly dynamic performance because of a low inertia, low inductance winding
Light and compact
Precise speed control
Simple to control because of the linear performance characteristics