torque motor


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torque motor

[′tȯrk ‚mōd·ər]
(electromagnetism)
A motor designed primarily to exert torque while stalled or rotating slowly.
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A new dynamic friction parameter identification method is proposed in this study for the LuGre model and an identification experiment is conducted for a practical DDR torque motor control system.
Swiss manufacturer Sonceboz has produced compact torque motors as actuators for the automotive market and for engine controls since 2000.
In addition, a high-performance Rexroth IndraDyn T torque motor is used for the tool's rotary axis that controls the ground radius accuracy.
The Variable Torque motor is essentially a continuously variable transmission (CVT) that features a patented shifting mechanism.
Featuring a robust, high torque motor and cassette principle, the model ZM 200 ultra centrifugal mill can handle hundreds of samples per day without cross contamination.
Standard features include a high torque motor with closed-loop digital control, a clutchless design, ball screw covers for longer life, preloaded ball screws for smooth operation and a one-year warranty.
Direct drive technology produces peak power from the IndraDyn T series of torque motors.
Magnetic's idea to develop a blockable and short-circuit-proof torque motor today offers a wide range of barriers for worldwide, universal use.
To meet these highly specialized demands, BEI Kimco Magnetics (Vista, CA) has introduced the new BLDC Limited Angle Torque Motor Model LAT40-48.
According to the company, the motor is suited for beam pumping units, punch presses, and similar applications that demand high slip and high torque motor solutions.
The rotary axis for the workhead is powered by a Fanuc servo motor or by a Fanuc synchronous built-in DiS servo torque motor with a high-accuracy rotary encoder.
In order to fill Otto Bock's requirements, Chiron engineers integrated a torque motor in the proven two-axis swivel rotary table.