ThinGap Motor Technologies (www.thingap.com) has unveiled the new
TG2300-Series NEMA 23 Frame Brushless dc servo motor, which features real-time
errors of less than five counts per 81,920 counts per revolution (0.006
Such low error count has generated much positive feedback from attendees of
the National Manufacturing Week in Chicago, says Richard Noling, the company's
President and CEO.
Developed for factory automation applications, the motor also features peak
torque of 574 oz-inch for quick acceleration and deceleration of heavy loads at
up to 7,200 rpm, thanks to the company's patented high-efficiency electromotive
coil technology, eliminating the need for gearbox reduction in many
PRECISION-FOCUSED: Developed for factory
automation applications where precise motion control is essential,
ThinGap's new TG2300-Series NEMA 23 Frame Brushless dc servo motor
features real-time errors of less than five counts per 81,920 counts per
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