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Brush-Commutated DC Motors Deliver Smooth-Running Performance and Quiet Operation February 1, 2011

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Pittman Series 8300 brush-commutated DC motors offer smooth-running performance and quiet operation in a powerful small package. These 26-mm motors ideally suit medical/biotech and other applications requiring high performance, long life, and reliability.

Pittman DC Motors

This family of iron core DC motors incorporates bonded neodymium iron boron magnets, providing economical alternatives to coreless products. Key motor features include seven-slot skewed armatures for reduced cogging, resin-impregnated windings for enhanced reliability, and diamond-turned commutators for maximum brush life.

The motors are available in three lengths (1.798, 1.923, and 2.173 in.) and can provide continuous torque output up to 3.17 oz-in, peak torque up to 20 oz-in, and speeds up to 9,000 RPM.

An innovative cartridge brush assembly can serve to reduce audible and electrical noise and significantly improve brush life by maintaining optimum brush force throughout the life of the motor. Motor products can additionally be customized with optical encoders, custom cables, shaft modifications, shaft-mounted pulleys and gears, ball bearings, RFI suppression components, and other options to satisfy specific application requirements.

Click on the link below for additional information- 
http://www.servo2go.com/search.php?search=model 832&D=PROD

 For more information, please contact: 

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak        warren@servo2go.com 
Toll Free Phone:   877-378-0240
Toll Free Fax:       877-378-0249
www.servo2go.com

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