Hybrid Stepper System
PrimoPal brings high-performance 2 phase, 3 phase and 5 phase hybrid stepping motors to customers around the world. According to the focus of motor design and performance, they are divided into standard type, torque-enhanced type, high-precision type, smooth type and anti-corrosion. They can fully meet the various application needs of different users.
PM Stepper Motor
PrimoPal's permanent magnet stepping motor has relatively small torque and size and is suitable for applications where some control accuracy requirements are not very high, and at the same time, the output torque is low. PrimoPal specializes in kinds of permanent magnet stepper motors, including PPMS series PM stepper motors, PPMG series PM stepper gear motors (permanent magnet stepper motors with gears inside or gearbox adders), and PPML series PM stepper linear actuators.
Brushless DC Motor
PrimoPal's PBL Series brushless DC motors offer high performance, long life and low maintenance for applications requiring stable velocity control over a wide speed range, with frame size ranging from NEMA 17 to NEMA 42. These 3-phase and 8-pole brushless motors are provided with hall signals for commutation and velocity loop feedback. In addition to our standard models, custom-design brushless DC motors with a comprehensive accessory line of encoders, brakes, planetary and right-angle gear reduction to meet your specific application needs.
A geared hub motor provides a good deal of low-end torque. When you're in dirt, sand, or climbing up a fire road, having that extra oomph is helpful for pushing through trickier starts, The torque, combined with the motor 's general durability, makes it can ideal option for bikes designed for both off-road and concrete jungles.
PrimoPal’s spindle motors have the same design and manufacturing priorities as our servo motors: provide the ultimate in performance, reliability, and efficiency. Our exceptional motor control software and exacting manufacturing tolerances deliver motors that are whisper-quiet, practically vibration-free, and have a track record of running for decades without failure.
Micro AC Gear Motor
The AC induction motor is by far the most widely used motor in the industry. Traditionally, it has been used in constant and variable-speed drive applications that do not cater for fast dynamic processes. Because of the recent development of several new control technologies, such as vector and direct torque controls, this situation is changing rapidly. The underlying reason for this is the fact that the cage induction motor is much cheaper and more rugged than its competitor, the dc motor, in such applications. This section starts with the induction motor drives that are based on the steady-state equivalent circuit of the motor, followed by vector-controlled drives that are based on its dynamic model.
In the process of selecting and using the micro linear actuator, it needs to be effectively selected according to its application to effectively meet the different needs of its customers. The motors and actuators and other accessories in the equipment can be combined in any way. The application fields and functions of the miniature linear actuator are different.