FAULHABER offers the largest consolidated portfolio of miniature and micro drive technologies available in the world today. Our Product catalogue helps you to comfortably find and compare the right product in a few steps.
FAULHABER is exhibiting at trade fairs all around the world - find the dates of upcoming events here.
|International Robot Exhibition||03/09/2022||03/12/2022||Tokyo||Japan|
|Automationworld ( Smart Factory+Automation world )||04/06/2022||04/08/2022||Seoul||Korea|
|LASER World of PHOTONICS||04/26/2022||04/29/2022||Munich||Germany|
|Medical Manufacturing Asia||08/31/2022||09/02/2022||Singapore||Singapore|
|automation & electronics||10/05/2022||10/06/2022||Zurich||Switzerland|
With its speed and torque, the new AM3248 stepper motor from FAULHABER raises the bar in terms of performance and dimensions. Offering up to 10,000 rpm, it can achieve five times the speed of comparable stepper motors. Combined with a gearhead reduction of 100:1, it supplies a torque of 5 Nm. The motor delivers these values with a diameter of just 32 mm. This makes it ideally suited for a wide range of applications in areas such as aerospace, laboratory automation, large optical systems, the semiconductor industry, robotics and 3D printing.
In many application areas, electric miniature drives belong to the basic equipment required for technical devices. For electronics designers, the challenge is to take the components of the power electronics, μControllers and sensor systems that are housed together in the smallest of spaces in the controlled electric drive, into consideration in terms of the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and to find compromises that are acceptable to the market. The new specialist book by Dr.-Ing. Andreas Wagener is aimed at users and supports them in constructing their end device in an EMC-compliant manner with a controlled miniature drive as a component.