No matter whether you want to learn something new from your home office, on the go or from your actual office: our webinars offer you an opportunity to learn more about our products and solutions from anywhere. Our drive experts will be presenting interesting tools and application know-how as well as answer any questions you may have at the end of each session. For example, you can find out more about our FAULHABER Drive Selection Tool that supports you in calculating which drive you may need, or get more familiar with our Motion Manager software. We will show you how to optimally use these and other tools. We also dedicate a portion of the webinars to technical questions, such as the development of noise in motors, the calculation of a dc motor or other unique application requirements. We are looking forward to a lively discussion with you!
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In this webinar, our expert will show you everything you need to know about Brushless motor technologies, and how best to use them in your applications.
You will see the differences between DC and Brushless motor technologies, the sensor technologies used in Brushless motors, and the electronic commutation necessary for Brushless motor control. Practical tip and tricks will show you how to use the Brushless motors for the best performance, and how to solve the most common control problems. A question & answer session will conclude the webinar.
- DC vs Brushless motor technologies
- Rotor characteristics
- Sensors in Brushless motors
- Electronic commutation made simple
- Data-sheet and main motor characteristics
- Options and combinations
- Troubleshooting using Brushless motors
- Brushless motors with integrated control electronics
Participation is free of charge, but the number of participants is limited.
After obtaining a Master in Applied Electronics Engineering from University of Padua, Mario Zecchin worked as development engineer for Micromotori Elettrici Svizzera SA, Stabio, responsible for automotive headlamp actuators, followed by holding a position as scientific mechatronics staff at Scuola Universitaria Professionale della Svizzera Italiana (SUPSI), collaborating with Swiss industries for innovative projects. Zecchin joined FAULHABER MINIMOTOR SA in 2007 as product manager motion control and since 2013 he works as senior sales engineer.
Anyone who missed the webinars can access them at the FAULHABER GoTo Stage. The webinars are offered in English and German. The GoTo Stage will be continuously updated, as soon as a webinar has been held for the first time, the recording will be made available here.