Brushless motors are well-suited for applications that require a high speed. Brush-type motors generate more noise and have brush wear.

D.C. Brushless Motors & Gearmotors

Because brushless D.C. motor speed controls rely on Hall sensor feedback for speed regulation instead of back-EMF, there is only minimal speed drift as the motor warms up. This is beneficial in applications where the speed can’t deviate from its setting from the time the machine is turned on until the time it is turned off. Examples include film processors, commercial food ovens, and medical pumps

The low inertia of the brushless D.C. motor, coupled with the high peak torque capacity, result in a motor capable of quick accelerations and decelerations. This makes them an excellent choice in "servo" type applications where quick and precise positioning is needed. Examples include screen printing machinery, material handling equipment, and office machinery.

The advantages of brushless D.C. motors over D.C. brush motors are:

  • Reduced maintenance, improved reliability
  • Elimination of arcing
  • Smaller motor size
  • Lower rotor inertia
  • Elimination of brush noise, brush friction and carbon pollution
  • BLDC Speed Controls: filtered and unfiltered

We also offer a range of 130 VDC motors and gearmotors.