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Nema 17 42mm High Speed Brushless Dc Motor 48V 60W 3 Phase Micro 0.13nm
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|Product Name||Brushless DC Motors||Rated Voltage||48V|
|Rated Speed||4400 RPM||Power||60W|
|Rated Torque||0.13N.m||Insulation Class||B|
|Ambient Temperature||-20℃~+50℃||Insulation Resistance||100MΩ Min.500VC DC|
|MAX Radial Force||28N (10mm From Front Flange)||MAX Axial Force||10N|
High Rpm Brushless Dc Motor,
3 Phase Brushless Dc Motor,
nema 17 brushless dc motor
42BLFX01-003 NEMA 17 micro 48V 60W 3 phase brushless DC motor
Resistance: 3.7 OHMS
Nominal voltage: 48V
No-load speed: 6600 rpm
No-load current: 0.25A
Rated torque: 0.13Nm
Hall Effect Angle:120° Electrical Angle
The 42BLF series is one of the most regular brushless motors applied in the automation industry.
|Number Of Phases||Phase||3||3|
|Number Of Poles||Poles||8||8|
|Back EMF constant||V/kRPM||6.7||7.1|
***Note: The products can be customized by your request. Please contact us for more details.
*Products can match gearbox 36,42mm
|ELECTRICAL CONNECTION TABLE|
|PHASE A||YELLOW||UL3265 22AWG|
The advantages of a brushless motor over brushed motors are high power-to-weight ratio, high speed, electronic control, and low maintenance. Brushless motors find applications in such places as computer peripherals (disk drives, printers), hand-held power tools, and vehicles ranging from model aircraft to automobiles. In modern washing machines, brushless DC motors have allowed the replacement of rubber belts and gearboxes by a direct-drive design.