Permanent Magnet

Permanent magnet motors use magnets in place of magnetic coils. Brushed motors have magnets in the stator while brushless motors have magnets on the rotor. This is in contrast to induction motors and series wound motors which use coils in both places.

  • For the same amount of power and torque output, permanent magnet motors are smaller and more efficient

ADVANCED Motion Controls' Capabilities

  • All off-the-shelf drives work with permanent magnet motors