PMDC Motor:Permanent Magnet Brushed DC Motor
PMDC Motors or permanent magnet direct current motors are a form of brushed DC motor. Brush is used to introduce an extraction voltage and a current. It is the most significant part of the motor. The advantages include a quick start and brake in time. You can adjust the speed smoothly for a wide range. When it comes to design, these are the simplest motors with a relatively simple control circuit. They are also considerably affordable. They have good performance on starting torque characteristics.
Core Structure of a Brushed DC Motor
A PMDC motor, as the name suggests, consists of a stator that comprises of permanent magnets instead of windings. All brush DC motors are composed of following main sub-assemblies:
– The stator
– The brush and commutator
– The rotor
How to Select Your suitable PMDC Motor?
When the motor is working, coils and commutator rotate, however, magnet and brushes do not turn. The alternating coil current is rotated with the help of the motor commutator and the brushes. As the voltage rises, the brush dc motor speed increases too. The motor needs proper torque and speed to function with the highest efficiency.
So, how to find which type is the best choice for your project? Based on your cost and working application requirements, choose the following factors:
First, you need to match the motor diameter to the available work space. Motor diameter ranges from 8mm to 120mm. Usually, large frame size motors have higher torque output.
The motor length ranges from 16 mm to 70 mm.
Carbon brush includes graphite, the Baptist grease graphite, and metals (copper, silver) graphite.
Different types of bearings are used for high axial or radial load applications.
Neodymium magnets (NdFeB magnets) provide higher output torque however they are expensive. Though Ferrite magnets have good temperature resistance and low cost, their performance is relatively moderate. Still, they have become the most widely used permanent magnets. For more information, visit our electric motor parts selection.
It determines voltage, resistance, and torque constant selection. We choose only good quality materials of pure copper winding. The 12V, 24V, 48V, and 90V DC motor types are very popular and used often.
You can choose the appropriate motor housing shape for your workspace. Usually, it comes in square and round shape. You can change the voltage turning it into PWM frequency should you need to adjust the speed. Check if the sensor feedback and brake components meet your application requirements. If you need low RPM and high torque DC motor, adding a gear reducer is the best option. You can also send us a request for a customized design. For more information, visit our OEM process page.
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