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Portescap demos Ultra EC range of high torque, high speed mini-motors at SPS

19 November 2019

For design engineers operating within the automation and robotics industries, SPS is an annual highlight that showcases the latest product developments and technological advancements. Portescap will be using this year’s show to demonstrate the unique characteristics of its Ultra EC range of miniature motors. With a patented ‘U coil’ design, the new motor range delivers unprecedented speed and torque in a compact package.

Visit Portescap on Stand 655, Hall 1, at SPS IPC Drives 2019: Nuremberg Messe 26th – 28th November

The operating profile of automated and hand-held assembly tools are quite different from many other motor-driven applications. They will typically require very precise speed and torque outputs combined with a lightweight and compact footprint. For precision applications, such as ‘pick & place’ machines or robots charged with materials handling duties, design engineers need to specify motors that will drive performance.

To answer the demands of the automation industry, Portescap will be featuring its Ultra EC range of brushless slotless motors. Featuring a patented ‘U coil’ design that maximises the effects of the magnetic field, the Ultra EC range is more efficient and, therefore, able to deliver up to 30% improvements in torque and speed compared to other motors of the same size. Depending on the application requirements, the Ultra EC range is available in three configurations: ECS Line for high speed (up to 70,000 rpm) and responsiveness; ECP Line for an efficient balance of speed and torque; and ECT for ultra-high torque (up to 225 mNm) in the smallest package.

Portescap is a leading expert in the design and development of precision motor technology with a proven ability to work with end-users to design solutions that are the perfect fit. Available on stand at SPS will be sales and technical managers along with application engineering experts who specialise in the fields of automation and robotics. 


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