Brushless motor

  • 13-Mar-2009 08:36 EDT
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The SBL300 from SPAL USA is a completely sealed brushless motor designed to suit a variety of air movement needs. Available in both axial and centrifugal blower configurations, the low-mass SBL300 features IP68-certified dustproof/waterproof construction and integrated power and signal electronics. The high-efficiency motor also offers a low-inertia inner rotor, reduced axial dimensions, low noise, and resistance to vibration and harshness levels. Fully customizable for OEM programs, the SPAL motor incorporates smart soft start—a reduced in-rush current that protects a stalled/resisted fan. The brushless design reduces the number of wear components over brushed technology to deliver long-lasting motor life and to provide automatic power de-rating to guarantee performance in over-temperature operating conditions. Designed to meet the highest engineering standards for both performance and durability, the SBL300 is recommended for automotive, bus, off-highway, and truck applications.
For more information, visit booth 1055 at the SAE 2009 World Congress. 

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