DC-Micromotors

Originally invented by Dr. Fritz Faulhaber Sr. and patented in 1958, the FAULHABER coreless (or ironless) progressive, self-supporting, skew-wound rotor winding is at the heart of every FAULHABER DC-Micromotor.

This revolutionary technology created new possibilities for customer application of DC-Motors where the highest power, best dynamic performance, in the smallest possible size and weight are required.

Features and benefits

No cogging torque · Smooth position and speed control · High efficiency· Low Noise · High torque · Low Weight · Very low rotor inertia · Dynamic start-stop operation · Low torque ripple and EMI

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DC-Micromotors
Series 2342...CR

Graphite Commutation

  • diameter 23 mm
  • • length 42 mm

Series 2342...CR Variants

Product UN(V) n0(min⁻¹) MH(mNm) MN(mNm)
2342S006CR 6 9,000 87.2 14
2342S012CR 12 8,100 80 17
2342S018CR 18 8,000 86.5 18
2342S024CR 24 8,500 85.4 17
2342S036CR 36 8,100 91.4 19
2342S048CR 48 8,000 84.4 18

DC-Micromotors
Series 2342...CR

Graphite Commutation

  • diameter 23 mm
  • • length 42 mm

Encoders

Linear Components

Gearheads

Drive Electronics

Accessories

DC-Micromotors
Series 2342...CR

Graphite Commutation

  • diameter 23 mm
  • • length 42 mm

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DC-Micromotors
Series 2342...CR

Graphite Commutation

  • diameter 23 mm
  • • length 42 mm

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