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Brush DC Motors

A brush DC motor is an electric motor driven by a direct current. Noted for a particularly high ratio of torque to inertia, the brush DC motor has the potential to supply three to four times more torque than its rated torque. The brush DC motor consists of six different components: the axle, armature/rotor, commutator, stator, magnets, and brushes. The brushes are a key component to the brush DC motor design, which can lead to maintenance issues over time as they are and are prone to wear and require replacement. However, the brush DC motor offers a very simple and affordable design; it often does not require a controller. Brush DC motors offer stable and continuous current, and have the ability to vary the speed-torque ratio in almost any way. For more information on Brush DC motors, view our Brush DC Motor Guide.

Anaheim Automation's Brush DC Motor line consists of both Small DC Motors, and large, 56C Permanent Magnet DC Motors. Our Small DC Motors deliver torque from 0.3 to 18.5 oz-in of torque, and are available in sizes from 20mm to 52mm. The 56C Permanent Magnet DC Motor line provides torque from 288 to 576 oz-in, with speeds up to 2500 RPM.

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Voltage: DC
Speed: RPM