ThinGap LLC announces the TG8260 Brushless DC Ring Motor for direct drive motor applications. The TG8260 delivers smooth and controllable high speed/high shaft power without a gearbox.
The TG8260 supplies 2,075 oz-in. peak torque and 1,534 watts continuous power from a 2.03″ length by 8.386″ diameter package that weighs only 45 oz. Very smooth and controllable acceleration and deceleration have been realized by eliminating hyteresis and cogging. System efficiency of up to 80% can be achieved with the TG8260.
The TG8260 provides a low profile platform that is quiet, cool running, and conserves energy with a gyroscopic effect that reduces vibration. Also ideal for such applications as blowers, rotary positioning, ducted fan and vehicles. In vehicle propulsion systems, the TG8260 may be mounted inside the wheel hub, which dramatically reduces space requirements and weight.
Filed Under: Motion control • motor controls, Motors • dc, Motors (direct-drive) + frameless motors
Tom Lamb says
What is the largest diameter DC Ring Motor you have experience manufacturing?
Do you have a DC Ring motor that might be capable of propelling a battery-electric Transit Bus? Have you any experience in providing your DC Ring Motors for vehicle propulsion?
Tom Lamb says
Just looking for new motors that might improve Battery electric transit bus performance.
HansE ers says
I just looking for high torque and power ringmotors. For your idea what I was thinking about 60 to 100Nm and a diameter between 400 and 1000 mm. The fixings should be on the outside of the stator.
The application is a drive for a apparatus to use in the water industry.
Is this possible anyhow with this kind of systems?