Whether you are searching for an industrial grade Permanent Magnet DC motor, a low cost PMDC motor with improved power density designs or a PMDC motor controller, all of your application needs can be met by the high quality, high efficiency and finely tuned products from TelcoMotion.
TelcoMotion, a division of Telco Intercontinental Corporation, is a PMDC motor manufacturer that produces superior cost-effective solutions for a wide variety of applications, including:
- Mobility assistance devices, such as wheelchairs
- Audio and visual equipment
- Handheld devices, such as electric toothbrushes and shavers
- Medical equipment
… and many others
Benefits to Using a Permanent Magnet DC Motor
Our brushed PMDC motors come in an array of sizes, voltages and output speeds. With a light weight design, high starting torque and a wide speed range, our PMDC motors are the perfect solution for all of your applications.
Customizable design options are also available and we have an extensive collection of accessories on hand as well. The PMDC motor is highly efficient and produces little noise. Due to how these motors are constructed, they also rely on less power than other traditional motors, thereby reducing energy expenses.
How Do Permanent Magnet DC Motors Work?
As its name implies, a permanent magnet DC motor relies on a magnetic field to operate, though there are several components that must simultaneously work together to make the motor function properly.
While multiple elements are involved during the operation, a PM DC motor essentially has two main parts: a stator and an armature, which is also commonly known as a rotor.
The stator is the stationary part of the motor and remains in one position during operation of the motor. The armature is housed within the stator and rotates within an established magnetic field. Mounted to the stator on each side of the armature are magnets. The magnets in the stator are mounted in an alternating pattern so that the North pole of one magnet faces the armature in one position, and the South pole of the magnet next to the first one faces the armature and so on. That variation of magnetism allows the armature to rotate due to the gravitational pull and push from the magnets. If the pattern of the polarity of the magnets is switched, the motor will run in the opposite direction.
Attached to the armature are the rotor coils, which connect the electric current to the brushes. The brushes then direct the current to the commutator, and as the armature rotates it is connected to the following coil.
Telco: Providing Advanced Solutions for More Than 30 Years
Working closely with customers and clients to understand their needs and deliver a product that exceeds their expectations, Telco has helped countless companies increase efficiency and productivity through cost-effective, turnkey solutions across a number of many different industries.
By offering solutions to increase a company’s operational flexibility through lean manufacturing techniques and principles, the experts at Telco can help your company’s operations improve significantly.