Nidec Corporation Datasheets for DC Motors

DC motors are most commonly used in variable speed and torque applications. They include brushless and gear motors, as well as servomotors.
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Next-generation motors that do not use permanent magnets These are also called switched reluctance motors or variable reluctance (VR) motors. In principle, the rotor has neither permanent magnet nor winding.
These are inner rotor type brushless DC motors that achieve high efficiency, long life, and low noise levels. Brushless DC motors are energy-saving DC motors that do not need the...
These are outer rotor type brushless DC motors that achieve high efficiency, long life, and low noise levels. Brushless DC motors are energy-saving DC motors that do not need the...
They save energy compared to AC motors. These are brush DC motors that use permanent magnets. They are also called governless motors. They feature lower power consumption than AC motors.
We created high performance coreless motor by re-investigating the design of coil and magnetic circuit as well as by utilizing our high precision processing technology and internal processing technology. Features...