- High Cost Service Applications
- Heavy Loads
- Corrosive or Washdown
- Temperature Extremes
- Wet or Dirty Environments
- Electrically Noisy Environments
Hall Effect Magnetic Commutators
|Our P9122 Low Resolution Magnetic Encoder can be configured in to a dual channel low resolution encoder or a 3 channel commutators for 4 or 6 pole commutation|
|Our P9118 Low Resolution Magnetic Encoder can be configured an option for 3 channels of cummutation for 4 or 6 pole commutation|
|Our P9123 Low Resolution Magnetic Encoder can be configured in to a dual channel low resolution encoder or a 3 channel commutators for 4 or 6 pole commutation|
Phoenix has a variety of endbell mounted and internal mounted three channel Hall Effect based commutator solutions for brushless DC motors. Phoenix can also design solutions using the magnetic fields generated by the motor magnets. Early involvement of the Phoenix design team will provide the most effective commuatation solution.
Brushed motors typically have only two wires, one positive and one negative. They have carbon brushes which contact a rotating segmented drum that switches which coil is receiving current from the battery. Brushed motors are generally also 3 phase motors because they have three sets of windings. The motor’s commutator is a rotating drum made from copper segments which switch the coils in that motor that is receiving power at any time and hence maintain the revolving of the motor.