It has been announced by ISL Products International, a value-added manufacturing and engineering services for electronic/electromechanical components company, that it is expanding its brush and brushless DC motor and gear motor modification capabilities to further meet the exact specifications of virtually every specialised OEM application.
The newly enhanced engineering capabilities target a broad range of especially low-energy designs in which high efficiency and extremely low current are required. In addition to now meeting the demands of low energy budget products, ISL’s comprehensive range of value-added services ensure that all customers’ design challenges are met whenever off-the-shelf motors are not suitable. Unparalleled customer support is provided throughout each stage of the manufacturing process to help OEMs cost-effectively speed time-to-market.
Built for durability, efficiency, and long life, the low current DC motors and gear motors meet the needs of battery powered equipment, and are suited for use in dispensing machines (paper towel, soap, and sanitisers), cordless power tools, medical tools, robotics, and portable instrumentation/test equipment.
Moreover, ISL’s value-added DC motors and gear motors are currently employed in an extensive range of specialised OEM applications, such as vending machines, industrial packaging machines (labelling, cutting), automated locks and doors, medical equipment, security cameras and pool chair lifts.
Besides the ability to specify precise current limitations, customers can order brush and brushless DC motors and gear motors with exact values for essentially all electrical and mechanical parameters, including voltage, speed, torque, output power, shaft configuration, overall size, and encoder type.
Motors may also be optimised to meet every applications’ special operating conditions, and are offered in a variety of configurations to facilitate optimal design flexibility. Lead wires, connectors, pulley’s, external gears, and sub-assemblies are further available to address the needs of any specific assembly requirements.