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PMDC Gear Motors

PMDC Gear Motors Designed to Fit Your Needs Our specialists have designed custom gear motors for use in many OEM applications and we want to help you next! Custom electric gear motors offer many operational benefits. If your project requires maximum torque in minimum space, a custom gear motor is right for you. We customize…
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Spur Gear Motors

Spur Gear Motors Designed to Fit Your Needs Our specialists have designed custom gear motors for use in many OEM applications and we want to help you next! Custom electric gear motors offer many operational benefits. If your project requires maximum torque in minimum space, a custom gear motor is right for you. We customize…
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Helical Gear Motors

Helical Gear Motors Designed to Fit Your Needs Our specialists have designed custom gear motors for use in many OEM applications and we want to help you next! Custom electric gear motors offer many operational benefits. If your project requires maximum torque in minimum space, a custom gear motor is right for you. We customize…
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Low RPM AC Gear Motors

Many machines that we use every day include an AC motor for dependable power. However, if you are looking for a specific motor to operate your machine’s gearbox, an AC gear motor might be the best choice. At Power Electric, we work with the world’s best manufacturers to source the highest quality gear motors for…
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Why are DC Motors Usually Gear Motors

Many battery-operated devices rely on DC motors for power. Because of their high shaft speeds—typically 1500-6000 RPM under load—DC motors are commonly paired with a gearbox. Without the gearbox, the shaft speed of DC motors often exceeds the requirements of most applications. Since many applications require a controllable shaft speed output, many DC motors are…
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What are Gear Motors Used For?

Gear motors are used in applications that require lower shaft speed and higher torque output. This describes a wide range of applications and scenarios, including many of the machines and equipment we interact with on a daily basis. From ATV wipers to hospital beds, servo mechanisms to packaging equipment, paint mixers to juice dispensers, gear…
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What Are Gear Motors

Gear motors, or gearmotors, are electric motors connected to some type of enclosed gear reduction box. They are sold and used as a single integral unit, and they offer the ability to reduce speed while increasing torque. Gear motors come in a wide array of shapes, sizes and types of gearing. The most common types…
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What are Gear Motors Used For?

Gear motors are used in applications that require lower shaft speed and higher torque output. This describes a wide range of applications and scenarios, including many of the machines and equipment we interact with on a daily basis. From ATV wipers to hospital beds, servo mechanisms to packaging equipment, paint mixers to juice dispensers, gear…
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Stepper Gear Motors

Custom Stepper Gear Motors Designed to Fit Your Needs Our specialists have designed custom stepper gear motors for use in many OEM applications and we want to help you next! Permanent magnet (PM) stepper motors provide increased precision and incremental positioning to the manufacturers and end-users of products. Input pulses control the movement of stepper motors…
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Brushless Gear Motors

Custom Brushless Gear Motors Designed to Fit Your Needs Our specialists have designed custom brushless gear motors for use in many OEM applications and we want to help you next! Brushless motors first became commercially available in 1962 as an option to overcome some of the limitations of brushed DC motors. These motors are used…
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