Exlar White Papers
The articles below describe various applications using Exlar’s electric actuators.
- Electric Actuators Aid Design of Medical Device
- Scanning for Ideas: Roller-Screw Actuators Use Almost any Motor
- Medical Motion: Electric Actuation
- Electromechanical Actuation - A Benefit for Military Vehicle Design
- Smaller and Mightier Electric Actuators Help Advance Medical Applications
- Linear Actuators Support Weapons Elevator
- Smart Redesign With Peek Keeps Neutron Source Cool
- Mining Motion Simulation Environmentally Friendly Alternative to Hydraulics
- How to Create Nothing - Faster Cleaner, Quieter and Less Expensive to Run
- Electro-Mechanical vs Pneumatic Actuators
Motor efficiency and thermal dynamics can become significant factors in overall machine design. The following articles have been published to provide a broader understanding of these engineering principles.
- Recognizing Motor Temperature Sensor Limitations
- Why Servomotor Temperature Sensors Can Give Misleading Readings
- A More Efficient Servomotor
- Think Thermal To Increase Motor Efficiency
- Calculating a Practical Hotspot Safety Margin
- Revised Duty Cycle Calculations Using the Four-Parameter Thermal Model
- Why all Exlar SLM Motors Have a 50 C Degree "Hot Spot" Temperature Safety Margin
Exlar’s T-LAM Stator design provides a higher torque density than traditionally wound motors. The following articles explain the benefits of this design.
- Optimized Stator Design
- Exlar T-LAM™ Servomotors have Become the New Standard of Comparison for Maximum Torque Density and Power Efficiency
- Comparison of T-LAM to Traditional Brushless Motor Technology
Integrated actuators are the latest innovation in motion technology. Exlar’s Tritex II family of products integrate a motor, position controller and amplifier in one package for a simple motion solution.
- Motion Gets Smarter with Integrated Actuators
- Design World Magazine's video report
- Design News Webcast
Roller screws offer superior performance and advantages over other linear technologies.