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Maxon UK & Ireland

Hogwood Lane
Finchampstead
SL7 3QU
UK

Telephone : +44 (0) 1189 733337
Email : sales.uk@maxongroup.com
Web : www.maxongroup.co.uk


Article archive for Maxon UK & Ireland;

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    The benefits of electric drives in downhole equipment(05/09/2022)

    The goals of the oil and gas extraction industry have remained the same over the years: maximise production to meet the market’s energy demands while doing so efficiently, cost effectively, and sustainably. As the industry sets its goals toward zero net-carbon emission, efficiency and sustainability are taking centre stage.

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    Staying in control with maxon's new guide(17/08/2022)

    maxon UK & Ireland has released a step-by-step guide to configuring the maxon easy-to-use speed (ESCON) controller.

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    What is the future for electric motors in aerospace and space?(06/06/2022)

    Sign up for maxon’s latest webinar hosted by Eureka, Made in Ireland & FAST on Wednesday 22nd June.

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    Lab automation is getting even smaller(25/05/2022)

    UK Robotics has recently launched a new liquid handler to shake up the lab automation market. Feedback from small biotech companies and big pharmaceuticals has been beyond the company's wildest expectations.

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    Thermal behaviour of DC motors(24/05/2022)

    During the continuous operation of DC motors, power losses occur to conserve energy. Ronak Samani, Technical Engineer at maxon UK and Ireland, provides an analytical explanation of the thermodynamic response and details the significance behind the thermal parameters listed in maxon DC motor datasheets.

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    Thermal operating ranges for DC motors(24/05/2022)

    maxon motors have the capability to be pushed beyond the standard operating ranges in order to achieve higher torque and speeds.

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    Maxon’s Drive Technology Insight Day – 11 May(08/04/2022)

    maxon is teaming up with Harmonic Drive UK to deliver a Drive Technology Insight Day for engineers at the Williams F1 Conference Centre. Throughout the day, you can choose to join a variety of sessions covering topics such as selecting motors, robotics, configuring controllers and more. You will also have the opportunity to have one-to-one discussions with our engineers. Register your attendance here today.

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    maxon and Harmonic Drive UK to host new engineering event(09/03/2022)

    maxon is teaming up with Harmonic Drive UK to deliver a Drive Technology Insight Day for engineers at the Williams F1 Conference Centre.

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    maxon datasheets explained (Part 2)(26/01/2022)

    Each maxon product is accompanied by a datasheet. The sheets give comprehensive information about voltage, nominal speed, current, torque, dimensions, thermal data, ball bearings and much, much more! In part 2 of this video series, Gaz Satkunathas, Technical Engineer at maxon, explains why the datasheets are important and how to use the data for motor selection.

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    maxon datasheets explained(10/01/2022)

    Each maxon product is accompanied by a datasheet. The sheets give comprehensive information about voltage, nominal speed, current, torque, dimensions, thermal data, ball bearings and much, much more. This is why maxon has a catalogue that is over 500 pages! Ronak Samani, Technical Engineer at maxon, presents the mechanical related information presented in the datasheets in a short video.

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    maxon adds dynamism to robotic drives(07/12/2021)

    maxon presents a new frameless BLDC motor with matching encoder that really comes into its own in dynamic applications. At the same time, the drive specialist is presenting a new series of ECX flat motors for a wide range of robotics applications. This heralds the arrival on the market of several solutions for design engineers grappling with tight spaces.

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    new maxon webinar – The demand for micromobility(19/11/2021)

    Wednesday 1 December, 12 noon (GMT) – This webinar examines the barriers and drivers of micromobility and explores why DC drive systems are an integral part of any application. Martin specifies the types of DC drive system utilised for micromobility projects and gives tips and advice when selecting the powertrain and the battery system. Register now.

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    Predicting future changes in water quality(16/09/2021)

    As the impact of climate change and land use continue to harm aquatic environments, it is becoming increasingly important to measure and monitor changes in water quality. When Dublin City University (DCU) Water Institute was developing its new mobile lab technology to help predict future changes in water quality, it turned to precision drive and motor specialist, maxon, for help.

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    Can DC motors be used at high temperatures?(07/09/2021)

    Those familiar with the maxon catalogue and technical specification will have noticed that there are specified maximum ambient and winding temperatures for our motors. The majority of DC motors have a maximum ambient temperature of between 85°C and 100°C, and a maximum winding temperature of between 100°C and 125°C.

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    The Fourth Industrial Revolution – changes and challenges(14/07/2021)

    Greg Dutfield, the Senior Industrial Sales Engineer at maxon UK and Ireland, shares his views on what tomorrow’s factory might look like.

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