Maxon motor launches a completely new product program

Nov. 13, 2012
Maxon motor, leading provider of high-precision drives up to 500 Watts, is launching a new range of DC drives.

Maxon motor, leading provider of high-precision drives up to 500 Watts, is launching a new range of DC drives. This all-new product range consists of innovative and powerful DC motors with ironless rotor, gears and sensors.  "New magnets, new design, new processes. Our best brushed drives have been given a complete technical revision," says Eugen Elmiger, CEO of maxon motor.  Mr. Elmiger adds that in the future customers may fine-tune their drives to their specific needs with just a few clicks on the maxon website.

"These are going to be the most powerful DC motors on the market. Compared to our direct competitors, our new products provide 20% more power in the same size class,” commented Markus Schwab, product manager responsible for the new maxon DCX program.

For more information, visit dcx.maxonmotor.com to view our video and soft launch. Stay tuned for complete details as maxon unveils the full program on November 13th.
 

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