The RE 30 EB precious metal brushed motor features a low start-up voltage, even after a long period in standstill. With a 53-mNm rated torque, the powerful motor provides twice the power of an Maxon RE 25 EB. In addition, the RE 30 EB features minimal high-frequency interference.
The RE 30 EB motor is specifically designed for haptic applications (e.g., surgical robots). Therefore, the motor can also be used as a highly sensitive sensor, acting as the sense of touch to register mechanical resistance.
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Maxon Precision Motors
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