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Actuators pp 85-153 | Cite as

Electromagnetic Actuators

  • Hans-Dieter Stölting
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Abstract

Electromagnetic actuators transform electrical and mechanical energy into one another using the electromagnetic-mechanical principle. In the following small electric machines, especially motors, are described with a nominal power in the range about up to 1 kW, so-called fractional-horsepower motors [8]. In the simplest case a mechanical switch serves as a controller. For open-loop and closed-loop control of motors more and more electronic components are used, mechanically switched or triggered by hardware or software. In this chapter the combination of motor and electronic control is called an actuator or drive.

Keywords

Synchronous Motor Asynchronous Motor BLDC Motor Electromagnetic Actuator Synchronous Speed 
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