OEM Automatic introduces new DC traction motors

OEM Automatic now offers DC motors from Doga and Siboni specifically developed for electric traction applications. Their designs are optimised to maximise the electrical characteristics and mechanical performance, using premium grade materials and high precision machining.

DC traction motors are typically used in applications where some form of vehicle propulsion is required. They offer high efficiency, high starting torque, high torque linearity and high nominal torque. These characteristics, together with a high inertia ratio, optimise performance and autonomy and make these motors highly suited to electric vehicles.

Typical applications include: funfair carousels and bumper cars; electric wheelchairs and impaired mobility products; motor scooters and mobility products; and treadmills. The motors are equally suitable for other application situations where high torque and accurate performance characteristics are required, including lifting, pumps, large conveyors etc.

OEM offers a range of DC traction motors from Doga and Siboni with outputs from 200-1300W and supply voltages from 12-48V DC. The company says this is a wider range of voltages than typically found in brushed DC motors, reducing the current required to achieve the same power. Rated current from is from 13-83A. And ingress protection ranges from IP44 to IP69K.


OEM Automatic Ltd

Whiteacres, Cambridge Road

+44 (0)116 284 9900



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