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Key to Motion

  • November 22, 2019
  • Product News

Case Studys

New flushing pump for medical endoscopy. Modern small drives are robust, reliable and feature high power density. They enable solutions that, until recently, had been inconceivable. Many applications in today‘s medical technology field require compact motors with quiet gearboxes.
Spreader technology for agriculture and winter road service. Robust, maintenance-free small drives are well suited for demanding applications, such as flexible, attachable electrical spreader units for salt, fertilizer, seeds and pellets. High power density, good resistance to environmen-tal influences and tolerance for circuit voltage fluctuations are the qualities needed.
Transport systems with individual conveying systems. For company-internal material conveying systems, operating reliability, speed, and versatility belong to the most important requirements. Modern rail systems in modular form provide the fast and flexible ability to adapt to various needs.

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The BCI series


BCI = Brush Commutated Internal rotor motors
made by ebm-papst?

  • Robust - developed for rough industrial use
  • Compact - high specific output from a small motor volume
  • Versatile - combinations with system modules
  • Customized - can be adapted to customer's application
  • Modern motor technology
  • Excellent quality and reliability
  • Outstanding price/performance ratio
  • 3 motor sizes, each in 2 lengths
  • Nominal voltage 12, 24, 40 and 60 V DC
  • Efficiency 75-80 %
  • Rated output up to 100 W
  • Service life 3.000 h


  • Broschüre


    (Edition 2008-11-03T13:22:24.000Z) [PDF] 605.22KB

  • Katalog


    (Edition 2008-11-03T13:21:00.000Z) [PDF] 1.12MB

  • Präsentation

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