Motors & Servomotors

See Also: Servodrives, Drives, and Drive Systems

Motors and Servo Motors

Moog specializes in offering both fractional horsepower DC motors as well as brushless servomotors.

Moog’s fractional horsepower DC motors are electronically commutated (brushless) or mechanically commutated (brush) motion components that provide high performance operation in a compact package design for a wide range of industrial, aerospace and military applications.

Moog’s servomotors are electronically commutated synchronous AC motors with permanent magnet field excitation, specifically designed for highly dynamic servo industrial applications where positioning times of 30 msec or less are often the norm.

Brush Motors

Moog's high performance, fractional horsepower brush DC motors are designed to provide high performance in various power ranges. These motors are utilized in industrial, aerospace and defense applications.

Brushless Motors

Moog's high performance, fractional horsepower brushless DC motors are designed to provide smooth, efficient operation at various speed ranges.  These motors are utilized in industrial, aerospace and defense applications. They can also function as a servomotor in the system. Both direct drive and housed models are available.

Brushless Servo Motors

For nearly two decades the name Moog has been synonymous with high performance brushless servomotors offering the highest dynamic performance, power density, and reliability. We are committed to offering a range of servo motor products with matched servo drives that are easy to integrate into industrial applications. 

Linear Motors

Linear Motors

Moog's high force advanced linear motors are designed to meet industrial applications like factory automation, material testing, packaging, pumping, stamping or tufting.

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In The Australian Outback with the World's Toughest Brushless Servomotors and Drives 

What happens to high-performance brushless servomotors when they're exposed to lightning strikes, traction fault currents and two years of harsh exposure along Australia's railways? The answer may surprise you.

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