Torque motors are designed to provide high starting torque and sloping characteristics (torque is highest at zero speed and decreases steadily with increasing speed), and operate over a wide speed range. they also provide stable operation, especially in the low speed range or under a locked rotor condition. Torque Motors Catalog pdf
Suitable for winding applications
In an application where an object is released continuously at a constant speed and wound up with constant tension, the torque must be doubled and the speed must be halved if the diameter of the winding spool is doubled.
Locked rotor operation is available
Unlike induction motors or reversible motors, torque motors are designed to provide a stable torque even under stall conditions or at very low speeds (nearly stalling). Torque motors are suitable for pushing applications that require static torque, or for loads that are usually under a locked rotor condition, but are under stall conditions at the end of processes.
Use as a brake
By using the torque motor in the braking region of the speed-torque characteristics, it can serve as a brake. Constant tension operation can be achieved by applying a DC voltage.
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