Speed of a electric motor may be the magnitude of the rotational velocity of the motor shaft. In a movement application, velocity of the electric motor dictates how fast the axis rotates – the number of full revolutions per unit time. Applications vary in their speed requirement, depending on what is being relocated and the coordination with the additional components of the device. A balance must be achieved between swiftness and torque, as motors typically generate much less torque when operate at higher speeds.
We address swiftness requirements during our design process by creating an the best possible coil (referred to as windings) and Leaf Chain magnet configurations. In a few designs, the coil rotates based on motor building. Creating a motor style that eliminates the iron being combined with coil outcomes in higher speeds. The inertia of the high swiftness motors is reduced dramatically, raising the acceleration (responsiveness) aswell. In some designs the magnet rotates with the shaft. Because the magnet is the contributing factor for the motor inertia, creating a different design from a standard cylindrical magnet is required. Decreasing the inertia drives higher acceleration and also acceleration.