engineers says it works closely with customers throughout the project to ensure that their distinctive needs are incorporated into the motor designs. Using a policy of continuous improvement, the company says it is constantly looking for ways to give customers a higher and more consistent level of quality.
In the coming HomeTech Exposition, other than showing its existing motors, the company will also introduce its newly developed products, including brushless d.c. motors. Compared with brushed motors, the company says brushless d.c. motors are characterized with higher efficiency, lower audible noise, and a longer life expectancy, even under high-rotational speed. The company's ID series, a new series of induction motors, targets those applications with high power, low noise level, and long life requirement, according to the company. The SD series, a new four-pole designed shaded-pole motor, reportedly offers longer life, lower audible noise level, and vibration level. Another new product is the V5 series, which is a PM d.c. vacuum cleaner motor designed for re-chargeable battery operated vacuum cleaners and other cordless applications. Compared with traditional vacuum cleaner motors, it is said to be more energy saving, lighter in weight, and more efficient.
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