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Selection of PM MotorsSelection of PM Motors
Selection of PM Motors
These motors offer high precision at a low price and are
used in a wide array of office automation equipment as well
as various other applications. Our PM motor offering spans
a large range of motor sizes or output torques. We pride
ourselves on our design and manufacturing systems that
ensure the rapid delivery of motors perfectly suited to their
applications. On this page we list several parameters that
can be used in the selection of a PM motor.
Depending on the application, the conditions of use, and the model in which the motor will be used, it is
necessary to set motor characteristics for optimum conditions. We therefore recommend, in addition to
making a selection based on information on this website, that you order a variety of samples and conduct
an evaluation of the products when in use in the actual equipment. Please contact your local sales
representative or e-mail us for sample order.
Index
1) Selection in view of Torque Requirements (1)
2) Selection in view of Torque Requirements (2)
3) Setting of Resistance Value
4) Condition of Temperature
5) Selection of Magnet (1)
6) Selection of Magnet (2)
7) Choice of Coil Extension Method
8) Selection of Gear, Pulley etc.
9) Choice of Combination of Standard Parts
10) Description of Standard Dimensions (1)
11) Description of Standard Dimensions (2)
12) Drive Circuitry and Wiring Diagram
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These pages do not constitute any part of the product specifications and are intended only as
reference material in aiding with the selection of a motor. Also, please note that the contents of
these page are liable to change without notice. Even if there are any changes to the
information given here, this will have no influence whatsoever on products for which
specifications have already been agreed and which are in production. If there should be any
impact on products already manufactured, we will submit a request for approval of changes to
the customer, and make any such changes only after receiving the customer's agreement.
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Selection in view of Torque Requirements (1)Selection in view of Torque Requirements (1)
The torque generated by a motor is determined by the size of the motor. Also, the heat resistance
temperature of the magnet wires used in the motor limits the maximum torque for each motor size. UL and
other safety standards impose further limitations. These specify that the motor surface should normally be
at 105°C. In addition, when UEW (polyurethane wire: class E) is used the magnet wire heat resistance
temperature is a maximum 120°C. We cannot guarantee reliability if the coil is used at temperatures
exceeding this.
The above graph shows output torque range by motor size. Within this range, coil resistance and magnet
materials can be tailored for optimum motor settings. For Nd-Fe-B bonded magnets only, it is possible to
control magnetization, and it is therefore possible to make adjustments to rotor flux.
Torque Range According to Motor Size
PM10S
PM15S
PM20S
PM20L
PM25S
PM25L
PM35S
PM35L
PM42S
PM42M
PM42L
PM55L
100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900
1100
1200
[x10-4 N.m]
1000
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Selection in view of Torque Requirements (2)Selection in view of Torque Requirements (2)
The output torque of a motor varies according to the drive speed. Even if the motor is driven at the same
voltage, the rise in revolution speed leads to increased occurrence of electrical motive force, and to higher
coil impedance. This in turn makes it harder for current to flow through the coil, thus lowering torque. The
following graphs list the average torque for each size of motor. Please refer to this information in making
your selection.
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Magnets for sizes PM15 to PM25 mainly display MS70 characteristics.
Magnets for sizes PM35 to PM42 mainly display MS50 characteristics,
While magnets for size PM55 display MSPL characteristics.
PM10S ~PM25L
PM35 ~PM55
0
50
100
150
200
0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200
Frequency [Hz]
10S
15S
20S
20L
25S
25L
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600
Frequency [Hz]
Torque [X10-4 N.m]
35S
35L
42S
42M
42L
55L
Torque [X10-4 N.m]
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Setting of Resistance Value
Resistance value is restricted by service voltage and rise in motor temperature. Further, there are limitations
on potential settings due to considerations of power conservation and restrictions on power supplies and
motor drivers receiving power. Please pay due attention to these limitations when deciding settings. In
addition, coil winding volume is restricted by motor size, so please refer to the following resistance value
ranges when establishing settings. If priority is placed on torque, after taking temperature rise into account
we can establish settings here by ourselves. In this case, please inform us of the drive conditions, the level
of duty, the method of attachment, temperature conditions during use, and any or all other necessary
specifications.
Resistance Value Range According to Motor Size
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PM10S 4.0ΩMIN
PM15S 4.0ΩMIN
PM20S 2.4ΩMIN
PM20L 3.0ΩMIN
PM25S 2.5ΩMIN
PM25L 4.0ΩMIN
PM35S 2.2ΩMIN
PM35L 3.0ΩMIN
PM42S 1.6ΩMIN
PM42M 2.2ΩMIN
PM42L 2.4ΩMIN
PM55L 3.9ΩMIN
100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1200
60Ω MAX
137Ω MAX
190Ω MAX
300Ω MAX
200Ω MAX
500Ω MAX
745Ω MAX
11001000
800Ω MAX 1000Ω MAX
1000Ω MAX
1000Ω MAX
800Ω MAX
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Condition of TemperatureCondition of Temperature
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The major factor limiting output torque is the temperature of the motor coil. It is therefore necessary to gain
an understanding of the temperature characteristics of the motor under conditions of normal usage. Also,
the surface area varies according to motor size, and radiation characteristics therefore also naturally vary,
leading to changes in motor temperature. The following shows the major characteristics of our motors.
Please pay particular attention to this information when selecting a motor.
Coil temperature rise per 1W input
* If input power (W) is multiplied by the relevant value above, you can gain a rough estimate of the coil temperature.
The graph shows the amount
of time until the coil reaches
saturation temperature.
This information allows you
to judge when overdrive is
possible for a short time,
such as when the motor is
operating under light duty
conditions of use.
Time to reach coil temperature saturation
PM15S
54
PM20S
35
PM20L
31
PM25S
30
PM25L
26
PM35S
19
PM35L
16
PM42S
15
PM42L
13
PM55L
8
Ratio between motor surface temperature and coil temperature
* If you measure the motor surface temperature and divide that figure by the relevant value above, you can gain a rough estimate of
the coil temperature.
PM15S
0.9
PM20S
0.91
PM20L
0.91
PM25S
0.91
PM25L
0.91
PM35S
0.88
PM35L
0.87
PM42S
0.87
PM42L
0.88
PM55L
0.87
PM42M
14
PM42M
0.88
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
0 1020304050607080
TIME (MIN)
Temperature rise ratao [%]
PM15S
PM20S
PM20L
PM25S
PM25L
PM35S
PM35L
PM42S
PM42M
PM42L
PM55L
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Selection of Magnet (1)Selection of Magnet (1)
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We provide three different materials for magnets, the choice depending on the necessary torque and rotor
inertia requirements, etc. Please note that the price of magnets varies depending on the material. In
principle, we make the selection of material ourselves, doing our very best to keep prices low while
ensuring the necessary torque. Of course, you, as our customer, can also specify the magnet material that
you require. We have two methods of assembling the rotor - adhesive type, or plastic molding - and the
selection of method is based on a consideration of the difference in cost and manufacturing technology.
Depending on the assembly method used, there are variations in cost and rotor inertia.
Combination of Motor Size and Magnet Material
MSPL MS50 MS70
PM10S
PM15S
PM20S
PM20L
PM25S
PM25L
PM35S
PM35L
PM42S
PM42M
PM42L
PM55L
MSPL ----- Ferrite plastic magnet
MS50 ----- Polar anisotropy ferrite sintered magnet
MS70 ----- Nd-Fe-B bonded magnet
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Standard Inertia for Each Motor Size
* For MS50 and MS70, the mold type is the standard specification. An adhesion type is applied only
at the demand on characteristic (a big inertia is needed) etc., while it becomes factor a cost-up.
The differences in torque arising from the choice of magnet material are
roughly as shown below.
The figures are shown as an index conversion value where MS50 is 100.
MSPL MS50 ADHESIVE MS50 MOLD MS70 ADHESIVE MS70 MOLD
MSPL
MS50
MS70
75
100
115
[g.cm2]
MSPL MOLD
ADHESIVE
MOLD
ADHESIVE
PM10S 0.02
PM15S 0.04
PM20S 0.30
PM20L 0.43
PM25S 0.72 0.67
PM25L 1.17 0.88
PM35S 2.8
6
4.84 2.85 3.51
PM35L 5.1
5
7.7
5
7.81 4.4
7
5.79
PM42S 8.1 11.37 13.91 7.36 10.26
PM42M 8.01 14.36 7.03
PM42L 12.91 22.09 22.82 11.08 18.53
PM55L 41.3 80.02 92.14 33.2
MS50 MS70
60.13
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Choice of Coil Extension MethodChoice of Coil Extension Method
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Minebea offers a variety of methods to enable customers to choose a coil extension method suitable for
the equipment that they are using, while keeping total costs to the very minimum. We also include some
general examples of applications, for reference use during the selection process.
3) PCB Connector Method
The connector is attached to the coil terminal of the motor via the PCB, to
connect a wire prepared by the customer. In order to reduce total costs, this
method has been increasingly used in recent years.
1) Wire Holder Method
In this method, the wire is directly soldered to the coil terminal of the motor,
via the PCB. This is an effective method when there is little room to spare
with the dimensions of the coil terminal, if a change in direction of the
connection is desired, or when five wires are to be connected. This is the
most typical bonding method used on our motors.
4) Pin Terminal Method
In this method, a terminal pin protrudes directly from the coil terminal of the
motor. This method is suitable when the customer wishes to directly attach
and solder the motor to the PCB, etc. This method is often used for miniature
motors with a diameter less than φ25.
5) FPC Method
The FPC is directly soldered to the coil terminal of the motor for use.
However, costs are disadvantageous where only a small volume is to be
handled, or when the FPC is long (optimum length is less than 50mm). This
method is therefore most often used for miniature motors with a diameter
less than φ25.
2) IDC Method
This a method whereby a pressure welding type connector is attached to the
coil terminal of the motor and the lead wire is pressure welded using a
special device.
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Selection of Gear, Pulley etc.Selection of Gear, Pulley etc.
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It is general practice to provide motor shafts along with gears and pulleys attached. In accordance with
customer demands, we prepare and attach gears, pulleys, and other necessary parts, before delivery.
Of course we are able to provide shafts without these parts attached, but this requires that the customer
carry out assembly. In such a case, the customer must ensure that a strong external force is not applied to
the motor.
The following explains the gears, pulleys, etc., which we normally use. Please note that we can also
provide products that are not listed below. In the case that such products are indeed required, please do not
hesitate to contact us for further details. After assessment, we will be able to inform you if it is possible to
meet the necessary specifications or not.
1) Gears
2) Pulleys
Machined gears
These gears are machined using brass and aluminum, and accuracy is generally to JGMA standard 4, although
JGMA 2 is also possible. If special teeth profiles are required, a charge will be made for the initial costs of the hob.
Plastic mold gears
These gears are suitable when large production volumes are required, but it is necessary to pay the cost of the
mold. Also, if the motor size is larger than PM35, it is necessary to consider whether the metal sleeve is to be
insert molded, or knurl processing is to be carried out on the shaft. Consideration must also be given to torque
generated and service environment when making settings.
Sintered gears
These gears are suitable when large production volumes are required, but it is necessary to pay the cost of the
powder mold. Almost all materials are iron and accuracy is generally to JGMA standard 4, although JGMA 2 is
also possible.
Machined pulleys
The one without the flange that a brass material and an aluminum material were manufactured can be offered
low-cost as well as a gear manufacturing.Still, in case of you need the flange, the one becomes considerably
expensive in the one design (A flange is installed a calking the main body of pulley.), while we can install the
flange low-cost by you use the other press flange that we have prepared the standard type and the main body of
pulley and the flange is pressed fit in shaft.Moreover, when a maker has opened a tooth form, we can prepare
and manufacture a hob, while has not opened one, it becomes considerably expensive because you purchase it
from a specified maker.
Plastic mold pulleys
These pulleys are suitable when large production volumes are required, but it is necessary to pay the cost of the
mold. Also, if the motor size exceeds PM35, it is necessary to consider whether the metal sleeve is to be insert
molded, or knurl processing is to be carried out on the shaft. Consideration must also be given to torque
generated and service environment when making settings. It is not possible to carry out integrated fabrication of
both flanges, so the flange on one side has to be fixed mechanically or otherwise.
Sintered pulleys
These pulleys are suitable when large production volumes are required, but it is necessary to pay the cost of the
powder mold. Almost all materials are iron. Teeth shape and flange dimension is same as plastic mold pulley.
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Choice of Combination of Standard PartsChoice of Combination of Standard Parts
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Any combination of parts made within the range of the products listed on this homepage constitutes a
combination of standard parts, and therefore no initial costs will be incurred. We are confident that the
products listed here will satisfy any requirements within the general range of use, however we are also able
to provide custom-made products, in order to plan overall cost savings for equipment. In such cases, we
charge for initial costs incurred in the preparation of dies, and so on. Please assess these costs against the
costs of the equipment as a whole, and then inform us of requirements.
For wire assembly, we use readily available connectors with
tinned terminals. The standard length of wires is less than
300mm, and any other lengths desired will require further cost
consideration.
As this will mean a change in the type of connector, direction of
connection etc. and in the PCB to which the connector is
attached, it is also necessary to manufacture a new PCB. Thus,
initial costs will also be incurred for the print, for processing, and
for the die. This will not be the case if using connectors or
mounting methods recommended by us.
The range of front plates listed on the standard dimension page
gives standard parts, and if any products outside this range are
required, the cost of the die will be charged.
Gear specifications follow the selection of gears mentioned on the standard dimension page, and
standard parts have an outer diameter of less than φ10, are less than 10mm in length, and of
module 0.3 or more. If these sizes are exceeded, there will be some impact on cost.
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Lead wires: in the case of AWG28, lead wires conform to UL1061; in the case of AWG26, they conform to
UL1007 and UL1430.
Apart from discrete wire input connection, we also offer input connection by FPC.
Please refer to the diagram for a standard front plate.
Where the gear is attached to the shaft by press fitting, the length of shaft should be selected such that
the end of the shaft extends more than 0.5mm beyond the end face of the gear. This reduces problems
with press fitting.
SERIES
PM10S-020
PM15S-020
PM20S-020
PM20L-020
PM25S-024,048
PM25L-024
PM35S-024,048
PM35L-024,048
PM42S-048,096,0X1
PM42M-048
PM42L-048
PM55L-048,096,0X1
10
15
20
20
25
25
35
35
42
42
42
55
10.2
12
15.5
19.6
12.5
17
15.5
22.2
15.5
20
22.2
25.7
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
2/3
2/3
3
3
3
4/6.345
6
6
6
6
7
7
10
10
10
10
10
11.13
1.2
0.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.5
2.3
-
-
11.9
11.9
11.9
11.9
12.7
12.7
12.7
17.4
12.7
12.7
W1 MIN t W(AWG)
aC1 C2 C3
d1+0
-0.01
DL MAX d2
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φd1
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W1
C3
C1
C2
-
-
8.4
8.4
8.4
8.4
15.8
15.8
15.8
13
15.8
15.8
-
-
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
-
-
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
0.5
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
1.6
FPC
FPC
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
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Description of Standard Dimensions (2)Description of Standard Dimensions (2)
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SERIES Front Plate Type 30° 45° 60° 75° 90° 105° 120° 135° 150° PHT RA
Applicable Screw
PM10S PM10S Type 15 - - - - -
PM15S PM15S Type 20 -----
28
FPL
FPH/FPT
FPL
FPH/FPT
FPL
FPH/FPT
FPL
PM42M FPH/FPT --
65
66.7 4.3
FPL 65 3.5
FPH/FPT
PM55L
49.5
42
32
25
3.5
3.2
3
2.3
M2.6
M2 18°
15°
75
3.75 57
M3
15°
331
M3
M2.6
M2
3.5 49
3.3 38.6
5
PM25S,25L
PM35S,35L
PM42S,42L
FPH/FPT
PM20S,20L
The front plate of PM standard type is prepared 3 types as standard type, a FPH is circle hole type of a installing hole, a FPT is tap
(female screw) type, a FPL is long hole type. Except for the PM 55 series, all FPT of tap type gave burring (Burring direction is a
main body of the motor side) .
Please refer to the following table so that a standard collecting of installing hole type and installing angle is different by the series.
Please note when you hope the other form and installing angle, the initial cost of the die is generated besides.
l2 MAX
SERIES 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 20 22 24
PM10S-020
PM15S-020 1.0
PM20S-020 1.0
PM20L-020 1.0
PM25S-024,048 1.0
PM25L-024 1.0
PM35S-024,048 1.0
PM35L-024,048 1.0
PM42S-048,096,0X1 1.0
PM42M-048 1.5
PM42L-048 1.0
PM55L-048,096,0X1 1.0
l1( Standard Shaft Length )
θ±0.2 α
*
***
***
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*******
*********
*******
*********
*********
*******
*********
*******
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θ
α
θ
θ
P
H
PP
R
φH
T
φP
23
20±0.2
2-2.3
19.3
15±0.2
2-R2.15
2-R1.15
2-φ 2.3
PM15S
FPH FPT FPL
PM10S
R
1.0
******
***********
***********
***********
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φ
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1) Drive Circuitry
The rotation direction is as viewed from the front end.
CW Rotation
CCW Rotation
+
+
+
+
A2/B2
Red/Red
2) Switching Sequence ( Using the Drive Circuit Indicated Above )
1
2
3
4
B1
Orange B3
Yellow
A3
Brown
A1
Black _
_
_
_
_
__
_
1
2
3
4
_
_
+
+
_
_
_
_
+
+
+
+
_
_
+
+
Show the drive circuitry and stndard color of lead wire.
B1
Orange B3
Yellow
A3
Brown
A1
Black
CW Rotation
CCW Rotation
UNI-POLAR DRIVE BI-POLAR DRIVE
A1 / Black
B1 / Orange
B2 / Red
A3 / Brown
B3 / Yellow
A2 / Red
+V +V
A1 / Black B1 / Orange
A3 / Brown B3 / Yellow
UNI-POLAR DRIVE BI-POLAR DRIVE
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3) Wiring Diadram ( WIRE HOLDER Method )
PM15S
B3
B1
A3
A1
A1
A3
B1
B3
A1
A3
B1
B3
A2, B2
A2, B2
B3
B1
A3
A1
PM20, PM25
Please refer to the former page for switching sequence.
STANDARD W/H DIRECTION
RIGHTLEFT
RIGHTLEFT
MOTOR
A1
A2
A3
WIRE COLOR
Black
Red
Brown
MOTOR
B1
B2
B3
WIRE COLOR
Orange
Red
Yellow
RIGHTLEFT
Standard Wiring Color
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3) Wiring Diadram ( WIRE HOLDER Method )
PM42M
A1
A3
B1
B3
A2
B2 B2
A2
B3
B1
A3
A1
A3
A1
B1
B3
A2, B2
A1
A3
B3
B1
A2, B2
PM35, PM42, PM55
RIGHTLEFT
RIGHTLEFT
4) Motor Unit Wiring Diagram ( IDC Method - Standard Wiring Color )
Motor connector
Motor connector
A1
Black A3
Brown
B1
Orange B3
Yellow
A2
Red
B2
Red
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A1
Black A3
Brown
B1
Orange B3
Yellow
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