It’s been a while since our last update, so we wanted to get you up to speed on the latest with the Fortiq project. Read the full update.
With IQ’s hardware and software, the Fortiq BLS42 can be used in applications that require a wide range of speeds and positions. Along with position control, the Fortiq BLS42 is able to control speed as it can apply full-rated torque to a large range of speeds. This gives users flexibility with their machines so they don’t have to use different motors with distinct optimizations. Stepper motors tend to get weaker as their speed increases; the Fortiq BLS42 maintains its performance at any speed. This feature plays a large role in the efficiency of tools, conveyor systems, and other high-speed spinning applications. Read the full update.
Here's a look at the Fortiq anti-cogging feature in action. Wear headphones for the best results! Read the full update.
In response to our backers, we've redesigned our mounting holes to meet NEMA standards. Read the full update.
What's the best way to make motors start, stop, and move smoothly? A Minimum Jerk Trajectory Generator of course! Read the full update.
Our IQ Fortiq BLS42 motor modules are now available for crowdfunding! This is a line of ultra compact, high-performance servo motors. They are straight-stack, straight-magnet BLDCs with integrated motor controllers and magnetic rotary encoders for position sensing. The Fortiq BLS42 line is built to maximize torque and speed output while minimizing motor vibration and footprint. Read the full update.