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Vacuum and Space

Wide Temperature Range. Minimised Outgassing Rates.

In order to keep a vacuum pure, the influence of the utilised motors must be held as low as possible in order to produce neither particles nor emissions that would cloud the clear impression of the vacuum. A challenge, which Phytron universally masters with a range of applications in the semiconductor industry and in outer space, for example, whenever telescopes or cameras need to be adjusted. 

Stepper motors for EXTREME Environment

Press release: 'Motors for use in a vacuum'

  • Stepper motors for extreme ambient conditions
  • Vacuum applications up to 10-11 hPa
  • Temperature range from –20 to +300 °C
  • Radiation resistance 102 to 106 J/kg
  • Special models for clean room operation
  • Optional: gear, coupling, 2nd shaft, temperature sensor, etc.
  • 200 fullsteps per revolution
  • holding torque from 3.1 to 420 mNm
  • -40 °C to +120 °C; radiation resistent up to 103 J/kg
  • designed for shock and vibration loads
  • pre-outgassed; outgassing rates: TML <1%, CVCM <0.1% or better( <125 °C)
    • Suitable for low temperatures: He (-269 °C) or N2  (-196 °C)  
    • Ultra high vacuum applications up to 10-11 mbar
    • Radiation resistance up to 106 J/kg
    • Stainless steel housing
    • Customized design: Titanium housing - Space - Reduced magnetic emission
    • Stepper motors for operation in space
    • Applicable under high shock and vibration loads
    • Temperature range depends on the application
    • Radiation resistance up to 106 J/kg
    • Customized constructions: Integrated motor gear types - Titanium housing etc.
    • 15 to 30 mm in diameter
    • Bore for mounting the motor shaft: 3 to 12 mm
    • Maximum permissible torque: 0.71 to 4 Nm
    • Absolutely backlash-free

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