DF32M024027-A –  Brushless DC flat motor

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Combine article

Flat external rotor motor with a diameter of 32 mm and a rated power of 7.4 W. To save space and connect the motor quickly, the ZIF terminal strip can be designed directly onto a control PCB.

  • Rated speed of 2,760 rpm
  • 24 V rated voltage 
  • 8-pole design
  • Smooth and stable operation at low speeds
  • FPC cable

For test purposes, an adapter PCB can be ordered as accessory.

The DF32 is suitable for a wide range of applications and is an extremely economical solution especially for large series applications.

Please note:
To connect this motor with a Nanotec motor controller (we recommend the controller CL3-E), an additional board for adapting the FPC cable to wires is required.

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Technical Data

  • Rated Current 0.5 A
  • Line to Line Inductance 4.86 mH
  • Torque Constant 5.1 Ncm/A
  • Motor Connection FCP 
  • Peak Torque
  • Rated Power 7.4 W
  • Rated Speed 2760 rpm
  • Size
  • Line to Line Resistance 13.7 Ohm
  • Rotor Inertia 35 gcm²
  • Weight
  • Peak Current 1.5 A
  • Length "A"
  • Rated Torque
  • Rated Voltage 24 V


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Torque Curves

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Maximum short-term static load that may be reached when the service life is taken into account.
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ZIB-DF32 Additional board

Knowledge Base

Brushless direct current motors, abbreviated as BLDC motors, are – despite their name –  three-phase current synchronous machines: the rotor follows a magnetic rotational field and the movement is synchronous to the AC voltage applied to the windings. This motor type is frequently referred to as "brushless direct current motor" because, in many applications, it replaces direct current motors with brushes (brushed DC or commutator motors).…
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