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Designs by the inventor of the Slotless Wide Airgap Motor
Permanent Magnet Motors
Slotless Motors
Slotless Motors

We offer EC Motors, which includes slotless (Wide Airgap) BLDC motors, tooth type BLDC motors, and traditional torque motors with a complete range of electronic controls/drivers: The permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) is a close relative of the brushless DC (BLDC) motor. Both motors have a permanent magnet rotor and windings on the stator. The principle difference between these two motors is the kind of drive signals that are supplied to the motor by the inverter. For simplicity, they are referenced as EC Motors.

Jackson Research EC motors meet or exceed EU Commission Regulation (EC) No 640/2009 regarding ecodesign requirements.
EC Motors
1kW EC Motor
PolyPhase EC Motors
2-Phase Vector

The original Jackson Slotless Motor was patented in 15 countries. These machines can be wound in a wide variety of configurations which include both 2-Phase and 3-Phase windings.

Classical electric motors were sometimes wound 2-Phase. Modern 2-Phase windings are now restricted primarily to fan motors for cooling electronic components, such as CPU fans. These fan motors are typically driven by single chip solutions under 25 Watts. Jackson Research as elevated the status of the 2-Phase winding to the equivalent of the 3-Phase winding. The Jackson 2-Phase and 3-Phase EC motors integrated with our proprietary encoder/driver system exhibit highly configureable start and exceptional precision stall torque. These systems never fail to start or fail to rotate on stall.

2-Phase Waves
3-Phase Waves
Transverse Flux Machines
Transverse Flux Machines

Transverse Flux motors and generators are the object of considerable alternate energy research. One of the newest incarnations is an inside out version which only achieves approximately 50% of its potential and suffers complete demagnetization. Jackson Research has developed and constructed machines that overcome those deficiencies achieving efficiencies over 90%. These inside out machines are proprietary.

Transverse Flux Machine
References
  1. "Testing a Low-Influence Spindle Drive Motor, L.C. Hale", T.A. Wulff, J.C. Sedgewick, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, UCRL-JRNL-200853, March 5, 2004.