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Synchronous motors (DCH)

With the new DCH series of motors, the engineers at ATE have managed to translate motorsport technology into series production. Thanks to a special arrangement of magnets, it has been possible to guide the magnetic flux within the magnet. The magnetic back iron in the rotor, which is otherwise essential, can be limited to a minimum as a result. This results in many advantages: Ideal field weakening properties increase the spread of rotational speeds without reducing the peak torque. In many applications, it is possible to do without an additional series reactor and a voltage protection module (VPM). Increasing the shaft diameter offers the user increased design freedom for the bearings and improves the shaft dynamics. As a result, the new series is a perfect addition to the portfolio of ATE.

Advantages of synchronous motors

- High power density
- High power factor
- Larger shaft diameter as the DC series
- Highest speed range
- Low inertia
- Good field weakening features


  • Grinding / milling / lathing spindles
  • Main spindle drives
  • Pumps and compressors
  • Air condition systems
  • Actuators
  • Sterilization drives
  • Pump drives
  • Turbo chargers
  • E-Booster
  • Fuel cells ventilation
  • Electrical drives motors (power train)
  • Motor test benches
  • Heavy-duty vehicles
  • Diesel-/Hybrid (power train)
  • Pod drives
  • Inboard drives
  • ORC processes
  • Expansion drives
  • Wind mills
  • Water power
  • Power air condition systems
  • Micro gas turbines
  • Flywheel-/energy storage systems

For other types and sizes please contact ATE directly.