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Not Sure What Kind of Motor Will Work Best in Your Application?

If you are unsure which Nippon Pulse product will best fit your application, or if you would like to learn more about the products we offer, check out Selecting the Correct Motor. You can also use our editable worksheets to determine which product will suit your needs best. This will help to shorten the length of time between design and production.

Need More Help Choosing a Nippon Pulse Product?

If, after perusing the above options, you’re still unsure which product will best suit your application, feel free to contact our applications engineers at 1-540-633-1677.

Application Demos

Below are three short application demos, intended to show the types of applications for which Nippon Pulse products are best suited. Additional videos can be found under Application Demos.


Linear Shaft Motor in Harsh Environments Linear Shaft Motor in Harsh Environments

This video highlights the Linear Shaft Motor’s ability to be used in harsh environments as a result of its non-critical air gap.

Motion Checker Controller Eases Prototyping Motion Checker Controller Eases Prototyping

Nippon Pulse's Motion Checker is a palm-sized controller with an integrated driver circuit. Motion Checker eases the design and prototyping phase by eliminating the need for an electrical engineer during these early processes.

Stepper Motor Syringe Application Stepper Motor Syringe Application

Nippon Pulse stepper motors are configured into a fluid dispensing syringe application. The unit is driven by linear stepper motors as well as hybrid stepper motors. The device can be programmed to perform a wide array of motion profiles.


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Linear Motor Systems: Iron Core, U-Channel and Tubular Linear Motors

Linear Motor Systems: Iron Core, U-Channel and Tubular Linear Motors

There are three main direct drive linear motion systems on the market today. These three motor types have distinct advantages and disadvantages and, based on the application, one motor will be better suited than either of the other motors. This white paper will present the basic mechanism of operation of these three linear motors along with the advantages and disadvantages of each.