Brushless motors, also known as electronically commutated motors, are electric motors powered by direct-current electricity and having electronic commutation systems, rather than mechanical commutators and brushes. Brushless motors may be described as stepper motors, with permanent magnets in the rotor, and possibly more poles on the rotor than the stator, or reluctance motors.
Sensor-bearing units for small electric motors
SKF Sensor Bearing Units multi-sensing functions in addition to the normal bearing operation
SKF hybrid bearings for high speed electric motors
SKF has selected a range of grease-lubricated single row deep groove ball bearings with ceramic balls
Single row deep groove ball bearings for brush motors
Arrangement for the brush motor shaft is two deep groove ball bearings