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Future Electronics Offers Commutation Encoders from CUI Inc to Reduce BLDC Motor Assembly Time

Posted Nov 5, 2014 by futureelec
Future Electronics has announced immediate availability of rugged, accurate commutation encoders from CUI Inc which drastically reduce assembly time on BLDC motors.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Press Release) Nov 5, 2014 -- Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, promotes rugged, accurate commutation encoders from CUI Inc which drastically reduce assembly time on BLDC motors.

CUI Inc's next-generation modular encoder series generates standard U/V/W commutation signals for vectoring current to brushless motors.

Positional information for the AMT31 series is generated using CUI's patented, capacitive code generation system coupled with a proprietary ASIC. The technology makes the encoder ideal for use in brushless dc motor applications subject to vibration and contaminants - such as dust, dirt and oil - that typically stop optical encoders from working effectively. The AMT31 series also delivers exceptional accuracy figures of +/- 12 arcmin (±0.2 mechanical degrees).

Thanks to the digital nature of the encoder design, the AMT31 series incorporates a One Touch Zero™ feature, allowing for significant time saving during the motor installation process. Installing a commutation optical encoder onto a brushless dc motor (BLDC) can be an iterative and time-consuming process as the optical disk must be physically and precisely rotated to align with the correct motor windings. Once aligned, the assembly must then be checked via back EMF to ensure mounting accuracy and this process can take upwards of 15 minutes per motor. The AMT, being ASIC and MCU based, reduces this time consuming process to a few seconds via the One Touch Zero feature, saving time and cost during the manufacturing process.

Commutation output can accommodate brushless motors with 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 or 20 pole pairs, selectable from the factory or via CUI's AMT Viewpoint™ graphical user interface. The AMT31 also offers supplementary incremental A, B, and Z channels for various servo positioning and startup sequences. 20 programmable resolutions are available with a range of 48 to 4096 PPR, again adjustable at the factory or via CUI's AMT Viewpoint. For quick analysis during design or in the field, the AMT31 implements an onboard diagnostic system, allowing access to a range of parameters.

For more information about CUI inc., AMT31 Series, Communication Encoders, Switches, Encoder Switches, and Electromechanical, as well as access to the world's largest available-to-sell inventory, visit

About Future Electronics

Future Electronics is a global leader in electronics distribution, ranking 3rd in component sales worldwide, with an impressive reputation for developing efficient, comprehensive global supply chain solutions. Founded in 1968, the company has established itself as one of the most innovative organizations in the industry today, with 5,000 employees in 169 offices in 44 countries around the world. Future Electronics is globally integrated, with one worldwide IT infrastructure providing real-time inventory availability and access, while enabling full integration of its operations, sales and marketing worldwide. Offering the highest level of service, the most advanced engineering capabilities and technical solutions through all stages of the design-production cycle, and the largest available-to-sell inventory in the world, Future's mission is always to Delight the Customer®. For more information, visit

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Martin H. Gordon
Director, Corporate Communications
514-694-7710 (ext. 2236)
Fax: 514-630-2671
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Business Address : 237 Hymus Boulevard
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Categories : Technology
Tags : Communication Encoder, Switches, Electromechanical
Last Updated : Nov 5, 2014

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