Infinitum has developed an Electric motor stator with the PCB

Infinitum has developed an Electric motor stator with the PCB


Created the next generation of electric motors optimized for performance and efficiency, at the same time they are light in weight and small dimensions.

Thus, the company Infinitum Electric built stator with the PCB. This development saves a lot of resources like copper and iron. With regard to electric, new technologies can be crucial for a higher reserve – to save weight. Judging by the picture, the stator of the printed circuit Board is much less of a stator of a conventional motor.


“Our technology lies in the fact that it takes all the iron and copper of the stator winding. Due to this stretch out all the losses that are associated with the nucleus. Then we add our copper circuits in the printed circuit Board, which increases the efficiency and durability of the stator,” says Ben Schuler, CEO and establish Infinitum.

Besides saving resource and the masses, the idea of the stator with the circuit Board and also gives the opportunity Infinitum Electric to install all sensors on the same Board. The stator with the circuit Board and also controls the components. In the ordinary electric motor it is necessary to place the sensors separately. The new engine is also eliminated torque ripple, which makes it more silent. Copper conductors are fully insulated, making them less prone to failures.

As noted by the CEO of the company, the motor with the new stator can reduce the weight of power units, 90% at the same performance. Also the new engine by approximately 10% more efficient than other motors. Method of manufacturing stator gives him the opportunity to have the same level of coefficient of thermal expansion over its entire surface area, making it more durable and reliable.

On December 5 the current year the company completed work on the project, which was invested 12.5 million dollars. Under the assumptions, the debut batch of products will release in June next year.

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