Brushless Motors 10-20KW and 40N.m. max Torque

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Brushless Motors 10-20KW and 40N.m. max Torque

Any one knows of a US manufacturer/supplier of brushless dc motors that are

rated at max 10-20KW

high torque in the range of about 40N.m peak torque (more is better).

Rpm range 0-5000 (and more if possible).

Weight is also a constraint, hopefully less than 15Kg(30lb).

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Re: Brushless Motors 10-20KW and 40N.m. max Torque

http://marselectricllc.com/

Wisconsin based, and known for the "brushless Etek" (ME0201013001) and now the Etek-R and Etek-RT (ME0708 and ME0709, respectively) ;).

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Re: Brushless Motors 10-20KW and 40N.m. max Torque

I am looking at the motors but I would prefer something in the higher range of the power, i.e., 15-20KW. Moreover, if there are motors that can run at higher than 48 volts (up to 72 or 90 if possible) that would be perfect.

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Re: Brushless Motors 10-20KW and 40N.m. max Torque

Nothing comes to mind that's brushless, let alone anything in the States. There just doesn't seem to be much of a market, unfortunately, since such motors are ideally suited to large EVs and not much else. :/

What do you need these for, anyway?

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