Motion Automation Intelligence


Posted By: Christian Gervin

Parker GVM Infographic

Motor speed, torque and power characteristics vary greatly for propulsion and auxiliary work function applications. Different vehicle classes demand different system voltages and desired speed torque characteristics. For example, a high-speed propulsion application will vary greatly from the speed and torque characteristics of auxiliary and work functions, such as an electro-hydraulic pump. As engineers develop new electric and hybrid vehicles, having access to a portfolio of flexible and scalable motors is desirable to meet overall vehicle objectives including performance, efficiency, reliability, standardization and cost.

Parker has addressed this need with the introduction of the GVM (Global vehicle motor) series, which consists of high-power density and high efficiency permanent magnet motors.

Take a look at their infographic to see the 6 reasons to choose the GVM for your next application.

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