Existing dental and medical motors can be driven at higher speeds with lower losses due to Celerotons PAM technology.
Our sensorless rotor position detection allows to avoid hall sensors completely! No position feedback is required, which simplifies the motor design and the connectors between motor and electronics. Celeroton’s new sensorless control algorithm in the CC-75-500 now also features sensorless speed control and full torque from standstill. This is an outstanding advantage to the commonly known sensorless drives that have limited controllability and torque at low speeds. We are happy to prove our technology and get your handpiece running without sensors within a short time.
Our technology will allow your dental handpieces and surgery instruments to be more compact with an even higher torque at low speed.