Falco's eBike systems have been developed using Falco's proprietary and patent-pending unique 5-phase brushless permanent magnet technology.
What does BPM stand for?
BPM stands for Brushless Permanent Magnet
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- Black Powder Music (France)
- Black Power Movement
- Black ProMist (camera filter)
- Blows Per Minute
- Bonnes Pratiques Médicales (French: Good Medical Practices)
- Borel Probability Measure
- Bound Printed Matter (US Postal Service)
- Breaths Per Minute
- Brigada Policía Militar (Guatemala)
- British Prime Minister (UK)
- Bubbles Per Minute
- Buchstaben Pro Minute (German: letters per minute)
- Buenas Practicas Manufactureras (Guatemala)
- Buffer Pool Manager
- Bureau de Poste Militaire (Canada Post)
- Business Performance Management
- Business Performance Measurement
- Business Planning Meeting (various organizations)
- Business Process Management
- Business Process Manual
Samples in periodicals archive:
Pollock, "Sensorless Commutation Techniques for Brushless Permanent Magnet and Reluctance Motor Drives", IEE Colloqium on Variable Speed Drives and Motion Control, pp.
Significantly reduced maintenance cost and improved ease of service, due to the brushless permanent magnet generator, are further irrevocable arguments that STEYR MOTORS and Frauscher Boats are introducing a serious technological novelty.
The model CR32-50 radial field brushless permanent magnet motor, the first in the Cedar(TM) Series, is rated for 500 HP at 3,000 revolutions per minute (rpm), with a maximum speed of 3,600 rpm.
Brushless Permanent Magnet Motors * Brush Permanent Magnet Motors * Induction Motors * Switched Reluctance Motors * Wound Field Motors
commutation mux for brushless permanent magnet motor control
Brushless permanent magnet motors -- Brushless permanent magnet motors with an outside rotor -- Brush permanent magnet motors -- Single & Three-phase Induction motors -- Switched reluctance motors -- Synchronous generators -- Claw pole generators
The most significant technological advancement, however, has been the development of the brushless permanent magnet DC motor, which relies on electronic rather than mechanical commutation.