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Beloit, WI, United States

Regal Beloit Corporation, usually referred to as Regal, is a manufacturer of electric motors headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin. The company has manufacturing, sales, and service facilities throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe and Asia, with over 23,000 employees. As of May 2013, the company is ranked 632nd on the Fortune 1000, and was the 17th largest corporation in Wisconsin.One of the largest electric motor manufacturers in the world, its Genteq brand brushless DC electric motors are found in almost all variable-speed residential HVAC equipment in the United States today, and its GE Commercial Motors, Leeson, and Marathon Electric Motor brands are used throughout the industrial sector. Wikipedia.


Patent
Regal Beloit | Date: 2015-03-23

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A unit for recording operating information of an electronically commutated motor (ECM) is described. The unit includes a system controller communicatively coupled to an ECM. The system controller includes a processing device configured to control the unit. The unit also includes a memory device communicatively coupled to the system controller. The memory device is configured to receive and store ECM operating information provided by the processing device.


Patent
Regal Beloit | Date: 2015-12-15

In one embodiment, a permanent magnet rotor is provided. The permanent magnet rotor includes at least one permanent magnet and a substantially cylindrical rotor core including an outer edge and an inner edge defining a central opening. The rotor core includes a radius R, at least one pole, and at least one radial aperture extending radially though the rotor core from the outer edge to a predetermined depth less than the radius. The at least one radial aperture is configured to receive the at least one permanent magnet. The rotor further includes at least one protrusion extending into the at least one radial aperture, the at least one protrusion positioned substantially along a bottom of the at least one radial aperture and configured to facilitate retention of the at least one permanent magnet within the at least one radial aperture.


A quick-release automatic tensioning motor base for supporting a motor. The motor is operably coupled to a device to be driven via a drive belt. The motor base includes base brackets and at least one guide rail fixedly coupled between the base brackets. A platform assembly, which supports the motor, is slidably coupled to the guide rail. A spring assembly is selectively coupled between the base brackets and fixedly coupled to the platform assembly. The spring assembly applies a biasing force to the platform assembly to maintain a belt tension along the drive belt. A quick-release assembly selectively engages the spring assembly and base brackets to permit movement of the quick-release assembly between a fastened position and a released position. A spring compression retention assembly is operably coupled to the spring assembly to maintain spring compression on the spring assembly even when the quick-release assembly is in the released position.


Patent
Regal Beloit | Date: 2015-01-02

A motorized vehicle has a plurality of left wheels and right wheels. The vehicle includes a first motor adapted for powering at least two of the plurality of left wheels and a second motor adapted for powering at least two of the plurality of right wheels, The vehicle also includes a first power transferring device for transferring power from the first motor to a left wheel, a second power transferring device for transferring power from the second motor to a right wheel, a third power transferring device for transferring power from the first left wheel to a second left wheel, and a fourth power transferring device for transferring power from the first right wheel to a second right wheel. The vehicle also includes a first braking mechanism for the first of the left wheels and a second braking mechanism for the second of the left wheels.

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