Do you like to watch music videos, preferably from live concerts? Then it is easy for you to put yourselves into the following scenario. The concert recording is played, the tension rises before the next piece, everything is quiet, only a buzzing breaks the silence and disturbs the listener sensitively!
What has happened? The motor driving the camera focusing wheel was picked up by a microphone close to the camera. That's annoying, but there is a solution - to use the BGA22 as a drive motor! Professional cameras require a lot of effort to ensure that the recordings are not disturbed by background noise. In practice, the camera focusing wheel is driven by the BGA 22, which is not locked in place and has prevailed over the concepts of other motor manufacturers. The smooth running of the BGA 22 can only be understood when you have experienced it live.
With the advent of the drones, the cameras learned how to fly. Flying cameras are powered by accumulators. In order to keep them as small and light as possible, the motors are designed for a high power-to-weight ratio and good efficiency. The BGA 22 fully meets both requirements.
Other differentiating features of the BGA22 include its very high overload capability and the resulting power density. Therefore, the spectrum of applications is huge. Other typical applications are for example:
All this is made possible by the impressive technical data of the BGA 22:
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