ENGIRO are a German manufacturer and technology leader for highly efficient, innovative electric motors and power train solutions. ENGIRO specialise in proprietary e-drives and have comprehensive expertise in power trains which make them the partner and supplier of choice for system integrators and OEMs in markets which include navy, utility vehicles, industry, automotive applications and aviation.
Electric Drive Engineering are the official distributors of ENGIRO products in Australia and New Zealand
Our ENGIRO range of permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSM) are first-class, ultra efficient and compact. The complete ENGIRO range includes motors from 10 kW to 400 kW. Applications include utility vehicles in the construction and transport industry, municipal vehicles, taxi boats, passenger transporters and motor generator units for railway applications and even range extender solutions for two-wheelers or compacts.
There are 102 motor variants within the ENGIRO range. If you can’t find what you need here, fill out our contact form and one of our sales engineers will determine the ideal motor for your application.
ENGIRO Naming Convention:
ENGIRO 205A Series
The ENGIRO 205A is a series of motors with the following key features:
Cylindrical shaft with keyway
Delivery with controller possible
Motor Type: 3-phase Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor
All our motors can be supplied with variable speed controllers cabled and configured to your unique design requirements. We typically use LEADRIVE, ENGIRO, and SEVCON controllers. We can also provide our motors paired with a gearbox.
ENGIRO are an independent company driven by first-class development expertise, with a dedicated team and a technical and entrepreneurial background of over 30 years, embedded in the high-tech region of Aachen, Germany. Aachen is a hotbed of innovation in the electric motor and power electronics industry driven by Aachen University.
Design and state-of-the-art simulation, adaptation and optimisation of e-drives and integrated power trains including battery systems: mechanical, electrical, magnetic, thermal, stationary + dynamic
Integration of relevant system concepts: fully electric, hybrid, regenerative
Application-specific expertise: commercial shipping, utility vehicles and special areas of the automotive industry, industrial and stationary solutions, aviation
Network and partnerships with select technology experts in engineering, research and development, universities
It starts with initial design studies, geometric pre-dimensioning, modular concepts and shifting designs for different operating parameters. Subsequently, the solution versions are supported further by simulating and optimising electromagnetic properties, mechanical and thermal optimisation as well as coordination with different power electronics. Finally, all production-ready documents, test specifications and documents are created.
An essential tool for designing and optimising our highly efficient electric drives is the numerical magnetic field calculation. In the theoretical stage, the finite-element method (FEM) is used to design the way the magnetic fields are formed and to calculate how magnets and coils must be arranged under certain boundary conditions in order to optimise the magnetic field lines for specific applications. For these FE-calculations we use the programs like ANSYS, Infolytica and others.
The simulation calculation also covers operating strategies. Here, logical relationships are run through to simulate energy management in particular. These calculations are carried out using the Matlab Simulink.
ANSYS is used for mechanical and dynamic calculations, e.g. to optimise rotors under centrifugal force, to safely transmit torques or to avoid resonance.
Fluid calculations with superimposed heat transfer are carried out using FloEFD at a sister company ISATEC.
Construction & Mining Machines
ENGIRO motors can be found in off-highway construction machines. Their robust design, IP rating, and corrosion resistance makes them ideal for the challenges of the construction environment. They can be paired with a gearbox or used for direct differential propulsion.
In many applications, the diesel engine is replaced by an electric motor, while the hydraulic circuit is maintained. To facilitate direct mounting of the various pump sizes to the motor without coupling, ENGIRO motors have different flanges according to ISO 3019-1 and shafts according to ANSI B 92.1 with 9T, 13T or 15T gearing.
ENGIRO’s wide range of motor variants make them ideal for municipal vehicles such as garbage trucks, street sweepers, & buses. Municipal vehicles usually require several motors of various sizes for ancillary functions.
For fan and brush applications, ENGIRO motors have robust bearings to absorb the axial and radial forces