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Name: mortis
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Date: Around 1993


Question:
Is there a registry or professional organization (such as the American Manufacturer's Association) of firms using or producing photovoltaics or high-efficiency motors?



Replies:
I do not know if there is a registry of users, but at least in the high efficiency motor field, look up a magazine called MOTION. While it deals mostly with high performance servo loops, the motors used are also necessarily high efficiency. There are several manufacturers of high- efficiency motors, most of which use Sum-Cobalt or Neo-Iron materials. Check the Thomas Registers for Servo motor manufacturers.

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