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Nominal voltage [VAC]
Rated torque [Ncm]
13.20 1102.00
Input Current [A]
0.60 1.50
Current Rated [A]
0.165 1.36
Input Power [W]
33 110
Power input Rated [W]
35 310
Сurrent max [A]
0.23 2.20
Power input max [W]
51 500
Capacitor [μF/VDB]
Perm. amb. temperature [°С]
Speed [RPM]
1212 3100
Frequency [Hz]
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Max torque [Ncm]
16.70 1527.00

How to select an AC Motor?

In order to select the appropriate AC Motor for a given application, you need to determine basic specifications. Calculate the required load torque and operating speed. Then you need remember that induction and reversible motors cannot be adjusted; they require a gear head. If this is needed, please select the appropriate gear ratio. Next you should determine frequency, and power supply voltage for the motor.

 

 

 

Advantages and Disadvantages of AC Motor

 

Advantages of an AC Motor

- Low Cost

- Long Lifespan

- High-Efficiency and Reliability

- Simple Construction

- High Starting Torque (Induction)

- No Slip (Synchronous)

 

Disadvantages of an AC Motor

- Frequency Causes Rotation Slips (Induction)

- Starting Switch Needed (Induction)

 

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