|Output Speeds||960 RPM,1440 RPM and 2880 RPM|
|Rated speed||1500 rpm|
|Supply voltage||90 v dc|
|Rated Torque||4.2 kg.cm|
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|Minimum Order Quantity||50 Piece|
|Voltage||230 VAC / 415 VAC|
|Color||METALLIC BLUE/ BLACK/ SILVER|
|Number Of Poles||4|
|Frame Size||SQUARE 90 MM|
|Frame||SQ 90 MM|
|Gearbox Diameter||SQ 90 MM|
|Load Current||0.84 A|
|Mass Gearhead||3.5 KG|
|Maximum Overhung Load||200 KGCM|
|Motor Sizes||90*90 SQUARE MM|
|Optimum Operating Voltage Vm||230 V|
Induction Motors: Working Principal
In the world of motors, fractional horsepower motors (FHP) are a class of motors that are used in a wide variety of applications, from household appliances to industrial machinery. As the name suggests, these motors are small and have a power output that is less than one horsepower. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at fractional horsepower motors, including what they are, how they work, and some common applications.Fractional Induction Motors:Fractional induction motors are a sub-type of induction motors that are designed to operate at fractional horsepower levels. They are commonly used in applications where the load is relatively small, such as household appliances, small tools, and HVAC systems. Fractional induction motors are available in a wide range of sizes, from less than 1/20 horsepower to several horsepower.
The construction of fractional induction motors is similar to that of larger induction motors, with a stationary stator and a rotating rotor. However, fractional induction motors typically have a simpler design, with fewer windings and a smaller frame size. They may also have a different rotor design, such as a squirrel-cage rotor, which is simpler and less expensive to manufacture than other types of rotors.
Advantages of Fractional Induction Motors:
There are several advantages of using fractional induction motors in industrial and commercial applications. Some of these advantages include:
Cost-effective: Fractional induction motors are typically less expensive than larger induction motors, making them a cost-effective choice for small applications.
High efficiency: Fractional induction motors are designed to operate at high efficiency levels, which can help reduce energy consumption and operating costs.
Low maintenance: Fractional induction motors have a simple design, which means they require minimal maintenance over their lifetime.
Quiet operation: Fractional induction motors operate quietly, making them a good choice for applications where noise is a concern.