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    10 hp (7.5kW) Brake Motor, 3 Phase, 2 Pole

    Economical price brake motor with rated power 10hp (7.5kW), electric brake motor with rated voltage 380V (380V~480V can be customized), 2 pole, 14.9A rated current and 87% high efficiency. Three phase brake motor has the characteristics of small size, light weight, stable and reliable operation, large braking torque, fast braking speed.
    SKU: ATO-BM-131S2
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    Delivery date: 10-12 days

    Electromagnetic brake motor with 0.88 cosφ power factor, energizing power 90 watt, static braking torque 75Nm and 2900r/ min speed.


    Model ATO-131S2
    Numbers of poles 2 pole
    Rated power 10hp (7.5kW)
    Rated voltage 380V (380V~480V can be customized)
    Speed 2900r/ min
    Current 14.9A
    Efficiency 87%
    Power factor 0.88 cosφ
    Static braking torque 75Nm
    No-load brake lag time 0.25s
    Energizing power 90W
    Locked-rotor current Rated current 7 Ist/ In
    Locked-rotor torque Rated torque 2 Tst/ Tn
    Maximum torque Rated torque 2.3 Tmax/ Tn
    Weight 85kg
    Certificate CE
    Warranty 12 months


    Dimension of 10hp brake motorDimension of 1hp brake motorDimension of 1hp brake motor


    Frame size Mounting dimensions (mm) Overall dimensions (mm)
    132S 216 140 89 38 80 10 33 132 12 280 275 210 315 585



    7500W Brake Motor Details

    Tips: The working Principle of Electromagnetic Brake Motor.

    YEJ  brake motor is also called an additional electromagnetic brake type three-phase AC asynchronous brake motor. How does the brake perform braking? Here is a brief introduction to the working principle of the YEJ brake motor brake:
    The YEJ additional electromagnetic brake motor consists of an ordinary three-phase asynchronous motor with an electromagnetic brake, which is installed on the non-working shaft extension end. The excitation current of the brake is generally direct current. According to different control requirements, it can be supplied by a separate direct current power supply or by introducing alternating current from the motor terminal, which will become a direct current power supply after rectification.
    Brakes can be divided into two types. One is to use the spring force of the brake to generate braking force on the motor rotor when the power is not applied. After the excitation coil is energized, the electromagnetic force will friction between the brake disc and the rotor shaft fixed on the rotor shaft. The disc is disengaged to eliminate the braking state, which is called power-off braking; the other is that there is no braking torque when the power is not applied, and the shaft can rotate freely, but after the excitation coil is energized, a braking force is generated and applied to the shaft Braking torque is called energized braking, and the former is more widely used.

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