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    1500 W DC Planetary Gear Motor, 36V/48V

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    Order a 1500W planetary gear motor to offer higher torque at low speeds, works at 36V/48V DC power supply, 4.78Nm rated torque, 3000rpm speed and peak torque up to 14.33Nm, Planetary gear box high gear ratio 3:1 to 250:1, brushless designed for electrical car and industrial machines.
    SKU: ATO-GEAR-P1500
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    Economical price 1500 W DC planetary gear motor for sale online, optional 36V or 48V power supply, gear ratio from 3:1 to 250:1, rated speed 2000 rpm, rated torque 4.78N·m, motor dimension 110mm, brushless designed for electric car and industrial equipment.


    • 36V and 48V DC are available.
    • The planetary gearbox ratio is up to 250:1.
    • Power, voltage, speed, shaft, motor length and lead can be customized.
    • BLDC motor with a planetary gearbox has low power consumption, high efficiency and longer battery life.
    • Planetary gear motor provides high torque at low speeds.
    • Easy for speed adjustment and reversible direction.


    Motor Model D110BLD1500-36A-30S D110BLD1500-48A-30S
    Motor Type BLDC Motor
    Power 1500W
    Voltage 36V DC 48V DC
    Rated Current 52.8A 39.06A
    No Load Current <20A <15A
    No Load Speed 3300 rpm
    Rated Speed 3000 rpm
    Rated Torque 4.78 N·m
    Peak Torque 14.33 N·m
    Motor Dimension 110mm
    Construction Permanent Magnet
    Direction of Rotation CW/CCW
    Certificate CCC, CE, ROSH, LVD, EMC
    Recommended drive model BLDC-100A BLDC-100A
    Gear Ratio 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 16, 20, 25, 28, 35, 40, 50, 70, 80, 100, 125, 140, 175, 200, 250
    What Parameters of ATO Planetary Gear Motor Can Be Customized?
    Power Yes
    Voltage Yes
    Speed Yes
    Shaft Yes
    Motor Length Yes
    Motor Lead Yes

    Note: If you would like CAD drawings of the motor and planetary gearbox, please contact us.

    Speed-torque curve

    1500W dc planetary gear motor torque speed curve

    • Instantaneous maximum torque line
      The maximum torque momentarily impacts the load when the motor is started.
      Beyond this torque, the over-current protection of the driver will cause the motor to stop.
    • Short time operation area
      The motor can run at a short time within this torque range at different speeds.
      If the operation time is too long, the motor will generate heat, which may cause the motor to stop or burn.
    • Rated operating torque line
      The rated torque of motor running at different speeds, and the motor can run for a long time at this torque.
    • Continuous operating area
      When the motor rotates at different speeds, it runs continuously in this corresponding zone.

    Tips: Causes of planetary gear motor noise

    • When using a planetary reducer, noise may sometimes be generated. In this way, many people who don't understand planetary reducer will think that there is a problem with the planetary reducer and dare not use it. In fact, the noise produced by the planetary reducer is caused by many factors.
    • The rotation of the motor bearing produces natural sound under normal circumstances, and there is almost no problem except for the case of a precision miniature motor or a geared motor. However, the natural vibration of the bearing and the resonance of the material of the motor components, and the gas spring constant of the bearing axially cause the rotor to vibrate axially, and poor lubrication produces frictional noise.
    • When the brushes slide, DC motors or commutator motors with brushes will generate brush noise.
    • The fluid noise and ventilation noise generated by the fan or rotor are unavoidable. In many cases, the overall noise of the micromotor will be affected. In addition to the air whistle sound caused by fan blades or iron core teeth, pay attention to the resonance of ventilation.
    • Electromagnetic noise refers to the noise caused by the unbalance of the magnetic circuit or the unbalance of the magnetic force of the air gap and the electromagnetic wave, and the magnetic noise caused by the saturation of the magnetic flux density or the eccentricity of the air gap.
    • Mechanical vibration noise is the unbalanced weight of the rotor, which produces a considerable number of rotations.
    Existing reviews of 1500 W DC Planetary Gear Motor, 36V/48V
    Is BLD-100A the “correct” motor drive for the above motor?
    I have received the motor drive (see picture below, BLD-100A).
    The picture shows that SW1 (Dip switch) is for the pole selection:
    OFF = 2 poles, ON =4 poles
    There is no 8 pole setting.
    Our motor model is D110BLD1500-48A-30S,  and I believe the motor has 8 poles.
    Is BLD-100A the “correct” motor drive for the above motor?
    What is the setting for SW1?
    From: antony | Date: 14/06/2023
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    ATO Responded
    The controller BLD-100A you purchased has already been set up at the factory.
    SW1 should be set to ON, 4 pairs of poles, equivalent to 8 levels, so the controller is no problem.
    Now all you need is the correct wiring to run the motor. Please refer to our test video and wiring pictures attached.
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