110mm square flange size brushless dc motor is 2.5 hp (1.9kW), 48V, 72V, 96V, with 3000 rpm rated speed and max speed up to 3600 rpm. It is widely use in automatic machinery, medical institutions, electronic equiment etc..
2.5 HP (1.9kW) BLDC MOTOR FEATURES
- IP54 rating with shaft seal.
- Complete protection from dust particles.
- Can be subjected to moist or humid environments.
- Long life and highly reliable.
- Cost-effective replacement for brush DC motors.
2.5 HP (1.9kW) BLDC MOTOR SPECIFICATION
||ATO-110WDM06030 (Click it to see more motor specs)
|Matched Controller Model
||ATOTH-G (Click it to see more controller specs)
|Square Flange Size
||2.5 hp (1.9 kW)
||48V: 13.3 V/Krpm, 72V: 20.0 V/Krpm, 96V: 26.7 V/Krpm
|Brake Apparatus Voltage
||24V DC, (If 24V voltage is not connected, the motor brake)
||CE, ROHs, ISO/TS16949
||<90%RH (no dewing)
NOTE: Tell us your application needs, we can customize your BLDC motor to meet your precise power, speed, voltage and current requirements.
BLDC MOTOR LINE DEFINITION
||Power Line Color
||Hall Line Color
||Orange and Black
|Hall Signal Definition
|Plug serial number
24V/48V/72V/96V BLDC MOTOR DIMENSION (Unit=mm)
MOTOR AND HAll RELATIONSHIP
48V BLDC MOTOR SPEED-TORQUE CURVE
The rotor position detector mounted on the motor shaft is an important part of the brushless DC motor. It determines the moment when the armature phase winding starts to energize. Its role is equivalent to the general brushless DC motor. Changing the timing (phase) of the position detector signal is equivalent to changing the position of the brush in space in the DC motor, which has a great influence on the characteristics of the brushless DC motor.
There are many types of position detectors, which usually include a stationary set of detector elements and a position signal generator that rotates with the rotor of the motor. In a position detector consisting of Hall elements, the Hall element is the sensing element, and the motor rotor pole itself is the position signal former. In other structures, such as electromagnetic induction, photoelectric, and proximity switches, a notched disk is often used as the position signal former. For example, in the photoelectric type, the gap is used to make the light irradiate the photocell to generate a signal. In the electromagnetic induction mode, the gap is used to change the magnetic circuit of the open transformer so as to generate the electromotive force in the detection coil.