2000W 24V brushless DC motor with good quality and cheap price, 48V, 72V, 96V are available here, IP54 rating with shaft seal, complete protection from dust particles. It is widely use in automatic machinery, medical institutions, electronic equiment etc..
2 kW BLDC MOTOR FEATURES
- 130 mm square flange size, making it easy to install.
- Brushless design for long life.
- Excellent speed stability.
- Hall signals for velocity feedback.
- Cost-effective replacement for brush DC motors.
2 kW 48V BLDC Motor SPECIFICATION
||ATO-130WDM10020 (Click it to see more motor specs)
|Matched Controller Model
||ATOTH-G (Click it to see more controller specs)
|Square Flange Size
||48V: 20 V/Krpm, 72V: 30 V/Krpm, 96V: 40 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
Self-controlled inverter is applied in brushless DC motors. It is different from the normal inverter. Its output frequency is not independently adjusted, but controlled by a rotor position detector mounted on the shaft of a synchronous motor. Whenever the rotor is rotated through a certain position (for example, 90° or 120° electrical angle), the position detector generates a corresponding signal that acts on the corresponding semiconductor element to energize the corresponding phase winding to generate torque. Each time the motor rotor rotates a pair of magnetic poles, the respective semiconductor elements conduct one turn in turn, and the alternating current output by the inverter changes correspondingly by one cycle. Therefore, the output frequency of self-control inverter and the motor speed is always synchronized; there will be no out-of-step phenomenon.