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    2000 W DC Worm Gear Motor, 48V

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    2000 W worm gear motor provides high torque at 2000 rpm rated speed, 48V power supply, gear ratio from 7.5:1 to 100:1, rated torque 9.55N·m, motor dimension 110mm, brushless design for electric car and industrial equipment.
    SKU: ATO-GEAR-W2000
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Buy 2000 W worm gear motor at best price. This BLDC gear motor is best for new energy electric car, renewable energy systems, industrial equipment which require high torque density and compact occasions.


    Motor Model ATOD110BLD2000-48A
    Motor Type BLDC Motor
    Power 2000W
    Voltage 48V DC
    Rated Current 52.08A
    No Load Current <16A
    No Load Speed 2700 rpm
    Rated Speed 2000 rpm
    Rated Torque 6.6N·m
    Peak Torque 19.8N·m
    Motor Dimension 110mm
    Shaft Diameter 11mm
    Construction Permanent Magnet
    Direction of Rotation CW/CCW
    Certificate CCC, CE, ROSH, LVD, EMC
    Gear Ratio 7.5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 100
    Recommended Drive Model ATO-BD100
    What Parameters of ATO Worm Gear Motors Can Be Customized?
    Power Yes
    Voltage Yes
    Speed Yes
    Shaft Yes
    Motor Length Yes
    Motor Lead Yes

    Allowable Torque with Gear Head

    Gear Ratio 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 80 100
    Rated Output Speed (rpm) 267 200 133 100 80 67 50 40 33 25 20
    Rated Output Torque (Nm) 57.3 76.4 114.6 149.0 181.5 212.0 216.0 177.0 200.0 180.0 139.0


    • This torque value is the rated output value of the reducer, not the final motor + output torque value T after reducer.
    • The formula for calculating the output torque after the final motor + reducer: T = rated torque of the motor * reduction ratio * 0.6, and T≤ rated allowable output torque value of the reducer.

    Dimensions (Unit: mm)

    Mounting screws are included with gearhead

    Dimensions of 2000 W DC Worm Gear Motor

    Speed-Torque Curve

    2000 W DC Worm Gear Motor Speed Torque 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.


    2000W DC Worm Gear Motor Details

    Tips: Troubleshooting of worm gear motor

    Failures Reasons Solutions
    Gear motor overheating
    • Overloading
    • Too little or too much lubricating oil
    • Poor or inappropriate lubricating oil
    • Excessive oil seal friction
    • Improper connection between output shaft and transmission
    • Adjust to an appropriate load or choose a larger model
    • Add proper lubricating oil according to the instructions
    • Add appropriate lubricating oil after the oil is drained
    • Put a few drops of lubricating oil on the oil seal
    • Adjust to proper position

    with noise

    • Worm gears and worms have poor meshing
    • Bearing damage or excessive clearance
    • Insufficient lubricating oil
    • Foreign body intrusion
    • Trimming the tooth contact surface
    • Replace the bearing
    • Add appropriate amount of lubricating oil according to the instructions
    • Remove foreign objects and replace the lubricating oil

    Abnormal vibration

    • Poorly fixed transmission
    • Worm gear worn or damaged
    • Bearing wear or damage
    • Loose bolts
    • Foreign body intrusion
    • Fixed transmission
    • Replace worm gear
    • Replace the bearing
    • Tighten the bolts
    • Remove foreign objects and replace the lubricating oil
    Oil leakage
    • Oil seal damage
    • Damaged gasket
    • Too much oil
    • Loose oil plug
    • Damaged oil mark
    • Replace the oil seal
    • Replace the gasket
    • Add appropriate amount of lubricating oil
    • Tighten the oil plug
    • Replace the oil mark

    The input or output axis does not rotate

    • Worm gear is overheated
    • Bearing damage
    • Foreign body intrusion
    • Excessive wear of worm gear and worm
    • Replace or repair
    • Replace the bearing
    • Remove foreign objects and replace the lubricating oil
    • Replace worm gear or worm
    Worm gear excessive wear
    • Overload operation
    • Poor or inappropriate lubricating oil
    • Insufficient lubricating oil
    • Bearing wear
    • Operating temperature is too high
    • Adjust to the appropriate negative
    • Change the proper lubricating oil
    • Add proper lubricating oil according to the instructions
    • Replace the bearing
    • Improve the ventilation environment
    Existing reviews of 2000 W DC Worm Gear Motor, 48V
    Can I adjust the 2000 rpm to 25%?
    I am looking for a DC worm drive that can be stepped down to 5rpm. I was looking at your 2000W DC worm gear motors with a 100:1 step down but that would be 4X too fast. I can regulate your 2000 rpm worm gear motor to run at 25% but I have a feeling I will loose torque. Is this true?  The whole assembly would be running a conveyor that has roughly 250 lbs of accumulated product across its surface. Any suggestions would be appreciated?
    From: Austin1978 | Date: 20/10/2023
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    ATO Responded
    For this 2000W DC worm gear drive, tell us what is the power and voltage of the brushless DC motor? The output speed of your motor and worm gear is 4 rpm. what is the maximum required final output torque in Nm? So that we can recommend the right motor. We do not recommend running a VFD with a single-phase motor at low speeds for long periods of time; the motor will overheat and burn out easily if run at low speeds for long periods of time. We recommend running the motor above 40Hz.
    I love the size of this worm gear motor!
    I love the size of this worm gear motor. When the current stops, so does the rotation. It's like having a built-in brake, at no additional expense. I just hope these motors continue to be available for purchase.
    From: George | Date: 05/05/2022
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