2hp electromagnetic brake motor with 0.2s no-load brake lag time, 15Nm static braking torque, 50W energizing power and 78% high efficiency.
Tips: The Working Principle of Brake Motor.
There is an electromagnetic brake at the end of the brake motor, which will also be closed when the motor is energized. At this time, the motor will not be braked, and it will also be closed when the motor is powered off, and will brake the motor under the action of the spring. The two wires are used to rectify the two AC input ends of the full bridge, and input 380V AC synchronously with the two free inlet ends of the motor, and the direct output ends are connected to the brake excitation coil. The working principle is that when the motor is energized, the coil gets a direct current to generate suction, which separates the two friction surfaces at the tail, and the motor rotates freely. On the contrary, the spring restoring force allows the motor to brake.