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    5.5hp (4kW) 3-Phase Asynchronous Motor with Clutch

    Asynchronous motor with clutch is a motor with rated power 5.5hp/4kW, voltage 380V 50Hz. Cheap 3 phase induction motor has low noise, simple operation, and high protection class.
    SKU: ATO-AMWC-4000W
    30-day Returns
    Delivery date: 10-20 days

    With 5.5hp (4kW) asynchronous motor with clutch's advantages of high efficiency, reliable performance and favorable price, 3-phase asynchronous motor with clutch can be widely used in textile, chemical, metallurgy, building materials, food mining, paper making, plastic and other industries.

    5.5hp (4kW) 3-Phase Asynchronous Motor with Clutch Specification

    Model ATO-YCT180-4A
    Capacity 4kW
    Rated Torque 25.2Nm
    Speed adjustable Range 1250-125r/min
    Speed Changing Rate 3%
    Rated Voltage 380V
    Installation B3
    Frequency 50Hz
    Phase 3 phase
    Certification CE, CCC, IS9001, IS2008
    IP Grade IP21
    Efficiency IE1/IE2/IE3
    Frame Cast Iron or aluminum
    Weight 160kg
    Ambient temperature -15℃~40℃
    Altitude not exceeding 1000 Meters
    Duty Continuous running
    Insulation Grade B
    Warranty 1 year

     5.5hp (4kW) 3-Phase Asynchronous Motor with Clutch Dimensions

    3 phase asynchronous motor dimensions3 phase asynchronous motor dimensions3 phase asynchronous motor dimensions

    Model YCT180-4A
    Mounting Dimension & Tolerance (mm) A Basic Size 279
    A/2 Basic Size 139.5
    WB Basic Size 305
    WC Basic Size 45
    Limit Size ±1.5
    D Basic Size 28
    Limit Tolerance +0.009   -0.004
    E Basic Size 60
    Limit Tolerance ±0.37
    F Basic Size 8
    Limit Tolerance -0.038
    G Basic Size 24
    Limit Tolerance -0.2
    H Basic Size 180
    Limit Tolerance -0.5
    K Basic Size 15
    Limit Tolerance 0
    Position Tolerance Φ 1.5 
    Mounting Dimension & Tolerance (mm) AB 365
    AC 385
    AD 195
    HD 430
    L 675



    4000w Asynchronous Motor with Clutch Details

    Tips: The Starting Methods of 5.5hp (4kW) 3 Phase Asynchronous Motor with Clutch.

    1. Soft start

    With the rapid development of microcomputer control technology, a number of electronic soft start controllers have been successfully developed in the related control engineering fields, which are widely used in the motor starting process, and the buck starter has been replaced. The current electronic soft start facilities are using the thyristor voltage regulation circuit, whose circuit composition is described as follows: six thyristors are connected in series to the three-phase power supply after two anti-parallel connections, and after the system sends the start signal, the microcomputer-controlled starter system immediately performs data calculation, so that the thyristor delivers the trigger signal, which enables the thyristor conduction angle to be controlled, and the output voltage is adjusted according to the given output to realize the motor control. The output voltage is adjusted according to the given output to control the motor. This starting method is suitable for starting and controlling three-phase AC asynchronous motors of various power values, including six and three connections.

    2. Direct start

    This starting method is the most basic and simple one among the motor starting methods. Firstly, the motor is connected to the grid with the help of knife switch, and then the motor starts and runs under the rated voltage, which is characterized by low investment, simple equipment and low quantity.

    3. Reduced voltage starting

    Due to the disadvantages of direct starting, voltage reduction starting is created. The starting environment for this starting method is no-load and light-load. Since the buck starting method is realized to limit the starting torque and starting current at the same time, the circuit needs to be restored to the rated state after the starting work is finished. 

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