High efficiency and energy-saving brushless DC motor, 500W rated power, has a rated speed of 2,000 rpm and utilizes Hall sensor feedback. It is widely use in automatic machinery, medical institutions, electronic equiment ect..
500W 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.
500W BLDC MOTOR SPECIFICATION
||ATO-80WDM02420 (Click it to see more motor specs)
|Matched Controller Model
||ATOTH-G (Click it to see more controller specs)
|Square Flange Size
|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
500W 24V/48V/72V/96V BLDC MOTOR DIMENSION (Unit=mm)
MOTOR AND HAll RELATIONSHIP
Brushless DC motor consists of the motor and drive, is a typical mechatronic product. The stator windings of the motor are mostly made using three-phase symmetrical star connection, which is very similar to the three-phase asynchronous motor. Magnetically charged permanent magnets are attached to the rotor of the motor. In order to detect the polarity of the motor rotor, a position sensor is provided in the motor. The drive consists of power electronics and integrated circuits. Its function is: To accept the motor start, stop and brake signal to control the motor start, stop and brake. To accept the position sensor signal and the positive and negative signals used to control the inverse change the power of the bridge power on and off, resulting in continuous torque. Receive speed instructions and speed feedback signal, used to control and adjust the speed. It provides protection and display and so on.
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