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    60 rpm AC Synchronous Gear Motor, 24V/110V/220V

    $76.83
    AC permanent magnet synchronous gear motor at best price, 1 phase, 60 rpm low output speed at 7/ 10 Kgf•cm output torque, optional voltage 24V/ 110V/ 220V – 240V, 50/ 60Hz, duty type S1 continues or S2 (30 mins). It is compact and CW or CCW rotation at constant speed.
    SKU: ATO-60TYD-B60
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    Delivery date: 30-40 Days

    AC PMSM electric motor is mostly used for air cooler, laminator, outdoor auto control machine and monitor, etc. It is reversible and starts by capacitor.

    Specification

    Model ATO-60TYD-B60
    Duty Type S1 Continues S2 (30 mins)
    Voltage (AC) 24V 110V 220V-240V 24V 110V 220V-240V
    Power Frequency 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz
    Output Speed 60 rpm
    Output Torque 7 Kgf·cm 10 Kgf·cm
    Rated Speed 1200 rpm 1200 rpm
    Input Power < 17W < 25W
    Input Current < 0.65A < 0.15A < 0.08A < 1.5A < 0.35A < 0.2A
    Rotation CW/CCW (Reversible) CW/CCW (Reversible)
    Operating Temperature -15 ~ 40℃ -15 ~ 40℃
    Coil Temperature Rise < 80K < 80K
    Insulation Class B B
    Insulation Strength AC 1500/ 50Hz/min AC 1500/ 50Hz/min
    Recommended Capacitance 47μF/ 63V 2.2μF/ 250V 0.56μF/ 450V 67μF/ 63V 3.0μF/ 250V 0.8μF/ 450V

    Dimensions (Units: mm)

    Dimensions of 60 rpm AC Synchronous Gear Motor

    Tips: AC synchronous motor basics

    • The speed of a synchronous motor is dependent only on the stator frequency.
    • Below the base speed, the stator voltage is proportional to the stator frequency, that is, the higher the motor speed is, the higher the stator voltage and frequency of the motor are, and the current increases with the increase of the speed.
    • Above the base speed, the stator voltage only rises to the rated voltage, the stator frequency rises and the rotor current decreases.
    • The stator current is proportional to the load, and the rotor current increases with the increase of the load, but not in a proportional relationship, that is, when the stator current increases, the rotor current also increases.
    • When the AC synchronous motor is directly connected to the grid, it must be dragged to the synchronous speed by other power before the stator can be connected to the grid. The reason is that when the motor does not rotate, there is no counter electromotive force. If the stator is connected to the grid at this time, it is equivalent to the stator short circuit, which will burn the motor.
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