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Explanation of motor terms...

Release time:2020-06-07 17:24Popularity:

MotorIt is a machine that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy; if this electrical energy is alternating current, the motor is an alternating current motor, and if the electrical energy is direct current, it is a direct current motor.In most cases, AC power is first provided, and then AC power is converted into DC power through rectifier equipment.For example, we often see hydropower, wind power, nuclear power, thermal power plants, etc., all of which produce AC power.

The use range of the motor is very wide.Moreover, with the improvement of living standards and the improvement of automation, this trend becomes more obvious when human beings become more and more "lazy".
Without special mention, the motor referred to in this article refers to a light motor without a reducer.

Voltage (VOLTAGE): The international unit is volts, V

This voltage can be alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC), and correspond to AC motors and DC motors respectively.The maximum voltage of the generator can reach more than 10 volts. This high voltage facilitates the transmission of power and reduces the loss in the process of power transmission. Its disadvantage is that it is very dangerous.Lower voltage, such as the DC voltage provided by small dry batteries that we often use, is used to drive low-power DC motors.

Among our current motors, the voltages of AC motors are: 24V, 100V, 110V, 115V, 120V, 200V, 220V, 230V, 240V, 380V, 400V, 415V, etc.These voltages can be single-phase or three-phase.

The voltages of DC motors are: 12V, 24V, 36V, 48V, 90V, 110V, 220V.

In theory, motors with voltages different from the above can be designed and produced.


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