China Professional Elevator Motor with Disc Brake Passenger Elevator Components Elevator Parts Speed 0.5-2m/S vacuum pump distributors

Product Description

Product Description

Our gearless traction machine has been designed for various capacity and speed
which meet different customer’s requirements.
It is a mechatronics product which can be divided to internal rotor structure and
external rotor structure. It consists of stator, rotor, brake and encoder.
The traction machine is assembled with silicon-steel lamination which insulation
is F class. We use Neodymium iron boron (NdFeB), the best material for magnet.
The traction sheave is cast by nodular iron and which type is QT700-2.
The protection class of traction machine is IP41 for WTD1 and WTD1-B series,
IP40 for WTD2-P series; Noise class≤55dB; Acceleration vibration ≤ 0.45mm/s.
The traction machine mainly consists of stator frame, stator core, rotor, traction
sheave, brake pad, brake and encoder. The stator core is fixed to the stator frame.
The traction sheave is assembled into the rotor and there are 20 poles of magnets
are evenly distributed to the rotor.
To fix the rotation shaft and the rotor together and fix to the stator frame through
the bearing. The traction sheave is assembled to the front of the rotation shaft
which is the critical part to bear the whole weight of the lift. Encoder will be
assembled to the back of the shaft. Power supply wiring and temperature controller
are fixed inside the traction wiring connection box.
It achieves the brake function through the contact between friction plate and brake
wheel.

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Company Profile

Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Power Co.,Ltd.

 

Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Power Co.,Ltd. was founded in March,2571. It is a national Hi-Tech enterprise which specialized in providing energy-saving system.

 

Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Power Co., Ltd. consists of Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Power (ZheJiang ) Co., Ltd., Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Power (ZheJiang ) Co., Ltd., and Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Power (HangZhou) Co., Ltd. The headquarters is located at No. 26, Yingbin Avenue, National High-tech Zone, HangZhou, ZheJiang . The company can annually produce 250,000 electric vehicle powertrains, 300,000 electric vehicle motors, and 300,000 controllers.  

 

Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Power has a high-quality technical R&D team of more than 120 people, with high-tech talents selected from the National Ten Thousand Talents Program, National Science and Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Talents, ZheJiang Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Leaders, Xihu (West Lake) Dis.ang Top Talents, and Xihu (West Lake) Dis.ang Scarce Talents. And independently developed electric vehicle powertrains, permanent magnet synchronous motors, AC asynchronous motors, permanent magnet synchronous controllers, AC asynchronous controllers and other products, serving electric passenger cars, electric logistics vehicles, electric buses, electric minibuses, New energy vehicle industries such as electric forklifts, electric engineering vehicles, and electric logistics vehicles. Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Power has mastered the core technologies of electric vehicle motors, controllers, reducers and powertrains, established the ZheJiang Engineering Technology R&D Center, and listed the ZheJiang Provincial Key Laboratory, with more than 120 sets of experimental benches and experimental equipment. Design and development, performance verification, durability test, IP67 waterproof and dustproof test, mechanical vibration test, mechanical shock test, and full working conditions NVH experiment, high and low temperature cyclic impact experiment, high and low temperature loading operation experiment and other product design verification and testing capabilities.

 

Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Power has built an electric vehicle powertrain automated assembly workshop, an electric motor automated assembly workshop, a controller CHINAMFG automatic placement workshop, an automated winding and embedding workshop, a casting processing center, an online spraying center, a complete machine performance digital inspection center, and Created a zero-defect quality assurance system to provide customers with perfect products and high-quality services. Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Power has obtained the automotive industry IATF16949:2016 quality management system certification, ISO9001:2015 quality management system certification, ISO14001:2015 environmental management system certification, ISO45001:2018 occupational health and safety management system certification, EU product safety CE certification, and U.S. product safety Performance UL certification, Korean electrical product safety KC certification, etc.

 

At present, the company has formed a research and development platform suitable for 6 categories of electric drive products such as pure electric passenger vehicles, pure electric commercial vehicles, pure electric special vehicles, extended-range hybrids, electric vehicles, and intelligent unmanned vehicles, forming a 1.2kw- 500kw power series products, supporting the development of more than 260 varieties of electric power system products for domestic and foreign vehicle companies and power system integrators. In terms of application in the electric vehicle market, the company’s products are used in electric vehicles such as FIAT, Xpeng, BAIC, Geely, BYD, Changan, Xihu (West Lake) Dis.feng, Xihu (West Lake) Dis., Haima, Zotye, GM, King Long, Xihu (West Lake) Dis., Foton, Great Wall, Weimar and other electric vehicles. It has been successfully applied and has been among the best in market share for many years. The company’s products sell well all over the country, and are exported to Europe, America, India, the Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia.

 

Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Power, Innovation Technology!

 

 

FAQ

Q1. What are your terms of packing?
A: We pack our goods in neutral wooden boxes and paper cartons. If you have a legally registered brand, we can pack the goods in your branded boxes after getting your authorization letters.

Q2. What are your terms of payment?
A: T/T 30% as deposit, and 70% before delivery. We’ll send you the photos of the products and packages before you pay the balance. For big orders, we accept L/C.

Q3. What are your terms of delivery?
A: EXW, FOB.

Q4. How about your delivery time?
A: It will take 15 to 45days after receiving your advance payment. The specific delivery time depends on the items and the quantity of your order.

Q5. Can you produce according to the samples?
A: Yes, we can produce your samples or technical drawings. We can produce the molds and fixtures in-house.

Q6. Do you test all your goods before delivery?
A: Yes, we have a 100% test before delivery, if necessary we can send an inspection report before delivery.

Q7. How long is your warranty period?
A: In general,2 years after deliveried
Q8. Do you have any certificates?
A: CE,SGS,ISO9001,IATF16949,UL,Etc

Q9. Do you have the import & export license?
We are official import & export licensed manufacturer.

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After-sales Service: 2years
Warranty: 2years
Type: Driving System
Suitable for: Elevator, Funicular Car
Load Capacity: 320kg-2500kg
Persons: 5-30 People

brake motor

Can brake motors be adapted for use in both indoor and outdoor environments?

Brake motors can indeed be adapted for use in both indoor and outdoor environments, provided they are appropriately designed and protected against the specific conditions they will encounter. The adaptability of brake motors allows them to function effectively and safely in diverse operating environments. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors can be adapted for use in both indoor and outdoor settings:

  • Indoor Adaptation: Brake motors intended for indoor use are typically designed to meet the specific requirements of indoor environments. They are often constructed with enclosures that protect the motor from dust, debris, and moisture commonly found indoors. These enclosures can be in the form of drip-proof (DP), totally enclosed fan-cooled (TEFC), or totally enclosed non-ventilated (TENV) designs. The enclosures prevent contaminants from entering the motor and ensure reliable and efficient operation in indoor settings.
  • Outdoor Adaptation: When brake motors are required for outdoor applications, they need to be adapted to withstand the challenges posed by outdoor conditions, such as temperature variations, moisture, and exposure to elements. Outdoor-rated brake motors are designed with additional protective measures to ensure their durability and performance. They may feature weatherproof enclosures, such as totally enclosed fan-cooled (TEFC) or totally enclosed non-ventilated (TENV) enclosures with added gaskets and seals to prevent water ingress. These enclosures provide effective protection against rain, snow, dust, and other outdoor elements, allowing the motor to operate reliably in outdoor environments.
  • Environmental Sealing: Brake motors can be equipped with environmental seals to further enhance their adaptability for both indoor and outdoor use. These seals provide an additional layer of protection against the entry of moisture, dust, and other contaminants. Depending on the specific application requirements, the seals can be applied to the motor’s shaft, housing, or other vulnerable areas to ensure proper sealing and prevent damage or performance degradation due to environmental factors.
  • Corrosion Resistance: In certain outdoor environments or specific indoor settings with corrosive elements, brake motors can be designed with corrosion-resistant materials and coatings. These specialized materials, such as stainless steel or epoxy coatings, provide protection against corrosion caused by exposure to moisture, chemicals, or salt air. Corrosion-resistant brake motors are essential for ensuring long-term reliability and optimal performance in corrosive environments.
  • Temperature Considerations: Brake motors must be adapted to handle the temperature ranges encountered in both indoor and outdoor environments. For indoor applications, motors may be designed to operate within a specific temperature range, ensuring reliable performance without overheating. Outdoor-rated brake motors may have additional cooling features, such as oversized cooling fans or heat sinks, to dissipate heat effectively and operate within acceptable temperature limits. Heating elements can also be incorporated to prevent condensation and maintain optimal operating temperatures in outdoor or highly humid indoor environments.
  • IP Rating: In addition to the specific adaptations mentioned above, brake motors for both indoor and outdoor use are often assigned an Ingress Protection (IP) rating. The IP rating indicates the motor’s level of protection against solid particles (first digit) and water ingress (second digit). The higher the IP rating, the greater the protection offered. IP ratings help users select brake motors that are suitable for their intended environment by considering factors such as dust resistance, water resistance, and overall environmental durability.

By incorporating appropriate enclosures, environmental seals, corrosion-resistant materials, temperature management features, and IP ratings, brake motors can be successfully adapted for use in both indoor and outdoor environments. These adaptations ensure that the motors are well-protected, perform reliably, and maintain their efficiency and longevity, regardless of the operating conditions they are exposed to.

brake motor

What factors should be considered when selecting the right brake motor for a task?

When selecting the right brake motor for a task, several factors should be carefully considered to ensure optimal performance and compatibility with the specific application requirements. These factors help determine the suitability of the brake motor for the intended task and play a crucial role in achieving efficient and reliable operation. Here’s a detailed explanation of the key factors that should be considered when selecting a brake motor:

1. Load Characteristics: The characteristics of the load being driven by the brake motor are essential considerations. Factors such as load size, weight, and inertia influence the torque, power, and braking requirements of the motor. It is crucial to accurately assess the load characteristics to select a brake motor with the appropriate power rating, torque capacity, and braking capability to handle the specific load requirements effectively.

2. Stopping Requirements: The desired stopping performance of the brake motor is another critical factor to consider. Different applications may have specific stopping time, speed, or precision requirements. The brake motor should be selected based on its ability to meet these stopping requirements, such as adjustable braking torque, controlled response time, and stability during stopping. Understanding the desired stopping behavior is crucial for selecting a brake motor that can provide the necessary control and accuracy.

3. Environmental Conditions: The operating environment in which the brake motor will be installed plays a significant role in its selection. Factors such as temperature, humidity, dust, vibration, and corrosive substances can affect the performance and lifespan of the motor. It is essential to choose a brake motor that is designed to withstand the specific environmental conditions of the application, ensuring reliable and durable operation over time.

4. Mounting and Space Constraints: The available space and mounting requirements should be considered when selecting a brake motor. The physical dimensions and mounting options of the motor should align with the space constraints and mounting configuration of the application. It is crucial to ensure that the brake motor can be properly installed and integrated into the existing machinery or system without compromising the performance or safety of the overall setup.

5. Power Supply: The availability and characteristics of the power supply should be taken into account. The voltage, frequency, and power quality of the electrical supply should match the specifications of the brake motor. It is important to consider factors such as single-phase or three-phase power supply, voltage fluctuations, and compatibility with other electrical components to ensure proper operation and avoid electrical issues or motor damage.

6. Brake Type and Design: Different brake types, such as electromagnetic brakes or spring-loaded brakes, offer specific advantages and considerations. The choice of brake type should align with the requirements of the application, taking into account factors such as braking torque, response time, and reliability. The design features of the brake, such as braking surface area, cooling methods, and wear indicators, should also be evaluated to ensure efficient and long-lasting braking performance.

7. Regulatory and Safety Standards: Compliance with applicable regulatory and safety standards is crucial when selecting a brake motor. Depending on the industry and application, specific standards and certifications may be required. It is essential to choose a brake motor that meets the necessary standards and safety requirements to ensure the protection of personnel, equipment, and compliance with legal obligations.

8. Cost and Lifecycle Considerations: Finally, the cost-effectiveness and lifecycle considerations should be evaluated. This includes factors such as initial investment, maintenance requirements, expected lifespan, and availability of spare parts. It is important to strike a balance between upfront costs and long-term reliability, selecting a brake motor that offers a favorable cost-to-performance ratio and aligns with the expected lifecycle and maintenance budget.

Considering these factors when selecting a brake motor helps ensure that the chosen motor is well-suited for the intended task, provides reliable and efficient operation, and meets the specific requirements of the application. Proper evaluation and assessment of these factors contribute to the overall success and performance of the brake motor in its designated task.

brake motor

What is a brake motor and how does it operate?

A brake motor is a type of electric motor that incorporates a mechanical braking system. It is designed to provide both motor power and braking functionality in a single unit. The brake motor is commonly used in applications where rapid and precise stopping or holding of loads is required. Here’s a detailed explanation of what a brake motor is and how it operates:

A brake motor consists of two main components: the electric motor itself and a braking mechanism. The electric motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy to drive a load. The braking mechanism, usually located at the non-drive end of the motor, provides the necessary braking force to stop or hold the load when the motor is turned off or power is cut off.

The braking mechanism in a brake motor typically employs one of the following types of brakes:

  1. Electromagnetic Brake: An electromagnetic brake is the most common type used in brake motors. It consists of an electromagnetic coil and a brake shoe or armature. When the motor is powered, the electromagnetic coil is energized, creating a magnetic field that attracts the brake shoe or armature. This releases the brake and allows the motor to rotate and drive the load. When the power is cut off or the motor is turned off, the electromagnetic coil is de-energized, and the brake shoe or armature is pressed against a stationary surface, creating friction and stopping the motor’s rotation.
  2. Mechanical Brake: Some brake motors use mechanical brakes, such as disc brakes or drum brakes. These brakes employ friction surfaces, such as brake pads or brake shoes, which are pressed against a rotating disc or drum attached to the motor shaft. When the motor is powered, the brake is disengaged, allowing the motor to rotate. When the power is cut off or the motor is turned off, a mechanical mechanism, such as a spring or a cam, engages the brake, creating friction and stopping the motor’s rotation.

The operation of a brake motor involves the following steps:

  1. Motor Operation: When power is supplied to the brake motor, the electric motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy, which is used to drive the load. The brake is disengaged, allowing the motor shaft to rotate freely.
  2. Stopping or Holding: When the power is cut off or the motor is turned off, the braking mechanism is engaged. In the case of an electromagnetic brake, the electromagnetic coil is de-energized, and the brake shoe or armature is pressed against a stationary surface, creating friction and stopping the motor’s rotation. In the case of a mechanical brake, a mechanical mechanism engages the brake pads or shoes against a rotating disc or drum, creating friction and stopping the motor’s rotation.
  3. Release and Restart: To restart the motor, power is supplied again, and the braking mechanism is disengaged. In the case of an electromagnetic brake, the electromagnetic coil is energized, releasing the brake shoe or armature. In the case of a mechanical brake, the mechanical mechanism disengages the brake pads or shoes from the rotating disc or drum.

Brake motors are commonly used in applications that require precise stopping or holding of loads, such as cranes, hoists, conveyors, machine tools, and elevators. The incorporation of a braking system within the motor eliminates the need for external braking devices or additional components, simplifying the design and installation process. Brake motors enhance safety, efficiency, and control in industrial applications by providing reliable and rapid braking capabilities.

China Professional Elevator Motor with Disc Brake Passenger Elevator Components Elevator Parts Speed 0.5-2m/S   vacuum pump distributorsChina Professional Elevator Motor with Disc Brake Passenger Elevator Components Elevator Parts Speed 0.5-2m/S   vacuum pump distributors
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