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China Good quality Yej2 Series 380V 50Hz Electromagnetic Brake Three Phase Asynchronous Induction AC Motor with Hot selling

Product Description

YEJ2 series 380V 50HZ electromagnetic brake 3 phase asynchronous induction ac motor

Applications Widely used for driving machine tools, printing machinery, forging press, transport machinery, packing machinery, food machinery, construction machinery, and woodworking machinery where quick stop, accurate braking, reciprocated operation are demanded.
 

Rated Voltage: 220/440V, 220/380V, 380/660V, 415V or request
Frame sizes 80 to 225
Rated Frequency: 50HZ,60HZ
Rated Power: 0.18 to 200kW
Efficiency levels IE1, IE2, IE3          
Insulation Class: F
Altitude: ≤1000m
Features: Electromagnetic brake, fast braking, energy saving, simple structure, exact position.
Protection Class: IP55
Cooling Method: IC411 – TEFC  
Braking mode: Power failure brake
Duty: S1
Mounting: B3,B5,B35,V1

 

2  Pole  Specifications   
MODEL KW HP RPM HZ Amps @ 380V Frame Insulation Class Efficient % Power factor Cos Tst/TN Ist/IN Tmax/TN
YEJ2-801-2 0.75 1.00  2825 50 1.8  80M1 F 75 0.84 2.2 6.5 2.3
YEJ2-802-2 1.1 1.5 2825 50 2.5  80M2 F 77 0.86 2.2 7 2.3
YEJ2-90S-2 1.5 2.0  2840 50 3.4 90S F 78.5 0.85 2.2 7 2.3
YEJ2-90L-2 2.2 3.0  2840 50 4.8  90L F 81 0.86 2.2 7 2.3
YEJ2-100L-2 3.0  4.0  2880 50 6.4  100L F 82.6 0.87 2.2 7 2.3
YEJ2-112M-2 4.0  5.5 2890 50 8.2 112M F 84.2 0.88 2.2 7 2.3
YEJ2-132S1-2 5.5 7.5 2900 50 11.1  132S1 F 85.7 0.88 2 7 2.3
YEJ2-132S2-2 7.5 10 2900 50 15.0  132S2 F 87 0.88 2 7 2.3
YEJ2-160M1-2 11 15 2930 50 21.8  160M1 F 88.4 0.88 2 7 2.2
YEJ2-160M2-2 15 20 2930 50 29.4  160M2 F 89.4 0.88 2 7 2.2
YEJ2-160L-2 18.5 25 2930 50 35.5  160L F 90 0.89 2 7 2.2
YEJ2-180M-2 22 30 2940 50 42.2  180M F 90.5 0.89 2 7 2.2
YEJ2-200L1-2 30 40 2950 50 56.9  200L1 F 91.4 0.89 2 7 2.2
YEJ2-200L2-2 37 50 2950 50 69.8 200L2 F 92 0.89 2 7 2.2
YEJ2-225M-2 45 60 2970 50 84.0  225M F 92.5 0.89 2 7 2.2
 4 Pole  Specifications   
MODEL KW HP RPM HZ Amps @ 380V Frame Insulation Class Efficient % Power factor Cos Tst/TN Ist/IN Tmax/TN
YEJ2-801-4 0.55 0.75  1390 50 1.5 80M1 F 73 0.76 2.4 6 2.3
YEJ2-802-4 0.75 1 1390 50 2 80M2 F 74.5 0.76 2.3 6 2.3
YEJ2-90S-4 1.1 1.5  1400 50 2.7 90S F 78 0.78 2.3 6.5 2.3
YEJ2-90L-4 1.5 2.0  1400 50 3.7 90L F 79 0.79 2.3 6.5 2.3
YEJ2-100L1-4 2.2  3.0  1420 50 5 100L1 F 81 0.82 2.2 7 2.3
YEJ2-100L2-4 3.0  4 1420 50 6.8 100L2 F 82.5 0.81 2.2 7 2.3
YEJ2-112M-4 4 5.5 1440 50 8.8 112M F 84.5 0.82 2.2 7 2.3
YEJ2-132S-4 5.5 7.5 1440 50 11.6 132S1 F 85.5 0.84 2.2 7 2.3
YEJ2-132M-4 7.5 10 1440 50 15.4 132M F 87 0.85 2.2 7 2.3
YEJ2-160M-4 11 15 1460 50 22.6 160M F 88 0.84 2.2 7 2.3
YEJ2-160L-4 15 20 1460 50 30 160L F 88.5 0.85 2.2 7 2.2
YEJ2-180M-4 18.5 25 1470 50 35.9 180M F 91 0.86 2.2 7 2.2
YEJ2-180L-4 22 30 1470 50 42.5 180L F 91.5 0.86 2.2 7 2.2
YEJ2-200L-4 30 40 1470 50 56.8 200L F 92.2 0.87 2.2 7 2.2
YEJ2-225S-4 37 50 1480 50 70.4 225S F 91.8 0.87 1.9 7 2.2
YEJ2-225M-4 45 60 1480 50 84.2 225M F 92.3 0.88 1.9 7 2.2
 6 Pole  Specifications   
MODEL KW HP RPM HZ Amps @ 380V Frame Insulation Class Efficient % Power factor Cos Tst/TN Ist/IN Tmax/TN
YEJ2-90S-6 0.75 1.0  910 50 2.3 90S F 72.5 0.7 2 5.5 2.2
YEJ2-90L-6 1.1 1.5  910 50 3.2 90L F 73.5 0.72 2 5.5 2.2
YEJ2-100L-6 1.5  2.0  940 50 4 100L F 77.5 0.74 2 6 2.2
YEJ2-112M-6 2.2  3 960 50 5.6 112M F 80.5 0.74 2 6 2.2
YEJ2-132S-6 3 4 960 50 7.2 132S F 83 0.76 2 6.5 2.2
YEJ2-132M1-6 4 5.5 960 50 9.4 132M1 F 84 0.77 2 6.5 2.2
YEJ2-132M2-6 5.5 7.5 960 50 12.6 132M2 F 85.3 0.78 2 6.5 2
YEJ2-160M-6 7.5 10 970 50 17 160M F 86 0.78 2 6.5 2
YEJ2-160L-6 11 15 970 50 24.6 160L F 87 0.78 2 6.5 2
YEJ2-180L-6 15 20 970 50 31.4 180M F 89.5 0.81 6.5 6.5 2
YEJ2-200L1-6 18.5 25 980 50 37.7 200L1 F 89.8 0.83 6.5 6.5 2
YEJ2-200L2-6 22 30 980 50 44.6 200L2 F 90.2 0.83 6.5 6.5 2
YEJ2-225M-6 30 40 980 50 59.3  225M F 90.2 0.85 6.5 6.5 2
 8 Pole  Specifications   
MODEL KW HP RPM HZ Amps @ 380V Frame Insulation Class Efficient % Power factor Cos Tst/TN Ist/IN Tmax/TN
YEJ2-132S-8 2.2  5.8 710 50 5.8 132S F 80.5 0.71 2 5.5 2
YEJ2-132M-8 3 7.7 710 50 7.7 132M F 82 0.72 2 5.5 2
YEJ2-160M1-8 4 9.9 720 50 9.9 160M1 F 84 0.73 2 6 2
YEJ2-160M2-8 5.5 13.3 720 50 13.3 160M2 F 85 0.74 2 6 2
YEJ2-160L-8 7.5 17.7 720 50 17.7 160L F 86 0.75 2 5.5 2
YEJ2-180L-8 11 24.8 730 50 24.8 180L F 87.5 0.77 1.7 6 2
YEJ2-200L-8 15 34.1 730 50 34.1 200L F 88 0.76 1.8 6 2
YEJ2-225S-8 18.5 41.3 735 50 41.3 225S F 89.5 0.78 1.7 6 2
YEJ2-225M-8 22 47.6 735 50 47.6 225M F 90 0.78 1.8 6 2

 

ZHangZhoug CHINAMFG Motor Co., Ltd is a medium-sized enterprise with a registered capital of 10 million, which integrates research, development, manufacturing, sales and after-sales service. ; In order to comprehensively consider the long-term strategic layout, and to ensure that the products continue to have comprehensive advantages in the market in 2013, the company integrated several upstream suppliers and companies, and gathered a number of scientific researchers in the important R&D links of motors to provide our company products in the terminal. The positioning of special machinery and equipment for market enterprises has laid a CHINAMFG foundation; the company has integrated the original management experience into the quality management system of GB/T19001-2008 and IS09001:2008, and the products have passed CE certification to ensure the quality of CHINAMFG Motors Long-lasting and stable performance; the company has always adhered to the marketing concept of “manufacturing high-quality products with character, and occupying the market with high-quality products”, focusing on building excellent brands, continuously improving enterprise quality, and pursuing progress and development In the course of years of development, CHINAMFG has built a customer-centric marketing network. Its products sell well in nearly 30 provinces and foreign regions across the country, and are well received by consumers, especially by old customers.

Pinyi’s main products:CE certificate/New National Standard GB/T28575-2012 1 Secondary Energy Efficiency/P55:
* YE4 Super High Eficiency Secondary Energy Efficiency Motor;
* YE3 Super High Efficiency Energy Saving Series Three -phase Asynchronous Motor;
* YE3 Super High Efficiency Energy Saving Aluminum Shell Motor;
* YVF2 Frequency conversion series 3 -phase asynchronous motor;
* YD2 series two-speed multi-speed 3 phase asynchronous motor;
* YEJ2 series electromagnetic brake three- phase asynchronous motor;
* YBX3 series flameproof three- phase asynchronous motor;
* YVFEJ2 series variable frequency brake three-phase asynchronous motor,
* YDEJ series Multi-speed electromagnetic brake three. phase asynchronous motor, oil pump motor,
* special motor for stone machinery and equipment, custom-made motors with special specifications for power
requirements, and motors with different frequencies and different pressures.
* The protection grades include IP55, IP66, etc. and various special motors derived from them.

In line with the principle of “customer first, integrity first’, the company has established long-term cooperative relations with
many enterprises. We take the concept of making products with heart, and aim to create high-quality products and provide satisfactory services. We are determined to create perfect, attention to detail, The goal is to provide efficient and
powerful green power products.

We warmly welcome friends from all walks of life to visit, inspect, negotiate business and create billiant future together.
1,Q: Can you make as per customer drawing?
A: Yes, we offer customized service for customers accordingly. We can use customer’s nameplate for the electric molors.

2. Q: What is your terms of payment ?
A: 30% deposit before production,balance T/T before delivery.

3. Q: Are you a trading company or manufacturer?
A.We are a manufacurer with advanced equ pment and experienced workers.

4. Q: What’s your production capacity?
A:4000-5000 PCS/MONTH.

5. Q: Free sample Is available or not?
A:Yes, we can supply free sample if customer agree to pay for the courier cost.

6. Q: Do you have any certiflcate?
A:Yes, we have CE certificate and SGS certificate report.

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Application: Industrial, Power Tools
Operating Speed: Adjust Speed
Number of Stator: Three-Phase
Rotor Structure: Squirrel-Cage
Casing Protection: Protection Type
Number of Poles: 4
Customization:
Available

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Can brake motors be used in conjunction with other motion control methods?

Yes, brake motors can be used in conjunction with other motion control methods to achieve precise and efficient control over mechanical systems. Brake motors provide braking functionality, while other motion control methods offer various means of controlling the speed, position, and acceleration of the system. Combining brake motors with other motion control methods allows for enhanced overall system performance and versatility. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors can be used in conjunction with other motion control methods:

  • Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs): Brake motors can be used in conjunction with VFDs, which are electronic devices that control the speed and torque of an electric motor. VFDs enable precise speed control, acceleration, and deceleration of the motor by adjusting the frequency and voltage supplied to the motor. By incorporating a brake motor with a VFD, the system benefits from both the braking capability of the motor and the advanced speed control provided by the VFD.
  • Servo Systems: Servo systems are motion control systems that utilize servo motors and feedback mechanisms to achieve highly accurate control over position, velocity, and torque. In certain applications where rapid and precise positioning is required, brake motors can be used in conjunction with servo systems. The brake motor provides the braking function when the system needs to hold position or decelerate rapidly, while the servo system controls the dynamic motion and positioning tasks.
  • Stepper Motor Control: Stepper motors are widely used in applications that require precise control over position and speed. Brake motors can be utilized alongside stepper motor control systems to provide braking functionality when the motor needs to hold position or prevent undesired movement. This combination allows for improved stability and control over the stepper motor system, especially in applications where holding torque and quick deceleration are important.
  • Hydraulic or Pneumatic Systems: In some industrial applications, hydraulic or pneumatic systems are used for motion control. Brake motors can be integrated into these systems to provide additional braking capability when needed. For example, a brake motor can be employed to hold a specific position or provide emergency braking in a hydraulic or pneumatic actuator system, enhancing safety and control.
  • Control Algorithms and Systems: Brake motors can also be utilized in conjunction with various control algorithms and systems to achieve specific motion control objectives. These control algorithms can include closed-loop feedback control, PID (Proportional-Integral-Derivative) control, or advanced motion control algorithms. By incorporating a brake motor into the system, the control algorithms can utilize the braking functionality to enhance overall system performance and stability.

The combination of brake motors with other motion control methods offers a wide range of possibilities for achieving precise, efficient, and safe control over mechanical systems. Whether it is in conjunction with VFDs, servo systems, stepper motor control, hydraulic or pneumatic systems, or specific control algorithms, brake motors can complement and enhance the functionality of other motion control methods. This integration allows for customized and optimized control solutions to meet the specific requirements of diverse applications.

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What maintenance practices are essential for extending the lifespan of a brake motor?

Maintaining a brake motor properly is crucial for extending its lifespan and ensuring optimal performance. Regular maintenance practices help prevent premature wear, identify potential issues, and address them promptly. Here are some essential maintenance practices for extending the lifespan of a brake motor:

  • Cleanliness: Keeping the brake motor clean is important to prevent the accumulation of dirt, dust, or debris that can affect its performance. Regularly inspect the motor and clean it using appropriate cleaning methods and materials, ensuring that the power is disconnected before performing any cleaning tasks.
  • Lubrication: Proper lubrication of the brake motor’s moving parts is essential to minimize friction and reduce wear and tear. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations regarding the type of lubricant to use and the frequency of lubrication. Ensure that the lubrication points are accessible and apply the lubricant in the recommended amounts.
  • Inspection: Regular visual inspections of the brake motor are necessary to identify any signs of damage, loose connections, or abnormal wear. Check for any loose or damaged components, such as bolts, cables, or connectors. Inspect the brake pads or discs for wear and ensure they are properly aligned. If any issues are detected, take appropriate action to address them promptly.
  • Brake Adjustment: Periodically check and adjust the brake mechanism of the motor to ensure it maintains proper braking performance. This may involve adjusting the brake pads, ensuring proper clearance, and verifying that the braking force is sufficient. Improper brake adjustment can lead to excessive wear, reduced stopping power, or safety hazards.
  • Temperature Monitoring: Monitoring the operating temperature of the brake motor is important to prevent overheating and thermal damage. Ensure that the motor is not subjected to excessive ambient temperatures or overloaded conditions. If the motor becomes excessively hot, investigate the cause and take corrective measures, such as improving ventilation or reducing the load.
  • Vibration Analysis: Periodic vibration analysis can help detect early signs of mechanical problems or misalignment in the brake motor. Using specialized equipment or vibration monitoring systems, measure and analyze the motor’s vibration levels. If abnormal vibrations are detected, investigate and address the underlying issues to prevent further damage.
  • Electrical Connections: Regularly inspect the electrical connections of the brake motor to ensure they are secure and free from corrosion. Loose or faulty connections can lead to power issues, motor malfunctions, or electrical hazards. Tighten any loose connections and clean any corrosion using appropriate methods and materials.
  • Testing and Calibration: Perform periodic testing and calibration of the brake motor to verify its performance and ensure it operates within the specified parameters. This may involve conducting load tests, verifying braking force, or checking the motor’s speed and torque. Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines or consult with qualified technicians for proper testing and calibration procedures.
  • Documentation and Record-keeping: Maintain a record of all maintenance activities, inspections, repairs, and any relevant information related to the brake motor. This documentation helps track the maintenance history, identify recurring issues, and plan future maintenance tasks effectively. It also serves as a reference for warranty claims or troubleshooting purposes.
  • Professional Servicing: In addition to regular maintenance tasks, consider scheduling professional servicing and inspections by qualified technicians. They can perform comprehensive checks, identify potential issues, and perform specialized maintenance procedures that require expertise or specialized tools. Professional servicing can help ensure thorough maintenance and maximize the lifespan of the brake motor.

By following these essential maintenance practices, brake motor owners can enhance the lifespan of the motor, reduce the risk of unexpected failures, and maintain its optimal performance. Regular maintenance not only extends the motor’s lifespan but also contributes to safe operation, energy efficiency, and overall reliability.

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What industries and applications commonly use brake motors?

Brake motors find wide-ranging applications across various industries that require controlled stopping, load holding, and precise positioning. Here’s a detailed overview of the industries and applications commonly using brake motors:

1. Material Handling: Brake motors are extensively used in material handling equipment such as cranes, hoists, winches, and conveyors. These applications require precise control over the movement of heavy loads, and brake motors provide efficient stopping and holding capabilities, ensuring safe and controlled material handling operations.

2. Elevators and Lifts: The vertical movement of elevators and lifts demands reliable braking systems to hold the load in position during power outages or when not actively driving the movement. Brake motors are employed in elevator systems to ensure passenger safety and prevent unintended movement or freefall of the elevator car.

3. Machine Tools: Brake motors are used in machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, drilling machines, and grinders. These applications often require precise positioning and rapid stopping of rotating spindles or cutting tools. Brake motors provide the necessary control and safety measures for efficient machining operations.

4. Conveyor Systems: Conveyor systems in industries like manufacturing, logistics, and warehouses utilize brake motors to achieve accurate control over the movement of goods. Brake motors enable smooth acceleration, controlled deceleration, and precise stopping of conveyor belts, ensuring proper material flow and minimizing the risk of collisions or product damage.

5. Crushers and Crushers: In industries such as mining, construction, and aggregates, brake motors are commonly used in crushers and crushers. These machines require rapid and controlled stopping to prevent damage caused by excessive vibration or unbalanced loads. Brake motors provide the necessary braking force to halt the rotation of crusher components quickly.

6. Robotics and Automation: Brake motors play a vital role in robotics and automation systems that require precise movement control and positioning. They are employed in robotic arms, automated assembly lines, and pick-and-place systems to achieve accurate and repeatable movements, ensuring seamless operation and high productivity.

7. Printing and Packaging: Brake motors are utilized in printing presses, packaging machines, and labeling equipment. These applications require precise control over the positioning of materials, accurate registration, and consistent stopping during printing or packaging processes. Brake motors ensure reliable performance and enhance the quality of printed and packaged products.

8. Textile Machinery: Brake motors are commonly found in textile machinery such as spinning machines, looms, and textile printing equipment. These applications demand precise control over yarn tension, fabric movement, and position holding. Brake motors offer the necessary braking force and control for smooth textile manufacturing processes.

9. Food Processing: Brake motors are employed in food processing equipment, including mixers, slicers, extruders, and dough handling machines. These applications require precise control over mixing, slicing, and shaping processes, as well as controlled stopping to ensure operator safety and prevent product wastage.

These are just a few examples, and brake motors are utilized in numerous other industries and applications where controlled stopping, load holding, and precise positioning are essential. The versatility and reliability of brake motors make them a preferred choice in various industrial sectors, contributing to enhanced safety, productivity, and operational control.

China Good quality Yej2 Series 380V 50Hz Electromagnetic Brake Three Phase Asynchronous Induction AC Motor   with Hot selling	China Good quality Yej2 Series 380V 50Hz Electromagnetic Brake Three Phase Asynchronous Induction AC Motor   with Hot selling
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China Custom Three Phase Horizontal Brake Motor with Reduction Box Type AC Induction Motor manufacturer

Product Description

 

MOTOR FRAME SIZE 60 mm / 70mm / 80mm / 90mm / 104mm
MOTOR TYPE INDUCTION MOTOR / REVERSIBLE MOTOR / TORQUE MOTOR / SPEED CONTROL MOTOR
SERIES K series
OUTPUT POWER 3 W / 6W / 10W / 15W / 25W / 40W / 60W / 90W / 120 W / 140W / 180W / 200W (can be customized)
OUTPUT SHAFT 8mm / 10mm / 12mm / 15mm ; round shaft, D-cut shaft, key-way shaft (can be customized)
Voltage type Single phase 100-120V 50/60Hz 4P Single phase 200-240V 50/60Hz 4P
Three phase 200-240V 50/60Hz Three phase 380-415V 50/60Hz 4P
Three phase 440-480V 60Hz 4P Three phase 200-240/380-415/440-480V 50/60/60Hz 4P
Accessories Terminal box type / with Fan / thermal protector / electromagnetic brake
Above 60 W, all assembled with fan
GEARBOX FRAME SIZE 60 mm / 70mm / 80mm / 90mm / 104mm
GEAR RATIO 3G-300G
GEARBOX TYPE PARALLEL SHAFT GEARBOX AND STRENGTH TYPE
Right angle hollow worm shaft Right angle spiral bevel hollow shaft L type hollow shaft
Right angle CHINAMFG worm shaft Right angle spiral bevel CHINAMFG shaft L type CHINAMFG shaft
K2 series air tightness improved type
Certification CCC CE ISO9001 CQC

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FAQ

Q: How to select a suitable motor or gearbox?
A:If you have motor pictures or drawings to show us, or you have detailed specifications, such as, voltage, speed, torque, motor size, working mode of the motor, needed lifetime and noise level etc, please do not hesitate to let us know, then we can recommend suitable motor per your request accordingly.

Q: Do you have a customized service for your standard motors or gearboxes?
A: Yes, we can customize per your request for the voltage, speed, torque and shaft size/shape. If you need additional wires/cables soldered on the terminal or need to add connectors, or capacitors or EMC we can make it too.

Q: Do you have an individual design service for motors?
A: Yes, we would like to design motors individually for our customers, but some kind of molds are necessory to be developped which may need exact cost and design charging.

Q: What’s your lead time?
A: Generally speaking, our regular standard product will need 15-30days, a bit longer for customized products. But we are very flexible on the lead time, it will depend on the specific orders.
 

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Application: Industrial
Speed: Low Speed
Number of Stator: Single-Phase
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How do brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment?

Brake motors play a crucial role in ensuring smooth and controlled movement in equipment by providing reliable braking functionality. They work in coordination with the motor and other control systems to achieve precise control over the motion of the equipment. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment:

  • Braking Capability: Brake motors are specifically designed to provide effective braking capability. When the power to the motor is cut off or when a braking signal is applied, the brake system engages, generating frictional forces that slow down and bring the equipment to a controlled stop. The brake torque generated by the motor helps prevent coasting or unintended movement, ensuring smooth and controlled deceleration.
  • Quick Response Time: Brake motors are engineered to have a quick response time, meaning that the brake engages rapidly once the control signal is applied. This quick response time allows for prompt and precise control over the movement of the equipment. By minimizing the delay between the initiation of the braking action and the actual engagement of the brake, brake motors contribute to smooth and controlled movement.
  • Adjustable Brake Torque: Brake motors often offer the ability to adjust the brake torque to suit the specific requirements of the equipment and application. The brake torque can be tailored to the load characteristics and operating conditions to achieve optimal braking performance. By adjusting the brake torque, brake motors ensure that the equipment decelerates smoothly and consistently, avoiding abrupt stops or jerky movements.
  • Brake Release Mechanisms: In addition to providing braking action, brake motors incorporate mechanisms to release the brake when the equipment needs to resume motion. These release mechanisms can be controlled manually or automatically, depending on the application. The controlled release of the brake ensures that the equipment starts moving smoothly and gradually, allowing for controlled acceleration.
  • Integration with Control Systems: Brake motors are integrated into the overall control systems of the equipment to achieve coordinated and synchronized movement. They work in conjunction with motor control devices, such as variable frequency drives (VFDs) or servo systems, to precisely control the speed, acceleration, and deceleration of the equipment. By seamlessly integrating with the control systems, brake motors contribute to the smooth and controlled movement of the equipment.
  • Compliance with Safety Standards: Brake motors are designed and manufactured in compliance with safety standards and regulations. They undergo rigorous testing and quality control measures to ensure reliable and consistent braking performance. By adhering to safety standards, brake motors help prevent sudden or uncontrolled movements that could pose a safety risk and ensure the equipment operates within acceptable limits.

By providing effective braking capability, quick response time, adjustable brake torque, release mechanisms, integration with control systems, and compliance with safety standards, brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment. They enable precise control over the deceleration, stopping, and starting of the equipment, enhancing operational efficiency, safety, and overall performance.

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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.

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What industries and applications commonly use brake motors?

Brake motors find wide-ranging applications across various industries that require controlled stopping, load holding, and precise positioning. Here’s a detailed overview of the industries and applications commonly using brake motors:

1. Material Handling: Brake motors are extensively used in material handling equipment such as cranes, hoists, winches, and conveyors. These applications require precise control over the movement of heavy loads, and brake motors provide efficient stopping and holding capabilities, ensuring safe and controlled material handling operations.

2. Elevators and Lifts: The vertical movement of elevators and lifts demands reliable braking systems to hold the load in position during power outages or when not actively driving the movement. Brake motors are employed in elevator systems to ensure passenger safety and prevent unintended movement or freefall of the elevator car.

3. Machine Tools: Brake motors are used in machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, drilling machines, and grinders. These applications often require precise positioning and rapid stopping of rotating spindles or cutting tools. Brake motors provide the necessary control and safety measures for efficient machining operations.

4. Conveyor Systems: Conveyor systems in industries like manufacturing, logistics, and warehouses utilize brake motors to achieve accurate control over the movement of goods. Brake motors enable smooth acceleration, controlled deceleration, and precise stopping of conveyor belts, ensuring proper material flow and minimizing the risk of collisions or product damage.

5. Crushers and Crushers: In industries such as mining, construction, and aggregates, brake motors are commonly used in crushers and crushers. These machines require rapid and controlled stopping to prevent damage caused by excessive vibration or unbalanced loads. Brake motors provide the necessary braking force to halt the rotation of crusher components quickly.

6. Robotics and Automation: Brake motors play a vital role in robotics and automation systems that require precise movement control and positioning. They are employed in robotic arms, automated assembly lines, and pick-and-place systems to achieve accurate and repeatable movements, ensuring seamless operation and high productivity.

7. Printing and Packaging: Brake motors are utilized in printing presses, packaging machines, and labeling equipment. These applications require precise control over the positioning of materials, accurate registration, and consistent stopping during printing or packaging processes. Brake motors ensure reliable performance and enhance the quality of printed and packaged products.

8. Textile Machinery: Brake motors are commonly found in textile machinery such as spinning machines, looms, and textile printing equipment. These applications demand precise control over yarn tension, fabric movement, and position holding. Brake motors offer the necessary braking force and control for smooth textile manufacturing processes.

9. Food Processing: Brake motors are employed in food processing equipment, including mixers, slicers, extruders, and dough handling machines. These applications require precise control over mixing, slicing, and shaping processes, as well as controlled stopping to ensure operator safety and prevent product wastage.

These are just a few examples, and brake motors are utilized in numerous other industries and applications where controlled stopping, load holding, and precise positioning are essential. The versatility and reliability of brake motors make them a preferred choice in various industrial sectors, contributing to enhanced safety, productivity, and operational control.

China Custom Three Phase Horizontal Brake Motor with Reduction Box Type AC Induction Motor   manufacturer China Custom Three Phase Horizontal Brake Motor with Reduction Box Type AC Induction Motor   manufacturer
editor by CX 2024-05-14

China high quality IEC Standard Three Phase Induction Motor with DC Brake 180L 4 22kw vacuum pump ac

Product Description

HMEJ (DC) Series Self-braking Electric Motor
HMEJ (DC) Series Self-braking Electric Motor which is totally enclosed squirrel cage with additional DC brake of disk type. It has advantage of fast brake, simple structure, high reliability and good versatility. In additional, the brake has manual work releasing structure which is widely used in mechanical equipment and transmissions devices for various requirements of rapid stop and accurate positioning.

Technical Data
 

                                               HMEJ
Electric Current DC
Housing Material Cast Iron
Frame Size Range   180
Pole 4
Rated Power Range(kw) 22
Rated Voltage Range 220/380V,380/660V,230/400V,400V/690V
Frequency  50HZ/60HZ
Protection Class IP44,IP54,IP55
 Insulation Class B\F\H
Mounting Type  B3,B5,B14,B35multi and pad mounting
Cooling Method IC411
Teriminal Box Top Mounted

 

Type Rate Power Speed Current         Energizing Power Ist/In Tst/TN    
KW RPM A % CosΦ N.m S W       KG
380V/50HZ  2POLE 3000RPM
HMEJ(DC) 63M1 0.18 2720 0.53 65 0.8 4 0.2 18 5.5 2.2 2.2 12
HMEJ(DC) 63M1 0.25 2720 0.69 68 0.81 4 0.2 18 5.5 2.2 2.2 13
HMEJ(DC) 71M1 0.37 2740 0.99 70 0.81 4 0.2 18 6.1 2.2 2.2 14
HMEJ(DC) 71M2 0.55 2740 1.4 73 0.82 4 0.2 18 6.1 2.2 2.3 15
HMEJ(DC) 80M1 0.75 2845 1.83 75 0.83 7.5 0.2 30 6.1 2.2 2.3 17
HMEJ(DC) 80M2 1.1 2840 2.58 77 0.84 7.5 0.2 30 7 2.2 2.3 18
HMEJ(DC) 90S 1.5 2840 3.43 79 0.84 15 0.2 50 7 2.2 2.3 23
HMEJ(DC) 90L 2.2 2840 4.85 81 0.85 15 0.2 50 7 2.2 2.3 26
HMEJ(DC) 100L 3 2860 6.31 83 0.87 30 0.2 65 7.5 2.2 2.3 37
HMEJ(DC) 112M 4 2880 8.1 85 0.88 40 0.25 90 7.5 2.2 2.3 45
HMEJ(DC) 132S1 5.5 2900 11 86 0.88 75 0.25 90 7.5 2.2 2.3 69
HMEJ(DC) 132S2 7.5 2900 14.9 87 0.88 75 0.25 90 7.5 2.2 2.3 72
HMEJ(DC) 160M1 11 2930 21.3 88 0.89 150 0.35 150 7.5 2.2 2.3 120
HMEJ(DC) 160M2 15 2930 28.8 89 0.89 150 0.35 150 7.5 2.2 2.3 130
HMEJ(DC) 160L 18.5 2930 34.7 90 0.9 150 0.35 150 7.5 2.2 2.3 149
HMEJ(DC) 180M 22 2940 40.8 91 0.9 200 0.35 150 7.5 2 2.3 189
HMEJ(DC) 200L1 30 2950 55.3 91.6 0.9 300 0.45 200 7.5 2 2.3 243
HMEJ(DC) 200L2 37 2950 67.6 92.4 0.9 300 0.45 200 7.5 2 2.3 267
HMEJ(DC) 225M 45 2970 82 92.7 0.9 400 0.45 200 7.5 2 2.3 323
380V/50HZ  4POLE 1500RPM
HMEJ(DC) 63M1 0.12 1310 0.44 57 0.72 4 0.2 18 4.4 2.1 2.2 13
HMEJ(DC) 63M2 0.18 1310 0.62 60 0.73 4 0.2 18 4.4 2.1 2.2 14
HMEJ(DC) 71M1 0.25 1330 0.79 65 0.74 4 0.2 18 5.2 2.1 2.2 15
HMEJ(DC) 71M2 0.37 1330 1.12 67 0.75 4 0.2 18 5.2 2.1 2.2 16
HMEJ(DC) 80M1 0.55 1390 1.57 71 0.75 7.5 0.2 30 5.2 2.4 2.3 17
HMEJ(DC) 80M2 0.75 1390 2.03 73 0.76 7.5 0.2 30 6 2.3 2.3 18
HMEJ(DC) 90S 1.1 1380 2.89 75 0.77 15 0.2 50 6 2.3 2.3 22
HMEJ(DC) 90L 1.5 1390 3.07 78 0.79 15 0.2 50 6 2.3 2.3 27
HMEJ(DC) 100L 2.2 1390 5.16 80 0.81 30 0.2 65 7 2.3 2.3 34
HMEJ(DC) 100L2 3 1410 6.78 82 0.82 30 0.2 65 7 2.3 2.3 38
HMEJ(DC) 112M 4 1410 8.8 84 0.82 40 0.25 90 7 2.3 2.3 48
HMEJ(DC) 132S 5.5 1435 11.7 85 0.83 75 0.25 90 7 2.3 2.3 71
HMEJ(DC) 132M 7.5 1440 15.6 87 0.84 75 0.25 150 7 2.3 2.3 83
HMEJ(DC) 160M 11 1440 22.3 88 0.84 150 0.35 150 7 2.2 2.3 128
HMEJ(DC) 160L 15 1460 30.1 89 0.85 150 0.35 150 7 2.2 2.3 142
HMEJ(DC) 180M 18.5 1470 35.9 91 0.86 200 0.35 150 8 2.2 2.3 184
HMEJ(DC) 180L 22 1470 42.6 91.3 0.86 200 0.35 150 8 2.2 2.3 197
HMEJ(DC) 200L 30 1470 57.4 92.4 0.86 300 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.3 264
HMEJ(DC) 225S 37 1480 69.6 92.9 0.87 300 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.3 303
HMEJ(DC) 225M 45 1480 84.3 93.3 0.87 400 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.3 337
HMEJ(DC) 71M1 0.18 850 0.74 56 0.66 4 0.2 18 4 1.9 2 9.5
HMEJ(DC) 71M2 0.25 850 0.95 59 0.68 4 0.2 18 4 1.9 2 11
HMEJ(DC) 80M1 0.37 885 1.3 62 0.7 7.5 0.2 30 4.7 1.9 2 17
HMEJ(DC) 80M2 0.55 885 1.79 65 0.72 7.5 0.2 30 4.7 1.9 2.1 19
HMEJ(DC) 90S 0.75 910 2.29 69 0.72 15 0.2 50 5.5 2 2.1 22
HMEJ(DC) 90L 1.1 910 3.18 72 0.73 15 0.2 50 5.5 2 2.1 26
HMEJ(DC) 100L 1.5 920 3.94 76 0.75 30 0.2 65 6.5 2 2.1 34
HMEJ(DC) 112M 2.2 935 5.6 79 0.76 40 0.25 90 6.5 2 2.1 42
HMEJ(DC) 132S 3 960 7.4 81 0.76 75 0.25 90 6.5 2.1 2.1 68
HMEJ(DC) 132M1 4 960 9.8 82 0.76 75 0.25 90 6.5 2.1 2.1 79
HMEJ(DC) 132M2 5.5 960 12.9 84 0.77 75 0.25 90 6.5 2.1 2.1 87
HMEJ(DC) 160M 7.5 970 17 86 0.77 150 0.35 150 6.5 2 2.1 122
HMEJ(DC) 160L 11 970 24.2 87 0.78 150 0.35 150 6.5 2 2.1 141
HMEJ(DC) 180L 15 979 31.5 89.2 0.81 200 0.35 150 7 2 2.1 195
HMEJ(DC) 200L1 18.5 970 38.4 90.3 0.81 300 0.45 200 7 2.1 2.1 217
HMEJ(DC) 200L2 22 970 44.5 90.4 0.83 300 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.1 240
HMEJ(DC) 225M 30 980 59.1 91.8 0.84 400 0.45 200 7 2 2.1 323
380V/50HZ  8POLE 750RPM
HMEJ(DC) 80M1 0.18 645 0.88 51 0.61 7.5 0.2 30 3.3 1.8 1.9 17
HMEJ(DC) 80M2 0.25 645 1.15 54 0.61 7.5 0.2 50 3.3 1.8 1.9 19
HMEJ(DC) 90S 0.37 670 1.49 62 0.61 15 0.2 50 4 1.8 1.9 23
HMEJ(DC) 90L 0.55 670 2.18 63 0.61 15 0.2 50 4 1.8 2 25
HMEJ(DC) 100L1 0.75 680 2.17 71 0.67 30 0.2 65 4 1.8 2 33
HMEJ(DC) 100L2 1.1 680 2.39 73 0.69 30 0.2 65 5 1.8 2 38
HMEJ(DC) 112M 1.5 690 4.5 75 0.69 40 0.25 90 5 1.8 2 50
HMEJ(DC) 132S 2.2 705 6 78 0.71 75 0.25 90 6 1.8 2 63
HMEJ(DC) 132M 3 705 7.9 79 0.73 75 0.25 90 6 1.8 2 79
HMEJ(DC) 160M1 4 720 10.3 81 0.73 150 0.35 150 6 1.9 2 118
HMEJ(DC) 160M2 5.5 720 13.6 83 0.74 150 0.35 150 6 2 2 119
HMEJ(DC) 160L 7.5 720 17.8 85.5 0.75 150 0.35 150 6 2 2 145
HMEJ(DC) 180L 11 730 25.1 87.8 0.76 300 0.35 150 6.6 2 2 193
HMEJ(DC) 200L 15 730 34 88.3 0.76 300 0.45 200 6.6 2 2 250
HMEJ(DC) 225S 18.5 730 40.9 90.4 0.76 300 0.45 200 6.6 1.9 2 261
HMEJ(DC) 225M 22 740 47.1 91 0.78 150 0.45 200 6.6 1.9 2 283

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Package

    The range of frame size from 80 to 132  :Package by carton box and then

packed by wooden box

    The range of frame size 160 and above:one wooden box per set 

 
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Operating Speed: Constant Speed
Function: Driving
Casing Protection: Closed Type
Number of Poles: 4
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brake motor

What advancements in brake motor technology have improved energy efficiency?

Advancements in brake motor technology have led to significant improvements in energy efficiency, resulting in reduced power consumption and operational costs. These advancements encompass various aspects of brake motor design, construction, and control systems. Here’s a detailed explanation of the advancements in brake motor technology that have improved energy efficiency:

  • High-Efficiency Motor Designs: Brake motors now incorporate high-efficiency motor designs that minimize energy losses during operation. These designs often involve the use of advanced materials, improved winding techniques, and optimized magnetic circuits. High-efficiency motors reduce the amount of energy wasted as heat and maximize the conversion of electrical energy into mechanical power, leading to improved overall energy efficiency.
  • Efficient Brake Systems: Brake systems in modern brake motors are designed to minimize energy consumption during braking and holding periods. Energy-efficient brake systems utilize materials with low friction coefficients, reducing the energy dissipated as heat during braking. Additionally, advanced control mechanisms and algorithms optimize the engagement and disengagement of the brake, minimizing power consumption while maintaining reliable braking performance.
  • Regenerative Braking: Some advanced brake motors incorporate regenerative braking technology, which allows the recovery and reuse of energy that would otherwise be dissipated as heat during braking. Regenerative braking systems convert the kinetic energy of the moving equipment into electrical energy, which is fed back into the power supply or stored in energy storage devices. By harnessing and reusing this energy, brake motors improve energy efficiency and reduce the overall power consumption of the system.
  • Variable Speed Control: Brake motors equipped with variable frequency drives (VFDs) or other speed control mechanisms offer improved energy efficiency. By adjusting the motor’s speed and torque to match the specific requirements of the application, variable speed control reduces energy wastage associated with operating at fixed speeds. The ability to match the motor’s output to the load demand allows for precise control and significant energy savings.
  • Advanced Control Systems: Brake motors benefit from advanced control systems that optimize energy usage. These control systems employ sophisticated algorithms and feedback mechanisms to continuously monitor and adjust motor performance based on the load conditions. By dynamically adapting the motor operation to the changing requirements, these control systems minimize energy losses and improve overall energy efficiency.
  • Improved Thermal Management: Efficient thermal management techniques have been developed to enhance brake motor performance and energy efficiency. These techniques involve the use of improved cooling systems, such as advanced fan designs or liquid cooling methods, to maintain optimal operating temperatures. By effectively dissipating heat generated during motor operation, thermal management systems reduce energy losses associated with excessive heat and improve overall energy efficiency.

These advancements in brake motor technology, including high-efficiency motor designs, efficient brake systems, regenerative braking, variable speed control, advanced control systems, and improved thermal management, have collectively contributed to improved energy efficiency. By reducing energy losses, optimizing braking mechanisms, and implementing intelligent control strategies, modern brake motors offer significant energy savings and contribute to a more sustainable and cost-effective operation of equipment.

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 high quality IEC Standard Three Phase Induction Motor with DC Brake 180L 4 22kw   vacuum pump acChina high quality IEC Standard Three Phase Induction Motor with DC Brake 180L 4 22kw   vacuum pump ac
editor by CX 2024-05-02

China factory AC Motor Three Phase Electro Magnetic Brake Induction Motor with 0.18kw 6poles with Good quality

Product Description

HMEJ(AC) series Self-Braking Electric Motor
HMEJ series AC brake motor is three-phase asynchronous motor which is totally enclosed squirrel cage with additional AC brake of disk type. It has advantage of fast brake, simple structure, high reliability and good versatility. In additional, the brake has manual work releasing structure which is widely used in mechanical equipment and transmissions devices for various requirements of rapid stop and accurate positioning.
 

TYPE POWER 380V  50Hz  Full Loaded             Weight Housing Material
     
(kw) Speed
(r/min)
Current(A) Eff power factor () () () (Nm) <(s) <(w) (kg)
Synchrouns Speed 3000r/min(2P)380V 50Hz
YEJA711-2 0.37 2756 1 70.0 0.81 6.1 2.2 2.2 4 0.20 40 9.3 ALU
YEJA712-2 0.55 2792 1.4 72.0 0.82 6.1 2.2 2.2 4 0.20 40 10.5
YEJA801-2 0.75 2830 1.9 72.1 0.83 6.1 2.2 2.3 7.5 0.20 50 14
YEJA802-2 1.1 2830 2.7 75.0 0.84 7.0 2.2 2.3 7.5 0.20 50 15
YEJA90S-2 1.5 2840 3.5 77.2 0.84 7.0 2.2 2.3 15 0.20 60 20
YEJA90L-2 2.2 2840 4.9 79.7 0.85 7.0 2.2 2.3 15 0.20 60 23
YEJA100L-2 3 2860 6.4 81.5 0.87 7.5 2.2 2.3 30 0.20 80 31
YEJA112M-2 4 2880 8.3 83.1 0.88 7.5 2.2 2.3 40 0.25 100 44
YEJA132S1-2 5.5 2900 11.2 84.7 0.88 7.5 2.2 2.3 75 0.25 130 80
YEJA132S2-2 7.5 2900 15.1 86.0 0.88 7.5 2.2 2.3 75 0.25 130 94
YEJA160M1-2 11 2930 21.4 87.6 0.89 7.5 2.2 2.3 150 0.35 150 150
YEJA160M2-2 15 2930 28.9 88.7 0.89 7.5 2.2 2.3 150 0.35 150 160
YEJA160L-2 18.5 2930 35 89.3 0.90 7.5 2.2 2.3 150 0.35 150 180
Synchrouns Speed1500r/min(4Pole)380V 50Hz
YEJA711-4 0.25 1390 0.8 65.0 0.74 5.2 2.1 2.2 4 0.20 40 9.3 ALU
YEJA712-4 0.37 1390 1.13 67.0 0.74 5.2 2.1 2.2 4 0.20 40 10.5
YEJA801-4 0.55 1390 1.6 71.0 0.74 5.2 2.4 2.3 7.5 0.20 50 14
YEJA802-4 0.75 1390 2.1 73.0 0.75 6.0 2.3 2.3 7.5 0.20 50 15
YEJA90S-4 1.1 1400 2.9 76.2 0.76 6.0 2.3 2.3 15 0.20 60 20
YEJA90L-4 1.5 1400 3.7 78.5 0.78 6.0 2.3 2.3 15 0.20 60 23
YEJA100L1-4 2.2 1420 5.2 81.0 0.80 7.0 2.3 2.3 30 0.20 80 31
YEJA100L2-4 3 1420 6.8 82.3 0.81 7.0 2.3 2.3 30 0.20 80 33
YEJA112M-4 4 1440 8.8 84.2 0.82 7.0 2.3 2.3 40 0.25 100 44
YEJA132S-4 5.5 1440 11.8 85.7 0.83 7.0 2.3 2.3 75 0.25 130 80 CI
YEJA132M-4 7.5 1440 15.8 87.0 0.84 7.0 2.3 2.3 75 0.25 130 94
YEJA160M-4 11 1460 22.5 88.4 0.84 7.0 2.2 2.3 150 0.35 150 150
YEJA160L-4 15 1460 30 89.4 0.85 7.0 2.2 2.3 150 0.35 150 160
                           
Frame Rated  Output 380V  50Hz  Full Loaded             Weight  
     
(kw) Speed
(r/min)
Current Eff% Power Factor () () () (Nm) <(s) <(w) (kg)
1000r/min(6)380V 50Hz
YEJA711-6 0.18 880 0.74 56.0 0.66 4.0 1.9 2.0 4 0.20 40 9.3 ALU
YEJA712-6 0.25 880 0.95 59.0 0.68 4.0 1.9 2.0 4 0.20 40 10.5
YEJA801-6 0.37 900 1.3 62.0 0.70 4.7 1.9 2.0 7.5 0.20 50 14
YEJA802-6 0.55 900 1.8 65.0 0.70 4.7 1.9 2.1 7.5 0.20 50 15
YEJA90S-6 0.75 910 2.3 69.0 0.70 5.5 2.0 2.1 15 0.20 60 20
YEJA90L-6 1.1 910 3.2 72.0 0.72 5.5 2.0 2.1 15 0.20 60 23
YEJA100L-6 1.5 940 4.0 76.0 0.74 5.5 2.0 2.1 30 0.20 80 33
YEJA112M-6 2.2 950 5.7 79.0 0.74 6.5 2.0 2.1 40 0.25 100 44
YEJA132S-6 3 960 7.4 81.0 0.76 6.5 2.1 2.1 75 0.25 130 80 CI
YEJA132M1-6 4 960 9.8 82.0 0.76 6.5 2.1 2.1 75 0.25 130 90
YEJA132M2-6 5.5 960 12.9 84.0 0.77 6.5 2.1 2.1 75 0.25 130 94
YEJA160M-6 7.5 970 17.2 86.0 0.77 6.5 2.0 2.1 150 0.35 150 150
YEJA160L-6 11 970 24.5 87.5 0.78 6.5 2.0 2.1 150 0.35 150 160
750r/min(8)380V 50Hz
YEJA801-8 0.18 690 0.94 51.0 0.57 3.3 1.8 1.9 7.5 0.20 50 14 ALU
YEJA802-8 0.25 690 1.2 54.0 0.58 3.3 1.8 1.9 7.5 0.20 50 15
YEJA90S-8 0.37 690 1.5 62.0 0.60 4.0 1.8 1.9 15 0.20 60 20
YEJA90L-8 0.55 690 2.2 63.0 0.61 4.0 1.8 2.0 15 0.20 60 23
YEJA100L1-8 0.75 700 2.4 71.0 0.67 4.0 1.8 2.0 30 0.20 80 31
YEJA100L2-8 1.1 700 3.3 73.0 0.69 5.0 1.8 2.0 30 0.20 80 33
YEJA112M-8 1.5 700 4.4 75.0 0.69 5.0 1.8 2.0 40 0.25 100 44
YEJA132S-8 2.2 710 6.0 80.5 0.71 6.0 1.8 2.0 75 0.25 130 80 CI
YEJA132M-8 3 710 8.1 82.5 0.71 6.0 1.8 2.0 75 0.25 130 94
YEJA160M1-8 4 720 10.3 84.0 0.73 6.0 1.9 2.0 150 0.35 150 140
YEJA160M2-8 5.5 720 13.6 85.0 0.74 6.0 2.0 2.0 150 0.35 150 150
YEJA160L-8 7.5 720 18.4 86.0 0.74 6.0 2.0 2.0 150 0.35 150 160

                                              HMEJ(AC) Brake Motor Outline Dimensions 
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Application: Universal, Industrial, Household Appliances
Operating Speed: High Speed
Function: Control
Casing Protection: Protection Type
Number of Poles: 6
Type: Y2ej
Samples:
US$ 88/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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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.

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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.

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What are the key components of a typical brake motor system?

A typical brake motor system consists of several key components that work together to provide controlled stopping and holding capabilities. These components are carefully designed and integrated to ensure the efficient operation of the brake motor. Here’s a detailed explanation of the key components of a typical brake motor system:

1. Electric Motor: The electric motor is the primary component of the brake motor system. It converts electrical energy into mechanical energy to drive the rotation of the equipment. The motor provides the necessary power and torque to perform the desired work. It can be an AC (alternating current) motor or a DC (direct current) motor, depending on the specific application requirements.

2. Braking Mechanism: The braking mechanism is a crucial component of the brake motor system that enables controlled stopping of the rotating equipment. It consists of various types of brakes, such as electromagnetic brakes or spring-loaded brakes. The braking mechanism engages when the power to the motor is cut off or the motor is de-energized, creating friction or applying pressure to halt the rotation.

3. Brake Coil or Actuator: In brake motors with electromagnetic brakes, a brake coil or actuator is employed. The coil generates a magnetic field when an electrical current passes through it, attracting the brake disc or plate and creating braking force. The coil is energized when the motor is powered, and it de-energizes when the power is cut off, allowing the brake to engage and stop the rotation.

4. Brake Disc or Plate: The brake disc or plate is a key component of the braking mechanism. It is attached to the motor shaft and rotates with it. When the brake engages, the disc or plate is pressed against a stationary surface, creating friction and stopping the rotation of the motor shaft. The material composition and design of the brake disc or plate are optimized for efficient braking performance.

5. Control System: Brake motor systems often incorporate a control system that enables precise control over the braking process. The control system allows for adjustable braking torque, response time, and braking profiles. It may include control devices such as switches, relays, or electronic control units (ECUs). The control system ensures the desired level of control and facilitates the integration of the brake motor system with other machinery or automation systems.

6. Power Supply: A reliable power supply is essential for the operation of the brake motor system. The power supply provides electrical energy to the motor and the brake mechanism. It can be a mains power supply or a dedicated power source, depending on the specific requirements of the application and the motor’s power rating.

7. Mounting and Housing: Brake motors are typically housed in a sturdy enclosure that protects the components from environmental factors, such as dust, moisture, or vibration. The housing also provides mounting points for the motor and facilitates the connection of external devices or machinery. The design of the mounting and housing ensures the stability and safety of the brake motor system.

8. Optional Accessories: Depending on the application, a brake motor system may include optional accessories such as temperature sensors, shaft encoders, or position sensors. These accessories provide additional functionality and feedback, allowing for advanced control and monitoring of the brake motor system.

These are the key components of a typical brake motor system. The integration and interaction of these components ensure controlled stopping, load holding, and precise positioning capabilities, making brake motors suitable for a wide range of industrial applications.

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Product Description

Product Description

Yej Brake Motor Three Phase Induction AC Electric Brake Motors

YEJ2, YDEJ2 series electromagnetic brake motors are improved products of YEJ series. it is in accordance with JB/T6456
requirements, and its electrical performance is in accord with Y2 series technical standard.The electric power of the controller should be synchronized with the electric power of the motor.The electric motors are equipped the electromagnetic brake on the non-shaft end. when electricity off retarding disc will automatically press in end-shield which produce friction brake torque and stop the running of motor! the no-load brake duration is changed with the frame size of the motor the range is o.15-0.45 seconds. This kind of motor is considered as the driving force of
various machinery and widely used in mechanical workout machine tool, transport machinery,package, woodworking, food, chemical engineering, textile, construction,shop, roll door machinery

Model

YEJ2-112M-4

Power

4kw

Speed

1410r/min

Current

8.8A

Efficiency

84%

Power factor

0.82

Static Braking torque

40N.m

Mounting

B3/B5/B35/B34

If you want more information, please consult me

Product Parameters

 

Detailed Photos

 

Our Advantages

 

Company Profile

Certifications

 

 

 

FAQ

 

Q: Do you offer OEM service?
A: Yes, we can customize it as your request.

Q: What is your payment term?
A: TT. LC, AND WESTER UNION

Q: What is your lead time?
A: About 30 days after receiving deposit.

Q: What certificates do you have?
A: We have CE, ISO. And we can apply for specific certificate for different country such as SONCAP for Nigeria, SASO for Saudi Arabia, etc

Q: What about the warranty?
A: We offer 12month warranty period as the quality guarantee.

Q:What service do you offer?
A: Pre-sales service, in-sales service, after-sales service. If you become our local distributor, we can introduce end-customers to purchase from you.

Q:What’s your motor winding?
A: 100% copper winding

Q:Which port is near to you?
A: HangZhou port. And we can arrange to deliver HangZhou, ZheJiang , Urumqi, or other Chinese cities, too.

Q:Could you offer CHINAMFG Certification.
A: we can do as your request.

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Application: Industrial
Speed: High Speed
Number of Stator: Three-Phase
Function: Driving
Casing Protection: Protection Type
Number of Poles: 4pole
Samples:
US$ 500/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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Can brake motors be used in conjunction with other motion control methods?

Yes, brake motors can be used in conjunction with other motion control methods to achieve precise and efficient control over mechanical systems. Brake motors provide braking functionality, while other motion control methods offer various means of controlling the speed, position, and acceleration of the system. Combining brake motors with other motion control methods allows for enhanced overall system performance and versatility. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors can be used in conjunction with other motion control methods:

  • Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs): Brake motors can be used in conjunction with VFDs, which are electronic devices that control the speed and torque of an electric motor. VFDs enable precise speed control, acceleration, and deceleration of the motor by adjusting the frequency and voltage supplied to the motor. By incorporating a brake motor with a VFD, the system benefits from both the braking capability of the motor and the advanced speed control provided by the VFD.
  • Servo Systems: Servo systems are motion control systems that utilize servo motors and feedback mechanisms to achieve highly accurate control over position, velocity, and torque. In certain applications where rapid and precise positioning is required, brake motors can be used in conjunction with servo systems. The brake motor provides the braking function when the system needs to hold position or decelerate rapidly, while the servo system controls the dynamic motion and positioning tasks.
  • Stepper Motor Control: Stepper motors are widely used in applications that require precise control over position and speed. Brake motors can be utilized alongside stepper motor control systems to provide braking functionality when the motor needs to hold position or prevent undesired movement. This combination allows for improved stability and control over the stepper motor system, especially in applications where holding torque and quick deceleration are important.
  • Hydraulic or Pneumatic Systems: In some industrial applications, hydraulic or pneumatic systems are used for motion control. Brake motors can be integrated into these systems to provide additional braking capability when needed. For example, a brake motor can be employed to hold a specific position or provide emergency braking in a hydraulic or pneumatic actuator system, enhancing safety and control.
  • Control Algorithms and Systems: Brake motors can also be utilized in conjunction with various control algorithms and systems to achieve specific motion control objectives. These control algorithms can include closed-loop feedback control, PID (Proportional-Integral-Derivative) control, or advanced motion control algorithms. By incorporating a brake motor into the system, the control algorithms can utilize the braking functionality to enhance overall system performance and stability.

The combination of brake motors with other motion control methods offers a wide range of possibilities for achieving precise, efficient, and safe control over mechanical systems. Whether it is in conjunction with VFDs, servo systems, stepper motor control, hydraulic or pneumatic systems, or specific control algorithms, brake motors can complement and enhance the functionality of other motion control methods. This integration allows for customized and optimized control solutions to meet the specific requirements of diverse applications.

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How do brake motors contribute to the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling?

Brake motors play a crucial role in enhancing the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling operations. They provide several advantages that improve the overall performance and productivity of these systems. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors contribute to the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling:

  • Precise Control: Brake motors offer precise control over the movement of conveyor systems. The braking mechanism allows for quick and accurate stopping, starting, and positioning of the conveyor belt or other material handling components. This precise control ensures efficient operation, minimizing the time and effort required to handle materials and reducing the risk of damage or accidents.
  • Speed Regulation: Brake motors can regulate the speed of conveyor systems, allowing operators to adjust the conveying speed according to the specific requirements of the materials being handled. This speed control capability enables efficient material flow, optimizing production processes and preventing bottlenecks or congestion. It also contributes to better synchronization with upstream or downstream processes, improving overall system efficiency.
  • Load Handling: Brake motors are designed to handle varying loads encountered in material handling applications. They provide the necessary power and torque to move heavy loads along the conveyor system smoothly and efficiently. The braking mechanism ensures safe and controlled stopping even with substantial loads, preventing excessive wear or damage to the system and facilitating efficient material transfer.
  • Energy Efficiency: Brake motors are engineered for energy efficiency, contributing to cost savings and sustainability in material handling operations. They are designed to minimize energy consumption during operation by optimizing motor efficiency, reducing heat losses, and utilizing regenerative braking techniques. Energy-efficient brake motors help lower electricity consumption, resulting in reduced operating costs and a smaller environmental footprint.
  • Safety Enhancements: Brake motors incorporate safety features that enhance the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling by safeguarding personnel and equipment. They are equipped with braking systems that provide reliable stopping power, preventing unintended motion or runaway loads. Emergency stop functionality adds an extra layer of safety, allowing immediate halting of the system in case of emergencies or hazards, thereby minimizing the potential for accidents and improving overall operational efficiency.
  • Reliability and Durability: Brake motors are constructed to withstand the demanding conditions of material handling environments. They are designed with robust components and built-in protection features to ensure reliable operation even in harsh or challenging conditions. The durability of brake motors reduces downtime due to motor failures or maintenance issues, resulting in improved system efficiency and increased productivity.
  • Integration and Automation: Brake motors can be seamlessly integrated into automated material handling systems, enabling efficient and streamlined operations. They can be synchronized with control systems and sensors to optimize material flow, automate processes, and enable efficient sorting, routing, or accumulation of items. This integration and automation capability enhances system efficiency, reduces manual intervention, and enables real-time monitoring and control of the material handling process.
  • Maintenance and Serviceability: Brake motors are designed for ease of maintenance and serviceability, which contributes to the overall efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling operations. They often feature modular designs that allow quick and easy replacement of components, minimizing downtime during maintenance or repairs. Accessible lubrication points, inspection ports, and diagnostic features simplify routine maintenance tasks, ensuring that the motors remain in optimal working condition and maximizing system uptime.

By providing precise control, speed regulation, reliable load handling, energy efficiency, safety enhancements, durability, integration with automation systems, and ease of maintenance, brake motors significantly contribute to the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling operations. Their performance and features optimize material flow, reduce downtime, enhance safety, lower operating costs, and improve overall productivity in a wide range of industries and applications.

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How do brake motors handle variations in load and stopping requirements?

Brake motors are designed to handle variations in load and stopping requirements by incorporating specific features and mechanisms that allow for flexibility and adaptability. These features enable brake motors to effectively respond to changes in load conditions and meet the diverse stopping requirements of different applications. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors handle variations in load and stopping requirements:

1. Adjustable Braking Torque: Brake motors often have adjustable braking torque, allowing operators to modify the stopping force according to the specific load requirements. By adjusting the braking torque, brake motors can accommodate variations in load size, weight, and inertia. Higher braking torque can be set for heavier loads, while lower braking torque can be selected for lighter loads, ensuring optimal stopping performance and preventing excessive wear or damage to the braking system.

2. Controlled Response Time: Brake motors provide controlled response times, allowing for precise and efficient stopping according to the application requirements. The response time refers to the duration between the command to stop and the actual cessation of rotation. Brake motors can be designed with adjustable response times, enabling operators to set the desired stopping speed based on the load characteristics and safety considerations. This flexibility ensures that the braking action is appropriately matched to the load and stopping requirements.

3. Dynamic Braking: Dynamic braking is a feature found in some brake motors that helps handle variations in load and stopping requirements. When the motor is de-energized, dynamic braking converts the kinetic energy of the rotating load into electrical energy, which is dissipated as heat through a resistor or regenerative braking system. This braking mechanism allows brake motors to handle different load conditions and varying stopping requirements, dissipating excess energy and bringing the rotating equipment to a controlled stop.

4. Integrated Control Systems: Brake motors often come equipped with integrated control systems that allow for customized programming and adjustment of the braking parameters. These control systems enable operators to adapt the braking performance based on the load characteristics and stopping requirements. By adjusting parameters such as braking torque, response time, and braking profiles, brake motors can handle variations in load and achieve the desired stopping performance for different applications.

5. Monitoring and Feedback: Some brake motor systems incorporate monitoring and feedback mechanisms to provide real-time information about the load conditions and stopping performance. This feedback can include data on motor temperature, current consumption, or position feedback from encoders or sensors. By continuously monitoring these parameters, brake motors can dynamically adjust their braking action to accommodate variations in load and ensure optimal stopping performance.

6. Adaptable Brake Design: Brake motors are designed with consideration for load variations and stopping requirements. The brake design takes into account factors such as braking surface area, material composition, and cooling methods. These design features allow brake motors to handle different load conditions effectively and provide consistent and reliable stopping performance under varying circumstances.

By incorporating adjustable braking torque, controlled response time, dynamic braking, integrated control systems, monitoring and feedback mechanisms, and adaptable brake designs, brake motors can handle variations in load and stopping requirements. These features enhance the versatility and performance of brake motors, making them suitable for a wide range of applications across different industries.

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Product Description

Product Description

Yej Series Three Phase AC Induction Electromagnetic Brake Motor

YEJ2, YDEJ2 series electromagnetic brake motors are improved products of YEJ series. it is in accordance with JB/T6456
requirements, and its electrical performance is in accord with Y2 series technical standard.The electric power of the controller should be synchronized with the electric power of the motor.The electric motors are equipped the electromagnetic brake on the non-shaft end. when electricity off retarding disc will automatically press in end-shield which produce friction brake torque and stop the running of motor! the no-load brake duration is changed with the frame size of the motor the range is o.15-0.45 seconds. This kind of motor is considered as the driving force of
various machinery and widely used in mechanical workout machine tool, transport machinery,package, woodworking, food, chemical engineering, textile, construction,shop, roll door machinery

Model

YEJ2-112M-4

Power

4kw

Speed

1410r/min

Current

8.8A

Efficiency

84%

Power factor

0.82

Static Braking torque

40N.m

Mounting

B3/B5/B35/B34

If you want more information, please consult me

Product Parameters

 

Detailed Photos

 

Our Advantages

 

Company Profile

Certifications

 

 

 

FAQ

 

Q: Do you offer OEM service?
A: Yes, we can customize it as your request.

Q: What is your payment term?
A: TT. LC, AND WESTER UNION

Q: What is your lead time?
A: About 30 days after receiving deposit.

Q: What certificates do you have?
A: We have CE, ISO. And we can apply for specific certificate for different country such as SONCAP for Nigeria, SASO for Saudi Arabia, etc

Q: What about the warranty?
A: We offer 12month warranty period as the quality guarantee.

Q:What service do you offer?
A: Pre-sales service, in-sales service, after-sales service. If you become our local distributor, we can introduce end-customers to purchase from you.

Q:What’s your motor winding?
A: 100% copper winding

Q:Which port is near to you?
A: HangZhou port. And we can arrange to deliver HangZhou, ZheJiang , Urumqi, or other Chinese cities, too.

Q:Could you offer CHINAMFG Certification.
A: we can do as your request.

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Application: Industrial
Speed: High Speed
Number of Stator: Three-Phase
Function: Driving
Casing Protection: Protection Type
Number of Poles: 4pole
Samples:
US$ 500/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

|

Customization:
Available

|

brake motor

How do brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment?

Brake motors play a crucial role in ensuring smooth and controlled movement in equipment by providing reliable braking functionality. They work in coordination with the motor and other control systems to achieve precise control over the motion of the equipment. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment:

  • Braking Capability: Brake motors are specifically designed to provide effective braking capability. When the power to the motor is cut off or when a braking signal is applied, the brake system engages, generating frictional forces that slow down and bring the equipment to a controlled stop. The brake torque generated by the motor helps prevent coasting or unintended movement, ensuring smooth and controlled deceleration.
  • Quick Response Time: Brake motors are engineered to have a quick response time, meaning that the brake engages rapidly once the control signal is applied. This quick response time allows for prompt and precise control over the movement of the equipment. By minimizing the delay between the initiation of the braking action and the actual engagement of the brake, brake motors contribute to smooth and controlled movement.
  • Adjustable Brake Torque: Brake motors often offer the ability to adjust the brake torque to suit the specific requirements of the equipment and application. The brake torque can be tailored to the load characteristics and operating conditions to achieve optimal braking performance. By adjusting the brake torque, brake motors ensure that the equipment decelerates smoothly and consistently, avoiding abrupt stops or jerky movements.
  • Brake Release Mechanisms: In addition to providing braking action, brake motors incorporate mechanisms to release the brake when the equipment needs to resume motion. These release mechanisms can be controlled manually or automatically, depending on the application. The controlled release of the brake ensures that the equipment starts moving smoothly and gradually, allowing for controlled acceleration.
  • Integration with Control Systems: Brake motors are integrated into the overall control systems of the equipment to achieve coordinated and synchronized movement. They work in conjunction with motor control devices, such as variable frequency drives (VFDs) or servo systems, to precisely control the speed, acceleration, and deceleration of the equipment. By seamlessly integrating with the control systems, brake motors contribute to the smooth and controlled movement of the equipment.
  • Compliance with Safety Standards: Brake motors are designed and manufactured in compliance with safety standards and regulations. They undergo rigorous testing and quality control measures to ensure reliable and consistent braking performance. By adhering to safety standards, brake motors help prevent sudden or uncontrolled movements that could pose a safety risk and ensure the equipment operates within acceptable limits.

By providing effective braking capability, quick response time, adjustable brake torque, release mechanisms, integration with control systems, and compliance with safety standards, brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment. They enable precise control over the deceleration, stopping, and starting of the equipment, enhancing operational efficiency, safety, and overall performance.

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.

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Can you explain the primary purpose of a brake motor in machinery?

The primary purpose of a brake motor in machinery is to provide controlled stopping and holding of loads. A brake motor combines the functionality of an electric motor and a braking system into a single unit, offering convenience and efficiency in various industrial applications. Here’s a detailed explanation of the primary purpose of a brake motor in machinery:

1. Controlled Stopping: One of the main purposes of a brake motor is to achieve controlled and rapid stopping of machinery. When power is cut off or the motor is turned off, the braking mechanism in the brake motor engages, creating friction and halting the rotation of the motor shaft. This controlled stopping is crucial in applications where precise and quick stopping is required to ensure the safety of operators, prevent damage to equipment, or maintain product quality. Industries such as material handling, cranes, and conveyors rely on brake motors to achieve efficient and controlled stopping of loads.

2. Load Holding: Brake motors are also designed to hold loads in a stationary position when the motor is not actively rotating. The braking mechanism in the motor engages when the power is cut off, preventing any unintended movement of the load. Load holding is essential in applications where it is necessary to maintain the position of the machinery or prevent the load from sliding or falling. For instance, in vertical applications like elevators or lifts, brake motors hold the load in place when the motor is not actively driving the movement.

3. Safety and Emergency Situations: Brake motors play a critical role in ensuring safety and mitigating risks in machinery. In emergency situations or power failures, the braking system of a brake motor provides an immediate response, quickly stopping the rotation of the motor shaft and preventing any uncontrolled movement of the load. This rapid and controlled stopping enhances the safety of operators and protects both personnel and equipment from potential accidents or damage.

4. Precision and Positioning: Brake motors are utilized in applications that require precise positioning or accurate control of loads. The braking mechanism allows for fine-tuned control, enabling operators to position machinery or loads with high accuracy. Industries such as robotics, CNC machines, and assembly lines rely on brake motors to achieve precise movements, ensuring proper alignment, accuracy, and repeatability. The combination of motor power and braking functionality in a brake motor facilitates intricate and controlled operations.

Overall, the primary purpose of a brake motor in machinery is to provide controlled stopping, load holding, safety in emergency situations, and precise positioning. By integrating the motor and braking system into a single unit, brake motors streamline the operation and enhance the functionality of various industrial applications. Their reliable and efficient braking capabilities contribute to improved productivity, safety, and operational control in machinery and equipment.

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editor by CX 2024-04-16

China Good quality 2 Poles Three Phase Electromagnetic Brake AC Electric Induction Motor vacuum pump

Product Description

Y2EJ Electromagnetic Brake AC Electric Motor
 

Motor Basic Information

Output Range 0.55kw~45kw
Frame size 80~225
Rated Voltage 380V
Frequency 50Hz/60Hz
Insulation Class B
Protection degrees IP44,IP54
Cooling method IC411
Altitude No more than1000m
Ambient temperature -15ºC to 40ºC
Excitation voltage   ≤H100  DC 99V,  >H100  DC170V

Description

  • Three phase AC motor fully match standard of international electrician’s committee (IEC), has international compatibility
  • Widely used in most countries worldwide.
  • With high locked-rotor torque dependable circulation, beautiful shape, low lad noise and long lifespan.

Structures

The Y2EJ series electromagnetic brake 3 phase asynchronous motors are produced base from the original Y2 series motor, adding a DC electromagnetic brake.

Characteristics

  • High efficiency and energy-saving
  • Low noise and minimal vibration
  • Simple structure
  • Rapidly braking
  • High reliability
  • Low noise
  • Little vibration
  • Long service life
  • Easy installation and maintenance

Working conditions

  • Altitude not exceeding 1,000m above sea level
  • Ambient temperature subject to seasonal variations but not exceeding 40°C and not less than -15°C

Application

Can be applied to: hoisting crane, electric valve, machine tool, wood-working machinery, printing machinery, reducer and other machinery which need rapid and accurate braking.

Services

    • OEM accepted: customized design
    • Good service: treat clients as friend
    • Good quality: with strict quality control system, good reputation in market
    • Packing: export standard: wooden case, plywood case, carton box for sea/air freight
    • Delivery lead time: 15-20 days after receiving payment.

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Speed: Constant Speed
Number of Stator: Three-Phase
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Can brake motors be used in conjunction with other motion control methods?

Yes, brake motors can be used in conjunction with other motion control methods to achieve precise and efficient control over mechanical systems. Brake motors provide braking functionality, while other motion control methods offer various means of controlling the speed, position, and acceleration of the system. Combining brake motors with other motion control methods allows for enhanced overall system performance and versatility. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors can be used in conjunction with other motion control methods:

  • Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs): Brake motors can be used in conjunction with VFDs, which are electronic devices that control the speed and torque of an electric motor. VFDs enable precise speed control, acceleration, and deceleration of the motor by adjusting the frequency and voltage supplied to the motor. By incorporating a brake motor with a VFD, the system benefits from both the braking capability of the motor and the advanced speed control provided by the VFD.
  • Servo Systems: Servo systems are motion control systems that utilize servo motors and feedback mechanisms to achieve highly accurate control over position, velocity, and torque. In certain applications where rapid and precise positioning is required, brake motors can be used in conjunction with servo systems. The brake motor provides the braking function when the system needs to hold position or decelerate rapidly, while the servo system controls the dynamic motion and positioning tasks.
  • Stepper Motor Control: Stepper motors are widely used in applications that require precise control over position and speed. Brake motors can be utilized alongside stepper motor control systems to provide braking functionality when the motor needs to hold position or prevent undesired movement. This combination allows for improved stability and control over the stepper motor system, especially in applications where holding torque and quick deceleration are important.
  • Hydraulic or Pneumatic Systems: In some industrial applications, hydraulic or pneumatic systems are used for motion control. Brake motors can be integrated into these systems to provide additional braking capability when needed. For example, a brake motor can be employed to hold a specific position or provide emergency braking in a hydraulic or pneumatic actuator system, enhancing safety and control.
  • Control Algorithms and Systems: Brake motors can also be utilized in conjunction with various control algorithms and systems to achieve specific motion control objectives. These control algorithms can include closed-loop feedback control, PID (Proportional-Integral-Derivative) control, or advanced motion control algorithms. By incorporating a brake motor into the system, the control algorithms can utilize the braking functionality to enhance overall system performance and stability.

The combination of brake motors with other motion control methods offers a wide range of possibilities for achieving precise, efficient, and safe control over mechanical systems. Whether it is in conjunction with VFDs, servo systems, stepper motor control, hydraulic or pneumatic systems, or specific control algorithms, brake motors can complement and enhance the functionality of other motion control methods. This integration allows for customized and optimized control solutions to meet the specific requirements of diverse applications.

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What maintenance practices are essential for extending the lifespan of a brake motor?

Maintaining a brake motor properly is crucial for extending its lifespan and ensuring optimal performance. Regular maintenance practices help prevent premature wear, identify potential issues, and address them promptly. Here are some essential maintenance practices for extending the lifespan of a brake motor:

  • Cleanliness: Keeping the brake motor clean is important to prevent the accumulation of dirt, dust, or debris that can affect its performance. Regularly inspect the motor and clean it using appropriate cleaning methods and materials, ensuring that the power is disconnected before performing any cleaning tasks.
  • Lubrication: Proper lubrication of the brake motor’s moving parts is essential to minimize friction and reduce wear and tear. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations regarding the type of lubricant to use and the frequency of lubrication. Ensure that the lubrication points are accessible and apply the lubricant in the recommended amounts.
  • Inspection: Regular visual inspections of the brake motor are necessary to identify any signs of damage, loose connections, or abnormal wear. Check for any loose or damaged components, such as bolts, cables, or connectors. Inspect the brake pads or discs for wear and ensure they are properly aligned. If any issues are detected, take appropriate action to address them promptly.
  • Brake Adjustment: Periodically check and adjust the brake mechanism of the motor to ensure it maintains proper braking performance. This may involve adjusting the brake pads, ensuring proper clearance, and verifying that the braking force is sufficient. Improper brake adjustment can lead to excessive wear, reduced stopping power, or safety hazards.
  • Temperature Monitoring: Monitoring the operating temperature of the brake motor is important to prevent overheating and thermal damage. Ensure that the motor is not subjected to excessive ambient temperatures or overloaded conditions. If the motor becomes excessively hot, investigate the cause and take corrective measures, such as improving ventilation or reducing the load.
  • Vibration Analysis: Periodic vibration analysis can help detect early signs of mechanical problems or misalignment in the brake motor. Using specialized equipment or vibration monitoring systems, measure and analyze the motor’s vibration levels. If abnormal vibrations are detected, investigate and address the underlying issues to prevent further damage.
  • Electrical Connections: Regularly inspect the electrical connections of the brake motor to ensure they are secure and free from corrosion. Loose or faulty connections can lead to power issues, motor malfunctions, or electrical hazards. Tighten any loose connections and clean any corrosion using appropriate methods and materials.
  • Testing and Calibration: Perform periodic testing and calibration of the brake motor to verify its performance and ensure it operates within the specified parameters. This may involve conducting load tests, verifying braking force, or checking the motor’s speed and torque. Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines or consult with qualified technicians for proper testing and calibration procedures.
  • Documentation and Record-keeping: Maintain a record of all maintenance activities, inspections, repairs, and any relevant information related to the brake motor. This documentation helps track the maintenance history, identify recurring issues, and plan future maintenance tasks effectively. It also serves as a reference for warranty claims or troubleshooting purposes.
  • Professional Servicing: In addition to regular maintenance tasks, consider scheduling professional servicing and inspections by qualified technicians. They can perform comprehensive checks, identify potential issues, and perform specialized maintenance procedures that require expertise or specialized tools. Professional servicing can help ensure thorough maintenance and maximize the lifespan of the brake motor.

By following these essential maintenance practices, brake motor owners can enhance the lifespan of the motor, reduce the risk of unexpected failures, and maintain its optimal performance. Regular maintenance not only extends the motor’s lifespan but also contributes to safe operation, energy efficiency, and overall reliability.

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What are the key components of a typical brake motor system?

A typical brake motor system consists of several key components that work together to provide controlled stopping and holding capabilities. These components are carefully designed and integrated to ensure the efficient operation of the brake motor. Here’s a detailed explanation of the key components of a typical brake motor system:

1. Electric Motor: The electric motor is the primary component of the brake motor system. It converts electrical energy into mechanical energy to drive the rotation of the equipment. The motor provides the necessary power and torque to perform the desired work. It can be an AC (alternating current) motor or a DC (direct current) motor, depending on the specific application requirements.

2. Braking Mechanism: The braking mechanism is a crucial component of the brake motor system that enables controlled stopping of the rotating equipment. It consists of various types of brakes, such as electromagnetic brakes or spring-loaded brakes. The braking mechanism engages when the power to the motor is cut off or the motor is de-energized, creating friction or applying pressure to halt the rotation.

3. Brake Coil or Actuator: In brake motors with electromagnetic brakes, a brake coil or actuator is employed. The coil generates a magnetic field when an electrical current passes through it, attracting the brake disc or plate and creating braking force. The coil is energized when the motor is powered, and it de-energizes when the power is cut off, allowing the brake to engage and stop the rotation.

4. Brake Disc or Plate: The brake disc or plate is a key component of the braking mechanism. It is attached to the motor shaft and rotates with it. When the brake engages, the disc or plate is pressed against a stationary surface, creating friction and stopping the rotation of the motor shaft. The material composition and design of the brake disc or plate are optimized for efficient braking performance.

5. Control System: Brake motor systems often incorporate a control system that enables precise control over the braking process. The control system allows for adjustable braking torque, response time, and braking profiles. It may include control devices such as switches, relays, or electronic control units (ECUs). The control system ensures the desired level of control and facilitates the integration of the brake motor system with other machinery or automation systems.

6. Power Supply: A reliable power supply is essential for the operation of the brake motor system. The power supply provides electrical energy to the motor and the brake mechanism. It can be a mains power supply or a dedicated power source, depending on the specific requirements of the application and the motor’s power rating.

7. Mounting and Housing: Brake motors are typically housed in a sturdy enclosure that protects the components from environmental factors, such as dust, moisture, or vibration. The housing also provides mounting points for the motor and facilitates the connection of external devices or machinery. The design of the mounting and housing ensures the stability and safety of the brake motor system.

8. Optional Accessories: Depending on the application, a brake motor system may include optional accessories such as temperature sensors, shaft encoders, or position sensors. These accessories provide additional functionality and feedback, allowing for advanced control and monitoring of the brake motor system.

These are the key components of a typical brake motor system. The integration and interaction of these components ensure controlled stopping, load holding, and precise positioning capabilities, making brake motors suitable for a wide range of industrial applications.

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editor by CX 2024-04-11

China Good quality Ie3 Ie4 Yej Brake Motor Three Phase Asynchronous AC Electric Induction Motor with Best Sales

Product Description

Product Description

Welcome to TLWERK Motors, where precision engineering meets unparalleled innovation. As a leading force in the realm of electric motor production, TLWERK is dedicated to delivering cutting-edge solutions that redefine industries and power the future.

Three-Phase Motor is an electric motor driven by a three-phase AC power source. They are widely used as power sources for industrial equipment and machinery. Also called three-phase induction motors (induction motors), they are generally powered by a three-phase AC power supply of 200 V, 110V, 380V and so on. Three-Phase Motors consist of a stator, rotor, output shaft, flange bracket, and ball bearings.

YEJ Brake Motor Series

Brake motor is made of 2 parts : three-phase asynchronous motors and brake, it belongs to three-phase-asynchronous motor derived series. Manual brake release and bolt release are 2 forms of brake. Brake is the main components of the brake motor. Its working power divided into 2 categories: One is AC braking, the other is DC braking.  Our company produces brake motors are DC brake motors, the advantage of the braking torque is below, easy installation, braking response speed, high reliability, versatility and other advantages.
To the Ac power to the brake coil is provided with suction cups for low voltage winding rated DC voltage. A single-phase AC power is rectified then supply to a sucker winding to make it work so the brake motor terminal box fitted with a rectifier, wiring diagram below.
Brake motor braking time (t) is the time from the motor and brake stopping the power to the shaft completely stopped, under normal circumstances, for 63 to 880 frame size motor, the braking time is 0.5 seconds. For o-132 frame size motor the braking time is 1 second, For 160 to180 frame size motor, the braking time is 2 seconds.

OPERATING CONDITIONS:

Ambient temperature: -15ºC<0<40ºC Duty:  S1 (continuous)
Altitude: not exceed1000m Insulation class:  B/F/H
Rated voltage: 380V, 220V-760Vis available Protection class: lP54/IP55
Rated frequency: 50HZ/60HZ Cooling method:  IC0141

Production Flow

Product Overall & Installation Dimensions

YEJ B3 Series  H63-180

Frame size Installation Size
A B C D E F G H K AB AC HD L
63 100 80 40 Φ11 23 4 12.5 63 Φ7 135 120×120 167 255
71 112 90 45 Φ14 30 5 16 71 Φ7 137 130×130 178 305
80M 125 100 50 Φ19 40 6 21.5 80 Φ10 155 145×145 190 340
90S 140 100 56 Φ24 50 8 27 90 Φ10 175 160×160 205 400
90L 140 125 56 Φ24 50 8 27 90 Φ10 175 160×160 205 400
100L 160 140 63 Φ28 60 8 31 100 Φ12 200 185×185 240 440
112M 190 140 70 Φ28 60 8 31 112 Φ12 230 200×200 270 480
132S 216 140 89 Φ38 80 10 41 132 Φ12 270 245×245 315 567
132M 216 178 89 Φ38 80 10 41 132 Φ12 270 245×245 315 567
160M 254 210 108 Φ42 110 12 45 160 Φ14.5 320 335×335 450 780
160L 254 254 108 Φ42 110 12 45 160 Φ14.5 320 335×335 450 780
180M 279 241 121 Φ48 110 14 51.5 180 Φ14.5 355 370×370 500 880
180L 279 279 121 Φ48 110 14 51.5 180 Φ14.5 355 370×370 500 880

YEJ B5 Series  H63-180

Frame size Installation Size
D E F G M N P S T AC HD L
63 Φ11 23 4 12.5 115 95 140 10 3 120×120 104 255
71 Φ14 30 5 16 130 110 160 10 3 130×130 107 305
80M Φ19 40 6 21.5 165 130 200 12 3.5 145×145 115 340
90S Φ24 50 8 27 165 130 200 12 3.5 160×160 122 400
90L Φ24 50 8 27 165 130 200 12 3.5 160×160 122 400
100L Φ28 60 8 31 215 180 250 14.5 4 185×185 137 440
112M Φ28 60 8 31 215 180 250 14.5 4 200×200 155 480
132S Φ38 80 10 41 265 230 300 14.5 4 245×245 180 567
132M Φ38 80 10 41 265 230 300 14.5 4 245×245 180 567
160M Φ42 110 12 45 300 250 350 18.5 5 320×320 290 780
160L Φ42 110 12 45 300 250 350 18.5 5 320×320 290 780
180M Φ48 110 14 51.5 300 250 350 18.5 5 360×360 340 880
180L Φ48 110 14 51.5 300 250 350 18.5 5 360×360 340 880

YEJ B14 Series H63-112

Frame size  Installation Size
D E F G M N P S T AC HD L
63 Φ11 23 4 12.5 75 60 90 M5 2.5 120×120 104 255
71 Φ14 30 5 16 85 70 105 M6 2.5 130×130 107 305
80 Φ19 40 6 21.5 100 80 110 M6 3 145×145 115 340
90S Φ24 50 8 27 115 95 120 M8 3 160×160 122 400
90L Φ24 50 8 27 115 95 120 M8 3 160×160 122 400
100L Φ28 60 8 31 130 110 155 M8 3.5 185×185 137 440
112M Φ28 60 8 31 130 110 160 M8 3.5 200×200 155 480

Product Performance Parameter

YEJ 3000r/min 380V 50HZ

TYPE RATED OUTPUT RATED SPEED EFFICENCY POWER FOCTOR RATED CURRENT RATED TORQUE LOCKED ROTOR TORQUE MAXIMUM TORQUE STATIC BRAKE TCRQUE BRAKE TIME
RATED TORQUE RATED TORQUE DC
  KW rpm η% COSφ A Nm Ts/Tn Tmax/Tn NM  S
YEJ-631-2 0.18 2800 65.0 0.80 0.53 0.61 2.2 2.2 3.5 0.10
YEJ-632-2 0.25 2800 68.0 0.81 0.69 0.85 2.2 2.2 3.5 0.10
YEJ-711-2 0.37 2830 70.0 0.81 0.99 1.25 2.2 2.2 4.0 0.10
YEJ-712-2 0.55 2830 73.0 0.82 1.40 1.86 2.2 2.3 4.0 0.10
YEJ-801-2 0.75 2840 75.0 0.83 1.83 2.52 2.2 2.3 7.5 0.10
YEJ-802-2 1.10 2840 77.0 0.84 2.55 3.70 2.2 2.3 7.5 0.10
YEJ-90S-2 1.50 2840 79.0 0.84 3.39 5.04 2.2 2.3 15 0.15
YEJ-90L-2 2.20 2840 81.0 0.85 4.80 7.40 2.2 2.3 15 0.15
YEJ-100L1-2 3.00 2860 83.0 0.87 6.31 10.00 2.2 2.3 30 0.15
YEJ-100L2-2 4.00 2880 85.0 0.88 8.22 13.30 2.2 2.3 40 0.15
YEJ-112M-2 5.50 2910 86.0 0.88 11.2 18.00 2.2 2.3 80 0.15
YEJ-132S-2 7.00 2910 87.0 0.88 15.1 24.60 2.2 2.3 80 0.15
YEJ-132M-2 11.00 2930 88.0 0.89 21.3 35.90 2.2 2.3 150 0.30
YEJ-160M-2 15.00 2930 89.0 0.89 28.8 48.90 2.2 2.2 150 0.30
YEJ-160L-2 18.50 2935 90.0 0.90 34.7 60.20 2.2 2.2 150 0.30
YEJ-180M-2 22.00 2935 90.0 0.90 41.3 71.60 2.2 2.2 200 0.30

YEJ 1500r/min 380V 50HZ

TYPE RATED OUTPUT RATED SPEED EFFICENCY POWER FOCTOR RATED CURRENT RATED TORQUE LOCKED ROTOR TORQUE MAXIMUM TORQUE STATIC BRAKE TCRQUE BRAKE TIME
RATED TORQUE RATED TORQUE DC
  KW rpm η% COSφ A Nm Ts/Tn Tmax/Tn NM  S
YEJ-631-4 0.12 1360 57.0 0.72 0.44 0.84 2.2 2.0 3.5 0.10
YEJ-632-4 0.18 1360 60.0 0.73 0.62 1.26 2.2 2.0 3.5 0.10
YEJ-711-4 0.25 1375 65.0 0.74 0.79 1.74 2.2 2.0 4.0 0.10
YEJ-712-4 0.37 1375 67.0 0.75 1.12 2.57 2.2 2.0 4.0 0.10
YEJ-801-4 0.55 1405 71.0 0.75 1.57 3.74 2.2 2.4 7.5 0.10
YEJ-802-4 0.75 1405 73.0 0.76 2.02 5.10 2.2 2.4 7.5 0.10
YEJ-90S-4 1.10 1445 75.0 0.77 2.82 7.27 2.2 2.3 15 0.15
YEJ-90L-4 1.50 1445 78.0 0.79 3.7 9.91 2.2 2.3 15 0.15
YEJ-100L1-4 2.20 1440 80.0 0.81 5.16 14.60 2.2 2.3 30 0.15
YEJ-100L2-4 3.00 1440 82.0 0.82 6.78 19.90 2.2 2.3 30 0.15
YEJ-112M-4 4.00 1440 84.0 0.82 8.82 26.50 2.2 2.3 40 0.15
YEJ-132S-4 5.50 1440 85.0 0.83 11.7 36.50 2.2 2.3 80 0.15
YEJ-132M-4 7.50 1440 87.0 0.84 15.6 49.70 2.2 2.3 80 0.15
YEJ-160M-4 11.00 1450 88.0 0.85 21.3 72.40 2.2 2.2 150 0.30
YEJ-160L-4 15.00 1450 89.0 0.85 30.1 98.80 2.2 2.2 150 0.30
YEJ-180M-4 18.50 1455 90.5 0.86 36.5 121.40 2.2 2.2 150 0.30
YEJ-180L-4 22.00 1455 91.0 0.86 43.1 144.40 2.0 2.2 200 0.30

YEJ 1000r/min 380V 50HZ
 

TYPE RATED OUTPUT RATED SPEED EFFICENCY POWER FOCTOR RATED CURRENT RATED TORQUE LOCKED ROTOR TORQUE MAXIMUM TORQUE STATIC BRAKE TCRQUE BRAKE TIME
RATED TORQUE RATED TORQUE DC
  KW rpm η% COSφ A Nm Ts/Tn Tmax/Tn NM  S
YEJ-711-6 0.18 900 56.0 0.66 0.71 19.10 1.9 2.0 4.0 0.10
YEJ-712-6 0.25 900 59.0 0.68 0.95 2.65 1.9 2.0 4.0 0.10
YEJ-801-6 0.37 910 62.0 0.70 1.30 3.88 1.9 2.0 7.5 0.10
YEJ-802-6 0.55 910 65.0 0.72 1.79 5.77 1.9 2.1 7.5 0.10
YEJ-90S-6 0.75 930 69.0 0.72 2.26 7.70 2.1 2.1 15 0.15
YEJ-90L-6 1.10 940 72.0 0.73 3.14 11.20 2.1 2.1 15 0.15
YEJ-100L-6 1.50 940 76.0 0.76 3.95 15.20 2.2 2.1 30 0.15
YEJ-112M-6 2.20 96o 79.0 0.76 5.57 21.90 2.2 2.1 40 0.15
YEJ-132S-6 3.00 960 81.0 0.76 7.40 29.80 2.2 2.1 80 0.15
YEJ-132M1-6 4.00 960 82.0 0.76 9.63 39.80 2.2 2.1 80 0.15
YEJ-132M2-6 5.50 960 84.0 0.77 12.90 54.70 2.2 2.1 150 0.30
YEJ-160M-6 7.50 970 86.0 0.77 17.00 73.80 1.8 2.1 150 0.30
YEJ-160L-6 11.00 970 87.5 0.78 24.30 108.30 1.9 2.1 150 0.30
YEJ-180L-6 15.00 970 89.0 0.81 31.60 147.70 2.1 2.1 200 0.30

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Company Profile

About TLWERK:
At TLWERK Motors, we take pride in our commitment to excellence. With a legacy of craftsmanship and a forward-looking approach, we specialize in the design, manufacturing, and customization of three-phase asynchronous motor include YS/MS, YL/ML, YE3, YE4, YEJ, YVP and permanent magnet motors. Our seasoned team of engineers and technicians is driven by a passion for pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the world of electric power.

Key Features:
Advanced Engineering: TLWERK Motors harnesses the latest advancements in technology to craft motors that set new standards for performance and reliability. Our dedication to staying ahead of the technological curve ensures that our products are at the forefront of the industry.
Tailored Solutions: Recognizing that every industry has unique needs, TLWERK Motors offers customizable solutions crafted to meet specific requirements. From size and power ratings to specialized applications, we provide flexibility to suit your exact specifications.
Sustainability Focus: We prioritize energy efficiency in our designs, contributing to the global drive for sustainability. TLWERK Motors is committed to providing green power solutions that not only meet but exceed environmental standards.
Comprehensive Certification: TLWERK strictly implements the ISO9001-2015 quality management system, and all products have been inspected, and have obtained national CCC certification and international CE certification

Industries We Serve:
TLWERK Motors caters to a diverse range of industries, including:
* Manufacturing
* Automotive
* Lifting
* Renewable Energy
* Robotics
* Healthcare

Quality Assurance:
Quality is the cornerstone of TLWERK Motors. Rigorous testing and adherence to the highest manufacturing standards ensure that every TLWERK motor leaving our facility is synonymous with quality, reliability, and longevity.

Global Presence:
With a commitment to global excellence, TLWERK Motors has earned the trust of clients worldwide. Our international footprint allows us to support businesses across the globe, providing them with the power they need to CHINAMFG and innovate.

Contact TLWERK Motors:
Ready to elevate your industry with our advanced electric motors? Contact TLWERK Motors today to discuss your unique requirements. Discover how TLWERK Motors can be your partner in driving progress and success.
Choose TLWERK Motors for unmatched precision, reliability, and innovation in power solutions. We look CHINAMFG to empowering your business for a brighter and more efficient tomorrow.

FAQ
1.How about your MOQ and lead time?
Both MOQ and lead time depends on specific products. Generally speaking, it cost 10-30 days.
2.Can I get sample?
Yes. We offer sample motor.

3.Is customized service available?
OEM & ODM both are available. Please inform us with output power, speed rpm, output torque, using voltage and application range.

4. What is your payment term?
30% T/T in advance, 70% balance before shipment
30% T/T in advance, 70% balance 30 days after BL date by ocean, 15 days after AWB date by air, after a long-term stable cooperation.

5. What about warranty?
One year, during the guarantee period, we will supply freely of the easy damaged parts for the possible problems except for the incorrect operation. After expiration, we supply cost spare parts for alternator maintenance.

6.Why us?
* Professional factory for Electric Motor in China
*Safety / Energy Consumption / Superior Life
* Full of export experiences.
* 100% tested before delivery
* A complete set of motor solutions can be provided.
* Perfect performance, low noise, slight vibration, reliable running, good appearance, small volume, light weight and easy maintenance.
* CE/ISO Approved
 

Before Sale After Sale
1 Sample Confirmation 1 Comprehensive service with separate after-sale team
Providing information consulting and technical guidance. 2 Satisfied solution while any problem identified.
3 Packaging can be customized. 3 Exclusive and unique solution provided by professional engineers.
4 Reply to your enquiry in 24 working hours. 4 New craft, new technology and other related advisory services.

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Application: Industrial, Household Appliances
Operating Speed: Constant Speed
Number of Stator: Three-Phase
Species: Yej Brake Motor
Rotor Structure: Squirrel-Cage
Casing Protection: Protection Type
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brake motor

What advancements in brake motor technology have improved energy efficiency?

Advancements in brake motor technology have led to significant improvements in energy efficiency, resulting in reduced power consumption and operational costs. These advancements encompass various aspects of brake motor design, construction, and control systems. Here’s a detailed explanation of the advancements in brake motor technology that have improved energy efficiency:

  • High-Efficiency Motor Designs: Brake motors now incorporate high-efficiency motor designs that minimize energy losses during operation. These designs often involve the use of advanced materials, improved winding techniques, and optimized magnetic circuits. High-efficiency motors reduce the amount of energy wasted as heat and maximize the conversion of electrical energy into mechanical power, leading to improved overall energy efficiency.
  • Efficient Brake Systems: Brake systems in modern brake motors are designed to minimize energy consumption during braking and holding periods. Energy-efficient brake systems utilize materials with low friction coefficients, reducing the energy dissipated as heat during braking. Additionally, advanced control mechanisms and algorithms optimize the engagement and disengagement of the brake, minimizing power consumption while maintaining reliable braking performance.
  • Regenerative Braking: Some advanced brake motors incorporate regenerative braking technology, which allows the recovery and reuse of energy that would otherwise be dissipated as heat during braking. Regenerative braking systems convert the kinetic energy of the moving equipment into electrical energy, which is fed back into the power supply or stored in energy storage devices. By harnessing and reusing this energy, brake motors improve energy efficiency and reduce the overall power consumption of the system.
  • Variable Speed Control: Brake motors equipped with variable frequency drives (VFDs) or other speed control mechanisms offer improved energy efficiency. By adjusting the motor’s speed and torque to match the specific requirements of the application, variable speed control reduces energy wastage associated with operating at fixed speeds. The ability to match the motor’s output to the load demand allows for precise control and significant energy savings.
  • Advanced Control Systems: Brake motors benefit from advanced control systems that optimize energy usage. These control systems employ sophisticated algorithms and feedback mechanisms to continuously monitor and adjust motor performance based on the load conditions. By dynamically adapting the motor operation to the changing requirements, these control systems minimize energy losses and improve overall energy efficiency.
  • Improved Thermal Management: Efficient thermal management techniques have been developed to enhance brake motor performance and energy efficiency. These techniques involve the use of improved cooling systems, such as advanced fan designs or liquid cooling methods, to maintain optimal operating temperatures. By effectively dissipating heat generated during motor operation, thermal management systems reduce energy losses associated with excessive heat and improve overall energy efficiency.

These advancements in brake motor technology, including high-efficiency motor designs, efficient brake systems, regenerative braking, variable speed control, advanced control systems, and improved thermal management, have collectively contributed to improved energy efficiency. By reducing energy losses, optimizing braking mechanisms, and implementing intelligent control strategies, modern brake motors offer significant energy savings and contribute to a more sustainable and cost-effective operation of equipment.

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How do brake motors contribute to the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling?

Brake motors play a crucial role in enhancing the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling operations. They provide several advantages that improve the overall performance and productivity of these systems. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors contribute to the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling:

  • Precise Control: Brake motors offer precise control over the movement of conveyor systems. The braking mechanism allows for quick and accurate stopping, starting, and positioning of the conveyor belt or other material handling components. This precise control ensures efficient operation, minimizing the time and effort required to handle materials and reducing the risk of damage or accidents.
  • Speed Regulation: Brake motors can regulate the speed of conveyor systems, allowing operators to adjust the conveying speed according to the specific requirements of the materials being handled. This speed control capability enables efficient material flow, optimizing production processes and preventing bottlenecks or congestion. It also contributes to better synchronization with upstream or downstream processes, improving overall system efficiency.
  • Load Handling: Brake motors are designed to handle varying loads encountered in material handling applications. They provide the necessary power and torque to move heavy loads along the conveyor system smoothly and efficiently. The braking mechanism ensures safe and controlled stopping even with substantial loads, preventing excessive wear or damage to the system and facilitating efficient material transfer.
  • Energy Efficiency: Brake motors are engineered for energy efficiency, contributing to cost savings and sustainability in material handling operations. They are designed to minimize energy consumption during operation by optimizing motor efficiency, reducing heat losses, and utilizing regenerative braking techniques. Energy-efficient brake motors help lower electricity consumption, resulting in reduced operating costs and a smaller environmental footprint.
  • Safety Enhancements: Brake motors incorporate safety features that enhance the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling by safeguarding personnel and equipment. They are equipped with braking systems that provide reliable stopping power, preventing unintended motion or runaway loads. Emergency stop functionality adds an extra layer of safety, allowing immediate halting of the system in case of emergencies or hazards, thereby minimizing the potential for accidents and improving overall operational efficiency.
  • Reliability and Durability: Brake motors are constructed to withstand the demanding conditions of material handling environments. They are designed with robust components and built-in protection features to ensure reliable operation even in harsh or challenging conditions. The durability of brake motors reduces downtime due to motor failures or maintenance issues, resulting in improved system efficiency and increased productivity.
  • Integration and Automation: Brake motors can be seamlessly integrated into automated material handling systems, enabling efficient and streamlined operations. They can be synchronized with control systems and sensors to optimize material flow, automate processes, and enable efficient sorting, routing, or accumulation of items. This integration and automation capability enhances system efficiency, reduces manual intervention, and enables real-time monitoring and control of the material handling process.
  • Maintenance and Serviceability: Brake motors are designed for ease of maintenance and serviceability, which contributes to the overall efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling operations. They often feature modular designs that allow quick and easy replacement of components, minimizing downtime during maintenance or repairs. Accessible lubrication points, inspection ports, and diagnostic features simplify routine maintenance tasks, ensuring that the motors remain in optimal working condition and maximizing system uptime.

By providing precise control, speed regulation, reliable load handling, energy efficiency, safety enhancements, durability, integration with automation systems, and ease of maintenance, brake motors significantly contribute to the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling operations. Their performance and features optimize material flow, reduce downtime, enhance safety, lower operating costs, and improve overall productivity in a wide range of industries and applications.

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How do brake motors handle variations in load and stopping requirements?

Brake motors are designed to handle variations in load and stopping requirements by incorporating specific features and mechanisms that allow for flexibility and adaptability. These features enable brake motors to effectively respond to changes in load conditions and meet the diverse stopping requirements of different applications. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors handle variations in load and stopping requirements:

1. Adjustable Braking Torque: Brake motors often have adjustable braking torque, allowing operators to modify the stopping force according to the specific load requirements. By adjusting the braking torque, brake motors can accommodate variations in load size, weight, and inertia. Higher braking torque can be set for heavier loads, while lower braking torque can be selected for lighter loads, ensuring optimal stopping performance and preventing excessive wear or damage to the braking system.

2. Controlled Response Time: Brake motors provide controlled response times, allowing for precise and efficient stopping according to the application requirements. The response time refers to the duration between the command to stop and the actual cessation of rotation. Brake motors can be designed with adjustable response times, enabling operators to set the desired stopping speed based on the load characteristics and safety considerations. This flexibility ensures that the braking action is appropriately matched to the load and stopping requirements.

3. Dynamic Braking: Dynamic braking is a feature found in some brake motors that helps handle variations in load and stopping requirements. When the motor is de-energized, dynamic braking converts the kinetic energy of the rotating load into electrical energy, which is dissipated as heat through a resistor or regenerative braking system. This braking mechanism allows brake motors to handle different load conditions and varying stopping requirements, dissipating excess energy and bringing the rotating equipment to a controlled stop.

4. Integrated Control Systems: Brake motors often come equipped with integrated control systems that allow for customized programming and adjustment of the braking parameters. These control systems enable operators to adapt the braking performance based on the load characteristics and stopping requirements. By adjusting parameters such as braking torque, response time, and braking profiles, brake motors can handle variations in load and achieve the desired stopping performance for different applications.

5. Monitoring and Feedback: Some brake motor systems incorporate monitoring and feedback mechanisms to provide real-time information about the load conditions and stopping performance. This feedback can include data on motor temperature, current consumption, or position feedback from encoders or sensors. By continuously monitoring these parameters, brake motors can dynamically adjust their braking action to accommodate variations in load and ensure optimal stopping performance.

6. Adaptable Brake Design: Brake motors are designed with consideration for load variations and stopping requirements. The brake design takes into account factors such as braking surface area, material composition, and cooling methods. These design features allow brake motors to handle different load conditions effectively and provide consistent and reliable stopping performance under varying circumstances.

By incorporating adjustable braking torque, controlled response time, dynamic braking, integrated control systems, monitoring and feedback mechanisms, and adaptable brake designs, brake motors can handle variations in load and stopping requirements. These features enhance the versatility and performance of brake motors, making them suitable for a wide range of applications across different industries.

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China wholesaler Three Phase Electro Magnetic Brake Induction Motor vacuum pump ac

Product Description

 HMEJ (DC) Series Self-braking Electric Motor 
HMEJ (DC) Series Self-braking Electric Motor which is totally enclosed squirrel cage with additional DC brake of disk type. It has advantage of fast brake, simple structure, high reliability and good versatility. In additional, the brake has manual work releasing structure which is widely used in mechanical equipment and transmissions devices for various requirements of rapid stop and accurate positioning.

 

 

                Energizing Power Ist/In Tst/TN     
KW RPM A % CosΦ N.m S W       KG
380V/50HZ  2POLE 3000RPM
HMEJ(DC) 63M1 0.18 2720 0.53 65 0.8 4 0.2 18 5.5 2.2 2.2 12
HMEJ(DC) 63M1 0.25 2720 0.69 68 0.81 4 0.2 18 5.5 2.2 2.2 13
HMEJ(DC) 71M1 0.37 2740 0.99 70 0.81 4 0.2 18 6.1 2.2 2.2 14
HMEJ(DC) 71M2 0.55 2740 1.4 73 0.82 4 0.2 18 6.1 2.2 2.3 15
HMEJ(DC) 80M1 0.75 2845 1.83 75 0.83 7.5 0.2 30 6.1 2.2 2.3 17
HMEJ(DC) 80M2 1.1 2840 2.58 77 0.84 7.5 0.2 30 7 2.2 2.3 18
HMEJ(DC) 90S 1.5 2840 3.43 79 0.84 15 0.2 50 7 2.2 2.3 23
HMEJ(DC) 90L 2.2 2840 4.85 81 0.85 15 0.2 50 7 2.2 2.3 26
HMEJ(DC) 100L 3 2860 6.31 83 0.87 30 0.2 65 7.5 2.2 2.3 37
HMEJ(DC) 112M 4 2880 8.1 85 0.88 40 0.25 90 7.5 2.2 2.3 45
HMEJ(DC) 132S1 5.5 2900 11 86 0.88 75 0.25 90 7.5 2.2 2.3 69
HMEJ(DC) 132S2 7.5 2900 14.9 87 0.88 75 0.25 90 7.5 2.2 2.3 72
HMEJ(DC) 160M1 11 2930 21.3 88 0.89 150 0.35 150 7.5 2.2 2.3 120
HMEJ(DC) 160M2 15 2930 28.8 89 0.89 150 0.35 150 7.5 2.2 2.3 130
HMEJ(DC) 160L 18.5 2930 34.7 90 0.9 150 0.35 150 7.5 2.2 2.3 149
HMEJ(DC) 180M 22 2940 40.8 91 0.9 200 0.35 150 7.5 2 2.3 189
HMEJ(DC) 200L1 30 2950 55.3 91.6 0.9 300 0.45 200 7.5 2 2.3 243
HMEJ(DC) 200L2 37 2950 67.6 92.4 0.9 300 0.45 200 7.5 2 2.3 267
HMEJ(DC) 225M 45 2970 82 92.7 0.9 400 0.45 200 7.5 2 2.3 323
380V/50HZ  4POLE 1500RPM
HMEJ(DC) 63M1 0.12 1310 0.44 57 0.72 4 0.2 18 4.4 2.1 2.2 13
HMEJ(DC) 63M2 0.18 1310 0.62 60 0.73 4 0.2 18 4.4 2.1 2.2 14
HMEJ(DC) 71M1 0.25 1330 0.79 65 0.74 4 0.2 18 5.2 2.1 2.2 15
HMEJ(DC) 71M2 0.37 1330 1.12 67 0.75 4 0.2 18 5.2 2.1 2.2 16
HMEJ(DC) 80M1 0.55 1390 1.57 71 0.75 7.5 0.2 30 5.2 2.4 2.3 17
HMEJ(DC) 80M2 0.75 1390 2.03 73 0.76 7.5 0.2 30 6 2.3 2.3 18
HMEJ(DC) 90S 1.1 1380 2.89 75 0.77 15 0.2 50 6 2.3 2.3 22
HMEJ(DC) 90L 1.5 1390 3.07 78 0.79 15 0.2 50 6 2.3 2.3 27
HMEJ(DC) 100L 2.2 1390 5.16 80 0.81 30 0.2 65 7 2.3 2.3 34
HMEJ(DC) 100L2 3 1410 6.78 82 0.82 30 0.2 65 7 2.3 2.3 38
HMEJ(DC) 112M 4 1410 8.8 84 0.82 40 0.25 90 7 2.3 2.3 48
HMEJ(DC) 132S 5.5 1435 11.7 85 0.83 75 0.25 90 7 2.3 2.3 71
HMEJ(DC) 132M 7.5 1440 15.6 87 0.84 75 0.25 150 7 2.3 2.3 83
HMEJ(DC) 160M 11 1440 22.3 88 0.84 150 0.35 150 7 2.2 2.3 128
HMEJ(DC) 160L 15 1460 30.1 89 0.85 150 0.35 150 7 2.2 2.3 142
HMEJ(DC) 180M 18.5 1470 35.9 91 0.86 200 0.35 150 8 2.2 2.3 184
HMEJ(DC) 180L 22 1470 42.6 91.3 0.86 200 0.35 150 8 2.2 2.3 197
HMEJ(DC) 200L 30 1470 57.4 92.4 0.86 300 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.3 264
HMEJ(DC) 225S 37 1480 69.6 92.9 0.87 300 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.3 303
HMEJ(DC) 225M 45 1480 84.3 93.3 0.87 400 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.3 337
HMEJ(DC) 71M1 0.18 850 0.74 56 0.66 4 0.2 18 4 1.9 2 9.5
HMEJ(DC) 71M2 0.25 850 0.95 59 0.68 4 0.2 18 4 1.9 2 11
HMEJ(DC) 80M1 0.37 885 1.3 62 0.7 7.5 0.2 30 4.7 1.9 2 17
HMEJ(DC) 80M2 0.55 885 1.79 65 0.72 7.5 0.2 30 4.7 1.9 2.1 19
HMEJ(DC) 90S 0.75 910 2.29 69 0.72 15 0.2 50 5.5 2 2.1 22
HMEJ(DC) 90L 1.1 910 3.18 72 0.73 15 0.2 50 5.5 2 2.1 26
HMEJ(DC) 100L 1.5 920 3.94 76 0.75 30 0.2 65 6.5 2 2.1 34
HMEJ(DC) 112M 2.2 935 5.6 79 0.76 40 0.25 90 6.5 2 2.1 42
HMEJ(DC) 132S 3 960 7.4 81 0.76 75 0.25 90 6.5 2.1 2.1 68
HMEJ(DC) 132M1 4 960 9.8 82 0.76 75 0.25 90 6.5 2.1 2.1 79
HMEJ(DC) 132M2 5.5 960 12.9 84 0.77 75 0.25 90 6.5 2.1 2.1 87
HMEJ(DC) 160M 7.5 970 17 86 0.77 150 0.35 150 6.5 2 2.1 122
HMEJ(DC) 160L 11 970 24.2 87 0.78 150 0.35 150 6.5 2 2.1 141
HMEJ(DC) 180L 15 979 31.5 89.2 0.81 200 0.35 150 7 2 2.1 195
HMEJ(DC) 200L1 18.5 970 38.4 90.3 0.81 300 0.45 200 7 2.1 2.1 217
HMEJ(DC) 200L2 22 970 44.5 90.4 0.83 300 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.1 240
HMEJ(DC) 225M 30 980 59.1 91.8 0.84 400 0.45 200 7 2 2.1 323
380V/50HZ  8POLE 750RPM
HMEJ(DC) 80M1 0.18 645 0.88 51 0.61 7.5 0.2 30 3.3 1.8 1.9 17
HMEJ(DC) 80M2 0.25 645 1.15 54 0.61 7.5 0.2 50 3.3 1.8 1.9 19
HMEJ(DC) 90S 0.37 670 1.49 62 0.61 15 0.2 50 4 1.8 1.9 23
HMEJ(DC) 90L 0.55 670 2.18 63 0.61 15 0.2 50 4 1.8 2 25
HMEJ(DC) 100L1 0.75 680 2.17 71 0.67 30 0.2 65 4 1.8 2 33
HMEJ(DC) 100L2 1.1 680 2.39 73 0.69 30 0.2 65 5 1.8 2 38
HMEJ(DC) 112M 1.5 690 4.5 75 0.69 40 0.25 90 5 1.8 2 50
HMEJ(DC) 132S 2.2 705 6 78 0.71 75 0.25 90 6 1.8 2 63
HMEJ(DC) 132M 3 705 7.9 79 0.73 75 0.25 90 6 1.8 2 79
HMEJ(DC) 160M1 4 720 10.3 81 0.73 150 0.35 150 6 1.9 2 118
HMEJ(DC) 160M2 5.5 720 13.6 83 0.74 150 0.35 150 6 2 2 119
HMEJ(DC) 160L 7.5 720 17.8 85.5 0.75 150 0.35 150 6 2 2 145
HMEJ(DC) 180L 11 730 25.1 87.8 0.76 300 0.35 150 6.6 2 2 193
HMEJ(DC) 200L 15 730 34 88.3 0.76 300 0.45 200 6.6 2 2 250
HMEJ(DC) 225S 18.5 730 40.9 90.4 0.76 300 0.45 200 6.6 1.9 2 261
HMEJ(DC) 225M 22 740 47.1 91 0.78 150 0.45 200 6.6 1.9 2 283

Features and Benefits: 
Efficiency Class:EFF2
Frame Size: H63-225
Poles:2,4,6,8 poles
Rated Power: 0.18-45KW
Rated Voltage: 220/380V,380/660V,230/400V,400V/690V
Frequency: 50HZ,60HZ
Protection Class: IP44,IP54,IP55
Insulation Class: B,F,H
Mounting Type:B3,B5,B14,B35multi and pad mounting
Ambient Temperature: -20~+40 °C
Altitude: ≤1000M

 

Pre-sale service.

1st.Let’s be honest with each other and make clear the situation of each customer first, then we can give best advice, because we’re over 30 years experience in electric motor .
2nd. I will give the details to each customer for reference, including the dimension,
performance, quality and price level.
 

In-sale service.

1st . We will tracking the production progress and quality, check the exact model and quantity 1 by 1 before delivering.
2nd. Lowest sea freight cost and best service. We’re cooperating with our forwarders over 8 years, so we can get best price and service for our each customer.
 

After-sale service.

1st. Tracking the shipment and inform the customer before the Arrival Date.
2nd. Check the goods together with our customers and tracking the quality during the use condition
3rd. We will charge all questions if you buy from me

Q1. Do you accept OEM order?
Yes, OEM Brand aluminum electric motor asynchronous induction motor are acceptable.

Q2. What’s your payment terms?
We accept T/T(30% down payment and 70% paid before delivery), Pay pal, Western union, and Money Gram.

Q3. What’s the minimum order quantity? How long is the delivery time?
Both MOQ and delivery time need to refer to the specific products. Usuall we deliver the motors in 10-45 days, please
contact our sales for details.

Q4. What’s the way of transportation?
Express, air and CHINAMFG shipments are all available.

Q5. Do you test all your goods before delivery?
A: Yes, we have 100% test before delivery
B. With more than 25 years experience in this filed, we have the ability to provide good service and products in low cost
C. Adequate inventory to make sure that our clients can obtain goods in a short period.

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Application: Universal, Industrial, Household Appliances
Operating Speed: Adjust Speed
Function: Control
Casing Protection: Protection Type
Number of Poles: 2.4.6.8
Type: Y2ej
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brake motor

How do brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment?

Brake motors play a crucial role in ensuring smooth and controlled movement in equipment by providing reliable braking functionality. They work in coordination with the motor and other control systems to achieve precise control over the motion of the equipment. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment:

  • Braking Capability: Brake motors are specifically designed to provide effective braking capability. When the power to the motor is cut off or when a braking signal is applied, the brake system engages, generating frictional forces that slow down and bring the equipment to a controlled stop. The brake torque generated by the motor helps prevent coasting or unintended movement, ensuring smooth and controlled deceleration.
  • Quick Response Time: Brake motors are engineered to have a quick response time, meaning that the brake engages rapidly once the control signal is applied. This quick response time allows for prompt and precise control over the movement of the equipment. By minimizing the delay between the initiation of the braking action and the actual engagement of the brake, brake motors contribute to smooth and controlled movement.
  • Adjustable Brake Torque: Brake motors often offer the ability to adjust the brake torque to suit the specific requirements of the equipment and application. The brake torque can be tailored to the load characteristics and operating conditions to achieve optimal braking performance. By adjusting the brake torque, brake motors ensure that the equipment decelerates smoothly and consistently, avoiding abrupt stops or jerky movements.
  • Brake Release Mechanisms: In addition to providing braking action, brake motors incorporate mechanisms to release the brake when the equipment needs to resume motion. These release mechanisms can be controlled manually or automatically, depending on the application. The controlled release of the brake ensures that the equipment starts moving smoothly and gradually, allowing for controlled acceleration.
  • Integration with Control Systems: Brake motors are integrated into the overall control systems of the equipment to achieve coordinated and synchronized movement. They work in conjunction with motor control devices, such as variable frequency drives (VFDs) or servo systems, to precisely control the speed, acceleration, and deceleration of the equipment. By seamlessly integrating with the control systems, brake motors contribute to the smooth and controlled movement of the equipment.
  • Compliance with Safety Standards: Brake motors are designed and manufactured in compliance with safety standards and regulations. They undergo rigorous testing and quality control measures to ensure reliable and consistent braking performance. By adhering to safety standards, brake motors help prevent sudden or uncontrolled movements that could pose a safety risk and ensure the equipment operates within acceptable limits.

By providing effective braking capability, quick response time, adjustable brake torque, release mechanisms, integration with control systems, and compliance with safety standards, brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment. They enable precise control over the deceleration, stopping, and starting of the equipment, enhancing operational efficiency, safety, and overall performance.

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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.

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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.

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editor by CX 2024-03-28

China supplier Yej Electromagnetic Brake Premium High Efficiency Three Phase Induction AC Electric Asynchronous Motor Available with Hot selling

Product Description

YEJ series electromagnetic brake motors have the same appearance, mounting dimension, insulation grade, protection class, way of cooling, structure and installation type, work condition, rated voltage and rated frequency as Y series (IP54) motors. This product is used in various machines which require fast stop, accurate positioning and back/forth movements.

Way of Braking: non excitation brake
The rated voltage of the electromagnetic brake is DC99V for power≤3kw, or DC170V for power≥4kw.

 

ZheJiang CHINAMFG Electromechanical Technology Co., Ltd, (originally ZHangZhoug Yinda) can date back to the year of 1992. Located in Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Hi-Tech Zone of ZheJiang Province, China, the company takes an area of 16,000 sqm with near 200 employees. The factory is equipped with complete series of production lines and equipment. And the annual output value is around 30 million US dollars.

Hilair specializes in the design and development of AC motors, such as IE1, IE2, IE3, IE4 series, cast iron and aluminum housing, AC & DC braked motors, variable frequency motors, grinding machine motors, etc.

Products have been exported to all over the world with the best prices and high quality.

We always insist on the principle of “people oriented, scientific and technological innovation”. We look CHINAMFG to your long term cooperation.

Q1 Are you a manufacturer or a trading company?
      We are a manufacturer of AC asynchronous motors in China.
Q2 Where is your factory?
      Xihu (West Lake) Dis., ZheJiang province.
Q3 What is your terms of payment ?
      Payment=1000USD, 30% T/T in advance , balance before shippment.
Q4 What about delivery time?
       Normally, 30 days after the receipt of payment.
Q5 About shipment?
      By sea, By air and By express delivery.
Q6 About sample?
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Application: Industrial
Operating Speed: Constant Speed
Number of Stator: Three-Phase
Species: Yej
Rotor Structure: Squirrel-Cage
Casing Protection: Closed Type
Samples:
US$ 50/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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How do brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment?

Brake motors play a crucial role in ensuring smooth and controlled movement in equipment by providing reliable braking functionality. They work in coordination with the motor and other control systems to achieve precise control over the motion of the equipment. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment:

  • Braking Capability: Brake motors are specifically designed to provide effective braking capability. When the power to the motor is cut off or when a braking signal is applied, the brake system engages, generating frictional forces that slow down and bring the equipment to a controlled stop. The brake torque generated by the motor helps prevent coasting or unintended movement, ensuring smooth and controlled deceleration.
  • Quick Response Time: Brake motors are engineered to have a quick response time, meaning that the brake engages rapidly once the control signal is applied. This quick response time allows for prompt and precise control over the movement of the equipment. By minimizing the delay between the initiation of the braking action and the actual engagement of the brake, brake motors contribute to smooth and controlled movement.
  • Adjustable Brake Torque: Brake motors often offer the ability to adjust the brake torque to suit the specific requirements of the equipment and application. The brake torque can be tailored to the load characteristics and operating conditions to achieve optimal braking performance. By adjusting the brake torque, brake motors ensure that the equipment decelerates smoothly and consistently, avoiding abrupt stops or jerky movements.
  • Brake Release Mechanisms: In addition to providing braking action, brake motors incorporate mechanisms to release the brake when the equipment needs to resume motion. These release mechanisms can be controlled manually or automatically, depending on the application. The controlled release of the brake ensures that the equipment starts moving smoothly and gradually, allowing for controlled acceleration.
  • Integration with Control Systems: Brake motors are integrated into the overall control systems of the equipment to achieve coordinated and synchronized movement. They work in conjunction with motor control devices, such as variable frequency drives (VFDs) or servo systems, to precisely control the speed, acceleration, and deceleration of the equipment. By seamlessly integrating with the control systems, brake motors contribute to the smooth and controlled movement of the equipment.
  • Compliance with Safety Standards: Brake motors are designed and manufactured in compliance with safety standards and regulations. They undergo rigorous testing and quality control measures to ensure reliable and consistent braking performance. By adhering to safety standards, brake motors help prevent sudden or uncontrolled movements that could pose a safety risk and ensure the equipment operates within acceptable limits.

By providing effective braking capability, quick response time, adjustable brake torque, release mechanisms, integration with control systems, and compliance with safety standards, brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment. They enable precise control over the deceleration, stopping, and starting of the equipment, enhancing operational efficiency, safety, and overall performance.

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How do brake motors contribute to the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling?

Brake motors play a crucial role in enhancing the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling operations. They provide several advantages that improve the overall performance and productivity of these systems. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors contribute to the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling:

  • Precise Control: Brake motors offer precise control over the movement of conveyor systems. The braking mechanism allows for quick and accurate stopping, starting, and positioning of the conveyor belt or other material handling components. This precise control ensures efficient operation, minimizing the time and effort required to handle materials and reducing the risk of damage or accidents.
  • Speed Regulation: Brake motors can regulate the speed of conveyor systems, allowing operators to adjust the conveying speed according to the specific requirements of the materials being handled. This speed control capability enables efficient material flow, optimizing production processes and preventing bottlenecks or congestion. It also contributes to better synchronization with upstream or downstream processes, improving overall system efficiency.
  • Load Handling: Brake motors are designed to handle varying loads encountered in material handling applications. They provide the necessary power and torque to move heavy loads along the conveyor system smoothly and efficiently. The braking mechanism ensures safe and controlled stopping even with substantial loads, preventing excessive wear or damage to the system and facilitating efficient material transfer.
  • Energy Efficiency: Brake motors are engineered for energy efficiency, contributing to cost savings and sustainability in material handling operations. They are designed to minimize energy consumption during operation by optimizing motor efficiency, reducing heat losses, and utilizing regenerative braking techniques. Energy-efficient brake motors help lower electricity consumption, resulting in reduced operating costs and a smaller environmental footprint.
  • Safety Enhancements: Brake motors incorporate safety features that enhance the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling by safeguarding personnel and equipment. They are equipped with braking systems that provide reliable stopping power, preventing unintended motion or runaway loads. Emergency stop functionality adds an extra layer of safety, allowing immediate halting of the system in case of emergencies or hazards, thereby minimizing the potential for accidents and improving overall operational efficiency.
  • Reliability and Durability: Brake motors are constructed to withstand the demanding conditions of material handling environments. They are designed with robust components and built-in protection features to ensure reliable operation even in harsh or challenging conditions. The durability of brake motors reduces downtime due to motor failures or maintenance issues, resulting in improved system efficiency and increased productivity.
  • Integration and Automation: Brake motors can be seamlessly integrated into automated material handling systems, enabling efficient and streamlined operations. They can be synchronized with control systems and sensors to optimize material flow, automate processes, and enable efficient sorting, routing, or accumulation of items. This integration and automation capability enhances system efficiency, reduces manual intervention, and enables real-time monitoring and control of the material handling process.
  • Maintenance and Serviceability: Brake motors are designed for ease of maintenance and serviceability, which contributes to the overall efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling operations. They often feature modular designs that allow quick and easy replacement of components, minimizing downtime during maintenance or repairs. Accessible lubrication points, inspection ports, and diagnostic features simplify routine maintenance tasks, ensuring that the motors remain in optimal working condition and maximizing system uptime.

By providing precise control, speed regulation, reliable load handling, energy efficiency, safety enhancements, durability, integration with automation systems, and ease of maintenance, brake motors significantly contribute to the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling operations. Their performance and features optimize material flow, reduce downtime, enhance safety, lower operating costs, and improve overall productivity in a wide range of industries and applications.

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What are the key components of a typical brake motor system?

A typical brake motor system consists of several key components that work together to provide controlled stopping and holding capabilities. These components are carefully designed and integrated to ensure the efficient operation of the brake motor. Here’s a detailed explanation of the key components of a typical brake motor system:

1. Electric Motor: The electric motor is the primary component of the brake motor system. It converts electrical energy into mechanical energy to drive the rotation of the equipment. The motor provides the necessary power and torque to perform the desired work. It can be an AC (alternating current) motor or a DC (direct current) motor, depending on the specific application requirements.

2. Braking Mechanism: The braking mechanism is a crucial component of the brake motor system that enables controlled stopping of the rotating equipment. It consists of various types of brakes, such as electromagnetic brakes or spring-loaded brakes. The braking mechanism engages when the power to the motor is cut off or the motor is de-energized, creating friction or applying pressure to halt the rotation.

3. Brake Coil or Actuator: In brake motors with electromagnetic brakes, a brake coil or actuator is employed. The coil generates a magnetic field when an electrical current passes through it, attracting the brake disc or plate and creating braking force. The coil is energized when the motor is powered, and it de-energizes when the power is cut off, allowing the brake to engage and stop the rotation.

4. Brake Disc or Plate: The brake disc or plate is a key component of the braking mechanism. It is attached to the motor shaft and rotates with it. When the brake engages, the disc or plate is pressed against a stationary surface, creating friction and stopping the rotation of the motor shaft. The material composition and design of the brake disc or plate are optimized for efficient braking performance.

5. Control System: Brake motor systems often incorporate a control system that enables precise control over the braking process. The control system allows for adjustable braking torque, response time, and braking profiles. It may include control devices such as switches, relays, or electronic control units (ECUs). The control system ensures the desired level of control and facilitates the integration of the brake motor system with other machinery or automation systems.

6. Power Supply: A reliable power supply is essential for the operation of the brake motor system. The power supply provides electrical energy to the motor and the brake mechanism. It can be a mains power supply or a dedicated power source, depending on the specific requirements of the application and the motor’s power rating.

7. Mounting and Housing: Brake motors are typically housed in a sturdy enclosure that protects the components from environmental factors, such as dust, moisture, or vibration. The housing also provides mounting points for the motor and facilitates the connection of external devices or machinery. The design of the mounting and housing ensures the stability and safety of the brake motor system.

8. Optional Accessories: Depending on the application, a brake motor system may include optional accessories such as temperature sensors, shaft encoders, or position sensors. These accessories provide additional functionality and feedback, allowing for advanced control and monitoring of the brake motor system.

These are the key components of a typical brake motor system. The integration and interaction of these components ensure controlled stopping, load holding, and precise positioning capabilities, making brake motors suitable for a wide range of industrial applications.

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editor by CX 2024-01-03