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Small AC motors are compatible with the voltage source making their operation and control very economical. AC motors work with simple on/off switching and reversible direction switching. AC motors can hold a load continuously and indefinitely without overheating. AC motors are brushless and the rotor is supported with long life bearings for continuous duty applications.
Applications for small motors include: Valves, dampers, stirs, mixers, rollers, conveyors, actuators, augers, turntables, electrical switch gear, electronic panels, laboratory equipment, medical devices, defense and military equipment, aerospace, chemical, food, agricultural, pharmaceutical, HVAC, exercise equipment, beverage and snack dispensing, gaming, coin changing, small machinery, office machines, small pumps, and flow control to name a few ideas.
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We offer AC gearmotors and actuators to provide simple connection to line voltages. Motors operate with single phase 24V to 240V such as shaded pole and induction motors. Split phase 208 – 230V induction motors, and 3-phase 208 – 230V induction motors are also available. AC gearmotors can be utilized as actuators; these motors can operate spring loaded doors, dampers, and other open/close type applications. AC motors can operate in a stalled position. Continuous operation motors solutions include conveyors, turn tables, stirs, mixers, augers, and rollers. Typical applications include agricultural equipment, air filtration, HVAC flow control, exercise equipment, food and beverage machines, ice dispensers, medical equipment, office machines, small pumps, electrical switch gear, and fluid valve actuation. AC motors with no reduction gearing are typically used for blowers, fans, pumps, and hydraulics.
AC fractional HP gearmotors are economical, high duty service, rugged gearing, available in low to high volume quantities with samples units available within a few days in many cases. The gearbox features can be easily customized for shafting choices, wiring and cabling configuration, connectors, brakes, clutches, fans, and other modifications.
For AC gearmotors up to 4,000 in.-lb. torque visit: http://www.klaubergear.com/
Synchronous motors work well as gearmotors offering additional torque. The permanent magnet type motor is a tin-can design with stamped steel housings. Generally the economical tin-can motors utilize lower torque spur type gearhead. These products are utilized where efficiency, constant speed, reversible direction, self-starting, dynamic braking, and very smooth low-noise operation are required. Starting torque and rapid acceleration is generally very good in these motors. Products are available in 50Hz, 60Hz, or 400Hz and work with 12V, 24V, 115V, 230V and other various voltages as required. The tin-can synchronous motors are configured with an internal impedance protection so the motor can remain stalled indefinitely making this a perfect solution for small actuators with bi-directional capability and hard limits. Typical applications include clocks, hour meters, recorders, turntables, platens, actuators, drums, stirs, office machines, medical and pharmacy equipment, irrigation and lighting controls, active locks, switches, and laboratory instrumentation.
For permanent magnet tin-can synchronous motors visit: http://www.nipponpulse.com/