Difference Between AC with DC Gear Motor

A wide range of AC motors. There are many types of motors. AC motors can also be divided into low-speed and high-speed. Low-speed motors can be called low-speed motors and AC low-speed motors. High-speed motors can be called high-speed motors, high-speed motors, and AC high-speed motors. It is called the electric spindle, high-speed electric spindle and so on.

A geared motor refers to an integrated body of a reducer and a motor (motor), which is also commonly referred to as a gear motor or a gear motor. It is integrated and assembled by a professional reducer manufacturer and then supplied as a complete set with the motor. The gear reducer motor is based on the ordinary DC motor, plus a matching gear reducer. The role of the gear reducer is to provide lower speed and larger torque, and at the same time, different reduction ratios of the gearbox can provide different speeds and torques, which improves the use of DC motors in the automation industry.

Difference Between AC with DC Gear Motor

The difference between AC geared motor and DC geared motor:

The geared motor is a gearbox set on the output end of the motor, which is the integration of the motor and the reducer. The AC geared motor and the DC geared motor are the two types of geared motor according to the working power supply.

Motors are used in a wide variety of applications. According to the speed, the motor itself can be divided into a low-speed motor and a high-speed motor; according to the use, it can be divided into a driving motor and a control motor. But no matter what kind of motor, there is a rated speed and torque. To adjust the speed, a dedicated controller or governor is required, which invisibly adds a layer of cost, and the performance of the motor after speed regulation will be reduced to varying degrees. Geared motors can perfectly solve this problem.

DC geared motors, especially brushless DC motors, have good speed control properties. As such, they tend to be the first choice in scenarios that require tight shift control. However, in terms of speed control,100W-3.7kW AC geared motors have become so good that they can already compare the performance of DC geared motors.

The other factor that affects the selection of geared motors is maintenance. Compared with the DC gear motor, the AC geared motor has a simple structure and is easy to maintain. And in terms of price, the AC geared motor is cheaper than the DC geared motor with 3000 rpm.

In general, AC geared motors are generally used in industry. The DC gear motor is used more in life. Most industrial gear motors use AC motors, usually fixed-speed motors. In terms of function selection, the AC motor runs stably, and the DC gear motor has a strong overload capacity.

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