Single-Phase Brake Motor

Single-Phase Brake Motor


HP: 1/3HP-2HP

Pole: 4P

Frame: 56C

Enclosure: TEFC

IP Class: IP44

Service Factor: 1.15

Apply to braking requirement situations, such as: sudden parking, elevator, windlass, etc

CSA&CUS,UL certified

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Company Advantage

1. Cixi Waylead Electric Motor Manufacturing Co.,Ltd is located in Cixi City, Zhejiang Province, China, close to the famous international ports Shanghai and Ningbo. The economic and technical conditions are superior, and the transportation is convenient.

2. Cixi Waylead is a professional Single-Phase Brake Motor Suppliers and Single-Phase Brake Motor company with rich industry experience. We can make "tailor-made" Single-Phase Brake Motor according to the requirements of different customers. All our motors are exported to the United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, etc. Motors are widely used in woodworking, air compressors, blowers, fans, water pumps, hydraulic pumps, etc.

3. All our oem Single-Phase Brake Motor and commercial processors have passed CSA & CUS certification, and some motors also have UL certification. The three-phase high-efficiency super-efficiency motor has passed the certification of Canada and the United States Department of Energy in 2007 and 2010.

4. On-site quality and production are managed by "6S". Implement ISO9001 international quality management system standards. Waylead has won the favor of many well-known international buyers with its excellent quality, reasonable price, punctual delivery and good service. Waylead looks forward to working with you in the near future!


Industry Knowledge Extension

How to deal with the heat generated by Single-Phase Brake Motor during braking?

The heat generated by the Single-Phase Brake Motor during braking is an important issue that needs to be properly handled, because excessive temperature will affect the performance and life of the motor. Here are a few ways to deal with the heat generated during braking on a Single-Phase Brake Motor:
Thermal design:
There are usually heat sinks and heat sinks designed inside the motor to increase the heat dissipation area and help heat dissipation.
Some high-performance brake motors may use a liquid cooling system that circulates coolant to remove heat.
Ventilation design:
The motor casing will be designed with ventilation holes or cooling fans to ensure air circulation and help dissipate heat.
In closed environments, such as inside machines or control cabinets, it is necessary to ensure that there is sufficient space for ventilation and heat dissipation.
Control braking time and frequency:
Reducing unnecessary braking operations or shortening the braking time can reduce heat generation.
If possible, braking time and frequency can be optimized through programming or control logic.
Use appropriate braking resistor:
For motors using resistor braking, choosing the appropriate value of the braking resistor is very important to control heat generation. A resistor value that is too small will cause excessive current flow and excessive heat generation.
Monitor temperature:
Install a temperature sensor on the motor to monitor the motor temperature in real time.
When the temperature exceeds a certain threshold, the control system can automatically reduce the braking intensity or stop braking to prevent overheating.
Maintenance and cleaning:
Clean the motor surface and cooling holes regularly to ensure there are no dust or debris blocking them.
Check your motor's heat sink and fan regularly to make sure they are in good condition.
Installation location and environment:
Install the motor in an environment with good ventilation and suitable temperature, and avoid direct sunlight and high temperature environment.
If the motor needs to work in a high-temperature environment, you can choose a high-temperature-resistant motor model or take additional heat dissipation measures.
By comprehensively applying the above methods, the heat generated by the Single-Phase Brake Motor during the braking process can be effectively dealt with, ensuring the normal operation of the motor and extending its service life.