500w 1000w 2000w 1500rpm high torque brushless servo 48v dc motor

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$300.00 - $500.00 / Units | 1 Unit/Units (Min. Order)
Voltage(V):
48V
Output Power:
500-2000W
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Quick Details
Place of Origin:
Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
Volcano Electric
Model Number:
VOL-BL500A48
Usage:
Boat, Car, Electric Bicycle, Fan, Home Appliance, Shell Eco-marathon Competition Car
Certification:
CCC, CE, ROHS, UL
Type:
brushless DC motor
Torque:
2.38Nm
Construction:
Permanent Magnet
Commutation:
Brushless
Protect Feature:
Waterproof
Speed(RPM):
1500RPM
Continuous Current(A):
5.66A
Efficiency:
IE 3
Housing:
Aluminum Frame
Speed Range:
1500rpm
Material:
Permanent Magnets
Controller:
Customized, Optional
Braker:
Optional
Insulation Class:
Class F
Enclosure:
IP54
Poles:
2P, 4P, 6P, 8P...
Wire:
100% copper
Buty:
S1 (continuous)
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
10000 Unit/Units per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
500w 1000w 2000w 1500rpm high torque brushless servo motor 48v ac motor
Packing: Standard sea or air package will be perfectly protected in the delivery.
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Motor type
Output
Voltage
Load
Speed
Rated Torque
Efficiency
KW
V
A
RPM
N.m
%
VOL-BL075B48
0.75
48
16.98
3000
2.39
92
VOL-BL1K0C48
1
48
24.5
2500
3.82
85
VOL-BL1K2C24
1.2
24
63.3
4200
2.73
79
VOL-BL1K2C36
1.2
36
39.7
2270
5.05
84
VOL-BL1K5C24
1.5
24
73.5
2590
5.53
85
VOL-BL1K5C72
1.5
72
23.5
3200
4.48
89

 

 

 

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Q:Motor has been running then fails to start,what to do?
A:Likely cause: Fuse or circuit breaker is tripped. 

      What to do: Replace the fuse or reset the breaker.

 

     Likely cause: Armature is shorted. Motor may make a humming noise and the circuit breaker or fuse will trip.
     What to do: Disassemble motor and inspect the armature for a burnt coil. Inspect the commutator for burnt bars. If this condition exists, the motor needs to be replaced.

 

     Likely cause: The brushes may be worn down too far and no longer make contact with the commutator.
     What to do: Check the brushes to make sure that they are still making contact with the commutator. Contact manufacturer for brushes.

 

      Likely cause: Controller may be defective.
      What to do: Verify voltage is coming out of the controller.

 

Q: On initial installation, motor fails to start up,what to do?
A: Likely cause: Motor is incorrectly wired
     What to do: Verify that the motor is wired correctly.

 

     Likely cause: No output power from controller.
     What to do: Measure voltage coming from the controller.

 

     Likely cause: Motor is damaged and the armature is rubbing against the magnets.
     What to do: Disassemble motor and see if the armature can be realigned by reassembly. Motor may have to be replaced.

 

Q:  Motor takes too long to accelerate,what to do?
A:  Likely cause: Motor controller not properly set.
     What to do: Adjust the acceleration trim pot of the controller.

 

     Likely cause: Brushes are worn.
     What to do: Verify brush length.

 

     Likely cause: Bearings may be defective.
     What to do: Inspect bearings. Noisy or rough bearings should be replaced.

 

Q:  Motor runs in the wrong direction,what to do?
A:  Likely cause: Incorrect wiring
     What to do: Interchange the two motor leads.

 

Q:  Motor runs OK but has a clicking noise,what to do?
A:  Likely cause: Suspect a burr on the commutator.
     What to do: Remove burr from commutator using a commutator stone.

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