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Meet IntelliGreen®, a line of electronically commutated brushless motors developed for industries that want the promise of reliability and unparalleled quality. Boasting efficiencies of up to 90%, these EC motors have become the preferred choice for numerous industries, including food production and HVAC.View IntelliGreen® Products
Our Cactus® EC motors have a reputation for excellence for companies unwilling to sacrifice quality. Delivering efficiencies up to 83%, Cactus can replace PSC and EC motors in pump and HVAC applications while shrinking your carbon footprint.View Cactus® Products
Our Phoenix™ sensorless high-speed motors will go above and beyond when velocity is critical to your success. It’s a low-profile EC motor that’s designed for use in high RPM, direct drive applications.View Phoenix™ Products
Featuring single and dual-shaft models, our TorqueSet® series EC motors are ready to deliver up to 90% efficiency. They’re trusted by industries where reliability is paramount, including food preparation, HVAC, and pump industries.View TorqueSet® Products
Any lingering questions about AC motors? We’ve got answers.
An AC motor is a type of electric motor that utilizes alternating current (AC) to generate mechanical energy. Also known as an induction motor, the system relies on magnetic fields generated by power currents to produce constant torque and rotation.
AC motors come in various shapes and sizes depending on the amount of power needed. They are popular in systems that require reliable performance and durability for consistent results.
An AC motor uses alternating current (AC) to create a rotating magnetic field. This concept is used in most electric motors but uses alternating current instead of direct current (DC).
An AC motor has two main parts: the stator and the rotor.
The stator is the outer part of the motor, made up of electrical windings and coils. When power is sent to the coils, it creates a rotating magnetic field that interacts with the rotor located within the stator. As the magnetic field changes, it produces a force that moves the rotor.
The rotation of the rotor creates mechanical energy, which can be used to power many different types of machinery or equipment.
AC motors are divided into two categories depending on the type of current they use: single-phase or three-phase.
Single-phase motors run on a standard household circuit and can be found in small appliances such as vacuum cleaners. For example, three-phase motors are used in more robust and industrial applications – pumps, compressors, and conveyor systems. They require a special three-phase electrical energy supply to operate.
Aside from power supply, AC motors may also use different rotors. Some AC motors use permanent magnet rotors, while others employ a wound-field or synchronous design for improved performance.
Most AC motors are asynchronous motors. This means their actual rotation speed is slightly less than the speed of the rotating magnetic field that drives them. Synchronous motors operate at a synchronous speed matching that of the rotating field. Synchronous motors are common in applications requiring constant speed at low power and high-efficiency levels.
AC motors are widely used due to their efficiency and reliable output. Some common examples include pumps, fans, high-performance blowers, compressors, conveyor systems, and machine tools. They can also be found in air cooling systems, household appliances, and industrial machinery.
AC motors have also become commonplace in the auto industry; electric cars and other forms of renewable transportation often utilize them to generate power.
AC motors use alternating current to generate energy, while DC motors use direct current. AC motors are typically used for applications requiring high torque at low speeds. This includes heavy machinery.
In contrast, systems like brushless DC motors are used for applications requiring high speed and precise control, such as electronic devices and robotics.
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