Product Description

 
HMEJ (DC) Series Self-braking Electric Motor 
HMEJ (DC) Series Self-braking Electric Motor which is totally enclosed squirrel cage with additional DC brake of disk type. It has advantage of fast brake, simple structure, high reliability and good versatility. In additional, the brake has manual work releasing structure which is widely used in mechanical equipment and transmissions devices for various requirements of rapid stop and accurate positioning.
HMEJ (DC) Series Self-braking Electric Motor 
HMEJ (DC) Series Self-braking Electric Motor which is totally enclosed squirrel cage with additional DC brake of disk type. It has advantage of fast brake, simple structure, high reliability and good versatility. In additional, the brake has manual work releasing structure which is widely used in mechanical equipment and transmissions devices for various requirements of rapid stop and accurate positioning.

 

                Energizing Power Ist/In Tst/TN     
KW RPM A % CosΦ N.m S W       KG
380V/50HZ  2POLE 3000RPM
HMEJ(DC) 63M1 0.18 2720 0.53 65 0.8 4 0.2 18 5.5 2.2 2.2 12
HMEJ(DC) 63M1 0.25 2720 0.69 68 0.81 4 0.2 18 5.5 2.2 2.2 13
HMEJ(DC) 71M1 0.37 2740 0.99 70 0.81 4 0.2 18 6.1 2.2 2.2 14
HMEJ(DC) 71M2 0.55 2740 1.4 73 0.82 4 0.2 18 6.1 2.2 2.3 15
HMEJ(DC) 80M1 0.75 2845 1.83 75 0.83 7.5 0.2 30 6.1 2.2 2.3 17
HMEJ(DC) 80M2 1.1 2840 2.58 77 0.84 7.5 0.2 30 7 2.2 2.3 18
HMEJ(DC) 90S 1.5 2840 3.43 79 0.84 15 0.2 50 7 2.2 2.3 23
HMEJ(DC) 90L 2.2 2840 4.85 81 0.85 15 0.2 50 7 2.2 2.3 26
HMEJ(DC) 100L 3 2860 6.31 83 0.87 30 0.2 65 7.5 2.2 2.3 37
HMEJ(DC) 112M 4 2880 8.1 85 0.88 40 0.25 90 7.5 2.2 2.3 45
HMEJ(DC) 132S1 5.5 2900 11 86 0.88 75 0.25 90 7.5 2.2 2.3 69
HMEJ(DC) 132S2 7.5 2900 14.9 87 0.88 75 0.25 90 7.5 2.2 2.3 72
HMEJ(DC) 160M1 11 2930 21.3 88 0.89 150 0.35 150 7.5 2.2 2.3 120
HMEJ(DC) 160M2 15 2930 28.8 89 0.89 150 0.35 150 7.5 2.2 2.3 130
HMEJ(DC) 160L 18.5 2930 34.7 90 0.9 150 0.35 150 7.5 2.2 2.3 149
HMEJ(DC) 180M 22 2940 40.8 91 0.9 200 0.35 150 7.5 2 2.3 189
HMEJ(DC) 200L1 30 2950 55.3 91.6 0.9 300 0.45 200 7.5 2 2.3 243
HMEJ(DC) 200L2 37 2950 67.6 92.4 0.9 300 0.45 200 7.5 2 2.3 267
HMEJ(DC) 225M 45 2970 82 92.7 0.9 400 0.45 200 7.5 2 2.3 323
380V/50HZ  4POLE 1500RPM
HMEJ(DC) 63M1 0.12 1310 0.44 57 0.72 4 0.2 18 4.4 2.1 2.2 13
HMEJ(DC) 63M2 0.18 1310 0.62 60 0.73 4 0.2 18 4.4 2.1 2.2 14
HMEJ(DC) 71M1 0.25 1330 0.79 65 0.74 4 0.2 18 5.2 2.1 2.2 15
HMEJ(DC) 71M2 0.37 1330 1.12 67 0.75 4 0.2 18 5.2 2.1 2.2 16
HMEJ(DC) 80M1 0.55 1390 1.57 71 0.75 7.5 0.2 30 5.2 2.4 2.3 17
HMEJ(DC) 80M2 0.75 1390 2.03 73 0.76 7.5 0.2 30 6 2.3 2.3 18
HMEJ(DC) 90S 1.1 1380 2.89 75 0.77 15 0.2 50 6 2.3 2.3 22
HMEJ(DC) 90L 1.5 1390 3.07 78 0.79 15 0.2 50 6 2.3 2.3 27
HMEJ(DC) 100L 2.2 1390 5.16 80 0.81 30 0.2 65 7 2.3 2.3 34
HMEJ(DC) 100L2 3 1410 6.78 82 0.82 30 0.2 65 7 2.3 2.3 38
HMEJ(DC) 112M 4 1410 8.8 84 0.82 40 0.25 90 7 2.3 2.3 48
HMEJ(DC) 132S 5.5 1435 11.7 85 0.83 75 0.25 90 7 2.3 2.3 71
HMEJ(DC) 132M 7.5 1440 15.6 87 0.84 75 0.25 150 7 2.3 2.3 83
HMEJ(DC) 160M 11 1440 22.3 88 0.84 150 0.35 150 7 2.2 2.3 128
HMEJ(DC) 160L 15 1460 30.1 89 0.85 150 0.35 150 7 2.2 2.3 142
HMEJ(DC) 180M 18.5 1470 35.9 91 0.86 200 0.35 150 8 2.2 2.3 184
HMEJ(DC) 180L 22 1470 42.6 91.3 0.86 200 0.35 150 8 2.2 2.3 197
HMEJ(DC) 200L 30 1470 57.4 92.4 0.86 300 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.3 264
HMEJ(DC) 225S 37 1480 69.6 92.9 0.87 300 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.3 303
HMEJ(DC) 225M 45 1480 84.3 93.3 0.87 400 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.3 337
HMEJ(DC) 71M1 0.18 850 0.74 56 0.66 4 0.2 18 4 1.9 2 9.5
HMEJ(DC) 71M2 0.25 850 0.95 59 0.68 4 0.2 18 4 1.9 2 11
HMEJ(DC) 80M1 0.37 885 1.3 62 0.7 7.5 0.2 30 4.7 1.9 2 17
HMEJ(DC) 80M2 0.55 885 1.79 65 0.72 7.5 0.2 30 4.7 1.9 2.1 19
HMEJ(DC) 90S 0.75 910 2.29 69 0.72 15 0.2 50 5.5 2 2.1 22
HMEJ(DC) 90L 1.1 910 3.18 72 0.73 15 0.2 50 5.5 2 2.1 26
HMEJ(DC) 100L 1.5 920 3.94 76 0.75 30 0.2 65 6.5 2 2.1 34
HMEJ(DC) 112M 2.2 935 5.6 79 0.76 40 0.25 90 6.5 2 2.1 42
HMEJ(DC) 132S 3 960 7.4 81 0.76 75 0.25 90 6.5 2.1 2.1 68
HMEJ(DC) 132M1 4 960 9.8 82 0.76 75 0.25 90 6.5 2.1 2.1 79
HMEJ(DC) 132M2 5.5 960 12.9 84 0.77 75 0.25 90 6.5 2.1 2.1 87
HMEJ(DC) 160M 7.5 970 17 86 0.77 150 0.35 150 6.5 2 2.1 122
HMEJ(DC) 160L 11 970 24.2 87 0.78 150 0.35 150 6.5 2 2.1 141
HMEJ(DC) 180L 15 979 31.5 89.2 0.81 200 0.35 150 7 2 2.1 195
HMEJ(DC) 200L1 18.5 970 38.4 90.3 0.81 300 0.45 200 7 2.1 2.1 217
HMEJ(DC) 200L2 22 970 44.5 90.4 0.83 300 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.1 240
HMEJ(DC) 225M 30 980 59.1 91.8 0.84 400 0.45 200 7 2 2.1 323
380V/50HZ  8POLE 750RPM
HMEJ(DC) 80M1 0.18 645 0.88 51 0.61 7.5 0.2 30 3.3 1.8 1.9 17
HMEJ(DC) 80M2 0.25 645 1.15 54 0.61 7.5 0.2 50 3.3 1.8 1.9 19
HMEJ(DC) 90S 0.37 670 1.49 62 0.61 15 0.2 50 4 1.8 1.9 23
HMEJ(DC) 90L 0.55 670 2.18 63 0.61 15 0.2 50 4 1.8 2 25
HMEJ(DC) 100L1 0.75 680 2.17 71 0.67 30 0.2 65 4 1.8 2 33
HMEJ(DC) 100L2 1.1 680 2.39 73 0.69 30 0.2 65 5 1.8 2 38
HMEJ(DC) 112M 1.5 690 4.5 75 0.69 40 0.25 90 5 1.8 2 50
HMEJ(DC) 132S 2.2 705 6 78 0.71 75 0.25 90 6 1.8 2 63
HMEJ(DC) 132M 3 705 7.9 79 0.73 75 0.25 90 6 1.8 2 79
HMEJ(DC) 160M1 4 720 10.3 81 0.73 150 0.35 150 6 1.9 2 118
HMEJ(DC) 160M2 5.5 720 13.6 83 0.74 150 0.35 150 6 2 2 119
HMEJ(DC) 160L 7.5 720 17.8 85.5 0.75 150 0.35 150 6 2 2 145
HMEJ(DC) 180L 11 730 25.1 87.8 0.76 300 0.35 150 6.6 2 2 193
HMEJ(DC) 200L 15 730 34 88.3 0.76 300 0.45 200 6.6 2 2 250
HMEJ(DC) 225S 18.5 730 40.9 90.4 0.76 300 0.45 200 6.6 1.9 2 261
HMEJ(DC) 225M 22 740 47.1 91 0.78 150 0.45 200 6.6 1.9 2 283

Features and Benefits: 
Efficiency Class:EFF2
Frame Size: H63-225
Poles:2,4,6,8 poles
Rated Power: 0.18-45KW
Rated Voltage: 220/380V,380/660V,230/400V,400V/690V
Frequency: 50HZ,60HZ
Protection Class: IP44,IP54,IP55
Insulation Class: B,F,H
Mounting Type:B3,B5,B14,B35multi and pad mounting
Ambient Temperature: -20~+40 °C
Altitude: ≤1000M

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Application: Universal, Industrial, Household Appliances
Operating Speed: Adjust Speed
Function: Control
Casing Protection: Protection Type
Number of Poles: 2
Type: Hmej(DC)
Samples:
US$ 59/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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brake motor

What safety precautions should be followed when working with brake motors?

Working with brake motors requires adherence to specific safety precautions to ensure the well-being of personnel and the proper functioning of the equipment. Brake motors involve electrical components and potentially hazardous mechanical operations, so it is essential to follow established safety guidelines. Here’s a detailed explanation of the safety precautions that should be followed when working with brake motors:

  • Qualified Personnel: Only trained and qualified individuals should be allowed to work with brake motors. They should have a thorough understanding of electrical systems, motor operation, and safety procedures. Proper training ensures that personnel are familiar with the specific risks associated with brake motors and know how to handle them safely.
  • Power Isolation: Before performing any maintenance or repair tasks on a brake motor, it is crucial to isolate the power supply to the motor. This can be achieved by disconnecting the power source and following lockout/tagout procedures to prevent accidental re-energization. Power isolation eliminates the risk of electric shock and allows safe access to the motor without the danger of unexpected startup.
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): When working with brake motors, appropriate personal protective equipment should be worn. This may include safety glasses, gloves, protective clothing, and hearing protection, depending on the specific hazards present. PPE helps safeguard against potential hazards such as flying debris, electrical shocks, and excessive noise, providing an additional layer of protection for personnel.
  • Proper Ventilation: Adequate ventilation should be ensured when working with brake motors, especially in indoor environments. Ventilation helps dissipate heat generated by the motor and prevents the buildup of potentially harmful fumes or gases. Proper ventilation reduces the risk of overheating and improves air quality, creating a safer working environment.
  • Safe Lifting and Handling: Brake motors can be heavy and require proper lifting and handling techniques to prevent injuries. When moving or installing a motor, personnel should use appropriate lifting equipment, such as cranes or hoists, and follow safe lifting practices. It is important to avoid overexertion, use proper body mechanics, and seek assistance when necessary to prevent strains or accidents.
  • Protection Against Moving Parts: Brake motors may have rotating or moving parts that pose a risk of entanglement or crushing injuries. Guards and protective covers should be in place to prevent accidental contact with these hazardous areas. Personnel should never reach into or attempt to adjust the motor while it is in operation or without proper lockout/tagout procedures in place.
  • Maintenance and Inspection: Regular maintenance and inspection of brake motors are essential for their safe and reliable operation. Maintenance tasks should only be performed by qualified personnel following manufacturer recommendations. Before conducting any maintenance or inspection, the motor should be properly isolated and de-energized. Visual inspections, lubrication, and component checks should be carried out according to the motor’s maintenance schedule to identify and address any potential issues before they escalate.
  • Follow Manufacturer Guidelines: It is crucial to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations when working with brake motors. This includes adhering to installation procedures, operating instructions, and maintenance practices specified by the manufacturer. Manufacturers provide specific safety instructions and precautions that are tailored to their equipment, ensuring safe and efficient operation when followed meticulously.
  • Training and Awareness: Ongoing training and awareness programs should be implemented to keep personnel updated on safety practices and potential hazards associated with brake motors. This includes providing clear instructions, conducting safety meetings, and promoting a safety-conscious culture. Personnel should be encouraged to report any safety concerns or incidents to ensure continuous improvement of safety measures.

By following these safety precautions, personnel can mitigate risks and create a safer working environment when dealing with brake motors. Adhering to proper procedures, using appropriate PPE, ensuring power isolation, practicing safe lifting and handling, protecting against moving parts, conducting regular maintenance and inspections, and staying informed about manufacturer guidelines are all crucial steps in maintaining a safe and efficient work environment when working with brake motors.

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How does a brake motor enhance safety in industrial and manufacturing settings?

In industrial and manufacturing settings, brake motors play a crucial role in enhancing safety by providing reliable braking and control mechanisms. These motors are specifically designed to address safety concerns and mitigate potential risks associated with rotating machinery and equipment. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors enhance safety in industrial and manufacturing settings:

1. Controlled Stopping: Brake motors offer controlled stopping capabilities, allowing for precise and predictable deceleration of rotating machinery. This controlled stopping helps prevent abrupt stops or sudden changes in motion, reducing the risk of accidents, equipment damage, and injury to personnel. By providing smooth and controlled stopping, brake motors enhance safety during machine shutdowns, emergency stops, or power loss situations.

2. Emergency Stop Functionality: Brake motors often incorporate emergency stop functionality as a safety feature. In case of an emergency or hazardous situation, operators can activate the emergency stop function to immediately halt the motor and associated machinery. This rapid and reliable stopping capability helps prevent accidents, injuries, and damage to equipment, providing an essential safety measure in industrial environments.

3. Load Holding Capability: Brake motors have the ability to hold loads in position when the motor is not actively rotating. This load holding capability is particularly important for applications where the load needs to be securely held in place, such as vertical lifting mechanisms or inclined conveyors. By preventing unintended movement or drift of the load, brake motors ensure safe operation and minimize the risk of uncontrolled motion that could lead to accidents or damage.

4. Overload Protection: Brake motors often incorporate overload protection mechanisms to safeguard against excessive loads. These protection features can include thermal overload protection, current limiters, or torque limiters. By detecting and responding to overload conditions, brake motors help prevent motor overheating, component failure, and potential hazards caused by overburdened machinery. This protection enhances the safety of personnel and prevents damage to equipment.

5. Failsafe Braking: Brake motors are designed with failsafe braking systems that ensure reliable braking even in the event of power loss or motor failure. These systems can use spring-loaded brakes or electromagnetic brakes that engage automatically when power is cut off or when a fault is detected. Failsafe braking prevents uncontrolled motion and maintains the position of rotating machinery, reducing the risk of accidents, injury, or damage during power interruptions or motor failures.

6. Integration with Safety Systems: Brake motors can be integrated into safety systems and control architectures to enhance overall safety in industrial settings. They can be connected to safety relays, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), or safety-rated drives to enable advanced safety functionalities such as safe torque off (STO) or safe braking control. This integration ensures that the brake motor operates in compliance with safety standards and facilitates coordinated safety measures across the machinery or production line.

7. Compliance with Safety Standards: Brake motors are designed and manufactured in compliance with industry-specific safety standards and regulations. These standards, such as ISO standards or Machinery Directive requirements, define the safety criteria and performance expectations for rotating machinery. By using brake motors that meet these safety standards, industrial and manufacturing settings can ensure a higher level of safety, regulatory compliance, and risk mitigation.

8. Operator Safety: Brake motors also contribute to operator safety by reducing the risk of unintended movement or hazardous conditions. The controlled stopping and load holding capabilities of brake motors minimize the likelihood of unexpected machine behavior that could endanger operators. Additionally, the incorporation of safety features like emergency stop buttons or remote control options provides operators with convenient means to stop or control the machinery from a safe distance, reducing their exposure to potential hazards.

By providing controlled stopping, emergency stop functionality, load holding capability, overload protection, failsafe braking, integration with safety systems, compliance with safety standards, and operator safety enhancements, brake motors significantly enhance safety in industrial and manufacturing settings. These motors play a critical role in preventing accidents, injuries, and equipment damage, contributing to a safer working environment and ensuring the well-being of personnel.

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What industries and applications commonly use brake motors?

Brake motors find wide-ranging applications across various industries that require controlled stopping, load holding, and precise positioning. Here’s a detailed overview of the industries and applications commonly using brake motors:

1. Material Handling: Brake motors are extensively used in material handling equipment such as cranes, hoists, winches, and conveyors. These applications require precise control over the movement of heavy loads, and brake motors provide efficient stopping and holding capabilities, ensuring safe and controlled material handling operations.

2. Elevators and Lifts: The vertical movement of elevators and lifts demands reliable braking systems to hold the load in position during power outages or when not actively driving the movement. Brake motors are employed in elevator systems to ensure passenger safety and prevent unintended movement or freefall of the elevator car.

3. Machine Tools: Brake motors are used in machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, drilling machines, and grinders. These applications often require precise positioning and rapid stopping of rotating spindles or cutting tools. Brake motors provide the necessary control and safety measures for efficient machining operations.

4. Conveyor Systems: Conveyor systems in industries like manufacturing, logistics, and warehouses utilize brake motors to achieve accurate control over the movement of goods. Brake motors enable smooth acceleration, controlled deceleration, and precise stopping of conveyor belts, ensuring proper material flow and minimizing the risk of collisions or product damage.

5. Crushers and Crushers: In industries such as mining, construction, and aggregates, brake motors are commonly used in crushers and crushers. These machines require rapid and controlled stopping to prevent damage caused by excessive vibration or unbalanced loads. Brake motors provide the necessary braking force to halt the rotation of crusher components quickly.

6. Robotics and Automation: Brake motors play a vital role in robotics and automation systems that require precise movement control and positioning. They are employed in robotic arms, automated assembly lines, and pick-and-place systems to achieve accurate and repeatable movements, ensuring seamless operation and high productivity.

7. Printing and Packaging: Brake motors are utilized in printing presses, packaging machines, and labeling equipment. These applications require precise control over the positioning of materials, accurate registration, and consistent stopping during printing or packaging processes. Brake motors ensure reliable performance and enhance the quality of printed and packaged products.

8. Textile Machinery: Brake motors are commonly found in textile machinery such as spinning machines, looms, and textile printing equipment. These applications demand precise control over yarn tension, fabric movement, and position holding. Brake motors offer the necessary braking force and control for smooth textile manufacturing processes.

9. Food Processing: Brake motors are employed in food processing equipment, including mixers, slicers, extruders, and dough handling machines. These applications require precise control over mixing, slicing, and shaping processes, as well as controlled stopping to ensure operator safety and prevent product wastage.

These are just a few examples, and brake motors are utilized in numerous other industries and applications where controlled stopping, load holding, and precise positioning are essential. The versatility and reliability of brake motors make them a preferred choice in various industrial sectors, contributing to enhanced safety, productivity, and operational control.

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