Product Description

AC Gear Motor
2 RK 10 R C C F G10
Outer Diameter Motor Type Power Capacity Speed Motor Votalge Output Shaft Shape Accessories Derived Code
2 – 60mm
3 – 70mm
4 – 80mm
5 – 90mm
6 – 100mm
IK – Induction
RK – Reversible
TK – Torque
6 – 6W
15 – 15W
40 – 40W
60 – 60W
90 – 90W
120 – 120W
140 – 140W
180 – 180W
200 – 200W
250 – 250W
R   A -1 Phase 110V
C – 1 Phase 220V
C2 – 1 Phase 110V/220V
S – 3 Phase 220V
S2 – 3 Phase 220V/380V
S3 – 3 Phase 380V
S4 – 3 Phase 440V
SS3 – 3 Phase 220V/380V
A – Round Shaft
C – Toothed Shaft 
T/P – Thermally Protected
F – Fan
M – Electro-manetic
Z – Damping
Dimension
Shaft Length

AC Gear Box
3 GN 15 K G12 T
Outer Diameter Motor Shaft Shape Gear Ratio Bearing Model Output Shaft Diameter Installation Method
2 – 60mm
3 – 70mm
4 – 80mm
5 – 90mm
6 – 104mm
GN – Bevel Gear Shaft
GU – Bevel Gear Shaft
GS – Strengthen T-shaped installation
GZ – Right-angle gearbox
GM – Intermediate gearbox
15 – 1:15 K – Standard Rolling Bearings
RT – Right Angle
RC – Right Angle Hollow
G12 –  Ф12mm L – Screw Hole
T – Through Hole

Specifications of Motor
Motor Type Motor Model No. Description Rating Start Condenser Gear Model No.
Cylindncal
Output Shaft
Pinion Cut
Output Shaft
Force Peripheral Wave No. Valtage Current Start Turning Moment Turning Moment Revolving No. Capacity Resistance Voltage Pairing Bearing Middle Gear
( W ) ( Hz ) ( V ) ( A ) ( gcm ) ( gcm ) ( rpm ) ( uF ) ( V )
Rerersible Motor 3RK10A-A  3RK10GN-A 10 50 110 0.30 700 812 1200 4 250 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 110 0.27 550 650 1500 3
3RK10A-C 3RK10GN-C 50 220 0.15 700 812 1200 1 500 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 220 0.135 550 650 1500 0.8
3RK15A-A  3RK15GN-A 15 50 110 0.40 1350 1200 1200 6 250 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 110 0.36 1050 9350 1500 5
3RK15A-C 3RK15GN-C 50 220 0.20 1350 1200 1200 1.5 500 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 220 0.18 1050 9350 1500 1.2
3RK20A-A  3RK20GN-A 20 50 110 0.50 1750 1600 1200 7 250 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 110 0.45 1380 1250 1500 6
3RK20A-C 3RK20GN-C 50 220 0.25 1750 1600 1200 1.8 500 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 220 0.23 1380 1250 1500 1.5
3RK30A-A 3RK30GN-A 30 50 110 0.80 2700 2450 1200 14 250 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 110 0.70 2150 1950 1500 12
3RK30A-C 3RK30GN-C 50 220 0.40 2700 2450 1200 3.5 500 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 220 0.35 2150 1950 1500 3
Induction Motor 3IK10A-A 31K10GN-A 10 50 110 0.30 700 812 1200 4 250 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 110 0.27 550 650 1500 3
3IK10A-C 31K10GN-C 50 220 0.15 700 812 1200 1 500 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 220 0.135 550 650 1500 0.8
3IK15A-A 3IK15GN-A 10 50 110 0.38 1200 1200 1200 5 250 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 110 0.35 9350 9350 1500 4
3IK15A-C 3IK15GN-C 50 220 0.19 1200 1200 1200 1.2 500 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 220 0.17 9350 9350 1500 1
3IK20A-A 3IK20GN-A 25 50 110 0.65 2200 2350 1200 8 250 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 110 0.60 1500 1625 1500 7
3IK20A-C 3IK20GNC 50 220 0.32 2200 2350 1200 2 500 3GN-K 3GN10X
60 220 0.30 1500 1625 1500 1.8
External Dimension
Type Reduction Ratio L1(mm) L2(mm) L3(mm)
3IK(RK)10A(GN) 1:3 ~ 1:20 73 32 105
3IK(RK)15/20A(GN) 80 32 112
3IK(RK)25/30A(GN) 92 32 124
3IK(RK)10A(GN) 1:25 ~ 1:180 73 42 115
3IK(RK)15/20A(GN) 80 42 122
3IK(RK)25/30A(GN) 92 42 134
Gear Head-Torque Table (kg.cm) 
 ( kg.cm x 9.8 ÷ 100 ) = N.m
 r/min 500 300 200 150 120 100 75 60 50 30 20 15 10 7.5 6 5 3
Gear Redcution Ratio 50Hz 3 5 7.5 10 12.5 15 20 25 30 50 75 100 150 200 250 300 500
60Hz 3.6 6 9   15 18   30 36 60 90 120 180   300 360 600
Permissible Load 10W kg.cm 1.7 2.7 4.2 5.5 6.8 8.3 11 13.5 16 26 40 50 50 50 50 50 50
15W kg.cm 2.4 4 6 8 10 12 16 19 23 39 50 50 50 50 50 50 50
20W kg.cm 3.2 5.3 8 10.5 13.3 16 21.3 25.3 31 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50
25W kg.cm 4 6.7 10 13.3 16 20 26.7 32 39 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50
30W kg.cm 4.8 8 12 16 20 24 32 38 46 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50
Note: Speed figures are based on synchronous speed, the actual output speed, under rated torque conditions, is about 10~20% less than synchronous speed.
Grey background indicates: output shaft of geared motor rotates in the same direction as output shaft of motor
White background indicates: rotation in the opposite direction

FAQ
Q: How about your company?
A: We are a gear motor factory established in 1995 and located in HangZhou city of china. 
     We have more than 1200 workers. Our main product is AC micro gear motor 6W to 250W, 
     AC small gear motor 100W to 3700W, brush DC motor 10W to 400W, brushless motor10W to 750W,
     drum motor 60W to 3700W, planetary gearbox,and worm gearbox,etc.

Q: How about your quality control?
A: From raw material to finished products, we have strict and complete IPQC. 
     And the advanced test-ing machine can assure of qualified products delivered.

Q: How to choose a suitable motor?
A: If you have gear motor pictures or drawings to show us, 
    or you tell us detailed specs like volt-age, speed, torque, motor size, the working model of the motor, needed lifetime and noise level, etc. 
    please do not hesitate to let us know, then we can suggest a suitable motor per your request.

Q: Can you make the gear motor with customizing specifications?
A: Yes, we can customize per your request for the voltage, speed, torque, and shaft size and shape. 
     if you need additional wires or cables soldered on the terminal or need to add connectors, or capacitors, or EMC we can make it too.

Q: What’s your lead time?
A: Usually our regular standard product will need 10-15days, a bit longer for customized products. 
     But we are very flexible on the lead time, it will depend on the specific orders.

Q: What is your MOQ?
A: If delivered by sea, the minimum order is 100 pieces, if deliver by express, there is no limit.

Q: Do you have the item in stock?
A: l am sorry we do not have the item in stock, All products are made with orders.

Q: How to contact us?
A: You can send us an inquiry.

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Application: Industrial
Speed: Constant Speed
Number of Stator: Single-Phase
Function: Driving, Control
Casing Protection: Protection Type
Number of Poles: 4
Customization:
Available

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brake motor

Are there any emerging trends in brake motor technology, such as digital control?

Yes, there are emerging trends in brake motor technology that are shaping the future of this field. One such trend is the adoption of digital control systems, which offer several advantages over traditional control methods. These advancements in digital control are revolutionizing brake motor technology and unlocking new possibilities for improved performance, efficiency, and integration within industrial processes. Here’s a detailed explanation of the emerging trends in brake motor technology, including the shift towards digital control:

  • Digital Control Systems: Digital control systems are becoming increasingly prevalent in brake motor technology. These systems utilize advanced microprocessors, sensors, and software algorithms to provide precise control, monitoring, and diagnostics. Digital control enables enhanced motor performance, optimized energy efficiency, and improved operational flexibility. It allows for seamless integration with other digital systems, such as programmable logic controllers (PLCs) or industrial automation networks, facilitating intelligent and interconnected manufacturing processes.
  • Intelligent Motor Control: The integration of digital control systems with brake motors enables intelligent motor control capabilities. These systems use sensor feedback and real-time data analysis to dynamically adjust motor parameters, such as speed, torque, and braking force, based on the changing operating conditions. Intelligent motor control optimizes motor performance, minimizes energy consumption, and enhances overall system efficiency. It also enables predictive maintenance by continuously monitoring motor health and providing early warnings for potential faults or failures.
  • Network Connectivity and Industry 4.0: Brake motors are increasingly designed to be part of interconnected networks in line with the principles of Industry 4.0. With digital control systems, brake motors can be connected to industrial networks, enabling real-time data exchange, remote monitoring, and control. This connectivity facilitates centralized monitoring and management of multiple brake motors, improves system coordination, and enables predictive analytics for proactive decision-making. It also allows for seamless integration with other smart devices and systems, paving the way for advanced automation and optimization in manufacturing processes.
  • Condition Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance: Digital control systems in brake motors enable advanced condition monitoring and predictive maintenance capabilities. Sensors integrated into the motor can collect data on parameters such as temperature, vibration, and load conditions. This data is processed and analyzed in real-time, allowing for early detection of potential issues or performance deviations. By implementing predictive maintenance strategies, manufacturers can schedule maintenance activities more efficiently, reduce unplanned downtime, and optimize the lifespan and reliability of brake motors.
  • Energy Efficiency Optimization: Digital control systems provide enhanced opportunities for optimizing energy efficiency in brake motors. These systems can intelligently adjust motor parameters based on load demand, operating conditions, and energy consumption patterns. Advanced algorithms and control techniques optimize the motor’s energy usage, reducing power wastage and maximizing overall energy efficiency. Digital control also enables integration with energy management systems, allowing for better monitoring and control of energy consumption across the entire manufacturing process.
  • Data Analytics and Machine Learning: The integration of digital control systems with brake motors opens up possibilities for leveraging data analytics and machine learning techniques. By collecting and analyzing large volumes of motor performance data, manufacturers can gain valuable insights into process optimization, fault detection, and performance trends. Machine learning algorithms can be applied to identify patterns, predict motor behavior, and optimize control strategies. This data-driven approach enhances decision-making, improves productivity, and enables continuous improvement in manufacturing processes.

In summary, emerging trends in brake motor technology include the adoption of digital control systems, intelligent motor control, network connectivity, condition monitoring, predictive maintenance, energy efficiency optimization, and data analytics. These trends are driving innovation in brake motor technology, improving performance, efficiency, and integration within manufacturing processes. As digital control becomes more prevalent, brake motors are poised to play a vital role in the era of smart manufacturing and industrial automation.

brake motor

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.

brake motor

What is a brake motor and how does it operate?

A brake motor is a type of electric motor that incorporates a mechanical braking system. It is designed to provide both motor power and braking functionality in a single unit. The brake motor is commonly used in applications where rapid and precise stopping or holding of loads is required. Here’s a detailed explanation of what a brake motor is and how it operates:

A brake motor consists of two main components: the electric motor itself and a braking mechanism. The electric motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy to drive a load. The braking mechanism, usually located at the non-drive end of the motor, provides the necessary braking force to stop or hold the load when the motor is turned off or power is cut off.

The braking mechanism in a brake motor typically employs one of the following types of brakes:

  1. Electromagnetic Brake: An electromagnetic brake is the most common type used in brake motors. It consists of an electromagnetic coil and a brake shoe or armature. When the motor is powered, the electromagnetic coil is energized, creating a magnetic field that attracts the brake shoe or armature. This releases the brake and allows the motor to rotate and drive the load. When the power is cut off or the motor is turned off, the electromagnetic coil is de-energized, and the brake shoe or armature is pressed against a stationary surface, creating friction and stopping the motor’s rotation.
  2. Mechanical Brake: Some brake motors use mechanical brakes, such as disc brakes or drum brakes. These brakes employ friction surfaces, such as brake pads or brake shoes, which are pressed against a rotating disc or drum attached to the motor shaft. When the motor is powered, the brake is disengaged, allowing the motor to rotate. When the power is cut off or the motor is turned off, a mechanical mechanism, such as a spring or a cam, engages the brake, creating friction and stopping the motor’s rotation.

The operation of a brake motor involves the following steps:

  1. Motor Operation: When power is supplied to the brake motor, the electric motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy, which is used to drive the load. The brake is disengaged, allowing the motor shaft to rotate freely.
  2. Stopping or Holding: When the power is cut off or the motor is turned off, the braking mechanism is engaged. In the case of an electromagnetic brake, the electromagnetic coil is de-energized, and the brake shoe or armature is pressed against a stationary surface, creating friction and stopping the motor’s rotation. In the case of a mechanical brake, a mechanical mechanism engages the brake pads or shoes against a rotating disc or drum, creating friction and stopping the motor’s rotation.
  3. Release and Restart: To restart the motor, power is supplied again, and the braking mechanism is disengaged. In the case of an electromagnetic brake, the electromagnetic coil is energized, releasing the brake shoe or armature. In the case of a mechanical brake, the mechanical mechanism disengages the brake pads or shoes from the rotating disc or drum.

Brake motors are commonly used in applications that require precise stopping or holding of loads, such as cranes, hoists, conveyors, machine tools, and elevators. The incorporation of a braking system within the motor eliminates the need for external braking devices or additional components, simplifying the design and installation process. Brake motors enhance safety, efficiency, and control in industrial applications by providing reliable and rapid braking capabilities.

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editor by CX 2024-05-14