Categories

Subtotal

View cart
Add products to your shopping cart
Show:

Filter

Sort By:
Items per page:
Show:
Description: Unlike DC motors, AC motors do not have the same torque across their speed range (similar to a car engine, nominal torque is measured at a certain RPM). Thus slow rotational speed means reduced torque. But in certain applications, AC motors controlled by an inverter drive have to have high torque even at slow speeds, all across the entire RPM range. The inverter drive then sends very powerful spikes of voltage and current to the motor to increase torque at slow rotational speeds. This severe electrical working regime calls for a motor with an increased inner insulation and special power cables.
Item ID
Item
Price
Quantity
Big_card_vertical
$403.91 Each
Free Shipping orders over $20
Big_card_vertical
$362.55 Each
Free Shipping orders over $20
Big_card_vertical
$317.87 Each
Free Shipping orders over $20
Big_card_vertical
Big_card_vertical
$1,777.12 Each
Free Shipping orders over $20
Big_card_vertical
$1,269.45 Each
Free Shipping orders over $20
Big_card_vertical
$431.66 Each
Free Shipping orders over $20
Big_card_vertical
$1,901.66 Each
Free Shipping orders over $20
Big_card_vertical
$1,057.11 Each
Free Shipping orders over $20
Big_card_vertical
$653.45 Each
Free Shipping orders over $20
Big_card_vertical
$2,302.80 Each
Free Shipping orders over $20
Big_card_vertical
$949.55 Each
Free Shipping orders over $20