China Hot selling Z4 DC Motor for Rolling Mill Machine Direct Current Motor supplier

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Z4 Series Steel Rolling Mill Extruder DC motor

Z4 Series DC Motor are dominant products of our factory. The Industry DC motors products are found wide use for prime mover in various in various machinery, Sucha as Z4 Series DC Motor
Electric Motor
Steel mill DC motor in metallurgical industry, Metal cutting machine tool, Paper making, Print textile, Peinting and dyeing, Cement-making, Plastic extruding machine woodwork machine etc.

 Z4 SERIES DC MOTOR

 

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Working Conditions:

1, Alititude above sea level maximal 1000m

2, Cooling air temperature maximal 40’C

3, Ambient conditions for motors should be free from acidic, Alkali fumes or other aggressive gases which corrode insulation

4, Armature and field circuit for motors may be either operated on static thyristor controlled supplies. Or from DC generator

5, Performances of motors all comply with state standard GB755 fUNDAMENTAL TECHNICAL RULES FOR ELECTRSCAL MACHINES

 Motor Frame: IEC Z4-100~Z4-450

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Products performance:

 Motor Frame: IEC Z4-100~Z4-450

Output(KW): 2.2kW~1400kW

Rated Voltage(V): The sandard rated voltage of this series motors are 160V or 440V, Values for 220V or 400V or other voltage may be derived on request

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Excitation Type: Separate excitation is the basic excitation type of this series motors, Nominal field voltage:180V, Other excitation voltage are also acceptable on request. To assure the reliablity of insulation of excitation system, The motor must be protected againse self-indued voltages by a release resistor connected in parallel with the field winding when the excitation circuit of the motor is interrupted, At rated field winding resistance(cold). While the field voltage is higher than nominal voltage, The value of shunt resistance may be lower than seven-times fields resistance. Otherwise higher than seven-times.

Raged Speed(rpm): 3000, 1000, 750, 600, 500, 400, 300, 200r/m. Total 9 grades.

Insulation Class: CLASS F

Protection Class: IP23 and IP44 is adopted for the mtoors protections of this series

Mounting Type: IMB3, IM35

Duty: Continuous working system(S1) is applied

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Methods of Cooling: IC06, IC17, IC37 and ICW37A86, Other types of protection and cooling required by customers can be negotiated.

Modes of cooling for all the Z4 DC motor are separate cooling, Force ventilated, Cooling by frame radially mounted, Spearately powered Ventilating fan, And attached with an air filter, Modes of cooling for motors may be made into 3 types, Namely IC06, IC17, IC37

A, Z4-100~Z4-160 the blower is mounted on the non-drive side

B, Z4-180~Z4-450 the blower is mounted on drive side

 

     
A B C D E F GA DG EA FA GC H K AB AC AD HD L L1 h1
Z4-100-1 160 318 63 24 50 8 27 24 50 8 27 100 12 197 234 179 398 500 580 10
Z4-100-2 358 540 620
Z4-112/2-1 190 337 70 28 60 8 31 28 60 8 31 112 12 221 255 202 452 544 612 10
Z4-112/2-2 367 574 642
Z4-112/2-3 407 614 682
Z4-112/2-4 477 684 752
Z4-112/4-1 190 347 70 32 80 10 35 32 80 10 35 112 12 221 255 202 452 573 642 10
Z4-112/4-2 387 613 682
Z4-112/4-3 437 663 732
Z4-112/4-4 497 723 792
Z4-132-1 216 355 89 38 80 10 41 38 80 10 41 132 12 260 295 240 527 619 814 12
Z4-132-2 405 669 864
Z4-132-3 465 729 924
Z4-132-4 545 809 1004
Z4-160-11 254 411 108 48 110 14 515 48 110 14 515 160 15 316 346 283 625 744 953 14
Z4-160-12 476 809 986
Z4-160-21 451 784 993
Z4-160-22 516 849 1026
Z4-160-31 501 834 1043
Z4-160-32 566 899 1076
Z4-160-41 561 894 1103
Z4-160-42 626 959 1136
Z4-160-51 631 964 1173
Z4-160-52 696 1571 1206
Z4-180-11 279 436 121 55 110 16 59 55 110 16 59 180 15 356 390 305 731 794 1571 16
Z4-180-12 501 859 1089
Z4-180-21 476 834 1062
Z4-180-22 541 899 1127
Z4-180-31 526 884 1112
Z4-180-32 591 949 1177
Z4-180-41 586 944 1172
Z4-180-42 651 1009 1237
Z4-180-51 656 1014 1242
Z4-180-52 721 1079 1307
Z4-200-11 318 566 133 65 140 18 69 65 140 18 69 200 19 396 430 355 779 977 1158 18
Z4-200-12 614 1571 1206
Z4-200-21 606 1017 1198
Z4-200-22 654 1065 1246
Z4-200-31 686 1097 1278
Z4-200-32 734 1145 1326
Z4-200-41 756 1167 1340
Z4-200-42 804 1215 1396
Z4-225-11 356 701 149 75 140 20 795 75 140 20 795 225 19 440 474 398 981 1140 1605 20
Z4-225-12 761 1200 1665
Z4-225-21 751 1190 1655
Z4-225-22 811 1250 1715
Z4-225-31 811 1250 1715
Z4-225-32 871 1310 1775
Z4-250-11 406 715 168 85 170 22 90 75 140 20 795 250 24 490 524 432 1031 1225 1657 25
Z4-250-12 775 1285 1717
Z4-250-21 765 1275 1707
Z4-250-22 825 1335 1767
Z4-250-31 825 1335 1767
Z4-250-32 885 1395 1827
Z4-250-41 895 1405 1837
Z4-250-42 955 1465 1897
Z4-280-11 457 762 190 95 170 25 100 85 170 22 90 280 24 550 584 462 1130 1315 1748 25
Z4-280-12 852 1405 1838
Z4-280-21 822 1375 1808
Z4-280-22 912 1465 1898
Z4-280-31 892 1445 1878
Z4-280-32 982 1535 1968
Z4-280-41 972 1525 1958
Z4-280-42 1062 1615 2048
Z4-280-51 1062 1615 2048
Z4-280-52 1152 1705 2138
Z4-315-091 508 817 216 100 210 28 106 95 170 25 100 315 28 620 654 497 1221 1462 1827 30
Z4-315-092 907 1552 1917
Z4-315-11 887 1532 1897
Z4-315-12 977 1622 1987
Z4-315-21 967 1612 1977
Z4-315-22 1057 1702 2067
Z4-315-31 1057 1702 2067
Z4-315-32 1147 1792 2157
Z4-315-41 1157 1802 2167
Z4-315-42 1247 1892 2257
Z4-355-081 610 818 254 110 210 28 116 110 210 28 116 335 28 700 734 701 1301 1539 1860 30
Z4-355-082 908 1629 1950
Z4-355-091 888 1609 1930
Z4-355-092 978 1699 2571
Z4-355-11 968 1689 2571
Z4-355-12 1058 1779 2100
Z4-355-21 1058 1779 2100
Z4-355-22 1148 1869 2190
Z4-355-31 1158 1879 2200
Z4-355-32 1248 1969 2290
Z4-355-41 1268 1989 2310
Z4-355-42 1358 2079 2400
Z4-400-11 686 959 280 120 210 32 127 120 210 32 127 400 35 790 830 750 1620 1732 1817 35
Z4-400-12 1079 1852 1937
Z4-400-21 1039 1812 1897
Z4-400-22 1159 1932 2017
Z4-400-31 1129 1902 1987
Z4-400-32 1249 2571 2107
Z4-400-41 1229 2002 2087
Z4-400-42 1349 2122 2207
Z4-450-11 800 1061 315 140 250 36 148 140 250 36 148 450 35 890 924 800 1720 1944 2050 40
Z4-450-12 1181 2064 2070
Z4-450-21 1151 2034 2140
Z4-450-22 1271 2154 2260
Z4-450-31 1251 2134 2240
Z4-450-32 1371 160 300 40 169 2254 2360
Z4-450-41 1361 2294 2350
Z4-450-42 1481 2414 2470
Z4-450-51 1481 2414 2470
Z4-450-52 1601 2534 2590

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Application: Universal, Industrial, Power Tools
Operating Speed: Constant Speed
Excitation Mode: Excited
Function: Driving
Casing Protection: Open Type
Number of Poles: 2,4,6,8,10,12
Customization:
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What are the main components of a DC motor, and how do they contribute to its functionality?

A DC (Direct Current) motor consists of several key components that work together to enable its functionality. Each component plays a crucial role in the operation of the motor. Here’s a detailed explanation of the main components of a DC motor and their contributions:

1. Stator:

The stator is the stationary part of the motor. It typically consists of permanent magnets or electromagnets that produce a fixed magnetic field. The stator’s magnetic field interacts with the rotor’s magnetic field to generate the required torque for motor rotation. The stator provides the foundation for the motor’s magnetic field and contributes to its overall stability and efficiency.

2. Rotor:

The rotor is the rotating part of the motor and is connected to the motor’s output shaft. It contains coils or windings that carry the armature current. The rotor’s windings interact with the stator’s magnetic field, resulting in the generation of a mechanical force that causes the rotor to rotate. The rotor’s movement is responsible for converting electrical energy into mechanical motion, enabling the motor to perform its intended function.

3. Armature:

The armature is the core of the rotor that holds the armature windings. The armature windings are typically made of copper wire and are evenly spaced around the armature. When a current passes through the armature windings, a magnetic field is created around them. This magnetic field interacts with the stator’s magnetic field, resulting in the generation of a torque that drives the rotor’s rotation. The armature is a critical component that facilitates the conversion of electrical energy into mechanical energy.

4. Commutator:

The commutator is a cylindrical ring attached to the rotor shaft. It consists of multiple segments, usually made of copper, that are insulated from each other. The commutator plays a vital role in the DC motor’s operation by providing the necessary electrical connections to the armature windings. As the rotor spins, the brushes make physical contact with different commutator segments, effectively reversing the direction of the current in the armature windings at the appropriate timing. This reversal of current flow ensures that the torque generated in the armature windings is always in the same direction, allowing for continuous rotation of the rotor.

5. Brushes:

The brushes are stationary contacts that make physical contact with the commutator segments. They are typically made of carbon or graphite and provide electrical connections to the armature windings. The brushes supply the current to the armature windings through the commutator, allowing for the creation of the magnetic field necessary for motor operation. The brushes need to maintain proper contact with the commutator to ensure efficient electrical transmission and reliable motor performance.

6. Housing or Frame:

The housing or frame of the DC motor encloses and supports all the internal components. It provides structural integrity, protects the motor from external elements, and helps dissipate heat generated during operation. The housing or frame also serves as a mounting point for the motor, allowing it to be securely installed in various applications.

By understanding the main components of a DC motor and their contributions, one can gain insights into how each part works together harmoniously to achieve the desired motor functionality.

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How is the efficiency of a DC motor determined, and what factors can affect it?

In a DC (Direct Current) motor, efficiency refers to the ratio of the motor’s output power (mechanical power) to its input power (electrical power). It is a measure of how effectively the motor converts electrical energy into mechanical work. The efficiency of a DC motor can be determined by considering several factors that affect its performance. Here’s a detailed explanation of how the efficiency of a DC motor is determined and the factors that can influence it:

The efficiency of a DC motor is calculated using the following formula:

Efficiency = (Output Power / Input Power) × 100%

1. Output Power: The output power of a DC motor is the mechanical power produced at the motor’s shaft. It can be calculated using the formula:

Output Power = Torque × Angular Speed

The torque is the rotational force exerted by the motor, and the angular speed is the rate at which the motor rotates. The output power represents the useful work or mechanical energy delivered by the motor.

2. Input Power: The input power of a DC motor is the electrical power supplied to the motor. It can be calculated using the formula:

Input Power = Voltage × Current

The voltage is the electrical potential difference applied to the motor, and the current is the amount of electrical current flowing through the motor. The input power represents the electrical energy consumed by the motor.

Once the output power and input power are determined, the efficiency can be calculated using the formula mentioned earlier.

Several factors can influence the efficiency of a DC motor:

1. Copper Losses:

Copper losses occur due to the resistance of the copper windings in the motor. These losses result in the conversion of electrical energy into heat. Higher resistance or increased current flow leads to greater copper losses and reduces the efficiency of the motor. Using thicker wire for the windings and minimizing resistance can help reduce copper losses.

2. Iron Losses:

Iron losses occur due to magnetic hysteresis and eddy currents in the motor’s iron core. These losses result in the conversion of electrical energy into heat. Using high-quality laminated iron cores and minimizing magnetic flux variations can help reduce iron losses and improve efficiency.

3. Friction and Windage Losses:

Friction and windage losses occur due to mechanical friction between moving parts and air resistance. These losses result in the conversion of mechanical energy into heat. Proper lubrication, efficient bearing systems, and aerodynamically optimized designs can help minimize friction and windage losses.

4. Brush and Commutator Losses:

In brushed DC motors, brush and commutator losses occur due to the friction and electrical resistance at the brush-commutator interface. These losses result in the conversion of electrical energy into heat. Using high-quality brushes and commutators, reducing brush voltage drop, and minimizing the number of commutator segments can help reduce these losses.

5. Magnetic Field Design:

The design of the magnetic field in the motor significantly affects its efficiency. Optimizing the magnetic field for the specific application, such as selecting appropriate magnet materials or designing efficient electromagnets, can improve the motor’s efficiency.

6. Motor Load:

The load on the motor, including the torque and speed requirements, can impact its efficiency. Operating the motor close to its optimal load conditions or utilizing speed control techniques, such as pulse width modulation (PWM), can help improve efficiency by reducing unnecessary power consumption.

7. Motor Size and Construction:

The size and construction of the motor can influence its efficiency. Properly sizing the motor for the intended application and optimizing the design for reduced losses, improved cooling, and efficient heat dissipation can enhance overall efficiency.

It’s important to note that the efficiency of a DC motor is typically highest at or near its rated load conditions. Deviating significantly from the rated load can result in reduced efficiency.

In summary, the efficiency of a DC motor is determined by comparing the output power to the input power. Factors such as copper losses, iron losses, friction and windage losses, brush and commutator losses, magnetic field design, motor load, and motor size and construction can all influence the efficiency of a DC motor. By considering and optimizing these factors, the overall efficiency of the motor can be improved.

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Can DC motors be used in robotics, and if so, what are some notable applications?

Yes, DC (Direct Current) motors can be used in robotics, and they are widely employed in various robotic applications. DC motors offer several advantages that make them suitable for robotic systems, including their controllability, compact size, and versatility. Here’s a detailed explanation of how DC motors are used in robotics and some notable applications:

DC Motors in Robotics:

DC motors are commonly used in robotics due to their ability to provide precise speed control and torque output. They can be easily controlled by adjusting the voltage applied to the motor, allowing for accurate and responsive motion control in robotic systems. Additionally, DC motors can be designed in compact sizes, making them suitable for applications with limited space and weight constraints.

There are two main types of DC motors used in robotics:

  1. DC Brushed Motors: These motors have a commutator and carbon brushes that provide the electrical connection to the rotating armature. They are relatively simple in design and cost-effective. However, they may require maintenance due to brush wear.
  2. DC Brushless Motors: These motors use electronic commutation instead of brushes, resulting in improved reliability and reduced maintenance requirements. They are often more efficient and offer higher power density compared to brushed motors.

Notable Applications of DC Motors in Robotics:

DC motors find applications in various robotic systems across different industries. Here are some notable examples:

1. Robotic Manipulators: DC motors are commonly used in robotic arms and manipulators to control the movement of joints and end-effectors. They provide precise control over position, speed, and torque, allowing robots to perform tasks such as pick-and-place operations, assembly, and material handling in industrial automation, manufacturing, and logistics.

2. Mobile Robots: DC motors are extensively utilized in mobile robots, including autonomous vehicles, drones, and rovers. They power the wheels or propellers, enabling the robot to navigate and move in different environments. DC motors with high torque output are particularly useful for off-road or rugged terrain applications.

3. Humanoid Robots: DC motors play a critical role in humanoid robots, which aim to replicate human-like movements and capabilities. They are employed in various joints, including those of the head, arms, legs, and hands, allowing humanoid robots to perform complex movements and tasks such as walking, grasping objects, and facial expressions.

4. Robotic Exoskeletons: DC motors are used in robotic exoskeletons, which are wearable devices designed to enhance human strength and mobility. They provide the necessary actuation and power for assisting or augmenting human movements, such as walking, lifting heavy objects, and rehabilitation purposes.

5. Educational Robotics: DC motors are popular in educational robotics platforms and kits, including those used in schools, universities, and hobbyist projects. They provide a cost-effective and accessible way for students and enthusiasts to learn about robotics, programming, and control systems.

6. Precision Robotics: DC motors with high-precision control are employed in applications that require precise positioning and motion control, such as robotic surgery systems, laboratory automation, and 3D printing. The ability of DC motors to achieve accurate and repeatable movements makes them suitable for tasks that demand high levels of precision.

These are just a few examples of how DC motors are used in robotics. The flexibility, controllability, and compactness of DC motors make them a popular choice in a wide range of robotic applications, contributing to the advancement of automation, exploration, healthcare, and other industries.

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