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RS-390/395H

RS-390/395H

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ModelVoltageNo LoadAt Maximum EfficiencyStall
Current Speed CurrentSpeedTorqueOutputCurrentTorque
VARPMARPMg·cmWAg·cm
RS-390SHC2-45242.60.6276733.09639178.745.1715.40471.30
RS-390SH-3849R120.35156502.7713897177.6825.3821.951586.28
RS-395PHV-1898RB120.06739530.37334178.852.712.02509.28
RS-395SHVC2-13130U120.0636500.21284545.391.320.74205.81

 

FAQs

What parameter information is needed for motor evaluation?

Customers need to clearly provide the performance and shape requirements of the product (different shapes determine the size of the space, which will be directly related to the performance that different specifications can achieve such as torque values are different). Performance requirements include operating voltage, rated load, rated speed and other parameters, and appearance requirements include the maximum installation size, shaft size, terminal direction and so on.

In addition, if the customer has other more detailed requirements such as current limits, working environment, service life and EMC standards can also be provided together, which will help us to carry out a more accurate and comprehensive assessment to ensure that the final product can meet the customer's individual needs.

Does the motor have a detailed service life in Kinmore?

The service life of a motor will vary significantly depending on the model, material, and operating environment, including temperature, humidity, duty cycle, input power, and how the motor is coupled to the load. We usually need to ensure that the change of current, speed and torque of the motor in the running state is kept within the range of ±30% of the initial set value When we do the electrical life test.

If you can specify the specific requirements and working conditions, we will conduct a detailed assessment to determine which motor model best meets your needs.

Can you provide other additional spare parts for the motor?

Yes, our company not only provides motor, but also provides leads, gears, worm gear, connectors, encoders and other spare parts customization.

What are the noise levels of your motors and do you have noiseless ones?

Our motor noise control is at the leading level in the industry;

Usually, we define the noise level of the motor (in dB) based on the background noise and the measurement distance.

Noise is divided into two categories: mechanical noise and electrical noise. Mechanical noise is mainly related to the structure of the motor itself and the running speed of the motor (generally speaking, the faster the speed, the greater the noise), while electrical noise mainly comes from the sparks generated by the friction between the brush and the commutator.

Currently, there is no noiseless motor in the motor industry. We will improve the design to make the noise of the motor reach the level required by customers.

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