China Professional 1.2kw 6n. M Three Phase AC Servo Motor (110ST-L060020A) vacuum pump oil

Product Description

Product characteristics
   Ultra-high intrinsic coercivity,; high temperature rare earth permanent,;magnet material,; strong resistance to magnetic energy.;Using electromagnetic design optimization,; aimost with the entire speed,;range constant torque output,;Sinusoidal magnet field design,; smooth low-speed torque high overload,; capability,;Class F insulation,; IP55 protection structure,; environmental applicability,; safe and reliable use.;

Technical Data

Technical Data
Frame size 60ST-L00630A 60ST-L01330A 60ST-L01930A 80ST-L01330A 80ST-L57130A 80ST-L03330A 90ST-L57130A 90ST-L5710A 90ST-L 0571 1A
Rated Voltage(3phase); 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V
Rated Power(kw); 0.;2 0.;4 0.;6 0.;4 0.;75 1 0.;75 0.;73 1
Rated Torque(N.;m); 0.;6 1.;3 1.;9 1.;3 2.;4 3.;3 2.;4 3.;5 4
Max Torque(N.;m); 1.;911 3.;8 5.;73 3.;9 7.;2 9.;9 7.;2 10.;5 12
Rated Speed(r/min); 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 2000 3000
Rated current(A); 1.;5 2.;8 3.;5 2.;6 4.;2 4.;5 3 3 4
V/Krpm 28 28 28 21.;05 22.;77 29.;27 51 67 60
Ω/phase 11.;6 5.;83 3.;49 1.;858 0.;901 1.;081 3.;2 4.;06 2.;69
mH/phase 22 12.;23 8.;47 11.;956 6.;552 8.;29 7 9.;7 6.;21
LA(mm); 106 131 154 135 160 181 152 175 185
Frame size 110ST-L57130A 110ST-L04030A 110ST-L05030A 110ST-L06571A 110ST-L06030A 130ST-L 0571 1A 130ST-L 0571 1A 130ST-L06571A 130-7720
Rated Voltage(3 phase); 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V
Rated Power(kw); 0.;6 1.;2 1.;5 1.;2 1.;6 1 1.;3 1.;5 1.;6
Rated Torque(N.;m); 2.;00  4 5 6 6 4 5 6 7.;7
Max Torque(N.;m); 6 12 15 18 18 13 15 18 23.;1
Rated Speed(r/min); 3000 3000 3000 2000 3000 2500 2500 2500 2000
Rated current(A); 4 5 6 6 8 4 5 6 6
V/Krpm 23.;59  33.;74 33.;84 41.;39 30.;54 37.;72 38.;67 37.;34 47.;59
Ω/phase 0.;982 0.;779 0.;567 0.;64 0.;338 1.;108 0.;867 0.;605 0.;66
mH/phase 2.;98  3.;026 2.;316 2.;764 1.;515 3.;76 3.;124 2.;317 2.;83
LA(mm); 158 189 204 217 217 165 173 183 197
Frame size 130ST-L5710A 130ST-L5715A 130ST-L5710A 130ST-L10015A 130ST-L10571A 130ST-L15015A 130ST-L15571A 150-23571
Rated Voltage(3 phase); 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V
Rated Power(kw); 1.;6 2 2.;4 1.;5 2.;6 2.;3 3.;8 1.;6
Rated Torque(N.;m); 7.;70  7.;7 7.;7 10 10 15 15 7.;7
Max Torque(N.;m); 23.;1 23.;1 23.;1 30 30 45 45 23.;1
Rated Speed(r/min); 2000.;00  2500 3000 1500 2500 1500 2500 2000
Rated current(A); 6 7.;5 9 6 10 9.;5 17 6
V/Krpm 47.;59  40.;03 32.;22 64.;89 38.;76 68.;13 34.;07 47.;59
Ω/phase 0.;66 0.;454 0.;282 0.;801 0.;262 0.;458 0.;102 0.;66
mH/phase 2.;83  1.;913 1.;232 3.;675 1.;258 2.;369 0.;598 2.;83
LA(mm); 197 197 197 218 218 263 263 197
Frame size 150ST-L15571A 150ST-L18571A 150ST-L23571A 150ST-L27571A 180ST-L19571A 180ST-L23571A 180ST-L31018A
Rated Power(KW); 3.;8 3.;6 4.;7 5.;5 4 5 6
Rated Torque(N.;m); 15 18 23 27 19 23 31
Rated Speed(rpm); 2500 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1800
Rated Current(A); 16.;5 16.;5 20.;5 20.;5 16.;8 28 22
Max Torque(N.;m); 45 54 69 81 57.;3 71.;6 79.;5
Voltage(V); 220 220 220 220 220 220 220
Frame size 190ST-H44017A 190ST-H56017A 190ST-H76015A 190ST-H95015A 230ST-H11415A 230ST-H14615A 230ST-H19115A 230ST-H23515A 130-7720
Rated Power(KW); 8 10 12 15 18 23 30 37 220V
Rated Torque(N.;m); 44 56 76 95 114 146 191 235 1.;6
Rated Speed(rpm); 1700 1700 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 7.;7
Rated Current(A); 17.;5 20.;1 27 34 44.;1 52.;8 68.;5 83.;4 2000
 Efficiency 90.;5 91.;1 91.;6 92.;1 92.;5 93 93.;6 94.;2
Voltage(V); 380 380 380 380 380 380 380 380 47.;59
Rotor Inertia(Kg.;cm2); 0.;01 0.;014 0.;016 0.;019 0.;035 0.;045 0.;056 0.;071
weight(kg); 38.;8 43.;8 49.;5 54.;7 73 88 105 122


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Application: Industrial
Speed: Constant Speed
Number of Stator: Three-Phase
Function: Driving, Control
Casing Protection: Closed Type
Number of Poles: 2


servo motor

Are there common issues or challenges associated with servo motor systems, and how can they be addressed?

Servo motor systems are widely used in various applications, but they can encounter common issues or challenges that affect their performance and reliability. Let’s explore some of these issues and discuss potential solutions:

1. Positioning and Tracking Errors:

One common challenge in servo motor systems is positioning and tracking errors. These errors can occur due to factors such as mechanical backlash, encoder resolution limitations, or disturbances in the system. To address this issue, careful calibration and tuning of the servo control system are necessary. This includes adjusting feedback gains, implementing feedback filtering techniques, and utilizing advanced control algorithms to improve the system’s accuracy and minimize errors. Additionally, employing high-resolution encoders and backlash compensation mechanisms can help enhance the positioning and tracking performance.

2. Vibration and Resonance:

Vibration and resonance can impact the performance of servo motor systems, leading to reduced accuracy and stability. These issues can arise from mechanical resonances within the system or external disturbances. To mitigate vibration and resonance problems, it is crucial to analyze the system’s dynamics and identify critical resonant frequencies. Implementing vibration dampening techniques such as mechanical isolation, using vibration-absorbing materials, or employing active vibration control methods can help minimize the effect of vibrations and improve the system’s performance.

3. Overheating and Thermal Management:

Servo motors can generate heat during operation, and inadequate thermal management can lead to overheating and potential performance degradation. To address this issue, proper cooling and thermal management techniques should be employed. This may involve using heat sinks, fans, or liquid cooling systems to dissipate heat efficiently. Ensuring adequate ventilation and airflow around the motor and avoiding excessive current or overloading can also help prevent overheating. Monitoring the motor’s temperature and implementing temperature protection mechanisms can further safeguard the motor from thermal damage.

4. Electrical Noise and Interference:

Electrical noise and interference can affect the performance and reliability of servo motor systems. These issues can arise from electromagnetic interference (EMI) or radio frequency interference (RFI) from nearby equipment or electrical sources. To mitigate electrical noise, proper shielding and grounding techniques should be employed. Using shielded cables, ferrite cores, and grounding the motor and control system can help minimize the impact of noise and interference. Additionally, employing filtering techniques and surge protection devices can further improve system robustness against electrical disturbances.

5. System Integration and Compatibility:

Integrating a servo motor system into a larger control system or automation setup can present challenges in terms of compatibility and communication. Ensuring proper compatibility between the servo motor and the control system is crucial. This involves selecting appropriate communication protocols, such as EtherCAT or Modbus, and ensuring compatibility with the control signals and interfaces. Employing standardized communication interfaces and protocols can facilitate seamless integration and interoperability. Additionally, thorough testing and verification of the system’s compatibility before deployment can help identify and address any integration issues.

6. Maintenance and Service:

Maintenance and service requirements are important considerations for servo motor systems. Regular maintenance, including lubrication, inspection, and cleaning, can help prevent issues related to wear and tear. Following manufacturer-recommended maintenance schedules and procedures is essential to ensure the longevity and optimal performance of the motor. In case of any malfunctions or failures, having access to technical support from the manufacturer or trained service personnel can help diagnose and address problems effectively.

By being aware of these common issues and challenges associated with servo motor systems and implementing appropriate solutions, it is possible to enhance the performance, reliability, and lifespan of the servo motor system. Regular monitoring, proactive maintenance, and continuous improvement can contribute to optimizing the overall operation and efficiency of the system.

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What is the significance of closed-loop control in servo motor operation?

Closed-loop control plays a significant role in the operation of servo motors. It involves continuously monitoring and adjusting the motor’s behavior based on feedback from sensors. The significance of closed-loop control in servo motor operation can be understood through the following points:

1. Accuracy and Precision:

Closed-loop control allows servo motors to achieve high levels of accuracy and precision in positioning and motion control. The feedback sensors, such as encoders or resolvers, provide real-time information about the motor’s actual position. This feedback is compared with the desired position, and any deviations are used to adjust the motor’s behavior. By continuously correcting for errors, closed-loop control ensures that the motor accurately reaches and maintains the desired position, resulting in precise control over the motor’s movements.

2. Stability and Repeatability:

Closed-loop control enhances the stability and repeatability of servo motor operation. The feedback information enables the control system to make continuous adjustments to the motor’s inputs, such as voltage or current, in order to minimize position errors. This corrective action helps stabilize the motor’s behavior, reducing oscillations and overshoot. As a result, the motor’s movements become more consistent and repeatable, which is crucial in applications where the same motion needs to be replicated accurately multiple times.

3. Compensation for Disturbances:

One of the key advantages of closed-loop control is its ability to compensate for disturbances or variations that may occur during motor operation. External factors, such as friction, load changes, or variations in the operating environment, can affect the motor’s performance and position accuracy. By continuously monitoring the actual position, closed-loop control can detect and respond to these disturbances, making the necessary adjustments to maintain the desired position. This compensation capability ensures that the motor remains on track despite external influences, leading to more reliable and consistent operation.

4. Improved Response Time:

Closed-loop control significantly improves the response time of servo motors. The feedback sensors provide real-time information about the motor’s actual position, which allows the control system to quickly detect any deviations from the desired position. Based on this feedback, the control system can adjust the motor’s inputs promptly, allowing for rapid corrections and precise control over the motor’s movements. The fast response time of closed-loop control is crucial in applications where dynamic and agile motion control is required, such as robotics or high-speed automation processes.

5. Adaptability to Changing Conditions:

Servo motors with closed-loop control are adaptable to changing conditions. The feedback information allows the control system to dynamically adjust the motor’s behavior based on real-time changes in the operating environment or task requirements. For example, if the load on the motor changes, the control system can respond by adjusting the motor’s inputs to maintain the desired position and compensate for the new load conditions. This adaptability ensures that the motor can perform optimally under varying conditions, enhancing its versatility and applicability in different industrial settings.

In summary, closed-loop control is of significant importance in servo motor operation. It enables servo motors to achieve high levels of accuracy, stability, and repeatability in position and motion control. By continuously monitoring the motor’s actual position and making adjustments based on feedback, closed-loop control compensates for disturbances, enhances response time, and adapts to changing conditions. These capabilities make closed-loop control essential for achieving precise and reliable operation of servo motors in various industrial applications.

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Can you explain the difference between a servo motor and a regular electric motor?

A servo motor and a regular electric motor are both types of electric motors, but they have distinct differences in terms of design, control, and functionality.

A regular electric motor, also known as an induction motor or a DC motor, is designed to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. It consists of a rotor, which rotates, and a stator, which surrounds the rotor and generates a rotating magnetic field. The rotor is connected to an output shaft, and when current flows through the motor’s windings, it creates a magnetic field that interacts with the stator’s magnetic field, resulting in rotational motion.

On the other hand, a servo motor is a more specialized type of electric motor that incorporates additional components for precise control of position, speed, and acceleration. It consists of a regular electric motor, a sensor or encoder, and a feedback control system. The sensor or encoder provides feedback on the motor’s current position, and this information is used by the control system to adjust the motor’s behavior.

The key difference between a servo motor and a regular electric motor lies in their control mechanisms. A regular electric motor typically operates at a fixed speed based on the voltage and frequency of the power supply. In contrast, a servo motor can be controlled to rotate to a specific angle or position and maintain that position accurately. The control system continuously monitors the motor’s actual position through the feedback sensor and adjusts the motor’s operation to achieve the desired position or follow a specific trajectory.

Another distinction is the torque output of the motors. Regular electric motors generally provide high torque at low speeds and lower torque at higher speeds. In contrast, servo motors are designed to deliver high torque at both low and high speeds, which makes them suitable for applications that require precise and dynamic motion control.

Furthermore, servo motors often have a more compact and lightweight design compared to regular electric motors. They are commonly used in applications where precise positioning, speed control, and responsiveness are critical, such as robotics, CNC machines, automation systems, and remote-controlled vehicles.

In summary, while both servo motors and regular electric motors are used to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy, servo motors offer enhanced control capabilities, precise positioning, and high torque at various speeds, making them well-suited for applications that require accurate and dynamic motion control.

China Professional 1.2kw 6n. M Three Phase AC Servo Motor (110ST-L060020A)   vacuum pump oil	China Professional 1.2kw 6n. M Three Phase AC Servo Motor (110ST-L060020A)   vacuum pump oil
editor by CX 2023-12-11