Product Description

HMEJ Series Performance and Characteristic:

HMEJ series brake motor is three-phase asynchronous motor which is totally enclosed squirrel cage with additional AC and DC brake of disk type. It has advantages of fast brake, simple structure, high reliability and good versatility. In additional, the brake has manual work releasing structure which is widely used in mechanical equipment and transmission devices for various requirements of rapid stop and accurate positioning.

Technical data:  

HMEJ Series Three Phase Electro-Magnetic Brake Induction Motor
Technical Data                      
TYPE Rated output Speed Rated current Efficiency Power factor Brake torque Brake time Energizing Power Ist/In Tst/TN Tmax/Tn Weight
KW RPM A % CosΦ N.m S W KG
380V/50HZ  2POLE 3000RPM
HMEJ 63M1 0.18 2720 0.6 58.3 0.8 4 0.2 18 5.5 2.2 2.2 12
HMEJ 63M1 0.25 2720 0.8 61.9 0.81 4 0.2 18 5.5 2.2 2.2 13
HMEJ 71M1 0.37 2740 1.1 65.8 0.81 4 0.2 18 6.1 2.2 2.2 14
HMEJ 71M2 0.55 2740 1.5 69.4 0.82 4 0.2 18 6.1 2.2 2.3 15
HMEJ 80M1 0.75 2845 1.9 72.1 0.83 7.5 0.2 30 6.1 2.2 2.3 17
HMEJ 80M2 1.1 2840 2.7 75 0.84 7.5 0.2 30 7 2.2 2.3 18
HMEJ 90S 1.5 2840 3.5 77.2 0.84 15 0.2 50 7 2.2 2.3 23
HMEJ 90L 2.2 2840 4.9 79.7 0.85 15 0.2 50 7 2.2 2.3 26
HMEJ 100L 3 2860 6.4 81.5 0.87 30 0.2 65 7.5 2.2 2.3 37
HMEJ 112M 4 2880 8.3 83.1 0.88 40 0.25 90 7.5 2.2 2.3 45
HMEJ 132S1 5.5 2900 11.2 84.7 0.88 75 0.25 90 7.5 2.2 2.3 69
HMEJ 132S2 7.5 2900 15.1 86 0.88 75 0.25 90 7.5 2.2 2.3 72
HMEJ 160M1 11 2930 21.4 87.6 0.89 150 0.35 150 7.5 2.2 2.3 120
HMEJ 160M2 15 2930 28.9 88.7 0.89 150 0.35 150 7.5 2.2 2.3 130
HMEJ 160L 18.5 2930 35 89.3 0.9 150 0.35 150 7.5 2.2 2.3 149
HMEJ 180M 22 2940 41.3 89.9 0.9 200 0.35 150 7.5 2 2.3 189
HMEJ 200L1 30 2950 55.8 90.7 0.9 300 0.45 200 7.5 2 2.3 243
HMEJ 200L2 37 2950 68.5 91.2 0.9 300 0.45 200 7.5 2 2.3 267
HMEJ 225M 45 2970 82.8 91.7 0.9 400 0.45 200 7.5 2 2.3 323
380V/50HZ  4POLE 1500RPM
HMEJ 63M1 0.12 1310 0.5 53.6 0.72 4 0.2 18 4.4 2.1 2.2 13
HMEJ 63M2 0.18 1310 0.6 58.3 0.73 4 0.2 18 4.4 2.1 2.2 14
HMEJ 71M1 0.25 1330 0.8 61.9 0.74 4 0.2 18 5.2 2.1 2.2 15
HMEJ 71M2 0.37 1330 1.1 65.8 0.75 4 0.2 18 5.2 2.1 2.2 16
HMEJ 80M1 0.55 1390 1.6 69.4 0.75 7.5 0.2 30 5.2 2.4 2.3 17
HMEJ 80M2 0.75 1390 2.1 72.1 0.76 7.5 0.2 30 6 2.3 2.3 18
HMEJ 90S 1.1 1380 2.9 75 0.77 15 0.2 50 6 2.3 2.3 22
HMEJ 90L 1.5 1390 3.7 77.2 0.79 15 0.2 50 6 2.3 2.3 27
HMEJ 100L 2.2 1390 5.2 79.7 0.81 30 0.2 65 7 2.3 2.3 34
HMEJ 100L2 3 1410 6.8 81.5 0.82 30 0.2 65 7 2.3 2.3 38
HMEJ 112M 4 1410 8.9 83.1 0.82 40 0.25 90 7 2.3 2.3 48
HMEJ 132S 5.5 1435 11.9 84.7 0.83 75 0.25 90 7 2.3 2.3 71
HMEJ 132M 7.5 1440 15.8 86 0.84 75 0.25 150 7 2.3 2.3 83
HMEJ 160M 11 1440 22.7 87.6 0.84 150 0.35 150 7 2.2 2.3 128
HMEJ 160L 15 1460 30.2 88.7 0.85 150 0.35 150 7 2.2 2.3 142
HMEJ 180M 18.5 1470 36.6 89.3 0.86 200 0.35 150 8 2.2 2.3 184
HMEJ 180L 22 1470 42.2 89.9 0.86 200 0.35 150 8 2.2 2.3 197
HMEJ 200L 30 1470 58.4 90.7 0.86 300 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.3 264
HMEJ 225S 37 1480 70.9 91.2 0.87 300 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.3 303
HMEJ 225M 45 1480 85.7 91.7 0.87 400 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.3 337
380V/50HZ  6POLE 1000RPM
HMEJ 71M1 0.18 850 0.7 57.3 0.66 4 0.2 18 4 1.9 2 9.5
HMEJ 71M2 0.25 850 0.9 60.5 0.68 4 0.2 18 4 1.9 2 11
HMEJ 80M1 0.37 885 1.3 64.1 0.7 7.5 0.2 30 4.7 1.9 2 17
HMEJ 80M2 0.55 885 1.7 67.5 0.72 7.5 0.2 30 4.7 1.9 2.1 19
HMEJ 90S 0.75 910 2.3 70 0.72 15 0.2 50 5.5 2 2.1 22
HMEJ 90L 1.1 910 3.1 72.9 0.73 15 0.2 50 5.5 2 2.1 26
HMEJ 100L 1.5 920 4 75.2 0.75 30 0.2 65 6.5 2 2.1 34
HMEJ 112M 2.2 935 5.7 77.7 0.76 40 0.25 90 6.5 2 2.1 42
HMEJ 132S 3 960 7.5 79.7 0.76 75 0.25 90 6.5 2.1 2.1 68
HMEJ 132M1 4 960 9.8 81.4 0.76 75 0.25 90 6.5 2.1 2.1 79
HMEJ 132M2 5.5 960 13.1 83.1 0.77 75 0.25 90 6.5 2.1 2.1 87
HMEJ 160M 7.5 970 17.5 84.7 0.77 150 0.35 150 6.5 2 2.1 122
HMEJ 160L 11 970 24.8 86.4 0.78 150 0.35 150 6.5 2 2.1 141
HMEJ 180L 15 979 32.1 87.7 0.81 200 0.35 150 7 2 2.1 195
HMEJ 200L1 18.5 970 39.2 88.6 0.81 300 0.45 200 7 2.1 2.1 217
HMEJ 200L2 22 970 45.1 89.2 0.83 300 0.45 200 7 2.2 2.1 240
HMEJ 225M 30 980 60.2 90.2 0.84 400 0.45 200 7 2 2.1 323
380V/50HZ  8POLE 750RPM
HMEJ 80M1 0.18 645 0.88 51 0.61 7.5 0.2 30 3.3 1.8 1.9 17
HMEJ 80M2 0.25 645 1.15 54 0.61 7.5 0.2 50 3.3 1.8 1.9 19
HMEJ 90S 0.37 670 1.49 62 0.61 15 0.2 50 4 1.8 1.9 23
HMEJ 90L 0.55 670 2.18 63 0.61 15 0.2 50 4 1.8 2 25
HMEJ 100L1 0.75 680 2.17 71 0.67 30 0.2 65 4 1.8 2 33
HMEJ 100L2 1.1 680 2.39 73 0.69 30 0.2 65 5 1.8 2 38
HMEJ 112M 1.5 690 4.5 75 0.69 40 0.25 90 5 1.8 2 50
HMEJ 132S 2.2 705 6 78 0.71 75 0.25 90 6 1.8 2 63
HMEJ 132M 3 705 7.9 79 0.73 75 0.25 90 6 1.8 2 79
HMEJ 160M1 4 720 10.3 81 0.73 150 0.35 150 6 1.9 2 118
HMEJ 160M2 5.5 720 13.6 83 0.74 150 0.35 150 6 2 2 119
HMEJ 160L 7.5 720 17.8 85.5 0.75 150 0.35 150 6 2 2 145
HMEJ 180L 11 730 25.1 87.8 0.76 300 0.35 150 6.6 2 2 193
HMEJ 200L 15 730 34 88.3 0.76 300 0.45 200 6.6 2 2 250
HMEJ 225S 18.5 730 40.9 90.4 0.76 300 0.45 200 6.6 1.9 2 261
HMEJ 225M 22 740 47.1 91 0.78 150 0.45 200 6.6 1.9 2 283

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Application: Industrial
Speed: Low Speed
Number of Stator: Three-Phase
Function: Driving
Casing Protection: Closed Type
Number of Poles: 2-8poles
Samples:
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brake motor

Can brake motors be used in conjunction with other motion control methods?

Yes, brake motors can be used in conjunction with other motion control methods to achieve precise and efficient control over mechanical systems. Brake motors provide braking functionality, while other motion control methods offer various means of controlling the speed, position, and acceleration of the system. Combining brake motors with other motion control methods allows for enhanced overall system performance and versatility. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors can be used in conjunction with other motion control methods:

  • Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs): Brake motors can be used in conjunction with VFDs, which are electronic devices that control the speed and torque of an electric motor. VFDs enable precise speed control, acceleration, and deceleration of the motor by adjusting the frequency and voltage supplied to the motor. By incorporating a brake motor with a VFD, the system benefits from both the braking capability of the motor and the advanced speed control provided by the VFD.
  • Servo Systems: Servo systems are motion control systems that utilize servo motors and feedback mechanisms to achieve highly accurate control over position, velocity, and torque. In certain applications where rapid and precise positioning is required, brake motors can be used in conjunction with servo systems. The brake motor provides the braking function when the system needs to hold position or decelerate rapidly, while the servo system controls the dynamic motion and positioning tasks.
  • Stepper Motor Control: Stepper motors are widely used in applications that require precise control over position and speed. Brake motors can be utilized alongside stepper motor control systems to provide braking functionality when the motor needs to hold position or prevent undesired movement. This combination allows for improved stability and control over the stepper motor system, especially in applications where holding torque and quick deceleration are important.
  • Hydraulic or Pneumatic Systems: In some industrial applications, hydraulic or pneumatic systems are used for motion control. Brake motors can be integrated into these systems to provide additional braking capability when needed. For example, a brake motor can be employed to hold a specific position or provide emergency braking in a hydraulic or pneumatic actuator system, enhancing safety and control.
  • Control Algorithms and Systems: Brake motors can also be utilized in conjunction with various control algorithms and systems to achieve specific motion control objectives. These control algorithms can include closed-loop feedback control, PID (Proportional-Integral-Derivative) control, or advanced motion control algorithms. By incorporating a brake motor into the system, the control algorithms can utilize the braking functionality to enhance overall system performance and stability.

The combination of brake motors with other motion control methods offers a wide range of possibilities for achieving precise, efficient, and safe control over mechanical systems. Whether it is in conjunction with VFDs, servo systems, stepper motor control, hydraulic or pneumatic systems, or specific control algorithms, brake motors can complement and enhance the functionality of other motion control methods. This integration allows for customized and optimized control solutions to meet the specific requirements of diverse applications.

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How do manufacturers ensure the quality and reliability of brake motors?

Manufacturers employ various processes and measures to ensure the quality and reliability of brake motors. These processes involve rigorous testing, adherence to industry standards, quality control procedures, and continuous improvement initiatives. Here’s a detailed explanation of how manufacturers ensure the quality and reliability of brake motors:

  • Design and Engineering: Manufacturers invest considerable effort in the design and engineering phase of brake motors. They employ experienced engineers and designers who follow industry best practices and utilize advanced design tools to develop motors with robust and reliable braking systems. Thorough analysis, simulations, and prototyping are conducted to optimize the motor’s performance, efficiency, and safety features.
  • Material Selection: High-quality materials are chosen for the construction of brake motors. Manufacturers carefully select components such as motor windings, brake discs, brake pads, and housing materials to ensure durability, heat resistance, and optimal friction characteristics. The use of quality materials enhances the motor’s reliability and contributes to its long-term performance.
  • Manufacturing Processes: Stringent manufacturing processes are implemented to ensure consistent quality and reliability. Manufacturers employ advanced machinery and automation techniques for precision assembly and production. Strict quality control measures are applied at each stage of manufacturing to detect and rectify any defects or deviations from specifications.
  • Testing and Quality Assurance: Brake motors undergo comprehensive testing and quality assurance procedures before they are released to the market. These tests include performance testing, load testing, endurance testing, and environmental testing. Manufacturers verify that the motors meet or exceed industry standards and performance specifications. Additionally, they conduct safety tests to ensure compliance with applicable safety regulations and standards.
  • Certifications and Compliance: Manufacturers seek certifications and compliance with relevant industry standards and regulations. This may include certifications such as ISO 9001 for quality management systems or certifications specific to the motor industry, such as IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) standards. Compliance with these standards demonstrates the manufacturer’s commitment to producing high-quality and reliable brake motors.
  • Quality Control and Inspection: Manufacturers implement robust quality control processes throughout the production cycle. This includes inspection of raw materials, in-process inspections during manufacturing, and final inspections before shipment. Quality control personnel conduct visual inspections, dimensional checks, and performance evaluations to ensure that each brake motor meets the specified quality criteria.
  • Continuous Improvement: Manufacturers prioritize continuous improvement initiatives to enhance the quality and reliability of brake motors. They actively seek customer feedback, monitor field performance, and conduct post-production evaluations to identify areas for improvement. This feedback loop helps manufacturers refine their designs, manufacturing processes, and quality control procedures, leading to increased reliability and customer satisfaction.
  • Customer Support and Warranty: Manufacturers provide comprehensive customer support and warranty programs for their brake motors. They offer technical assistance, troubleshooting guides, and maintenance recommendations to customers. Warranty coverage ensures that any manufacturing defects or malfunctions are addressed promptly, bolstering customer confidence in the quality and reliability of the brake motors.

By employing robust design and engineering processes, meticulous material selection, stringent manufacturing processes, comprehensive testing and quality assurance procedures, certifications and compliance with industry standards, rigorous quality control and inspection measures, continuous improvement initiatives, and dedicated customer support and warranty programs, manufacturers ensure the quality and reliability of brake motors. These measures contribute to the production of high-performance motors that meet the safety, durability, and performance requirements of industrial and manufacturing applications.

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What are the key components of a typical brake motor system?

A typical brake motor system consists of several key components that work together to provide controlled stopping and holding capabilities. These components are carefully designed and integrated to ensure the efficient operation of the brake motor. Here’s a detailed explanation of the key components of a typical brake motor system:

1. Electric Motor: The electric motor is the primary component of the brake motor system. It converts electrical energy into mechanical energy to drive the rotation of the equipment. The motor provides the necessary power and torque to perform the desired work. It can be an AC (alternating current) motor or a DC (direct current) motor, depending on the specific application requirements.

2. Braking Mechanism: The braking mechanism is a crucial component of the brake motor system that enables controlled stopping of the rotating equipment. It consists of various types of brakes, such as electromagnetic brakes or spring-loaded brakes. The braking mechanism engages when the power to the motor is cut off or the motor is de-energized, creating friction or applying pressure to halt the rotation.

3. Brake Coil or Actuator: In brake motors with electromagnetic brakes, a brake coil or actuator is employed. The coil generates a magnetic field when an electrical current passes through it, attracting the brake disc or plate and creating braking force. The coil is energized when the motor is powered, and it de-energizes when the power is cut off, allowing the brake to engage and stop the rotation.

4. Brake Disc or Plate: The brake disc or plate is a key component of the braking mechanism. It is attached to the motor shaft and rotates with it. When the brake engages, the disc or plate is pressed against a stationary surface, creating friction and stopping the rotation of the motor shaft. The material composition and design of the brake disc or plate are optimized for efficient braking performance.

5. Control System: Brake motor systems often incorporate a control system that enables precise control over the braking process. The control system allows for adjustable braking torque, response time, and braking profiles. It may include control devices such as switches, relays, or electronic control units (ECUs). The control system ensures the desired level of control and facilitates the integration of the brake motor system with other machinery or automation systems.

6. Power Supply: A reliable power supply is essential for the operation of the brake motor system. The power supply provides electrical energy to the motor and the brake mechanism. It can be a mains power supply or a dedicated power source, depending on the specific requirements of the application and the motor’s power rating.

7. Mounting and Housing: Brake motors are typically housed in a sturdy enclosure that protects the components from environmental factors, such as dust, moisture, or vibration. The housing also provides mounting points for the motor and facilitates the connection of external devices or machinery. The design of the mounting and housing ensures the stability and safety of the brake motor system.

8. Optional Accessories: Depending on the application, a brake motor system may include optional accessories such as temperature sensors, shaft encoders, or position sensors. These accessories provide additional functionality and feedback, allowing for advanced control and monitoring of the brake motor system.

These are the key components of a typical brake motor system. The integration and interaction of these components ensure controlled stopping, load holding, and precise positioning capabilities, making brake motors suitable for a wide range of industrial applications.

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editor by CX 2023-10-23