Product Description

HMEJ(AC) series Self-Braking Electric Motor
HMEJ series AC brake motor is three-phase asynchronous motor which is totally enclosed squirrel cage with additional AC brake of disk type. It has advantage 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 transmissions devices for various requirements of rapid stop and accurate positioning.
 

TYPE POWER 380V  50Hz  Full Loaded             Weight Housing Material
     
(kw) Speed
(r/min)
Current(A) Eff power factor () () () (Nm) <(s) <(w) (kg)
Synchrouns Speed 3000r/min(2P)380V 50Hz
YEJA711-2 0.37 2756 1 70.0 0.81 6.1 2.2 2.2 4 0.20 40 9.3 ALU
YEJA712-2 0.55 2792 1.4 72.0 0.82 6.1 2.2 2.2 4 0.20 40 10.5
YEJA801-2 0.75 2830 1.9 72.1 0.83 6.1 2.2 2.3 7.5 0.20 50 14
YEJA802-2 1.1 2830 2.7 75.0 0.84 7.0 2.2 2.3 7.5 0.20 50 15
YEJA90S-2 1.5 2840 3.5 77.2 0.84 7.0 2.2 2.3 15 0.20 60 20
YEJA90L-2 2.2 2840 4.9 79.7 0.85 7.0 2.2 2.3 15 0.20 60 23
YEJA100L-2 3 2860 6.4 81.5 0.87 7.5 2.2 2.3 30 0.20 80 31
YEJA112M-2 4 2880 8.3 83.1 0.88 7.5 2.2 2.3 40 0.25 100 44
YEJA132S1-2 5.5 2900 11.2 84.7 0.88 7.5 2.2 2.3 75 0.25 130 80
YEJA132S2-2 7.5 2900 15.1 86.0 0.88 7.5 2.2 2.3 75 0.25 130 94
YEJA160M1-2 11 2930 21.4 87.6 0.89 7.5 2.2 2.3 150 0.35 150 150
YEJA160M2-2 15 2930 28.9 88.7 0.89 7.5 2.2 2.3 150 0.35 150 160
YEJA160L-2 18.5 2930 35 89.3 0.90 7.5 2.2 2.3 150 0.35 150 180
Synchrouns Speed1500r/min(4Pole)380V 50Hz
YEJA711-4 0.25 1390 0.8 65.0 0.74 5.2 2.1 2.2 4 0.20 40 9.3 ALU
YEJA712-4 0.37 1390 1.13 67.0 0.74 5.2 2.1 2.2 4 0.20 40 10.5
YEJA801-4 0.55 1390 1.6 71.0 0.74 5.2 2.4 2.3 7.5 0.20 50 14
YEJA802-4 0.75 1390 2.1 73.0 0.75 6.0 2.3 2.3 7.5 0.20 50 15
YEJA90S-4 1.1 1400 2.9 76.2 0.76 6.0 2.3 2.3 15 0.20 60 20
YEJA90L-4 1.5 1400 3.7 78.5 0.78 6.0 2.3 2.3 15 0.20 60 23
YEJA100L1-4 2.2 1420 5.2 81.0 0.80 7.0 2.3 2.3 30 0.20 80 31
YEJA100L2-4 3 1420 6.8 82.3 0.81 7.0 2.3 2.3 30 0.20 80 33
YEJA112M-4 4 1440 8.8 84.2 0.82 7.0 2.3 2.3 40 0.25 100 44
YEJA132S-4 5.5 1440 11.8 85.7 0.83 7.0 2.3 2.3 75 0.25 130 80 CI
YEJA132M-4 7.5 1440 15.8 87.0 0.84 7.0 2.3 2.3 75 0.25 130 94
YEJA160M-4 11 1460 22.5 88.4 0.84 7.0 2.2 2.3 150 0.35 150 150
YEJA160L-4 15 1460 30 89.4 0.85 7.0 2.2 2.3 150 0.35 150 160
                           
Frame Rated  Output 380V  50Hz  Full Loaded             Weight  
     
(kw) Speed
(r/min)
Current Eff% Power Factor () () () (Nm) <(s) <(w) (kg)
1000r/min(6)380V 50Hz
YEJA711-6 0.18 880 0.74 56.0 0.66 4.0 1.9 2.0 4 0.20 40 9.3 ALU
YEJA712-6 0.25 880 0.95 59.0 0.68 4.0 1.9 2.0 4 0.20 40 10.5
YEJA801-6 0.37 900 1.3 62.0 0.70 4.7 1.9 2.0 7.5 0.20 50 14
YEJA802-6 0.55 900 1.8 65.0 0.70 4.7 1.9 2.1 7.5 0.20 50 15
YEJA90S-6 0.75 910 2.3 69.0 0.70 5.5 2.0 2.1 15 0.20 60 20
YEJA90L-6 1.1 910 3.2 72.0 0.72 5.5 2.0 2.1 15 0.20 60 23
YEJA100L-6 1.5 940 4.0 76.0 0.74 5.5 2.0 2.1 30 0.20 80 33
YEJA112M-6 2.2 950 5.7 79.0 0.74 6.5 2.0 2.1 40 0.25 100 44
YEJA132S-6 3 960 7.4 81.0 0.76 6.5 2.1 2.1 75 0.25 130 80 CI
YEJA132M1-6 4 960 9.8 82.0 0.76 6.5 2.1 2.1 75 0.25 130 90
YEJA132M2-6 5.5 960 12.9 84.0 0.77 6.5 2.1 2.1 75 0.25 130 94
YEJA160M-6 7.5 970 17.2 86.0 0.77 6.5 2.0 2.1 150 0.35 150 150
YEJA160L-6 11 970 24.5 87.5 0.78 6.5 2.0 2.1 150 0.35 150 160
750r/min(8)380V 50Hz
YEJA801-8 0.18 690 0.94 51.0 0.57 3.3 1.8 1.9 7.5 0.20 50 14 ALU
YEJA802-8 0.25 690 1.2 54.0 0.58 3.3 1.8 1.9 7.5 0.20 50 15
YEJA90S-8 0.37 690 1.5 62.0 0.60 4.0 1.8 1.9 15 0.20 60 20
YEJA90L-8 0.55 690 2.2 63.0 0.61 4.0 1.8 2.0 15 0.20 60 23
YEJA100L1-8 0.75 700 2.4 71.0 0.67 4.0 1.8 2.0 30 0.20 80 31
YEJA100L2-8 1.1 700 3.3 73.0 0.69 5.0 1.8 2.0 30 0.20 80 33
YEJA112M-8 1.5 700 4.4 75.0 0.69 5.0 1.8 2.0 40 0.25 100 44
YEJA132S-8 2.2 710 6.0 80.5 0.71 6.0 1.8 2.0 75 0.25 130 80 CI
YEJA132M-8 3 710 8.1 82.5 0.71 6.0 1.8 2.0 75 0.25 130 94
YEJA160M1-8 4 720 10.3 84.0 0.73 6.0 1.9 2.0 150 0.35 150 140
YEJA160M2-8 5.5 720 13.6 85.0 0.74 6.0 2.0 2.0 150 0.35 150 150
YEJA160L-8 7.5 720 18.4 86.0 0.74 6.0 2.0 2.0 150 0.35 150 160

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Application: Universal, Industrial, Household Appliances
Operating Speed: High Speed
Function: Control
Casing Protection: Protection Type
Number of Poles: 4
Type: Y2ej
Customization:
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brake motor

How do brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment?

Brake motors play a crucial role in ensuring smooth and controlled movement in equipment by providing reliable braking functionality. They work in coordination with the motor and other control systems to achieve precise control over the motion of the equipment. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment:

  • Braking Capability: Brake motors are specifically designed to provide effective braking capability. When the power to the motor is cut off or when a braking signal is applied, the brake system engages, generating frictional forces that slow down and bring the equipment to a controlled stop. The brake torque generated by the motor helps prevent coasting or unintended movement, ensuring smooth and controlled deceleration.
  • Quick Response Time: Brake motors are engineered to have a quick response time, meaning that the brake engages rapidly once the control signal is applied. This quick response time allows for prompt and precise control over the movement of the equipment. By minimizing the delay between the initiation of the braking action and the actual engagement of the brake, brake motors contribute to smooth and controlled movement.
  • Adjustable Brake Torque: Brake motors often offer the ability to adjust the brake torque to suit the specific requirements of the equipment and application. The brake torque can be tailored to the load characteristics and operating conditions to achieve optimal braking performance. By adjusting the brake torque, brake motors ensure that the equipment decelerates smoothly and consistently, avoiding abrupt stops or jerky movements.
  • Brake Release Mechanisms: In addition to providing braking action, brake motors incorporate mechanisms to release the brake when the equipment needs to resume motion. These release mechanisms can be controlled manually or automatically, depending on the application. The controlled release of the brake ensures that the equipment starts moving smoothly and gradually, allowing for controlled acceleration.
  • Integration with Control Systems: Brake motors are integrated into the overall control systems of the equipment to achieve coordinated and synchronized movement. They work in conjunction with motor control devices, such as variable frequency drives (VFDs) or servo systems, to precisely control the speed, acceleration, and deceleration of the equipment. By seamlessly integrating with the control systems, brake motors contribute to the smooth and controlled movement of the equipment.
  • Compliance with Safety Standards: Brake motors are designed and manufactured in compliance with safety standards and regulations. They undergo rigorous testing and quality control measures to ensure reliable and consistent braking performance. By adhering to safety standards, brake motors help prevent sudden or uncontrolled movements that could pose a safety risk and ensure the equipment operates within acceptable limits.

By providing effective braking capability, quick response time, adjustable brake torque, release mechanisms, integration with control systems, and compliance with safety standards, brake motors ensure smooth and controlled movement in equipment. They enable precise control over the deceleration, stopping, and starting of the equipment, enhancing operational efficiency, safety, and overall performance.

brake motor

How do brake motors contribute to the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling?

Brake motors play a crucial role in enhancing the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling operations. They provide several advantages that improve the overall performance and productivity of these systems. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors contribute to the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling:

  • Precise Control: Brake motors offer precise control over the movement of conveyor systems. The braking mechanism allows for quick and accurate stopping, starting, and positioning of the conveyor belt or other material handling components. This precise control ensures efficient operation, minimizing the time and effort required to handle materials and reducing the risk of damage or accidents.
  • Speed Regulation: Brake motors can regulate the speed of conveyor systems, allowing operators to adjust the conveying speed according to the specific requirements of the materials being handled. This speed control capability enables efficient material flow, optimizing production processes and preventing bottlenecks or congestion. It also contributes to better synchronization with upstream or downstream processes, improving overall system efficiency.
  • Load Handling: Brake motors are designed to handle varying loads encountered in material handling applications. They provide the necessary power and torque to move heavy loads along the conveyor system smoothly and efficiently. The braking mechanism ensures safe and controlled stopping even with substantial loads, preventing excessive wear or damage to the system and facilitating efficient material transfer.
  • Energy Efficiency: Brake motors are engineered for energy efficiency, contributing to cost savings and sustainability in material handling operations. They are designed to minimize energy consumption during operation by optimizing motor efficiency, reducing heat losses, and utilizing regenerative braking techniques. Energy-efficient brake motors help lower electricity consumption, resulting in reduced operating costs and a smaller environmental footprint.
  • Safety Enhancements: Brake motors incorporate safety features that enhance the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling by safeguarding personnel and equipment. They are equipped with braking systems that provide reliable stopping power, preventing unintended motion or runaway loads. Emergency stop functionality adds an extra layer of safety, allowing immediate halting of the system in case of emergencies or hazards, thereby minimizing the potential for accidents and improving overall operational efficiency.
  • Reliability and Durability: Brake motors are constructed to withstand the demanding conditions of material handling environments. They are designed with robust components and built-in protection features to ensure reliable operation even in harsh or challenging conditions. The durability of brake motors reduces downtime due to motor failures or maintenance issues, resulting in improved system efficiency and increased productivity.
  • Integration and Automation: Brake motors can be seamlessly integrated into automated material handling systems, enabling efficient and streamlined operations. They can be synchronized with control systems and sensors to optimize material flow, automate processes, and enable efficient sorting, routing, or accumulation of items. This integration and automation capability enhances system efficiency, reduces manual intervention, and enables real-time monitoring and control of the material handling process.
  • Maintenance and Serviceability: Brake motors are designed for ease of maintenance and serviceability, which contributes to the overall efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling operations. They often feature modular designs that allow quick and easy replacement of components, minimizing downtime during maintenance or repairs. Accessible lubrication points, inspection ports, and diagnostic features simplify routine maintenance tasks, ensuring that the motors remain in optimal working condition and maximizing system uptime.

By providing precise control, speed regulation, reliable load handling, energy efficiency, safety enhancements, durability, integration with automation systems, and ease of maintenance, brake motors significantly contribute to the efficiency of conveyor systems and material handling operations. Their performance and features optimize material flow, reduce downtime, enhance safety, lower operating costs, and improve overall productivity in a wide range of industries and applications.

brake motor

How do brake motors ensure controlled and rapid stopping of rotating equipment?

Brake motors are designed to ensure controlled and rapid stopping of rotating equipment by employing specific braking mechanisms. These mechanisms are integrated into the motor to provide efficient and precise stopping capabilities. Here’s a detailed explanation of how brake motors achieve controlled and rapid stopping:

1. Electromagnetic Brakes: Many brake motors utilize electromagnetic brakes as the primary braking mechanism. These brakes consist of an electromagnetic coil and a brake disc or plate. When the power to the motor is cut off or the motor is de-energized, the electromagnetic coil generates a magnetic field that attracts the brake disc or plate, creating friction and halting the rotation of the motor shaft. The strength of the magnetic field and the design of the brake determine the stopping torque and speed, allowing for controlled and rapid stopping of the rotating equipment.

2. Spring-Loaded Brakes: Some brake motors employ spring-loaded brakes. These brakes consist of a spring that applies pressure on the brake disc or plate to create friction and stop the rotation. When the power is cut off or the motor is de-energized, the spring is released, pressing the brake disc against a stationary surface and generating braking force. The spring-loaded mechanism ensures quick engagement of the brake, resulting in rapid stopping of the rotating equipment.

3. Dynamic Braking: Dynamic braking is another technique used in brake motors to achieve controlled stopping. It involves converting the kinetic energy of the rotating equipment into electrical energy, which is dissipated as heat through a resistor or regenerative braking system. When the power is cut off or the motor is de-energized, the motor acts as a generator, and the electrical energy generated by the rotating equipment is converted into heat through the braking system. This dissipation of energy slows down and stops the rotation of the equipment in a controlled manner.

4. Control Systems: Brake motors are often integrated with control systems that enable precise control over the braking process. These control systems allow for adjustable braking torque, response time, and braking profiles, depending on the specific requirements of the application. By adjusting these parameters, operators can achieve the desired level of control and stopping performance, ensuring both safety and operational efficiency.

5. Coordinated Motor and Brake Design: Brake motors are designed with careful consideration of the motor and brake compatibility. The motor’s characteristics, such as torque, speed, and power rating, are matched with the braking system’s capabilities to ensure optimal performance. This coordinated design ensures that the brake can effectively stop the motor within the desired time frame and with the necessary braking force, achieving controlled and rapid stopping of the rotating equipment.

Overall, brake motors employ electromagnetic brakes, spring-loaded brakes, dynamic braking, and control systems to achieve controlled and rapid stopping of rotating equipment. These braking mechanisms, combined with coordinated motor and brake design, enable precise control over the stopping process, ensuring the safety of operators, protecting equipment from damage, and maintaining operational efficiency.

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