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Product Description

YC Series Single Phase Capacitor Start Asynchronous Motor  is suitable for air compressor, pump and other equipment of high start torque.
The series motor features by high start torque, excellent running performance, little shape, light weight, low noise and easy maintenance.

Protection Class: IP44/IP54           Cooling Type: IC0141
Insulation Class:B or F                  Operation Type: S1
Rated Voltage: 115/230,220V        Rated Frequency: 60 Hz(50Hz)
Shell material: casting iron and aluminium alloy (only used below 100)
 

Technical Data (220V/50Hz)                                                                                              

Model Power

Current
(A)

Power Factor
(cos¢)

Eff
(%)

Speed
(r/min)
locked torque
Rated torque
   Tst/Tn
locked current
Rated current
     Ist/In
Tmax/
Tn
Hp kW
YC7112 1/4 0.18 1.89 0.72 60 2800 3.0 7 1.8
YC7122 1/3 0.25 2.4 0.74 64 2800 3.0 7 1.8
YC8012 1/2 0.37 3.4 0.77 65 2800 2.8 6.5 1.8
YC8571 3/4 0.55 4.7 0.79 68 2800 2.8 6.5 1.8
YC90S-2 1 0.75 6.1 0.8 70 2800 3.0 6.5 1.8
YC90L-2 1.5 1.1 8.7 0.8 72 2800 2.5 7 1.8
YC90L-2 2 1.5 11.4 0.81 74 2800 2.5 7 1.8
YC100L-2 3 2.2 16.5 0.81 75 2800 2.2 7 1.8
YC100L1-2 4 3 21.88 0.82 76 2800 2.2 6.8 1.8
YC100L-2 5 3.7 26.64 0.82 77 2800 2.2 6.4 1.8
YC112M-2 4 3 21.4 0.82 76 2800 2.2 7 1.8
YC7114 1/6 0.12 1.88 0.58 50 1400 3.0 9 1.8
YC7124 1/4 0.18 2.49 0.62 53 1400 2.8 7 1.8
YC8014 1/3 0.25 3.11 0.63 58 1400 2.8 6 1.8
YC8571 1/2 0.37 4.24 0.64 62 1400 2.5 6 1.8
YC90S-4 3/4 0.55 5.5 0.69 66 1400 2.5 6 1.8
YC90L-4 1 0.75 6.9 0.73 68 1400 2.5 6.5 1.8
YC90L-4 1.5 1.1 9.6 0.74 71 1400 2.5 6.5 1.8
YC100L-4 2 1.5 12.5 0.75 73 1400 2.5 6.5 1.8
YC112M-4 3 2.2 17.8

0.76

74 1400 2.2 6.5 1.8
YC132S-4 4 3 23.6 0.77 75 1400 2.1 6.5 1.8
YC132S-4 5 3.7 28 0.79 76 1400 2.1 6.5 1.8
YC132M-4 7.5 5.5 32.5 0.95 81 1400 2.1 6.5 1.8

OVERALL INSTALLATION DIMENSION:

Frame                                           Installation dimensions            Dimensions
                         IMB3 IMB14    IMB34 IMB5       IMB35              IMB3
A B C D E F G H K M N P R S T M N P R S T AB AC AD AE HD L
71 112 90 45 14 30 5 11 71 7 85 70 105 0 M6 2.5 130 110 160 10 3.5 145 145 140 95 180 255
80 125 100 50 19 40 6 15.5 80 10 110 80 120 0 M6 3 165 130 200 0 12 3.5 160 165 150 110 200 295
90S 140 100 56 24 50 8 20 90 10 115 95 140 0 M8 3 165 130 200 0 12 3.5 180 185 160 120 220 370
90L 140 125 56 24 50 8 20 90 10 115 95 140 0 M8 3 165 130 200 0 12 3.5 180 185 160 120 220 400
100L 160 140 63 28 60 8 24 100 12 215 180 250 0 15 4 205 200 180 130 260 430
112M 190 140 70 28 60 8 24 112 12 215 180 250 0 15 4 245 250 190 140 300 455
132S 216 140 89 38 80 10 33 132 12 265 230 300 0 15 4 280 290 210 155 350 525
132M 216 178 89 38 80 10 33 132 12 265 230 300 0 15 4 280 290 210 155 350 525

SINGLE PHASE MOTORS

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ADVANTAGE:
Pre-sales service: 
•We are a sales team, with all technical support from engineer team.
•We value every inquiry sent to us, ensure quick competitive offer within 24 hours.
•We cooperate with customer to design and develop the new products. Provide all necessary document.

After-sales service:
•We respect your feed back after receive the motors.
•We provide 1years warranty after receipt of motors..
•We promise all spare parts available in lifetime use.
•We loge your complain within 24 hours.

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Application: Industrial
Speed: Low Speed
Number of Stator: Single-Phase
Casing Protection: Closed Type
Number of Poles: 2, 4, 6p
Starting Mode: Direct on-line Starting
Samples:
US$ 200/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
Available

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induction motor

Can you explain the concept of motor efficiency and how it relates to AC motors?

Motor efficiency is a measure of how effectively an electric motor converts electrical power into mechanical power. It represents the ratio of the motor’s useful output power (mechanical power) to the input power (electrical power) it consumes. Higher efficiency indicates that the motor converts a larger percentage of the electrical energy into useful mechanical work, while minimizing energy losses in the form of heat and other inefficiencies.

In the case of AC motors, efficiency is particularly important due to their wide usage in various applications, ranging from residential appliances to industrial machinery. AC motors can be both induction motors, which are the most common type, and synchronous motors, which operate at a constant speed synchronized with the frequency of the power supply.

The efficiency of an AC motor is influenced by several factors:

  1. Motor Design: The design of the motor, including its core materials, winding configuration, and rotor construction, affects its efficiency. Motors that are designed with low-resistance windings, high-quality magnetic materials, and optimized rotor designs tend to have higher efficiency.
  2. Motor Size: The physical size of the motor can also impact its efficiency. Larger motors generally have higher efficiency because they can dissipate heat more effectively, reducing losses. However, it’s important to select a motor size that matches the application requirements to avoid operating the motor at low efficiency due to underloading.
  3. Operating Conditions: The operating conditions, such as load demand, speed, and temperature, can influence motor efficiency. Motors are typically designed for maximum efficiency at or near their rated load. Operating the motor beyond its rated load or at very light loads can reduce efficiency. Additionally, high ambient temperatures can cause increased losses and reduced efficiency.
  4. Magnetic Losses: AC motors experience losses due to magnetic effects, such as hysteresis and eddy current losses in the core materials. These losses result in heat generation and reduce overall efficiency. Motor designs that minimize magnetic losses through the use of high-quality magnetic materials and optimized core designs can improve efficiency.
  5. Mechanical Friction and Windage Losses: Friction and windage losses in the motor’s bearings, shaft, and rotating parts also contribute to energy losses and reduced efficiency. Proper lubrication, bearing selection, and reducing unnecessary mechanical resistance can help minimize these losses.

Efficiency is an important consideration when selecting an AC motor, as it directly impacts energy consumption and operating costs. Motors with higher efficiency consume less electrical power, resulting in reduced energy bills and a smaller environmental footprint. Additionally, higher efficiency often translates to less heat generation, which can enhance the motor’s reliability and lifespan.

Regulatory bodies and standards organizations, such as the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), provide efficiency classes and standards for AC motors, such as IE efficiency classes and NEMA premium efficiency standards. These standards help consumers compare the efficiency levels of different motors and make informed choices to optimize energy efficiency.

In summary, motor efficiency is a measure of how effectively an AC motor converts electrical power into mechanical power. By selecting motors with higher efficiency, users can reduce energy consumption, operating costs, and environmental impact while ensuring reliable and sustainable motor performance.

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Can you explain the difference between single-phase and three-phase AC motors?

In the realm of AC motors, there are two primary types: single-phase and three-phase motors. These motors differ in their construction, operation, and applications. Let’s explore the differences between single-phase and three-phase AC motors:

  • Number of Power Phases: The fundamental distinction between single-phase and three-phase motors lies in the number of power phases they require. Single-phase motors operate using a single alternating current (AC) power phase, while three-phase motors require three distinct AC power phases, typically referred to as phase A, phase B, and phase C.
  • Power Supply: Single-phase motors are commonly connected to standard residential or commercial single-phase power supplies. These power supplies deliver a voltage with a sinusoidal waveform, oscillating between positive and negative cycles. In contrast, three-phase motors require a dedicated three-phase power supply, typically found in industrial or commercial settings. Three-phase power supplies deliver three separate sinusoidal waveforms with a specific phase shift between them, resulting in a more balanced and efficient power delivery system.
  • Starting Mechanism: Single-phase motors often rely on auxiliary components, such as capacitors or starting windings, to initiate rotation. These components help create a rotating magnetic field necessary for motor startup. Once the motor reaches a certain speed, these auxiliary components may be disconnected or deactivated. Three-phase motors, on the other hand, typically do not require additional starting mechanisms. The three-phase power supply inherently generates a rotating magnetic field, enabling self-starting capability.
  • Power and Torque Output: Three-phase motors generally offer higher power and torque output compared to single-phase motors. The balanced nature of three-phase power supply allows for a more efficient distribution of power across the motor windings, resulting in increased performance capabilities. Three-phase motors are commonly used in applications requiring high power demands, such as industrial machinery, pumps, compressors, and heavy-duty equipment. Single-phase motors, with their lower power output, are often used in residential appliances, small commercial applications, and light-duty machinery.
  • Efficiency and Smoothness of Operation: Three-phase motors typically exhibit higher efficiency and smoother operation than single-phase motors. The balanced three-phase power supply helps reduce electrical losses and provides a more constant and uniform torque output. This results in improved motor efficiency, reduced vibration, and smoother rotation. Single-phase motors, due to their unbalanced power supply, may experience more pronounced torque variations and slightly lower efficiency.
  • Application Suitability: The choice between single-phase and three-phase motors depends on the specific application requirements. Single-phase motors are suitable for powering smaller appliances, such as fans, pumps, household appliances, and small tools. They are commonly used in residential settings where single-phase power is readily available. Three-phase motors are well-suited for industrial and commercial applications that demand higher power levels and continuous operation, including large machinery, conveyors, elevators, air conditioning systems, and industrial pumps.

It’s important to note that while single-phase and three-phase motors have distinct characteristics, there are also hybrid motor designs, such as dual-voltage motors or capacitor-start induction-run (CSIR) motors, which aim to bridge the gap between the two types and offer flexibility in certain applications.

When selecting an AC motor, it is crucial to consider the specific power requirements, available power supply, and intended application to determine whether a single-phase or three-phase motor is most suitable for the task at hand.

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Can you explain the basic working principle of an AC motor?

An AC motor operates based on the principles of electromagnetic induction. It converts electrical energy into mechanical energy through the interaction of magnetic fields. The basic working principle of an AC motor involves the following steps:

  1. The AC motor consists of two main components: the stator and the rotor. The stator is the stationary part of the motor and contains the stator windings. The rotor is the rotating part of the motor and is connected to a shaft.
  2. When an alternating current (AC) is supplied to the stator windings, it creates a changing magnetic field.
  3. The changing magnetic field induces a voltage in the rotor windings, which are either short-circuited conductive bars or coils.
  4. The induced voltage in the rotor windings creates a magnetic field in the rotor.
  5. The magnetic field of the rotor interacts with the rotating magnetic field of the stator, resulting in a torque force.
  6. The torque force causes the rotor to rotate, transferring mechanical energy to the connected shaft.
  7. The rotation of the rotor continues as long as the AC power supply is provided to the stator windings.

This basic working principle is applicable to various types of AC motors, including induction motors and synchronous motors. However, the specific construction and design of the motor may vary depending on the type and intended application.

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