DC permanet-magnet motor
The DC permanent-magnet motor is a machine for converting electrical energy into mechanical energy (rotary motion). Its stator consists of a permanent magnet, and only the armature consists of a coil through which current flows.
The L+ and L- terminals are used to connect the armature winding. If L+ is connected to positive potential and L- is connected to ground, the motor turns in the direction specified in the parameters. Terminal 1 is a rotary terminal mechanism. A motor test bench or a further motor can be connected here, for example. (The direction of rotation is usually reversed via the connection. This can be selected with the connecting cable.)
Idling speed of the motor can be indicated as a ratio to nominal rotary speed with the parameter Idle revolution : Rated speed. The absolute value of idling speed is determined by multiplying nominal speed by the specified ratio (e.g. nominal rotary speed 2000 rpm * 1.1 = idling speed 2200 rpm).
Winding resistance is calculated automatically based on the entered parameters.
|Power||0.001 ... 1000 kW||0.3|
|Revolution||1 ... 30000 1/min||2000|
|Voltage||1 ... 10000 V||220|
|Current||0.01 ... 100 A||1.8|
|Inductance||0 ... 10 H||0.01|
|n_0 : n_N||1.001 ... 100||1.1|
|Direction of rotation||Right, Left||Right|
|External torque||0 ... 100 N.m||0|