Precautions when connecting the reducer and the motor
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0 | Aug 11,2021 16:52
There are several ways to connect the reducer and the motor. For example, it can be directly connected, that is, the flange can be directly connected to the motor, or it can be connected by a belt pulley or a coupling.
Allowable input shaft diameter: The input shaft hole of the reducer and the output shaft of the motor are generally connected by a collar with a variable thickness. When the collar is not added, the input shaft hole of the reducer is a large value.
Input speed: The high input speed of the motor should be less than the large input speed of the reducer.
Rated output torque: The rated output torque of the adapted motor is multiplied by the reduction ratio of the reducer to obtain the output torque of the reducer, which should be less than or equal to the rated output torque of the reducer.
Allowable input flange: It cannot be larger or smaller than the standard size of the secondary reducer. For example, the standard flange of the reducer PLE80 is 80mm, and the secondary reducer is PLE60 and PLE120. The large allowable flange of PLE80 should not be less than 60mm. It cannot be larger than 120mm.
After satisfying the main data, select the model of the reducer. The reducer with a small outer diameter can be equipped with a motor with a larger outer diameter. The opposite is also possible. Choose a suitable connection flange to ensure the correct connection of the motor and the reducer.