H2W Technologies Introduces Linear Induction Motor LMAA-04-01

  H2W Technologies Introduces LMAA-04-01 Linear Induction Motor

25. July 2018 – H2W engineers have developed a linear induction motor (LMAA-04-01) that can produce 10.6 lbs [47 N] at 15% duty cycle. The synchronous speed of this LIM at 208 VAC is 3-phase 60 Hz 160 in / sec [4 m/s]. The LIM measures 1.69 "x 3.00" x 8.70 "[43 mm x 76 mm x 221 mm] This LIM is designed for high-speed operation, but it can also be operated at standstill (zero speed) to produce static thrust.This motor has a high temperature encapsulant of 350 ° F [176°C] encapsulates the components and seals them against moisture.

A LIM is a non-contact linear motor that operates on the same principle as a squirrel-cage induction motor and is used in applications that do not require positioning.

The 3-phase coil assembly can be connected directly to the AC line for single-speed applications or to a variable speed drive for variable speed motor control.The motors are reversible and can also be dynamically braked.

The laminated coil assembly is used in conjunction with a Aluminum and steel reaction plate supplied by the customer to create a force. A customer supplied storage system is needed to maintain the air gap between the coil assembly and the reaction plate. The width of the reaction plate is equal to the width of the LIM and the length is equal to the coil assembly length plus the stroke.

 H2W Technologies Introduces Linear Induction Motor LMAA-04-01

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