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Servomotor Siemens

Servomotor Siemens

Servomotor Siemens

I have a question about the servo motors, on the data sheet at the level of the rotation speed, I have a nominal speed of 2000 rpm, but I want to know if I could order this servo on a speed of 1500 without heating the servomotor, because I want to connect this servo to a reducer of 1:50 so that I can have a maximum speed at the output of 30 rpm, because for a speed of 2000 rpm with this reducer I will not have my 30 rpm.
Thanks for your answer

RE: Servomotor Siemens

Servo motors can operate at whatever speed you want them to that is within their ratings capability ... that's the whole point of them.

RE: Servomotor Siemens

so we won't have any problem for the speed of 1500 rpm

RE: Servomotor Siemens

The horsepower rating of the motor will be at its full rated speed, but you can operate at any speed. Lower speed means lower horsepower. The torque and current ratings are what limit performance du to overheating.

RE: Servomotor Siemens

This begs the question of why are you using a servo motor when an induction motor in your location turns at 1500rpm?

Keith Cress
kcress - http://www.flaminsystems.com

RE: Servomotor Siemens

because I have an application that requires the correct positioning, that's why I want to realize it with servomotors.

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