Product Description

YCL Series Heavy-duty single phase electrical AC motor

YCL Series Heavy-duty capacitor start and run, single phase induction motor is suitable for driving small-size turning machine, especially for household and workshop where only need single-phase power supply. This series motor is designed with advanced technique and made of fine materials. It also has many good characteristics such as lower noise, lower temperature raising and starting current, higher starting torque, reliable operation, easy maintenance and pretty appearance, they all meet the relative rules of IEC standard. 
YCL series motor is similar to YC series in appearance. Comparing with the same output YC series motors, YCL series temperature raising reduce 8.74k on average, efficiency improve 4.21 percent, power factor raise 0.16.

Operating Conditions
Ambient temperature: -15 degree C<q<40 degre C
Above sea level: Not exceed 1000m
Rated voltage: ± 5%

 

PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS

Type Output Current 
(A)
Power
factor
Eff (%) Speed 
(r/min)
Tstart/Tn Ist/In  
kW HP
YCL90S-2 1.1 1.5 7.2 0.95 73.2 2880 2.8 6 1.8
YCL90L-2 1.5 2 8.9 0.97 76 2900 2.8 7 1.8
YCL100L-2 2.2 3 13.2 0.96 78.8 2900 3 6.5 1.8
YCL90S-4 0.75 1 5 0.93 73.3 1450 2.8 6.5 1.8
YCL90L-4 1.1 1.5 7.8 0.9 75 1450 2.5 6 1.8
YCL100L-4 1.5 2 9.3 0.92 79.4 1450 2.8 7 1.8
YCL112M-4 2.2 3 13.6 0.9 81.6 1450 2.3 6.5 1.8
YCL132S1-4 3 4 18.2 0.9 83.2 1450 2.1 6.5 1.8
YCL132S2-4 3.7 5 22 0.9 84.9 1450 2.1 6.5 1.8
YCL132M1-4 5.5 7.5 32.5 0.9 85 1460 2 6.5 1.8
YCL132M2-4 7.5 10 40 0.9 85.5 1460 2 6.5 1.8

Overall & Installation Dimensions
Frame Mounting Dimension Overall Dimension
size A B C D E F G H K M N P R S T AB AC AD HD L
71 112 90 45 14 30 5 11 71 7 130 110 160 0 10 3.5 145 145 140 180 255
80 125 100 50 19 40 6 16 80 10 165 130 200 0 12 3.5 160 165 150 200 295
90S 140 100 56 24 50 8 20 90 10 165 130 200 0 12 3.5 180 185 160 240 370
90L 140 125 56 24 50 8 20 90 10 165 130 200 0 12 3.5 180 185 160 240 400
100L 160 140 63 28 60 8 24 100 12 215 180 250 0 15 4 205 220 180 260 430
112M 190 140 70 28 60 8 24 112 12 215 180 250 0 15 4 245 250 190 300 455
132S 216 140 89 38 80 10 33 132 12 265 230 300 0 15 4 280 290 210 350 525
132M 216 178 89 38 80 10 33 132 12 265 230 300 0 15 4 280 290 210 350 553

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Application: Household Appliances
Operating Speed: Constant Speed
Number of Stator: Three-Phase
Species: Y, Y2 Series Three-Phase
Rotor Structure: Squirrel-Cage
Casing Protection: Closed Type
Customization:
Available

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What role do AC motors play in HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems?

In HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems, AC motors play a crucial role in various components and functions. These motors are responsible for powering fans, compressors, pumps, and other essential equipment within the HVAC system. Let’s explore the specific roles of AC motors in HVAC systems:

  • Air Handling Units (AHUs) and Ventilation Systems: AC motors drive the fans in AHUs and ventilation systems. These fans draw in fresh air, circulate air within the building, and exhaust stale air. The motors provide the necessary power to move air through the ductwork and distribute it evenly throughout the space. They play a key role in maintaining proper indoor air quality, controlling humidity, and ensuring adequate ventilation.
  • Chillers and Cooling Towers: HVAC systems that use chillers for cooling rely on AC motors to drive the compressor. The motor powers the compressor, which circulates refrigerant through the system, absorbing heat from the indoor environment and releasing it outside. AC motors are also used in cooling towers, which dissipate heat from the chiller system by evaporating water. The motors drive the fans that draw air through the cooling tower and enhance heat transfer.
  • Heat Pumps: AC motors are integral components of heat pump systems, which provide both heating and cooling. The motor drives the compressor in the heat pump, enabling the transfer of heat between the indoor and outdoor environments. During cooling mode, the motor circulates refrigerant to extract heat from indoors and release it outside. In heating mode, the motor reverses the refrigerant flow to extract heat from the outdoor air or ground and transfer it indoors.
  • Furnaces and Boilers: In heating systems, AC motors power the blowers or fans in furnaces and boilers. The motor drives the blower to distribute heated air or steam throughout the building. This helps maintain a comfortable indoor temperature and ensures efficient heat distribution in the space.
  • Pumps and Circulation Systems: HVAC systems often incorporate pumps for water circulation, such as in hydronic heating or chilled water systems. AC motors drive these pumps, providing the necessary pressure to circulate water or other heat transfer fluids through the system. The motors ensure efficient flow rates and contribute to the effective transfer of thermal energy.
  • Dampers and Actuators: AC motors are used in HVAC systems to control airflow and regulate the position of dampers and actuators. These motors enable the adjustment of airflow rates, temperature control, and zone-specific climate control. By modulating the motor speed or position, HVAC systems can achieve precise control of air distribution and temperature in different areas of a building.

AC motors in HVAC systems are designed to meet specific performance requirements, such as variable speed control, energy efficiency, and reliable operation under varying loads. Maintenance and regular inspection of these motors are essential to ensure optimal performance, energy efficiency, and longevity of the HVAC system.

In conclusion, AC motors play vital roles in HVAC systems by powering fans, compressors, pumps, and actuators. They enable proper air circulation, temperature control, and efficient transfer of heat, contributing to the overall comfort, air quality, and energy efficiency of buildings.

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Are there energy-saving technologies or features available in modern AC motors?

Yes, modern AC motors often incorporate various energy-saving technologies and features designed to improve their efficiency and reduce power consumption. These advancements aim to minimize energy losses and optimize motor performance. Here are some energy-saving technologies and features commonly found in modern AC motors:

  • High-Efficiency Designs: Modern AC motors are often designed with higher efficiency standards compared to older models. These motors are built using advanced materials and optimized designs to reduce energy losses, such as resistive losses in motor windings and mechanical losses due to friction and drag. High-efficiency motors can achieve energy savings by converting a higher percentage of electrical input power into useful mechanical work.
  • Premium Efficiency Standards: International standards and regulations, such as the NEMA Premium® and IE (International Efficiency) classifications, define minimum energy efficiency requirements for AC motors. Premium efficiency motors meet or exceed these standards, offering improved efficiency compared to standard motors. These motors often incorporate design enhancements, such as improved core materials, reduced winding resistance, and optimized ventilation systems, to achieve higher efficiency levels.
  • Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs): VFDs, also known as adjustable speed drives or inverters, are control devices that allow AC motors to operate at variable speeds by adjusting the frequency and voltage of the electrical power supplied to the motor. By matching the motor speed to the load requirements, VFDs can significantly reduce energy consumption. VFDs are particularly effective in applications where the motor operates at a partial load for extended periods, such as HVAC systems, pumps, and fans.
  • Efficient Motor Control Algorithms: Modern motor control algorithms, implemented in motor drives or control systems, optimize motor operation for improved energy efficiency. These algorithms dynamically adjust motor parameters, such as voltage, frequency, and current, based on load conditions, thereby minimizing energy wastage. Advanced control techniques, such as sensorless vector control or field-oriented control, enhance motor performance and efficiency by precisely regulating the motor’s magnetic field.
  • Improved Cooling and Ventilation: Effective cooling and ventilation are crucial for maintaining motor efficiency. Modern AC motors often feature enhanced cooling systems, including improved fan designs, better airflow management, and optimized ventilation paths. Efficient cooling helps prevent motor overheating and reduces losses due to heat dissipation. Some motors also incorporate thermal monitoring and protection mechanisms to avoid excessive temperatures and ensure optimal operating conditions.
  • Bearings and Friction Reduction: Friction losses in bearings and mechanical components can consume significant amounts of energy in AC motors. Modern motors employ advanced bearing technologies, such as sealed or lubrication-free bearings, to reduce friction and minimize energy losses. Additionally, optimized rotor and stator designs, along with improved manufacturing techniques, help reduce mechanical losses and enhance motor efficiency.
  • Power Factor Correction: Power factor is a measure of how effectively electrical power is being utilized. AC motors with poor power factor can contribute to increased reactive power consumption and lower overall power system efficiency. Power factor correction techniques, such as capacitor banks or power factor correction controllers, are often employed to improve power factor and minimize reactive power losses, resulting in more efficient motor operation.

By incorporating these energy-saving technologies and features, modern AC motors can achieve significant improvements in energy efficiency, leading to reduced power consumption and lower operating costs. When considering the use of AC motors, it is advisable to select models that meet or exceed recognized efficiency standards and consult manufacturers or experts to ensure the motor’s compatibility with specific applications and energy-saving requirements.

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What are the key advantages of using AC motors in industrial applications?

AC motors offer several key advantages that make them highly suitable for industrial applications. Here are some of the main advantages:

  1. Simple and Robust Design: AC motors, particularly induction motors, have a simple and robust design, making them reliable and easy to maintain. They consist of fewer moving parts compared to other types of motors, which reduces the likelihood of mechanical failure and the need for frequent maintenance.
  2. Wide Range of Power Ratings: AC motors are available in a wide range of power ratings, from small fractional horsepower motors to large industrial motors with several megawatts of power. This versatility allows for their application in various industrial processes and machinery, catering to different power requirements.
  3. High Efficiency: AC motors, especially modern designs, offer high levels of efficiency. They convert electrical energy into mechanical energy with minimal energy loss, resulting in cost savings and reduced environmental impact. High efficiency also means less heat generation, contributing to the longevity and reliability of the motor.
  4. Cost-Effectiveness: AC motors are generally cost-effective compared to other types of motors. Their simple construction and widespread use contribute to economies of scale, making them more affordable for industrial applications. Additionally, AC motors often have lower installation and maintenance costs due to their robust design and ease of operation.
  5. Flexible Speed Control: AC motors, particularly induction motors, offer various methods for speed control, allowing for precise adjustment of motor speed to meet specific industrial requirements. Speed control mechanisms such as variable frequency drives (VFDs) enable enhanced process control, energy savings, and improved productivity.
  6. Compatibility with AC Power Grid: AC motors are compatible with the standard AC power grid, which is widely available in industrial settings. This compatibility simplifies the motor installation process and eliminates the need for additional power conversion equipment, reducing complexity and cost.
  7. Adaptability to Various Environments: AC motors are designed to operate reliably in a wide range of environments. They can withstand variations in temperature, humidity, and dust levels commonly encountered in industrial settings. Additionally, AC motors can be equipped with protective enclosures to provide additional resistance to harsh conditions.

These advantages make AC motors a popular choice for industrial applications across various industries. Their simplicity, reliability, cost-effectiveness, energy efficiency, and speed control capabilities contribute to improved productivity, reduced operational costs, and enhanced process control in industrial settings.

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editor by CX 2024-04-17