Product Description

Product Description

YC Series Single Phase Capacitor Start Asynchronous Motor is suitable for air compressor, pump and other equipment of high start torque.
The series motor features by high start torque, excellent running performance, little shape, light weight, low noise and easy maintenance.

Protection Class: IP44/IP54           Cooling Type: IC0141
Insulation Class:B or F                  Operation Type: S1
Rated Voltage: 115/230,220V        Rated Frequency: 60 Hz(50Hz)
Shell material: casting iron and aluminium alloy (only used below 100)
 

Technical Data (220V/50Hz)                                                                                              

Model Power

Current
(A)

Power Factor
(cos¢)

Eff
(%)

Speed
(r/min)
locked torque
Rated torque
   Tst/Tn
locked current
Rated current
     Ist/In
Tmax/
Tn
Hp kW
YC7112 1/4 0.18 1.89 0.72 60 2800 3.0 7 1.8
YC7122 1/3 0.25 2.4 0.74 64 2800 3.0 7 1.8
YC8012 1/2 0.37 3.4 0.77 65 2800 2.8 6.5 1.8
YC8571 3/4 0.55 4.7 0.79 68 2800 2.8 6.5 1.8
YC90S-2 1 0.75 6.1 0.8 70 2800 3.0 6.5 1.8
YC90L-2 1.5 1.1 8.7 0.8 72 2800 2.5 7 1.8
YC90L-2 2 1.5 11.4 0.81 74 2800 2.5 7 1.8
YC100L-2 3 2.2 16.5 0.81 75 2800 2.2 7 1.8
YC100L1-2 4 3 21.88 0.82 76 2800 2.2 6.8 1.8
YC100L-2 5 3.7 26.64 0.82 77 2800 2.2 6.4 1.8
YC112M-2 4 3 21.4 0.82 76 2800 2.2 7 1.8
YC7114 1/6 0.12 1.88 0.58 50 1400 3.0 9 1.8
YC7124 1/4 0.18 2.49 0.62 53 1400 2.8 7 1.8
YC8014 1/3 0.25 3.11 0.63 58 1400 2.8 6 1.8
YC8571 1/2 0.37 4.24 0.64 62 1400 2.5 6 1.8
YC90S-4 3/4 0.55 5.5 0.69 66 1400 2.5 6 1.8
YC90L-4 1 0.75 6.9 0.73 68 1400 2.5 6.5 1.8
YC90L-4 1.5 1.1 9.6 0.74 71 1400 2.5 6.5 1.8
YC100L-4 2 1.5 12.5 0.75 73 1400 2.5 6.5 1.8
YC112M-4 3 2.2 17.8

0.76

74 1400 2.2 6.5 1.8
YC132S-4 4 3 23.6 0.77 75 1400 2.1 6.5 1.8
YC132S-4 5 3.7 28 0.79 76 1400 2.1 6.5 1.8
YC132M-4 7.5 5.5 32.5 0.95 81 1400 2.1 6.5 1.8

OVERALL INSTALLATION DIMENSION:

Frame                                           Installation dimensions            Dimensions
                         IMB3 IMB14    IMB34 IMB5       IMB35              IMB3
A B C D E F G H K M N P R S T M N P R S T AB AC AD AE HD L
71 112 90 45 14 30 5 11 71 7 85 70 105 0 M6 2.5 130 110 160 10 3.5 145 145 140 95 180 255
80 125 100 50 19 40 6 15.5 80 10 110 80 120 0 M6 3 165 130 200 0 12 3.5 160 165 150 110 200 295
90S 140 100 56 24 50 8 20 90 10 115 95 140 0 M8 3 165 130 200 0 12 3.5 180 185 160 120 220 370
90L 140 125 56 24 50 8 20 90 10 115 95 140 0 M8 3 165 130 200 0 12 3.5 180 185 160 120 220 400
100L 160 140 63 28 60 8 24 100 12 215 180 250 0 15 4 205 200 180 130 260 430
112M 190 140 70 28 60 8 24 112 12 215 180 250 0 15 4 245 250 190 140 300 455
132S 216 140 89 38 80 10 33 132 12 265 230 300 0 15 4 280 290 210 155 350 525
132M 216 178 89 38 80 10 33 132 12 265 230 300 0 15 4 280 290 210 155 350 525

PRODUCTION PROCESSING:
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Application: Universal
Operating Speed: High Speed
Number of Stator: Single-Phase
Rotor Structure: Winding Type
Casing Protection: Closed Type
Number of Poles: 2,4,6p
Customization:
Available

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single phase motor

Can Single-Phase Motors be Used for Powering Air Compressors?

Yes, single-phase motors can be used for powering air compressors, but there are certain considerations to keep in mind when choosing a single-phase motor for this application.

When selecting a motor for an air compressor, it’s important to consider the power requirements of the compressor, including the horsepower (HP) rating and the desired operating pressure. Single-phase motors are available in a range of HP ratings, and it’s crucial to choose a motor that can provide sufficient power to meet the demands of the air compressor.

Additionally, the starting torque requirements of the air compressor should be taken into account. Air compressors typically require high starting torque to overcome the initial resistance and start the compression process. Single-phase motors generally have lower starting torque compared to three-phase motors, so it’s important to ensure that the selected single-phase motor can provide adequate starting torque for the specific air compressor.

Furthermore, the efficiency of the motor should be considered, as it can impact the overall performance and energy consumption of the air compressor. While single-phase motors are generally less efficient than three-phase motors, there are high-efficiency single-phase motors available in the market that can help mitigate this issue.

Another factor to consider is the duty cycle of the air compressor. If the compressor will be running continuously or for extended periods, it’s important to ensure that the chosen single-phase motor is designed for continuous duty and can handle the heat generated during prolonged operation.

It’s also worth noting that single-phase motors may require additional components such as capacitors or starting devices to improve their starting performance. These components help provide the necessary phase shift and boost the starting torque of the motor.

In summary, single-phase motors can be used for powering air compressors, but careful consideration should be given to factors such as power requirements, starting torque, efficiency, duty cycle, and the need for additional components. It’s recommended to consult with a motor manufacturer or an expert in the field to ensure the selected single-phase motor is suitable for the specific air compressor application.

single phase motor

How do you determine the horsepower (HP) rating for a single-phase motor?

To determine the horsepower (HP) rating for a single-phase motor, you need to consider several factors and perform calculations based on motor specifications. Here is a step-by-step process to determine the HP rating:

  1. Identify motor specifications: Start by gathering information about the motor, including its voltage rating, current rating, power factor, and efficiency. These specifications are typically provided by the motor manufacturer and can be found on the motor nameplate.
  2. Calculate power input: The power input to the motor can be calculated using the formula:
Power input (in watts) = Voltage (in volts) x Current (in amps) x Power factor
  1. Convert power input to horsepower: Since 1 horsepower is equal to 746 watts, you can convert the power input to horsepower using the formula:
Horsepower (HP) = Power input (in watts) / 746
  1. Consider motor efficiency: If the motor efficiency is provided, multiply the calculated horsepower by the efficiency to obtain the rated horsepower. For example, if the motor efficiency is 0.9 (or 90%), the rated horsepower would be:
Rated Horsepower = Horsepower (HP) x Efficiency

By following these steps and considering the motor specifications, you can determine the horsepower rating for a single-phase motor.

single phase motor

What are the main components of a single-phase motor, and how do they function?

A single-phase motor consists of several key components that work together to generate rotational motion. Each component plays a crucial role in the motor’s operation. Let’s explore the main components of a single-phase motor and how they function:

  • Stator: The stator is the stationary part of the motor and is responsible for producing a rotating magnetic field. In a single-phase motor, the stator contains a main winding or coil, which is energized by the single-phase power supply. When current flows through the winding, it generates a magnetic field that interacts with the rotor to produce motion.
  • Rotor: The rotor is the rotating component of the motor. It is typically made of laminated iron cores and is located inside the stator. The rotor interacts with the rotating magnetic field generated by the stator, causing the rotor to rotate. In a single-phase motor, the rotor does not have its own magnetic field and relies on the action of the stator to induce the rotational motion.
  • Starting Mechanism: Single-phase motors require specific starting mechanisms to overcome the absence of a rotating magnetic field during startup. These mechanisms are necessary to initiate rotation. Common starting mechanisms in single-phase motors include auxiliary windings and centrifugal switches or capacitors. The auxiliary winding, also known as the starting winding, creates an additional magnetic field during startup, providing the initial torque required to overcome inertia. Once the motor reaches a certain speed, centrifugal switches or capacitors disconnect or deactivate the starting mechanisms to allow the motor to run efficiently.
  • Capacitor: Capacitors are often used in single-phase motors to provide the necessary phase shift to create a rotating magnetic field. Capacitors store electrical energy and release it in a controlled manner, helping to create the necessary phase difference between the main winding and the auxiliary winding. This phase shift enables the motor to produce the rotating magnetic field required for rotation.
  • Centrifugal Switch: Some single-phase motors incorporate centrifugal switches in their starting mechanisms. These switches are typically attached to the motor shaft and operate based on centrifugal force. During startup, the centrifugal switch remains closed, allowing the auxiliary winding and starting mechanisms to be active. As the motor reaches a predetermined speed, the centrifugal force causes the switch to open, disconnecting the auxiliary winding and starting mechanisms. This ensures that the motor operates efficiently without unnecessary torque variations.
  • Bearings: Bearings are used to support the rotor and allow it to rotate smoothly within the motor. The bearings minimize friction and provide stability for the rotating components. Proper lubrication and maintenance of the bearings are essential for the motor’s long-term performance and reliability.
  • Enclosure: The motor enclosure provides protection and insulation for the internal components. It helps prevent dust, moisture, and other contaminants from entering the motor, which could impair its operation. The enclosure also contributes to the motor’s overall safety by isolating the electrical components from external contact.

Each component of a single-phase motor plays a vital role in converting electrical energy into mechanical motion. The stator generates the rotating magnetic field, while the rotor interacts with this field to produce rotation. The starting mechanisms, such as auxiliary windings, capacitors, and centrifugal switches, ensure that the motor starts reliably and efficiently. Bearings support the rotating components, and the enclosure provides protection and insulation for the motor’s internal parts.

Understanding the function of these components helps in troubleshooting motor issues, performing maintenance, and selecting the appropriate motor for specific applications.

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