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The maximum torque is given as 1.2 kg*cm (which includes the gearbox-transition), which means having wheels with an radius of 1 cm (or 2cm in diameter) will give you a force that is equivalent to 1.2 kg in weight at nominal voltage, as long as your electronics can provide a current of 300 mA (load current).

## How much load can a motor take?

Most electric motors are designed to run at 50% to 100% of rated load. Maximum efficiency is usually near 75% of rated load. Thus, a 10-horsepower (hp) motor has an acceptable load range of 5 to 10 hp; peak efficiency is at 7.5 hp. A motor’s efficiency tends to decrease dramatically below about 50% load.

## How much weight can an electric motor lift?

This means with 1 hp, you can lift about 550 lbs (250 kg) at a rate of 1 ft/sec, 1100 lbs at a rate of 0.5 ft/sec, 225 lb at a rate of 2 ft/sec, 1 lb at a rate of 550 ft/sec, and so on.

## How can you tell how much weight a motor can move?

Force equals the weight of the object acting at the centre of the shaft. For eg: Assume that a Motor shaft is holding a tire of weight 50kg. So the weight acting at the centre of the shaft of motor is Force(F2) = 50*9.81 N.

## How much force can a motor produce?

It would be (550 foot-pounds/second) divided by (2 x Pi x 1 [radians]/second) = roughly 87.5 foot-pounds of torque. This is actually quite a lot of torque for a 1HP 240VAC 60 Hz electric motor, but keep in mind that the rotational speed of the motor is very slow.

## What is electric motor load?

A motor is a device that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy to act upon a mechanical load. The burden placed on the motor due to this mechanical activity is referred to as the motor load. … This rating represents the allowable motor load under ideal environmental conditions.

## How much weight can a 1 hp motor Move?

The constant 1 horsepower equals 550 foot-pounds per second. In other words, 1 horsepower is the amount of work required to move a load of 550 pounds over 1 foot, in 1 second.

## How much does a 7.5 hp motor weight?

Additional information

Brand | Leeson |
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Weight | 159 lbs |

Item Type | Electric Motor |

HP | 7.5 |

RPM | 1740 |

## What is the weight of 2 hp motor?

2 HP Electric Motor 3 Phase

Model: | 2HP380V2800 |
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Hertz: | 50 |

Frame: | 80 |

Phase: | 3 |

Weight: | KG |

## How much weight can a 2 hp motor lift?

To find the weight each opener can lift simply divide 550 lbs by the manufacturer HP rating and then multiply by (2/3). For example, a 1/2 horsepower garage door opener should be able to lift 275 pounds while a 1 HP opener can lift 550 pounds.

## How much weight can a servo motor lift?

This 2.5kg/cm torque means that the motor can pull a weight of 2.5kg when it is suspended at a distance of 1cm. So if you suspend the load at 0.5cm then the motor can pull a load of 5kg similarly if you suspend the load at 2cm then can pull only 1.25.

## How much weight can a NEMA 17 motor lift?

(450 g-load) Max.

## How strong is a 12v DC motor?

12v DC motor with maximum 1.5A capacity can generate 18W of power. 12v DC motor with maximum 3A capacity can generate 36W of power.

## How much weight can a motor turn?

The maximum torque is given as 1.2 kg*cm (which includes the gearbox-transition), which means having wheels with an radius of 1 cm (or 2cm in diameter) will give you a force that is equivalent to 1.2 kg in weight at nominal voltage, as long as your electronics can provide a current of 300 mA (load current).

## How much torque does a motor produce?

Electric motor output power and torque vs. rotation speed.

Power | Motor Speed (rpm) | |
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500 | ||

hp | kW | (lb_{f} ft) |

1 | 0.75 | 10.5 |

1.5 | 1.1 | 15.8 |

## What limits the maximum amount of torque a motor can produce?

Limitation must come from coil resistivity – the more power you pump into coils, the more losses you have due to their non-0 resistivity. At high RPM resistance also increases due to skin effect (reducing effective cross-section of the wire).