The difference between a slipring motor and an ordinary asynchronous motor is the different constructed rotor. In the ordinary asynchronous motor, this is a short-circuited rotor, the rotor of a slipring motor is constructed with windings, shifted 120° to one another and the wires of the windings are connected to sliprings which are accessible from the outside through carbon brushes. In this type of machine, the start-up current and therefore also the torque can easily be regulated.
Both new and overhauld slipring motors are on stock at Van Bodegraven Electric motors. Our overhauld slipring motors are checked for defects, cleaned and new again. Also for overhauling or repairing your own slipring motor, please contact us.
|Type||Power in kW||RPM||High voltage||IP||Version||Brand|
|R 2273-2 B||320.00||2950||6000Y||IP23||B3||Siemens|