DC electric motors
M63P-H

Dc electric motors diameter 63 stronger version with hall sensor m63p-h

M63P-H

Stall torque from 4,0Nm to 1,43Nm

The M63P-H motors are electric motors equipped with filter; they have higher performances in comparison with the M63-H motors thanks to longer rotor and magnets and are equipped with a circuit with one or two Hall sensors.

The longer rotor and magnets allow to increase the maximum torque, thus improving the under-load efficiency, while  the Hall sensor provides a signal which allows to count the number of rotations of the motor. With two Hall sensors it is also possible to determine the sense of rotation of the electric motor. Thanks to the filter, which is normally made of an LC-circuit, electric motors can be tested in compliance with the EMC directive.

In the technical datasheet it is possible to select the motor shaft, the circuit with one or two Hall sensors and to request special cables which have to be indicate in the enquiry form.

In the table named “Electrical Data” it is indicate the voltage range of the M63P-H motors’ applications and a list of the performances for the most commonly used voltage values, 12V ad 24V.

The interactive curve allows to select the required performances by selecting power voltage and no-load speed.

Applications

The M63P-H electric motors are generally applied in linear actuators and in various automatisms.   

Electric data

12 V 24 V
Standard nominal voltage 12 V 24 V
No load speed
N0 [Rpm]
7000÷2500 7000÷2500
No load current
I0 [A]
2.60÷0.90 1.30÷0.45
Nominal speed
Nn [Rpm]
6867÷2367 6867÷2367
Nominal torque
Mn [Nm]
0.08 0.08
Nominal current
In [A]
7÷2.50 7÷2.50
Nominal power
Pn [W]
54.60÷18.90 54.60÷18.90
Stall torque
Ms [Nm]
4÷1.43 4÷1.43
Starting current
Is [A]
235÷37 117.50÷18.50
Max power
Pmax [W]
733÷93 733÷93
Max efficiency
ηmax [%]
84÷73 84÷73

Mechanical data

Type of duty Depending on application
Weight 1.50

Technical drawing

Dc electric motors diameter 63 stronger version with hall sensor m63p-h

Shaft

Select the shaft for your motor :

Filter

Hall sensor's diagram



Set the characteristic curve

The characteristic curve of the DC electric motors is made of a diagram represented in the Cartesian axis based on the values which are inserted, where once can see represented the torque, in [Nm] (axis X); the rotation speed, in [Rpm] (axis y1); the absorbed current, in [A] (axis y2); the efficiency (axis y3).

No-load RPM motor:
Power voltage:







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