Synchronous motor with permanent magnet

A permanent synchronous motor (also called a "PM motor") is a motor in which a magnetic field is generated by permanent magnets. It is characterized by a constantly magnetized rotor that is moved synchronously, in other words without the so-called "slip", with the magnetic rotational field of the stator.

Advantages

•    Maximum efficiency
•    Dynamic speed control possible
•    Fast reaction to load change
•    Small installation space, low weight

Product data PM-synchronous motor VECTOMOTOR VM600m

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VM600M-1AW0318

Marine (Permanent magnet)

Continuous torque 1): 3180 Nm
Rated speed nN: 1500 1/min
Nominal current UVW, per phase: 583 Arms

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VM600M-1AW0573

Marine (Permanent magnet)

Continuous torque 1): 5730 Nm
Rated speed nN: 1500 1/min
Nominal current UVW, per phase: 820 Arms

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VM600M-1AW0446

Marine (Permanent magnet)

Continuous torque 1): 4460 Nm
Rated speed nN: 1500 1/min
Nominal current UVW, per phase: 639 Arms

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VM600M-18Z0012

Auxiliary (Permanent magnet synchronous)

Noiminal torque 1): 30 Nm
Rated speed nN: 3000 1/min
Peak current UVW, per phase: 26.3 Arms

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VM600M-18W0018

Auxiliary (Permanent magnet synchronous)

Noiminal torque 1): 72 Nm
Rated speed nN: 3000 1/min
Peak current UVW, per phase: 163 Arms

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VM600M-18Z0027

Auxiliary (Permanent magnet synchronous)

Rated speed nN: 3000 1/min
Peak current UVW, per phase: 180 Arms

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VM600M-18W0027

Auxiliary (Permanent magnet synchronous)

Noiminal torque 1): 94 Nm
Rated speed nN: 3000 1/min
Peak current UVW, per phase: 241 Arms

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