|Kw||160kW - up to 3.250kW|
|Voltage||400 / 6600 V|
|Cooling System||IC 01, IC 611, IC 81W|
|Hz||50 Hz - 60Hz|
|Sectors||Cogeneration, Power Plants, Wind Power Generation|
Discover the Synchronous Electric Motors Built by OME Motors.
The synchronous generators or motors designed and built by OME Motors consist of a rotor (moving part) equipped with magnetic poles, polar expansions present in an even number between 2 and 20 (pole pairs). On these expansions there are two windings fed by a direct current opposed to each other which serve to generate the two poles of the magnetic field. Finally, the current is generated by an external battery connected by sliding contacts (brushes). The fixed part of each synchronous generator model is called a stator; on it there are the windings where the voltage is generated.
The synchronous generators, therefore, work when each pole becomes the site of a magnetic flow that exits from the north pole and crosses the stator windings, and then closes again in the south pole of each polar pair. By rotating the rotor of the synchronous motors, the magnetic field generated by the pole pairs also moves, becoming a rotating magnetic field, that is variable in the space occupied by the stator windings.
Functionality and Advantages of Generators or Synchronous Motors.
The synchronous generators produced by OME Motors operate in alternating current whose rotation speed is synchronized with the electric frequency. The range of OME Motors synchronous generators also includes lower power models in which the power is supplied by the single-phase voltage available in the homes
In general, synchronous electric motors and generators have the following advantages:
- Maximum reliability over time.
- Simplicity in use and maintenance.
- Brushless and equipped with a Synchronous Alternator AC.
- High power / weight ratio.
- Low rotor inertia for high accelerations.
- High efficiency.
The synchronous generator models proposed by OME Motors can operate variable speed loads, if powered by a static converter. They can also be used as a source of electricity corresponding to diesel motors for city or country lighting. Finally, they are ideal where a particularly precise and stable rotation speed is required
Usage and application of three-phase synchronous motors.
The three-phase synchronous generators made by OME Motors consist of a rotor that has several magnetic poles with alternating polarity. These poles are created by permanent magnets or electromagnets powered by direct current but also by a stator on which the windings of the power supply circuit are located. Polar expansions of the stator create a rotating magnetic field that drives the poles of the rotor.
With their unique features, the generator or synchronous motor models of the OME Motors range are ideal for use in those fields where a particularly stable and precise rotation speed is required. That's why they can be successfully used in power plants, cogeneration and wind power generation plants in combination, therefore, with turbines.