19xx SERIES BRUSHLESS MOTORS

 

 

 

51mm OD 1900 series innrunner BLDC motors feature a large diameter rotor in a fixed enclosure.  The high diameter to length bias achieves the high torque advantages of an outrunner with the mounting and operational advantages of a non-rotating enclosure.

  • Inrunner construction
  • High speed operation – 35,000 RPM
  • 8 poles / 24 slots
  • 5, 6, or 8mm shafts

Options:

  • Finned case
  • Waterproof case
  • Internal fan for better cooling

May be mated with P32 gearboxes for very high power-to-weight drives.

Neumotors 1900 series brushless motors are manufactured in a wide variety of lengths and winds to provide increasing power ratings at a number of voltages. Select the desired motor power range from the table below.

19xx SERIES LENGTH AND POWER RANGE 

 

See the tables below for kv and torque particulars.

 


 

1902: 300-600 watt class BLDC motors

 


 


 

1905: 600-1,200 watt class BLDC motors

 


 


 

1907: 900-1,800 watt class BLDC motors

 


 


 

1910: 1,200-2,400 watt class BLDC motors

 


 


 

1912: 1,500-3,000 watt class BLDC motors

 


 


 

1915: 1,800-3,700 watt class BLDC motors

 


 


 

1917: 2,100-4,200 watt class BLDC motors

 


 


 

1920: 2,500-5,000 watt class BLDC motors

 


 


 

1924: 3,000-6,000 watt class BLDC motors

 

 


 

1930: 3,500-7,000 watt class BLDC motors

 

 


 

 

POWER RATINGS (Watts):

  • Continuous rating is the power the motor can deliver while maintaining the external housing temperatures below 100C.
  • MAX power rating is the power the motor can deliver beginning with motor at a temp of 20C until it reaches it’s limit temperature of 100C.
  • The ratings are therefore dependent on a number of variables including air flow, ambient air temperature, contact cooling etc.

MAX VOLTAGE

Limited by kv (RPMs per volt) times the applied voltage.  Max voltage must be kept below the voltage which will spin the motor over max rpm for the motor series.

MAX AMPERAGE

See power ratings above.

MTBF RATINGS:

When used within the constraints described above, BLDC motors’ primary “wear” item(s) are the bearings supporting the shaft. Bearing life is inversely affected by speed, temperature, and radial and axial loads.  While an MTBF figure can be generated, it would be rendered invalid by excursions beyond prescribed temperatures or load limits – such as prop strikes, or side loads.  MTBF must be determined on a case by case basis, and even then, it would be subject to numerous exceptions.

 

COMPONENT SPECIFICATIONS

  • Winding temperature:  — 180C
  • Magnet grade: – 180C UH grade
  • Bearings:  Japanese SPB bearings