At ARC Systems, we design, construct and produce synchronous motor systems and parts for a wide variety of industries. As a manufacturer and distributor of the synchronous electric motor, AC synchronous electric motor, permanent magnet synchronous motor and brushless synchronous motor products, we aim to deliver all of your ac synchronous electric motor needs in a timely manner.
We’re thoroughly staffed and equipped to handle AC synchronous electric motor orders of any size. We maintain a vast library of proven synchronous motor designs as well as customizable synchronous electric motor configurations designed to meet your brushless synchronous motor specifications.
Whether you need small synchronous motors for use in computer equipment or synchronous motors that provide hundreds of horsepower, we can design and manufacture a synchronous electric motor for you. For large brushless synchronous motor requests, we maintain off-shore facilities to efficiently mass produce our synchronous electric motor. Our line of synchronous motor products includes the following.
• Electric synchronous motor: The electric synchronous motor comes in a range of horsepower configurations and is used to operate residential and commercial air conditioning systems, microwave ovens, heaters, electric fans, lighting fixtures, clocks, surveillance systems, navigation systems and timers.
• AC Electric synchronous motor: In an alternating current synchronous motor, the magnetic field is delivered through the rotor by alternating current electricity.
• Permanent magnet synchronous motors: A synchronous motor with permanent magnets offers a three-phase stator like what is found in an induction motor but with the benefit of the high efficiency of a synchronous motor. The magnetic field of the AC synchronous electric motor is produced by permanently fixed magnets.
• Brushless synchronous motors: This type of synchronous motor is powered by a DC electrical current that is inverted and signaled to drive the motor, which is usually a permanent magnetic synchronous motor.
The Brushless Synchronous Motor Market
Our brushless synchronous motor buyers use an AC synchronous electric motor in their vast array of industries, including food service, the paper industry, medical equipment manufacturers and helicopter navigation systems. The brushless AC synchronous motor is used in airline instrumentation, marine equipment, telecommunications and power plants.
Geological instrumentation also uses a brushless synchronous motor. We supply a finished AC synchronous electric motor as well as AC synchronous electric motor replacement parts to the end users of our products. To learn more about us and our capabilities, you can call us any time or fill out our online contact form.
Why Purchase a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor From Us?
You should purchase the synchronous motor you need from us because we’re committed to your satisfaction with our service as well as our products. We’ll work with you to define an optimal permanent magnet synchronous motor for your needs.
With over 40 years of experience in innovative design, we’re at the forefront of our industry. We’re paving the way for the latest in high-quality equipment by using state-of-the-art technology, expert workmanship and materials that exceed the highest standards of performance expectations.
You’ll benefit from our precision, durability, reliability and performance. Our staff is able to adapt to your permanent magnet synchronous motor needs in today’s ever-changing environment and marketplace.
More Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Information
If you’re not sure about whether a synchronous motor is the best choice for your needs, our team at ARC Systems aims to address your questions. We’re always available to answer any question you have about our synchronous motor capabilities and design.
We can inform you about the AC synchronous electric motor production process. Here are a few questions our clients and new customers regularly ask us about our synchronous electric motor.
What Are the Differences Between a Synchronous Motor and an Induction Motor?
The primary difference between a synchronous motor and an induction motor is that a synchronous motor operates at the level of input from the magnetic field. An induction motor has a magnetic slip that results from the speed of the rotor and the speed of the magnetic field. The difference in these speeds is what generates the rotor current.
A synchronous motor operates more efficiently than an induction motor due to the induction motor’s magnetic slip. Synchronous motors are highly efficient. A permanent magnet synchronous motor can handle large workloads with top-notch consistency.
What Is the Synchronous Motor Principle?
The synchronous motor principle is that whenever a conductor carrying a current is placed in a magnetic field, a torque develops and causes the synchronous motor to rotate. As the synchronous motor begins working, the rotor interlocks, and the stator motor starts rotating at a synchronous speed, which is actually the speed of the rotating magnetic field rather than the permanent magnet synchronous motor itself. The synchronous motor operates at a constant speed whether it has no load or a full load.
What Is Synchronous Motor Theory?
The physical motor theory that explains why a synchronous motor runs is based on Faraday’s law of induction. According to this law, a magnetic field that is changing rapidly produces an induced voltage.
The induced voltage produced by the synchronous motor is the product of electromagnetic conduction. Even at low speeds of synchronous electric motor operation, the synchronous motor offers high efficiency.
What Are the Differences Between a Synchronous Motor and an Asynchronous Motor?
The rotors of the asynchronous and the synchronous electric motor are the primary difference between the two types of motors. In a synchronous motor, the current is supplied to the rotor. In asynchronous motors, the rotor does not receive any electrical current.
The torque of the electric motor depends on the slip, and with a synchronous motor, there is no slip. A synchronous motor maintains a constant rate of rotations per minute at varying loads.
An asynchronous motor’s rotations per minute changes with the load it is carrying. Because each synchronous motor is highly efficient, a v electric motor can be adjusted to operate at the leading power factor.