If you buy 24V synchronous motor, know the difference in design between a synchronous motor and an asynchronous motor
The difference between synchronous motor and asynchronous motor design
The biggest difference between synchronous motors and asynchronous Motors is whether their rotor speed is consistent with the stator rotating magnetic field. The rotor speed of the motor is the same as that of the stator rotating magnetic field. It is called a synchronous motor. Conversely, it is called an asynchronous motor.
In addition, the stator windings of the synchronous motor and the asynchronous motor are the same, and the difference lies in the rotor structure of the motor. The rotor of the asynchronous motor is a short-circuit winding, which generates current by electromagnetic induction. The rotor structure of the synchronous motor is relatively complex, and there is a DC excitation coil. Therefore, an external excitation power supply is needed to introduce current through the sliding ring; Therefore, the structure of synchronous Motors is relatively complex, and the cost and maintenance costs are relatively high.