What should I do if the ATO vibration motor is overloaded? This is a question that many users have left messages in our background for consultation recently. In response to this phenomenon, Fangli Electromechanical Equipment, ATO Vibration Motor, would like to take this opportunity to give you a detailed answer.
1. When the ATO vibration motor is overloaded, the vibration motor manufacturer recommends that you consider reducing the load or replacing the vibration motor with a suitable capacity.
2. If the power supply voltage is too low or too high, the vibration motor will also be overloaded, so the vibration motor manufacturer recommends that you install a three-phase power supply voltage compensation cabinet to ensure the stability of the equipment voltage.
3. When the vibration motor is eroded by corrosive gas or moisture for a long time, the insulation resistance of the motor will decrease. The vibration motor manufacturer recommends that you overhaul it or replace the enclosed motor of the same capacity or specification.
4. The lack of oil in the bearing, dry grinding or non-concentric rotor machinery in the vibration motor will also cause the motor to overload. At this time, the vibration motor manufacturer recommends that you check the wear of the bearing and do relevant lubrication and maintenance work. If it is serious, it is necessary to replace the new bearing in time.