China OEM Electric Utility Carts Hub Gate Linear Actuator Electric Starter Tubular DC Sliding Gate Motor vacuum pump booster

Product Description

SDM-10G32/SDM-20G32 Encryption Sliding Gate Motor General Introduction:
In order to make the installation and configuration easier, we have developed this intelligent 1 button learning sliding door control board. The control board adopts advanced microcomputer chip, digital control, more practical functions, higher safety performance, easier installation and configuration. Fully compatible with the smartphone app network (WiFi/3G/4G/5G) control and bluetooth control and many other features.

Features:
1.  Anti-rush design. At the first operation after each power on, the motor runs in slow motion to the limit point throughout the process to avoid rushing out of the limit. When the door reaches the limit point, the motor can only be operated by pressing the button of the opposite direction to prevent the limit from being broken out. (Notice: It has the power off protection function when in place, and the motor only moves in the opposite direction when repowered).
2. Master-slave mode available. Two motors with the same control board on each can work synchronously. In this mode, infrared, ground sense, automatic door close and other functions are synchronized. Attention:Infrared, ground sense must be connected to the master motor.
3. Motor runtime protection. To prevent the motor from running during the travel failure, the control board will automatically learn the motor running time without manual setting, and 10s will be added automatically as the time margin.
4. Auto-close function. Time can be set from 1s to 250s before the door closes automatically. The default value is 3s.
5. Soft start and slow stop. There’re soft start and slow stop features available. The distance and speed of the slow stop feature can be adjusted.
6. Stop & rebound against resistance. Switchable between stop against resistance and rebound against resistance for the closing travel. Stop against resistance for the opening travle.
7. Onboard socket for bluetooth module. A socket is integrated onboard for the insertion of the standalone bluetooth module (module not included by default).
8. One button configuration for internet control. Can be directly paired with the internet controllers through pressing 1 button onboard, no copy procedure is required.

Product Parameters:

Working voltage DC24V output
Max output current 10A
Fuse AC220 20A
Remote Distance 30m
Remote control 2pcs anti-copy rolling code remotes 
Working temp -25ºC to +75ºC
Max gate weight 1000kg
Output Torque 21N.m
Rotation Speed 12m/min
Limit Switch Magnetic(NC/NO) Spring 
Noise less than 50dB
Mobile APP with WIFI or Bluetooth
Charger power battery 24V3A charger power battery(not include) 
Encryption Remote Frequency  433MHZ

Diagram:

Configuration Introduction:
Dip Switch : Remote Control One-key and Four-key Modes Switch
OFF position: Remote control with 4 independent keys functioning as Open, Close, Stop, Lock.
When in the non-passageway mode, after pressing the Lock key, the Stop key needs to be pressed in prior to being able to operate.
ON position:
(1) A single key on the remote is the one-key control key (The specific key pressed while pairing).
(2) Each key on the remote is a one-key control key.
Function setting: Turn and only turn and to ON, press SET once with a buzzer is the single key one-key mode, press again with 4 buzzers is the 4 keys one-key mode. Turn to OFF after setting.

Dip Switch : Passageway Mode
OFF Position: Enable the Lock button on the remote. (Refer to Remote Control Pairing on Page 4)
ON Position: Enable the passageway mode ( at OFF, at ON).
When the gate is closed at the limit position, press the Lock key will make the motor run in the opening motion for 6s.

Dip Switch : Auto-close
OFF Position: Disable the auto-close function.
ON Position: Enable the auto-close funciton. Only when the gate is opened at the limit position will the countdown starts, then the gate will automatically close to the limit position.
Auto-close timer setting: Turn and only turn and to ON, each press on the SET key is 1s, set it as long as you wish up to 250s. After setting, turn to OFF.

Dip Switch : Slow Stop
OFF Position: Disable the slow stop function.
ON Position: Enable the slow stop function (Effective only after travel distance learning).
The speed of Slow Stop can be adjusted with the MT adjustor, turn it clockwise to gain the speed, turn it anti-clockwise to reduce the speed.
Travel Distance Learning: Turn and only turn and to ON, then hold down the ONE key until the gate starts running auomatically and release. It will close to the limit and open to the limit, and close to the limit again with the slow stop effect. After 2 beeps, the travel distance learning procedure is complete.

Dip Switch : Startup Strength
OFF Position: Enable the slow start function. The gate runs at a slower speed for the first 2s, to reduce the tremble of the gate.
ON Position: Max start speed. The gate runs at the maximum speed from the very beginning.

Dip Switch : Setting Key
OFF Position: Make the settings take effect.
ON Position: Enable the setting mode for the One-key function, Auto-close function and Slow Stop functions. When the settings are set, turn this key to OFF to take effect.

Dip Switch : Resistance Stop & Rebound
OFF Position: The gate stops when running to either open or close.
ON Position: The gate stops against resistance when running to open. When running to close, the gate stops against resistance for 1s and then rebound.
Optimized resistance rebound adjustment: Make sure the motor functions properly. Turn on dip switch , then while the motor is in the motion of closing, rotate the FORCE adjustor anticlockwise to allow the door stops and return automatically, this is the threshold of the resistance force, it’s suggested to rotate the adjustor clockwise a little bit to set it as the final resistance force.

Dip Switch : Motor Rotation Direction Swap
Swap this switch to reverse the rotation direction of the gear.

Blue Dip Switch : Normally Closed/Open
OFF Position: Set the motor status to normally open.
ON Position: Set the motor status to normally closed.

Blue Dip Switch : Master-slave Mode
OFF Postion: Set the current motor as the master motor.
ON Position: Set the current motor as the slave motor.
Master-slave mode means 2 motors with the same control board installed on each work synchronously when the master motor is being operated. Connect 2 motors through the 485A+B- interfaces on both motors in parallel to realize the master-slave mode.

Remote Control Paring and Deletion
Pairing
Hold down the STUDY button on the control board for about 1s until a buzz, then hold down any key of the remote 
control, release it against a buzz, and the pairing procedure is complete. Repeat this step to pair more remotes. 
Up to 120 remotes can be paired with a single board.
Deletion
Hold down the STUDY button on the control board for about 7s, release it against 3 continuous buzzesto delete all 
paired remotes.
P.S.: After entering the pairing state, if no effective RF signal is sensed, the board will exit the pairing state 
automatically with a buzz and the LED returning to always on
B.Gatelink Roling Code Learning Method
Remote Without Locked Type (Button No Function)
Press and hold the “Learn/Delete” button on the GateLink receiving board for about 1 second,the indicator 
will turn off,can hear the buzzer give a “didi”sound,to remind the user release the button,and then enter into 
remote learning type, press  and hold the remote transponder any button(open/close/stop),release it after 
heard the buzzer give”didi”sound again,learning finished;
Remote With Locked Type(Button With Function )
Press and hold the “Learn/Delete” button on the GateLink receiving board for about 1 second,the indicator 
will turn off,can hear the buzzer give a “didi”sound,to remind the user release the button,and then enter into 
remote learning type,press and hold the “Lock” button ,release it after heard the buzzer give”didi”sound 
again,learning finished;
If choosed  the wrong mode, you can re-learn again. Repeat this step to learn multiple remote transponder, 
and the regular version can store up to 64 GateLink ID; (256 Gatelink ID can be optional also)
LED indicators introduction:

RUN indicator
1. The RUN indicator is always on when powered
2, The RUN indicator flashes once everytime an effective RF signal is sensed
3, When setting the timer for auto-close, the RUN indicator flashes once along with a beep against each press on ONE
4, When in the Master-slave mode, the RUN indicator flashes constantly with an interval of 1s
5, When in the auto-close countdown state, the RUN indicator flashes constantly with an interval of 1s
6, When in the motion of opening, the RUN indicator flashes once per second
7, When in the motion of closing, the RUN indicator flashes 5 times per second

UNDER-V indicator
1, When the voltage of the battery is in between 19 ~ 20V, the UNDER-V indicator is always on
2, When the voltage of the battery is lower than 19V, the UNDER-V indicator flashes constantly, the board enters the under-voltage state and will not carry out the motions of neither opening nor closing

BLE indicator
1, When the bluetooth module is not bound, the BLE indicator flashes once per second constantly
2, After binding, the BLE indicator flashes once per second when linked with the mobile app, and goes off when the app is quit
3, After holding down the BLE key for 5s to reset the bluetooth feature, the BLE indicator will stay on

Charge indicator
1, When charging, the red LED is always on
2, The red LED goes off after full charged

Photocell indicator
When triggered, the corresponding red LED is on, otherwise it stays off

Stop indicator
When triggered, the corresponding red LED is on, otherwise it stays off

Manual button indicator
When triggered, the corresponding red LED is on, otherwise it stays off

Closing indicator
When triggered, the corresponding yellow LED is on, otherwise it stays off

Opening indicator
When triggered, the corresponding green LED is on, otherwise it stays off

Loop indicator
When triggered, the corresponding red LED is on, otherwise it stays off

Closed limiter indicator
When the gate is closed at the limit position, the corresponding LED stays on, otherwise it’s off

Open limiter indicator
When the gate is open at the limit position, the corresponding LED stays on, otherwise it’s off

Buzzer introduction:
1, A buzz occurs each time a dip switch is dipped
2, When in the unlocked status under the Lock mode, a buzz occurs when the LOCK button on the remote is pressed indicating the remote is locked. When in the locked statuse, press the STOP button on the remote causes 2 buzzes, and the remote is unlocked
3, When both limit swithes are triggered at the same time, the buzzer keeps buzzing and the motor cannot be operated by any button, in this case the height of the magnet should be adjusted
4, When the gate is at the open/closed limit position, if the open/close button on the remote is pressed, 3 continuous buzzes occur and no reaction happens
5, Stop against resistance when opening will cause 3 continuous buzzes, stop/rebound against resistance when closing will cause 5 continuous buzzes

Magnetic limit switch installation guide:
Move the gate to the ideal closed position, fix the magnet on the gear rack at the spot where the limit switch box is located and make sure the magnet is facing to the box. Do the same with another magnet for the open position at the other end of the racks. Make sure the magnet on the left is higher and the 1 on the right is lower. When at a certain limit position, the corresponding LED indicator on the board will stays on. If the 2 indicators are on at the same time along with a constant buzz, the height of the magnet needs to be adjusted

M-S mode (double machines synchronized) setup guide:
Connection:
1, Turn the Master/Slave dip switch to ON on the master motor. Leave the switch at OFF on the slave motor
2, Connect the A+ B- interfaces on the master motor to the corresponding interfaces on the slave motor
After connecting, if the RUN indicators on both master and slave motors flashes synchronouly once per second, it’s properly set. Otherwise, check the wire connection or the status of the dip switches

Functions:
1, When the M-S mode is successfully set, the remotes paired with the slave motor and the Manual button, Study/Delete button on the slave motor are all out of function as well as the Open, Stop, Close functions of any external control devices connected with the slave motor
2, When operating the remotes paired with the master motor, and the Manual button, Study/Delete button on the master motor as well as the Open, Stop, Close functions of any external control devices connected with the master motor, the slave motor will carry out the same operations
3, The resistance stop/rebound function, photocell function, loop function on both motors can be triggered from either motor and carry out the corresponding function on the other at the same time
4, The auto-close function of the slave motor is overwritten by the master motor, if this function is supposed to be used, turn the AUTO CLOSE dip switch to ON on the master motor
5, The low speed rate and resistance force can be set on each motor separately
6, The limit function on each motor works separately, it is to be set on either motor before linking;

JUTAI Other Products
JUTAI is a manufacturer which integrated with R&D, Production, and Sales, mainly dealing in loop detectors, photocell beams, safety light curtains, Card readers, access control, remote control, traffic light, barrier gate, and gate opener, gate automation system,s, and parking management system.
/* January 22, 2571 19:08:37 */!function(){function s(e,r){var a,o={};try{e&&e.split(“,”).forEach(function(e,t){e&&(a=e.match(/(.*?):(.*)$/))&&1

After-sales Service: Lifetime Maintenance
Warranty: 1 Year
Material: Aluminum Alloy
Samples:
US$ 245/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

|

Order Sample

1000kg gate motor with 24DC
Customization:
Available

|

.shipping-cost-tm .tm-status-off{background: none;padding:0;color: #1470cc}

Shipping Cost:

Estimated freight per unit.







about shipping cost and estimated delivery time.
Payment Method:







 

Initial Payment



Full Payment
Currency: US$
Return&refunds: You can apply for a refund up to 30 days after receipt of the products.

dc motor

How does the speed control of a DC motor work, and what methods are commonly employed?

The speed control of a DC (Direct Current) motor is essential for achieving precise control over its rotational speed. Various methods can be employed to regulate the speed of a DC motor, depending on the specific application requirements. Here’s a detailed explanation of how speed control of a DC motor works and the commonly employed methods:

1. Voltage Control:

One of the simplest methods to control the speed of a DC motor is by varying the applied voltage. By adjusting the voltage supplied to the motor, the electromotive force (EMF) induced in the armature windings can be controlled. According to the principle of electromagnetic induction, the speed of the motor is inversely proportional to the applied voltage. Therefore, reducing the voltage decreases the speed, while increasing the voltage increases the speed. This method is commonly used in applications where a simple and inexpensive speed control mechanism is required.

2. Armature Resistance Control:

Another method to control the speed of a DC motor is by varying the armature resistance. By inserting an external resistance in series with the armature windings, the total resistance in the circuit increases. This increase in resistance reduces the armature current, thereby reducing the motor’s speed. Conversely, reducing the resistance increases the armature current and the motor’s speed. However, this method results in significant power loss and reduced motor efficiency due to the dissipation of excess energy as heat in the external resistance.

3. Field Flux Control:

Speed control can also be achieved by controlling the magnetic field strength of the motor’s stator. By altering the field flux, the interaction between the armature current and the magnetic field changes, affecting the motor’s speed. This method can be accomplished by adjusting the field current through the field windings using a field rheostat or by employing a separate power supply for the field windings. By increasing or decreasing the field flux, the speed of the motor can be adjusted accordingly. This method offers good speed regulation and efficiency but requires additional control circuitry.

4. Pulse Width Modulation (PWM):

Pulse Width Modulation is a widely used technique for speed control in DC motors. It involves rapidly switching the applied voltage on and off at a high frequency. The duty cycle, which represents the percentage of time the voltage is on, is varied to control the effective voltage applied to the motor. By adjusting the duty cycle, the average voltage across the motor is modified, thereby controlling its speed. PWM provides precise speed control, high efficiency, and low power dissipation. It is commonly employed in applications such as robotics, industrial automation, and electric vehicles.

5. Closed-Loop Control:

In closed-loop control systems, feedback from the motor’s speed or other relevant parameters is used to regulate the speed. Sensors such as encoders or tachometers measure the motor’s actual speed, which is compared to the desired speed. The difference, known as the error signal, is fed into a control algorithm that adjusts the motor’s input voltage or other control parameters to minimize the error and maintain the desired speed. Closed-loop control provides excellent speed regulation and accuracy, making it suitable for applications that require precise speed control, such as robotics and CNC machines.

These methods of speed control provide flexibility and adaptability to various applications, allowing DC motors to be effectively utilized in a wide range of industries and systems.

dc motor

Are there specific types of DC motors designed for different industries or applications?

Yes, there are specific types of DC (Direct Current) motors that are designed and optimized for various industries and applications. DC motors offer a wide range of performance characteristics, allowing them to be tailored to specific requirements. Here’s a detailed explanation of the types of DC motors designed for different industries or applications:

1. Brushed DC Motors:

Brushed DC motors are commonly used in applications that require simple and cost-effective motor solutions. They are suitable for applications with lower efficiency requirements and where maintenance considerations are manageable. Some common industries and applications that use brushed DC motors include:

  • Automotive: Power window mechanisms, windshield wipers, cooling fans, and seat adjustment systems.
  • Consumer Electronics: Household appliances, toys, power tools, and personal care devices.
  • Industrial Machinery: Conveyors, pumps, fans, and machine tools.

2. Brushless DC Motors:

Brushless DC motors are known for their higher efficiency, greater reliability, and precise control capabilities. They are widely used in industries and applications that demand higher performance and advanced control features. Some specific industries and applications that utilize brushless DC motors include:

  • Automotive: Electric power steering systems, electric vehicles, hybrid vehicles, and HVAC systems.
  • Aerospace and Defense: Actuators, robotics, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and missile systems.
  • Medical and Laboratory Equipment: Centrifuges, pumps, robotics, and diagnostic devices.
  • Industrial Automation: CNC machines, robotics, automated guided vehicles (AGVs), and precision motion control systems.
  • Renewable Energy: Wind turbine generators, solar tracking systems, and energy storage systems.

3. High-Torque DC Motors:

High-torque DC motors are designed to provide substantial torque output at low speeds. They are commonly used in applications that require heavy lifting or high starting torque. Industries and applications that often utilize high-torque DC motors include:

  • Material Handling: Cranes, hoists, winches, lifts, and elevators.
  • Construction and Mining: Excavators, bulldozers, drilling rigs, and conveyor systems.
  • Automotive: Electric vehicles, electric powertrains, and traction control systems.
  • Marine and Shipbuilding: Thrusters, winches, and anchor handling systems.

4. Low-Voltage DC Motors:

Low-voltage DC motors are designed to operate at lower voltages, typically below 24 volts. They are commonly used in battery-powered applications and systems where safety or specific voltage requirements exist. Some industries and applications that utilize low-voltage DC motors include:

  • Automotive: Automotive accessories, window actuators, and door locks.
  • Robotics and Hobbyist Projects: DIY robots, RC vehicles, and model trains.
  • Solar Power Systems: Solar tracking systems, solar panel actuators, and solar-powered water pumps.
  • Home Automation: Automated blinds, curtains, and smart home devices.

These are just a few examples of the types of DC motors designed for different industries and applications. The versatility and adaptability of DC motors make them suitable for a wide range of uses, and manufacturers often offer customized motor solutions to meet specific requirements.

dc motor

Can DC motors be used in robotics, and if so, what are some notable applications?

Yes, DC (Direct Current) motors can be used in robotics, and they are widely employed in various robotic applications. DC motors offer several advantages that make them suitable for robotic systems, including their controllability, compact size, and versatility. Here’s a detailed explanation of how DC motors are used in robotics and some notable applications:

DC Motors in Robotics:

DC motors are commonly used in robotics due to their ability to provide precise speed control and torque output. They can be easily controlled by adjusting the voltage applied to the motor, allowing for accurate and responsive motion control in robotic systems. Additionally, DC motors can be designed in compact sizes, making them suitable for applications with limited space and weight constraints.

There are two main types of DC motors used in robotics:

  1. DC Brushed Motors: These motors have a commutator and carbon brushes that provide the electrical connection to the rotating armature. They are relatively simple in design and cost-effective. However, they may require maintenance due to brush wear.
  2. DC Brushless Motors: These motors use electronic commutation instead of brushes, resulting in improved reliability and reduced maintenance requirements. They are often more efficient and offer higher power density compared to brushed motors.

Notable Applications of DC Motors in Robotics:

DC motors find applications in various robotic systems across different industries. Here are some notable examples:

1. Robotic Manipulators: DC motors are commonly used in robotic arms and manipulators to control the movement of joints and end-effectors. They provide precise control over position, speed, and torque, allowing robots to perform tasks such as pick-and-place operations, assembly, and material handling in industrial automation, manufacturing, and logistics.

2. Mobile Robots: DC motors are extensively utilized in mobile robots, including autonomous vehicles, drones, and rovers. They power the wheels or propellers, enabling the robot to navigate and move in different environments. DC motors with high torque output are particularly useful for off-road or rugged terrain applications.

3. Humanoid Robots: DC motors play a critical role in humanoid robots, which aim to replicate human-like movements and capabilities. They are employed in various joints, including those of the head, arms, legs, and hands, allowing humanoid robots to perform complex movements and tasks such as walking, grasping objects, and facial expressions.

4. Robotic Exoskeletons: DC motors are used in robotic exoskeletons, which are wearable devices designed to enhance human strength and mobility. They provide the necessary actuation and power for assisting or augmenting human movements, such as walking, lifting heavy objects, and rehabilitation purposes.

5. Educational Robotics: DC motors are popular in educational robotics platforms and kits, including those used in schools, universities, and hobbyist projects. They provide a cost-effective and accessible way for students and enthusiasts to learn about robotics, programming, and control systems.

6. Precision Robotics: DC motors with high-precision control are employed in applications that require precise positioning and motion control, such as robotic surgery systems, laboratory automation, and 3D printing. The ability of DC motors to achieve accurate and repeatable movements makes them suitable for tasks that demand high levels of precision.

These are just a few examples of how DC motors are used in robotics. The flexibility, controllability, and compactness of DC motors make them a popular choice in a wide range of robotic applications, contributing to the advancement of automation, exploration, healthcare, and other industries.

China OEM Electric Utility Carts Hub Gate Linear Actuator Electric Starter Tubular DC Sliding Gate Motor   vacuum pump booster	China OEM Electric Utility Carts Hub Gate Linear Actuator Electric Starter Tubular DC Sliding Gate Motor   vacuum pump booster
editor by CX 2024-05-07