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## How do you calculate motor rpm for hp?

The equation to calculate horsepower is simple: **Horsepower = Torque x RPM / 5,252.**

## What is the rpm of normal motor?

Typical no load or synchronous speeds for an AC fractional horsepower motor are **1800 or 3600 rpm**, and 1000-5000 rpm for DC fractional hp motors. If an application calls for a slower speed and/or higher torque, then a gear motor should be considered.

## What is the head of 1 hp pump?

1 HP Submersible Pump, Maximum Discharge Flow: 100 – 500 LPM, Maximum Head: **51 to 100 m**.

## How many ft lbs is 1 hp?

Horsepower, or hp for short, and foot-pounds per second are both units of power. When James Watt created the unit of horsepower, he set it equal to **550 foot-pounds per second**. Horsepower is a significantly larger unit than foot-pounds per second.

## Is 6000 rpm fast?

Registered. 6,000 RPM is **about 70mph actual**, and ~75 indicated.

## How do I calculate RPM?

How to Calculate Motor RPM. To calculate RPM for an AC induction motor, you **multiply the frequency in Hertz (Hz) by 60** — for the number of seconds in a minute — by two for the negative and positive pulses in a cycle. You then divide by the number of poles the motor has: (Hz x 60 x 2) / number of poles = no-load RPM.

## What is the rpm of 2 hp motor?

Product Description

Model: | 2HP220V2800 |
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Horse Power: | 2 HP |

Voltage: | 220 Volt |

RPM: | 2800 Rpm |

Hertz: | 50 |

## How many rpm does a 5 hp motor have?

Nameplate Specifications

Output HP: | 5 Hp | 3.7 kW |
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Frequency: | 60 Hz | 575 V |

Current: | 5.6 A | 1182 rpm |

Service Factor: | 1.15 | 3 |

Efficiency: | 89.5 % | 73 |

## How can we increase the RPM of motor?

Increasing the speed can be achieved by **increasing the supply frequency** as the speed and frequency are directly proportional; however, there are two constraints. The first is the saturation of the magnetic circuit, but this issue can be significantly avoided by keeping the V/f ratio constant.

## How do I lower the RPM on my electric motor?

**A couple of things you can do:**

- Use gears to change ratio of speed, which is what you’re going to do. …
- Use a stepper motor, which are commonly used for high-torque, low RPM applications.
- Find some sort of PWM control circuit to slow it down, although you probably won’t be able to get it down to 5-10RPM.