Electric motor 

A machine that transforms electrical energy into mechanical energy is an electric motor. It functions according to the electromagnetic induction principle, whereby an electric current running through a wire when a magnetic field is present creates a force that propels the motor’s spin. Then, this rotation can be employed to power various mechanical devices or carry out particular functions.

The fundamental parts of an electric motor are as follows:

Stator: The motor’s stationary component that is made up of a number of coils or windings. These windings produce a magnetic field when there is an electric current flowing through them.

Rotor: The motor’s rotating component, usually composed of a shaft and a number of conducting bars or windings. The magnetic field of the stator is placed around the rotor.

Commutator The commutator is used in various motor types, such as DC motors, to change the flow of current through the rotor windings, which aids in maintaining rotation in a particular direction.

Brushes are employed in some motors with a commutator to make electrical contact with the rotor windings and provide current to them.

A magnetic field is created in the stator of the motor when electricity is applied, and this field interacts with the magnetic field in the rotor. The rotor rotates as a result of this interaction, and rotational motion can be used to power many different machines and devices, including fans, pumps, cars, industrial machinery, and more.

There are many different types and configurations of electric motors, including AC

PECO A.C Asynchronous Induction Motors

Over 45 years of our experience in the manufacture of A.C induction motors ensures that our motors are stable in operation, highly energy efficient, extremely adoptable to fluctuation in load, low in maintenance and can work satisfactorily in severe climatic and environment conditions. PECO Motors are dependable best value of money.


PECO motors comply with the following international standards:

  • IEC 6003430
  • GB 18613-2012 (3 Levels)
  • NEMA MG1

Degree of Protection

PECO motors comply with ingress protection IP-55 having high protection against solid objects, water and oil from entering into motor body. It also avoids getting the electric shock and contract of the rolling parts. PECO also produces IP23, IP44 &IP54 motors.

Operating Features

PECO motors are designed to operate on continuous duty cycle (S1) at ambient temperature up to 40 degree celcius and altitude of 100 meters. Under these conditions, the motor can withstand even 100 % overload for 15 seconds.

Operating voltage of PECO motors is 400 Volts +- 5% for rated output.

The standard synchronous speeds are 3000, 1500, 1000 and 750 R.P.M on 50 cycles for 2/4/6/8 poles motors respectively. Full load speeds are 2.5 % lower than synchronous speeds.

PECO motors have insulation Class F but temperature rise equivalent to Class B 85 degree celcius above ambient temperature of 40 degree celcius. 

Salient Features

  • Energy Efficient
  • TEFC (I.P55)
  • Low maintenance cost
  • IEC 34-30 & GB 18613-2012
  • ASD & DOL starting
  • More than 65 years of customer Confidence


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