High Speed Blender Motor DC Thermal Protector| Haichuan
The thermal protector is a thermal element that automatically disconnects the circuit to protect the motor when the motor temperature is too high. The triggering temperature of the thermal protector is 40-250℃ to ensure that the protection device can be triggered in time when the motor overheats to avoid damage to the motor.
The high speed blender is very powerful and can meet people's diverse dietary needs. Not only can it make juices and drinks of various flavors, but it can also easily make nut butters, plant milks, soups, sauces, baby food, etc. The high speed blender uses high-speed rotating blades and powerful power to completely break and mix the ingredients, making food preparation more convenient and efficient. Whether it is for home use or commercial kitchen, the wall breaker is a very practical electrical equipment.
High speed blender usually use DC motors as the power source. DC motors have high rotational speed and large power output capabilities, making them ideal for crushing and mixing ingredients. The DC motor can provide stable rotational speed, allowing the high speed blender to maintain a consistent mixing effect when working. At the same time, the high efficiency of the DC motor also ensures the excellent performance of the high speed blender, which can break the food into the required texture more quickly. In addition, the DC motor also has the characteristics of low noise and low vibration, making the high speed blender more stable and quiet during use, increasing the user's comfort.
The thermal protector is added to the DC motor to protect the motor and high speed blender from overheating and damage. The thermal protector is a heat-sensitive component that automatically disconnects the circuit when the motor temperature is too high to protect the motor. When the wall breaking machine is working, since it requires high-speed rotating blades for mixing and crushing, the motor will be subject to a large load and is prone to overheating. In order to avoid this situation, wall breaking machines usually add a thermal protector to the motor. Once the motor temperature is too high, the thermal protector will automatically cut off the circuit to protect the motor from damage.
HCET-A series DC thermal protectors are available in rated DC12V-DC 48V voltages. The maximum rated current is 25A (rated current), ensuring that it can withstand the rated current of the DC motor. The trip temperature of the thermal protector is 40-250°C to ensure that the protection device can be triggered in time when the motor overheats to avoid damage to the motor.
When selecting a DC motor thermal protector, multiple factors need to be considered, including rated voltage, rated current, and triggering temperature, to ensure that the thermal protector can work properly and effectively protect the DC motor.