What is Difference Between Induction Motor & Servo Motor
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Answer / sameer sane
An induction motor has high inertia and servo motor has a
very low inertia. Hence servo motors are used in
applications where instant and accurate positioning of load
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Answer / darshan
as in induction motor stator is formed by coils while in
servo motor stator is formed with permenent magnet. so in
indution motor very high inertia is there while in servo
inertia is low. Due to that servo is very easy to stop at
instatnt. so it is used in position control while in
application where at instant position stop is not required
induction motor is used
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Answer / kishore unde
servo motor is actual normal ac induction motor with added
fetcher as 1)low inertia rotor 2) high torque break. and
3)inbuilt encoder for speed and position feedback. All this
components combine work with servo drive.
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Answer / bilal asad
the Only Difference between servo motor and Induction motor
is that servo motor and drive makes a fully closed loop
because of built in encoder with servo motor, but we can
make a closed loop ssystem with inductio motor by putting
an external encoder still there is one addition with servo
motor is that servo motor have permanent magnets which
gives better accuracy than simple induction motor
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Answer / x man
the motors are selected according to the torque requirement
and based on the applicaiton,
for normal industrial application Induction motors are
for some application which requires high torque,positioning
andd breaking control .we can use servo motor.
servo needs and drive package and requires lenghty
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Answer / rashid khan
induction motor have a high inertia whereas sevo motor have
a low interia due to we stop it at any instant.servo mohave
have a high starting torque and have a capapbility to break
that torque at any instant,whereas induction motor have a
low starting torque and we can not stop it any exact
positio dueho high interia.accuracy of servo motor are more
than induction motor but it is expensive.generally servo
motor are to be use where we required a high starting torue
with small displacement.if the servo motor connect with
servo drive then we need a 24 volt dc spply to execute or
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Answer / yadav
servo moter use for accuracy.
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Answer / pradeep
servo moter act as automatic moter and registration control
and it have low inertia and its cappable instant stop and
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Answer / sumit
Induction motor is mostly used for company purpose and we can change the speed as per our criteria but wholly in 360 degree and in servo motor which is generally known as low speed motor .In that we can change the speed as per our criteria but not in 360 degree it can change its speed in every 90 degree through programme.
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Answer / k.prakashchandra
An electrical input determines the position of the armature
of the servo motor which is an EM device.
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