AC Motors: AC motors are electric motors that convert AC electrical energy into mechanical energy. They are the most common type of motor used in industrial, commercial, and residential applications today. AC motors can either be single or three phase motors and have different speed and torque characteristics, which makes them suitable for a wide range of applications.
DC Motors: DC motors are electric motors that convert direct current electrical energy into mechanical energy. They are used in a variety of applications, from powering small appliances to powering lifting devices and robotics in various industries. The ability to control a DC motor’s speed and torque makes them ideal for precision applications. DC motors are available in a variety of sizes and power ratings, making them suitable for different types of applications.
Servo Motors: Servo motors are popular with robotics and automated systems, as they have a built-in control feedback loop. This allows them to accurately control the speed, torque and position of the motor without any external sensors. They also have a wide range of power ratings, making them suitable for small and large-scale applications. Servo motors are also known for their high power efficiency, long life and reliability.