LPMG is a series of advanced permanent magnet motors/generators (PMS, PMAC), designed for working in the harshest conditions where a reliable, compact and enduring high efficiency motor/generator is needed. All synchronous motors with ...
SPM132 is a series of advanced compact permanent magnet generators/motors (PMS, PMAC) which are very versatile. All synchronous motors with permanent magnets are also generators. SPM132 series can be used as a generator for compact ...
MWB400 is a special series of permanent magnet generators/motors (PMS, PMAC) uniquely designed with an external rotor and internal stator. All synchronous motors with permanent magnets are also generators. MWB400 series can be used ...
... frequency to the mains at variable main engine speeds. The useful speed range of the shaft generator can be defined from the ship’s operational requirements. For example, it is possible to select a shaft generator speed ...
Our products are especially designed for application in the marine sector. By working in close collaboration with the manufacturers of diesel motors we are able to cater for the specific technical needs of each vessel, shipyard or shipowner The ...
... marine applications. Proven and reliable product solutions combined with true global support ensure world-class service for ship owners, operators, shipyards, OEMs, panel builders and integrators. Standard series: ABB ...
ModelMJBM PowerUp to 6.500 kVA VoltagesUp to 1.000 V Frame160 ± 900 Pole4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 (over contact MM) CoolingIC 01 IPIP 23. Available up to IP 44 with filters Main ApplicationsPropulsion generator, shaft generator, hybrid machine, ...
Asynchronous Generators - 1 kW - 10 MW - Air- and watercooled - Vertical or horizontal - Ball-bearing or slide-bearing - 2 - 20 pole
Both an Electric propulsion motor and a clean energy generator supplying a stable AC electric network 3 Ph 50Hz or 60Hz from variable speed coming from output of the reducer or shaft line of the vessel.
How to choose this product
A ships alternator transforms mechanical energy into alternating current electrical energy. NauticExpo offers different types, including synchronous, asynchronous and three-phase models.
To produce electricity, the device can be linked to an auxiliary engine, a generator motor or directly to the propeller shaft.
Alternators consist of a stator and a rotor. The stator is a stationary element made up of conductors wound in coils. The rotor is a rotating magnet driven by an outside source of mechanical energy. As it turns, it induces an alternating current in the stator. Rotors can have flat or salient poles.
How to choose
Choice of alternator will depend on the drive engine, since its rotational speed in revolutions per minute (rpm) will determine the number of rotor poles, two, four, six or more.