The no-load speed of a DC motor is the speed that the DC motor will turn when nothing is attached to its shaft. This is why it is called no load. The DC motor isn’t loaded with an object. When a DC motor has nothing attached to its shaft, it is able to operate at its highest maximum speed.

## How do you find the no load speed of a motor?

To **calculate** RPM for an AC induction **motor**, you multiply the frequency in Hertz (Hz) by 60 — for the **number** of seconds in a minute — by two for the negative and positive pulses in a cycle. You then divide by the **number** of poles the **motor** has: (Hz x 60 x 2) / **number** of poles = **no**–**load** RPM.

## What is the no load speed for the motor in RPM?

From the motor data sheet, it can be seen that the no-load speed of the motor at 9 volts is **11,700 rpm**. If the torque load is not coupled to the motor shaft, the motor would run at this speed.

## Which motor has high no load speed?

Explanation: At no load, armature current tends to zero, flux φ tends to zero, where speed is inversely proportional to the flux, speed will tend to infinity. Thus, no load speed of **DC series motor** is highest.

## Which motor Cannot be started on no load?

**A series motor** should never be started at no load. With no mechanical load on the series motor, the current is low, the counter-EMF produced by the field winding is weak, and so the armature must turn faster to produce sufficient counter-EMF to balance the supply voltage. The motor can be damaged by overspeed.

## What is full load speed?

full-load speed. **The speed at which a motor will turn (in rpm) when the rated voltage is supplied**.

## What is 120 in motor speed formula?

The equation for calculating synchronous speed is: **S = 120 f/P speed = constant (120) times frequency of power source (60 Hz) divided by number of poles used in the motor (P)**.

## How can we increase the RPM of motor?

By **increasing the voltage of the armature**, it produces more magnetic forces to overcome the field magnet, increasing the rpm. By increasing the field current, more magnetic fields opposing the motion are produced, at the same time more cemf is produced reducing the armature voltage, decreasing the rpm.

## What determines the RPM of an electric motor?

The rotating speed of an electric motor depends on two factors: **its physical construction, and the frequency (Hz) of the voltage supply**. Electrical engineers select the speed of a motor based on the needs of each application, similar to how the mechanical load determines the horsepower required.

## What is the rated speed of motor?

Rated speed is **the base speed minus the slip at full rated load**. An induction motor slows as it is loaded. The induction motor must run at a speed below the revolving stator field flux. Forward motion is due to the current flowing in the cage winding.

## What is the maximum RPM of dc motor?

Speed @ maximum efficiency: **8600 RPM**.