Before the vibration motor is officially put into work, it needs to be debugged. So do you know what problems need to be paid attention to when debugging? Next follow the editor to understand it:
1. Add a small load to run at rated speed first, test the vibration amplitude of the foundation to check whether the foundation meets the requirements (mainly check the size of the foundation).
2. Add the load to the rated value, and run according to the small to large motor in the rated state for 1-6 hours to check whether it can reach the rated output or whether it can work normally under the specifications in the rated state.
3. Check for local overheating.
4. Check whether the vibration and noise of the motor are within the limits. Particular attention should be paid to abnormal sounds.
5. Check whether the indicators, fuses, other relay protection devices, and alarms are in a normal working state.
6. For larger motors, when the leveling is qualified in the cold state, when running with a load, the accuracy of the leveling may sometimes be damaged due to the radial thermal expansion of the motor. If the leveling requirements are exceeded, the vehicle should be stopped immediately and recalibrated in the hot state.