# How much does a 60 hp electric motor weight?

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597 lbs

## How much does an electric motor weigh?

Also, note that electric motors (the part that drives the car and is powered by the batteries) weigh significantly less than gas engines. For example, a Tesla motor weighs around 70 lbs (32 kg). That’s nothing compared to gas or diesel engines.

73 lbs.

## How much does a 1000 hp electric motor weight?

Approximate Weight: 7,225 lbs Dimensions are in inches.

## How many amps does a 60 hp motor draw?

Here are the Full Load Amp (FLA) values for typical 230VAC and 480VAC 3 phase motors.Motor horsepowerFull load amps 230VACFull load amps 460VAC307739401015150125636014975Ещё 17 строк16 мая 2020 г.

1296 lbs.

## How much weight can a 1 hp motor lift?

Most engines use horsepower to describe how much work they can do in a given amount of time. The constant 1 horsepower equals 550 foot-pounds per second. In other words, 1 horsepower is the amount of work required to move a load of 550 pounds over 1 foot, in 1 second.

## What is a good weight to power ratio?

In the end, if we’re talking about horsepower, I don’t think there’s necessarily a limit. Maybe 5 pounds per horsepower if we really need to put a cap on it. But for torque, I think 10-15 pounds per ft-lb is a good range. That’s plenty to have fun (the average car is sitting at 18-20), but not enough to be scary.

## What makes an electric motor more powerful?

The strength of the motor (torque) is determined by voltage and the length of the wire in an electromagnet in the stator, the longer the wire (which means more coils in the stator) the stronger the magnetic field. This means more power to turn the rotor.

## How fast is a 3 HP motor?

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To give you a simple reference, a 3 hp electric outboard can push a 12 ft boat with 150 kg (331 lbs) load at a max speed of 9 km/h (5.6 mph).

## Can you run a 575v motor on 480v?

Operating this 575V motor at a reduced voltage at 480V will reduce the designed V/Hz ratio of the motor. With a reduced V/Hz ratio the motor will not be able to produce the rated flux and therefore will have difficulty producing the rated torque.