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Just wondering how to work out what torque motor we need to get to lift a certain (as yet undetermined) weight.

Is there a formula to work out what torque we need once we know the weight?

Thanks in advance

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Just wondering how to work out what torque motor we need to get to lift a certain (as yet undetermined) weight.

Is there a formula to work out what torque we need once we know the weight?

Thanks in advance

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P=2* (pi) * f *T

T is torque (Newton*meter)

P is power (Watt)

pi = 3,1415...

f is frequency of rotation (1/s = Hz)

sometimes you can find revolution as rpm. So you have to change rpm to frequency.

(1 Hz = 60 rpm)

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