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What is the horsepower of the motor?

Horsepower is a unit of power, which consists of three elements
1. Distance (m or cm)..... S
2. Gravity (kg kg or G)..... P
3. Time (SEC) HP = (P x s) / 75
The so-called one horsepower is to move a 75kg weight one meter in one second, so 1 horsepower = 75kg-m / sec.
How much power can a one horsepower reducer pull? If you want to know how much power a motor with known horsepower is pulling, you must know the speed of the machine being pulled. One horsepower motor can drag 75kg force at 1m per second. Because the motor has to go through the reducer and other transmission mechanisms, the actual horsepower transmitted to the machine is less than 1HP. Therefore, the power that a 1HP motor can drag at 1m speed should be less than 75kg, which depends on the mechanical efficiency.
If the motor is 1HP, it can drag 75 / 2 = 37.5kg when it drives a machine with a speed of 2m per second, and it can drag 75 / 2 = 37.5kg when it drives a machine with a speed of 1 / 2m per second ÷( 1 / 2) = 150kg (mechanical efficiency is not included), which can be used in other situations.
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