A reducer uses the transmission of gears at all levels to reduce speed. The reducer is a component composed of gear pairs at all levels, and the small gear can drive the large gear to achieve the purpose of deceleration. By adopting a multi-stage structure like this, the speed can be effectively reduced. Most reducers are used as transmission equipment for low speed and high torque. They use electric motors, internal combustion engines, and other high-speed running power to mesh the large gears on the output shaft by changing the number of teeth on the input shaft of the reducer, thereby achieving the goal of deceleration. Even a regular gearbox will have several gears with the same working principle that can achieve the desired deceleration effect, and the transmission ratio is the ratio of the number of teeth between the large gear and the small gear of the gearbox. A reducer is a mechanism that relies on power transmission. It mainly uses the speed converter of gears to reduce the rotational speed of the motor to the desired number of revolutions and obtain a larger torque. A reducer is an independent component composed of gear transmission, worm transmission, and gear worm transmission inside a closed rigid shell. It is a transmission device used for reducing speed between the original drive and the working machine. The main function is to match the speed and transmit torque between the prime mover, working machine, and actuator, so it is particularly widely used in modern machinery.
A reducer is a very precise machine designed to reduce speed and increase torque. Speed ratio=motor output speed ÷ reducer output speed ("speed ratio", also known as "transmission ratio"). When the motor power, speed ratio, and service coefficient are known, the formula for calculating the torque of the gearbox is as follows: gearbox torque=9550 × Motor power ÷ Motor power input revolutions × speed ratio × Use coefficient.