The constant K_M (motor size constant) is a value used to describe characteristics of electrical motors.
The motor constant is winding independent (as long as the same conductive material used for wires); e.g., winding a motor with 6 turns with 2 parallel wires instead of 12 turns single wire will double the velocity constant, Kv, but KM remains unchanged. KM can be used for selecting the size of a motor to use in an application. Kv can be used for selecting the winding to use in the motor.Related formulas
|KM||motor constant (N*m/sqrt(Watt)) (dimensionless)|
|τ||motor torque (N*m) (dimensionless)|
|P||resistive power loss (Watt) (dimensionless)|