Motors - Low Voltage (Integral Horsepower)

The Integral Horsepower Low Voltage Motors market research study delivers current market analysis plus a five year market and technology forecast.  The study is available in multiple editions including worldwide, all regions, and most major countries.  

​Higher Energy Efficient Motors Support Sustainability Initiatives

ARC’s research on the Integral Horsepower (IHP) Low Voltage Motors market provides strategic insight into the market and includes quantitative assessments and forecasts of various segmentations, as well as analyses of world regions and industries. Products included in this market analysis are alternating current (AC) asynchronous and synchronous motors, gearmotors, and direct current (DC) motors operating at voltages of 690 V. or less. Growth tempered with sustainability is the objective of forward-thinking companies. More people, especially in emerging nations are shifting to cities, often for economic benefits, and this dynamic is creating a demand for better urban infrastructure. This increases the direct use of motors in various applications as well as supporting industries, such as metals, mining, cement & glass, and chemical. Also, in most developed countries, many aging infrastructures need to be modernized. Sustainability initiatives for carbon neutrality, hydrogen energy projects, strong recovery from the machinery and automotive segments further support this high growth. 

Energy efficiency of low voltage motors has increased dramatically in recent years due to technological advances and regulations to improve energy efficiency. Higher energy-efficient motors, including IE3 and IE4 are becoming increasingly important in the market. A handful of suppliers also have IE5 and/or IE5 complaint motors that are designed to meet IE5 ultra- premium energy efficiency standards.

Integral Horsepower Low Voltage Motors Strategic Issues

Low Voltage Motors Market TrendsIn addition to providing a five-year market forecast, the IHP Low Voltage Motors market research provides detailed quantitative current market data and addresses key strategic issues as follows.

Select Suitable Motors

Both external and internal conditions need to be considered when selecting a drive or motor to run a machine or process. A drive or a motor which is correctly dimensioned and mounted will work properly throughout its lifetime. For example, a motor must be chosen to suit the attached machine’s startup power levels and operational power output requirements. An improperly matched motor can cause significant damage to the machine or result in stalling and failure. With electric motors, it is always worth looking at the system as a whole and choosing the correct size of a motor for a desired application. An oversized motor will consume excess energy while only delivering a fraction of the available power, and an underpowered motor will waste energy by running too hot. Hence, selecting a suitable motor can save some energy and operational costs.

Identify Critical Applications and Use Condition Monitoring

Identifying critical applications needs to be a priority—making sure that these are equipped with reliable, correctly sized gearmotors and the lines are designed with redundancy, if necessary. To reduce and control exchange times to avoid loss of production, condition monitoring is essential on those devices. Most gearmotors offer integrated condition monitoring or can be integrated into a third-party system. While this has become the standard, the correct and continuous usage of this feature has not been achieved by everyone, especially in critical applications—preferably, predictive condition monitoring needs to become the standard.

Standardization

It is important to find the balance between standardizing on a selected number of motors and using individual solutions for each application. Standardization has the advantage that the number of spare parts is reduced, which lowers costs. On the other hand, standardization on a small number of motors will result in using oversized motors for a majority of applications. This will increase energy consumption, especially with regard to expensive IE4 motors that lose the efficiency gain, when used below full load. This also means that when standardizing on a number of motors, paying the premium for high-efficient motors is a waste of money.

Low Voltage Motors Study Formats and Editions Available

This market study may be purchased as an Excel Workbook and/or as a PDF File.  The Workbook has some unique features such as the ability to view data in local currency.  Regional studies include country and industry market data.  Country studies include market trends and industry data.  Studies and formats available are listed below:  

MIRA Workbook PDF File
Worldwide (includes regional data) Yes Yes
North America (includes country data) Yes No
Latin America (includes country data) Yes No
Europe, Middle East, Africa (includes country data) Yes No
Asia (includes country data) Yes No
Annual Subscription Yes Yes

Countries included in each region.

Table of contents for these studies is shown in the following paragraphs.

Worldwide Research Focus Areas

Strategic Analysis

  • Executive Overview
  • Market Trends
  • Buyer Strategies
  • Supplier Strategies
  • Growth Contributors and Inhibitors

Competitive Analysis

  • Market Shares of the Leading Suppliers
  • Market Shares by Region
    • North America
    • Europe, Middle East, Africa
    • Asia
    • Latin America
  • Market Shares by Revenue Category
    • Hardware
    • Services
  • Market Share by Efficiency Class
    • IE1 (Below EPAct)
    • IE2 (EPAct)
    • IE3 (NEMA Premium)
    • IE4 (Super Premium)
    • Direct Current
  • Market Shares by Power Rating
    • 0.75-5 kW
    • >5–40 kW
    • >40-200 kW
    • >200-600 kW
    • >600 kW
  • Market Shares by Type
    • Motor
    • Motor + IntegratedDrive
    • Gearmotor + IntegratedDrive
    • Gearmotor
  • Market Shares by Hardware Frame Type
    • IEC
    • NEMA
  • Market Shares by Industry
    • Automotive
    • Building Automation
    • Cement & Glass
    • Chemical
    • Electric Power Generation
    • Electric Power T&D
    • Electronics & Electrical
    • Food & Beverage
    • Machinery Manufacturing
    • Marine
    • Metals
    • Mining
    • Oil & Gas
    • Pharmaceutical & Biotech
    • Plastic & Rubber
    • Printing & Publishing
    • Pulp & Paper
    • Refining
    • Textiles
    • Water & Wastewater
  • Market Shares by Machinery Segment
  • Market Shares by Hazardous Rating
  • Market Shares by Customer Type
  • Market Shares by Sales Channel

Market Forecasts and History

  • Total Shipments of Low Voltage Motors
  • Shipments by Region
    • North America
    • Europe, Middle East, Africa
    • Asia
    • Latin America
  • Shipments by Revenue Category
    • Hardware
    • Services
  • Shipments by Efficiency Class
    • IE1 (Below EPAct)
    • IE2 (EPAct)
    • IE3 (NEMA Premium)
    • IE4 (Super Premium)
    • Direct Current
  • Shipments by Power Rating
    • 0.75-5 kW
    • >5–40 kW
    • >40-200 kW
    • >200-600 kW
    • >600 kW
  • Shipments by Type
    • Motor
    • Motor + IntegratedDrive
    • Gearmotor + IntegratedDrive
    • Gearmotor
  • Shipments by Hardware Frame Type
    • IEC
    • NEMA
  • Shipments by Hazardous Rating
  • Shipments by Industry
    • Automotive
    • Building Automation
    • Cement & Glass
    • Chemical
    • Electric Power Generation
    • Electric Power T&D
    • Electronics & Electrical
    • Food & Beverage
    • Machinery Manufacturing
    • Marine
    • Metals
    • Mining
    • Oil & Gas
    • Pharmaceutical & Biotech
    • Plastic & Rubber
    • Printing & Publishing
    • Pulp & Paper
    • Refining
    • Textiles
    • Water & Wastewater
  • Shipments by Machinery Segment
  • Shipments by Sales Channel
  • Shipments by Customer Type

Industry Participants

The research identifies all relevant suppliers serving this market. 

Regional Research Focus Areas

Strategic Analysis

Competitive Analysis

  • Leading Suppliers in Region
  • Industry Shares in Region
  • Country Shares in Region
  • Leading Suppliers by Industry

Market Forecast and History 

  • Market Forecast and History by Country
  • Market Forecast and History by Industry

Industry Participants

List of countries & currencies included in each region: MIRA-Country

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