JMAG-Express Online

JMAG-Express Online – Capable of Computing Basic Motor Characteristics in Just 1 Second– Powers up Even More This Summer.

JMAG-Express Online gains an enormous update as of August 5 2019.
Comes complete with functions essential for motor design, including parametric analysis, CSV file output, and more.
See the following page icon-arrow-circle-right  for more details on just how much JMAG-Express Online has improved.

JMAG-Express Online is a parameter-based motor design support tool.
It is possible to obtain in an instant the startup voltage constant, torque constant, inductance characteristics, current vs torque characteristics, rotation speed vs torque characteristics, iron loss / copper loss characteristics, etc. merely by inputting a geometry template, materials, windings, and drive conditions.
Because JMAG-Express Online can be used with tablets and smartphones, you can design motors anytime, anywhere, on the go or at home.

No installation required.
JMAG-Express Online can be used for free after creating an account.

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To all users of JMAG-Express Public
The August 5, 2019 update eliminates many of the differences with JMAG-Express Public.
If you have applied for JMAG-Express Online but have not been using it, please use the updated version.
The update is here.  icon-arrow-circle-right 

JMAG-Express Online

Extract motor characteristics in an instant

Displays motor characteristics form design specifications with one click
Requires no analysis experience

Evaluate torque, efficiency, loss, and inductance characteristics with graphs and numerical values

Rotation speed vs torque characteristics, iron loss / copper loss characteristics, etc. are displayed in graphs in an instant.
Motor characteristics can be confirmed from tables of machine constants.

Define geometries with templates

Templates for PMSMs, induction machines and brush motors are available.

IPM
IPM

SPM
SPM

IM(Three-Phase/Single-Phase)
IM(Three-Phase
/Single-Phase)

SRM
SRM

Permanent magnet DC motors
Permanent magnet
DC motors

Synchronous machines
Synchronous
machines

Geometry sizing

A rough physical size can be decided simply by entering the minimum output expected of the motor.
Geometry and drive conditions can also be narrowed down by entering more information.

Design a Motor in 5 Minutes

When the desired power 50(kW) is specified, the size and comparative loading needed to achieve it are calculated automatically.
* This is not a video. There are items on the right side of this slide. Click the item you want to see, or click “Next >>” at the bottom of the screen to move forward with the slide.

Design a Motor in 5 Minutes (slide)

News

2019/08/05 NEW!
JMAG-Express Online Update
■Main features
  • Supports parametric functions
  • Supports evaluation results CSV file output
  • Graph display flexibility (specifying two axes, display order, etc.)
Other modified items are here  icon-arrow-circle-right 
■Functions not supported by JMAG-Express Online
  • DXF file importing
  • Sensitivity analysis
Other known defects (RIDs) are here icon-arrow-circle-right 
2018/06/07 JMAG-Express Online (JMAG-Express Web version) released

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