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AC Gearmotor, 1 rpm, Open, 115V

DAYTON

Price: $126.20 / each

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  • Item # 1LNG2
  • Mfr. Model # 1LNG2
  • UNSPSC # 26101603
  • Catalog Page # 106
  • Shipping Weight 3.91 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemAC Gearmotor
  • Voltage115VAC
  • Phase1
  • Hz60
  • Shaft OrientationParallel
  • Nameplate RPM1
  • RPM @ 50 Hz0.8
  • Max. Torque100 in.-lb.
  • Overhung Load56 lb.
  • Input HP1/80
  • Gear Ratio2976:1
  • Full Load Amps0.5
  • Insulation ClassA
  • EnclosureOpen
  • Thermal ProtectionAuto
  • RotationCW
  • MountingAll Position
  • Motor TypeShaded Pole
  • Length Less Shaft4-1/4"
  • BearingsNeedle on Cover, Porous Sleeve on Motor
  • LubricationGrease Filled
  • HousingDie Cast Zinc
  • Gear Case MaterialDie Cast Zinc
  • GearsSpur/Sintered Steel
  • Gear MaterialSintered Steel
  • Gear TypeSpur
  • ApplicationConveyor Toasters, X-ray Equipment, Pumps, Ingredient Motors, Water Softeners, Vending, Food and Restaurant Equipment, Amusement Devices, Valve Actuators, Security Systems, Displays
  • StandardsUL/CSA/CE
  • RPM Range0 to 15
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115VAC Shaded Pole Parallel Shaft Gearmotors
• Gearcase: die-cast zinc with screws and gasketed cover Lubrication: grease filled Gears: sintered steel Bearings: needle on cover; ball bearing and bronze on motor Mounting: all-position 60/50 Hz Rotation: clockwise facing output shaft Thermal protection: auto Insulation: Class A UL Recognized
Note: Ratings shown are at 60 Hz. Gearmotors are also operable at 50 Hz, with HP and rpm at 5/6 of the 60-Hz rating.

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This is a gearmotor used on an Alaskan stoker stove carpet feed coal system.

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does anyone know if the specification different on DAYTON 1LNG2 & 1LNG2A? Thanks.
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