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AC Gearmotor, 6.9 rpm, Open, 115V

DAYTON

Price: $62.45 / each

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  • Item # 3M096
  • Mfr. Model # 3M096
  • UNSPSC # 26101602
  • Catalog Page # 109
  • Shipping Weight 2.45 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemAC Gearmotor
  • Voltage115VAC
  • Phase1
  • Hz60
  • Shaft OrientationParallel
  • Nameplate RPM6.9
  • Max. Torque35 in.-lb.
  • Starting Torque42 in.-lb.
  • Overhung Load3.5 lb.
  • Input HP1/100
  • Gear Ratio439:1
  • Full Load Amps0.55
  • Insulation ClassB
  • EnclosureOpen
  • Thermal ProtectionImpedance
  • RotationCW
  • MountingAll Position
  • Motor TypeShaded Pole
  • Length Less Shaft2-5/8"
  • BearingsOil Impregnated Sintered Bronze
  • LubricationGrease Filled
  • HousingDie Cast Zinc with Steel Cover
  • Gear Case MaterialDie Cast Zinc with Steel Cover
  • GearsDelrin/Steel
  • Gear MaterialDelrin and Powdered Iron
  • Gear TypeHelical First Stage/Balance Spur
  • ApplicationRestaurant Equipment, Water Softener Valve Controls
  • StandardsUL/CSA
  • RPM Range0 to 15
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Hi there,

I recently bought a Dayton Model 3M096 Gear Motor 7 RPM 1/100 hp 115V.

Now I want to buy one of those disc-shaped attachments that bolt onto motor axels. However, after having scoured the internet, I cannot find a single such attachment for a 5/16" shaft. I have seen these disc-things (or sheaves or sprockets--I'm not too up on the terminology, but I can work with anything that will fit the shaft and spin without slipping) with 1/2" bores, but I assume 1/2" is too large for the 3M096 motor axel.

Can you send me links to a few appropriate attachment pieces (metal discs, sprockets, sheaves, or anything) I might consider buying?

Thanks so much,
Ben vb

ps. My goals are diverse. I would like to use this motor to spin a steel sheet. I would like to use it to spin gears and pulleys, although I'm not sure what I need to buy to set up such systems.
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You can use a shaft bushing item # 6L102 to bush the 5/16” up to 3/8”. Then we have some 3/8” sheaves on page 155 of the catalog. We also have a few 3/8” sprockets on page 166. To see the catalog page you can type the phrase “page 155” or “page 166” in to the white search box at the top of the web page.
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