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- ItemAC Gearmotor
- Shaft OrientationParallel
- Nameplate RPM30
- Max. Torque278 in.-lb.
- Overhung Load175 lb.
- Input HP1/6
- Gear Ratio58:1
- Full Load Amps2.1/1.1
- Thermal ProtectionNone
- Max. Ambient Temp.40 Degrees C
- MountingAll Position
- Motor TypePermanent Split Capacitor
- Capacitor RequiredIncluded
- Length Less Shaft9-9/16"
- BrakeAdaptable to 5X400
- Number of Brake Discs Required2
- BearingsHeavy Duty Needle Roller and Thrust Balls on Case, Ball on Motor
- LubricationPermanent Heavy Duty Gear Oil
- HousingDie Cast Aluminum
- Gear Case MaterialDie Cast Aluminum
- GearsHardened Steel, 1st Stage Helical, Subsequent Stages Spur, AGMA Class 9
- Gear MaterialHardened Steel
- Gear TypeHelical First Stage/Subsequent Stages Spur/AGMA Class 9
- SealsLip Type on Input and Output Shaft
- RPM Range16 to 30
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Overall length, height, width, length.
Shaft dimensions as well as distance from foot to shaft centerline
Foot mounting hole pattern dimensions
A dimensioned line drawing would be great, a solid model would be even better.
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