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DC Gearmotor 90VDC Nameplate RPM 43 Max. Torque 353.0 in.-lb. Enclosure TENV
- Item # 6Z409
- Mfr. Model # 6Z409
- UNSPSC # 26101603
- Catalog Page # 123
- Shipping Weight 27.9 lbs.
- ItemDC Gearmotor
- Shaft OrientationParallel
- Nameplate RPM43
- Max. Torque353.0 in.-lb.
- Overhung Load325 lb.
- Input HP1/4
- Gear Ratio41:1
- Full Load Amps2.70
- Thermal ProtectionNone
- Max. Ambient Temp.40 Degrees C
- MountingAll Position
- Length Less Shaft11-3/4"
- BearingsHeavy Duty Ball and Thrust Balls on Case, Ball on Motor
- LubricationPermanent Heavy Fluid Gear Oil
- BrushesExternally Replaceable
- Gear TypeHardened Steel, 1st Stage Helical, Subsequent Stages Spur
- Gear CaseDie Cast Aluminum
- SealsLip Type on Input and Output Shaft
- Replacement Brushes6YHY9
- RPM Range31 to 50
Compliance and Restrictions
- Item # 6Z415DAYTON
Price $963.50 / each
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