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DC Speed Control, 90/180VDC, 2A, NEMA 1

DAYTON

Price: $115.10 / each

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  • Item # 4Z527
  • Mfr. Model # 4Z527
  • UNSPSC # 39121510
  • Catalog Page # 346
  • Shipping Weight 1.051 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemDC Speed Control
  • Shunt Wound Volts100/200VDC
  • Voltage Output90/180VDC
  • Input Voltage115/230VAC
  • EnclosureNEMA 1
  • HP @ Higher Volts1/25 to 1/3
  • HP @ Lower Volts1/50 to 1/6
  • Speed Range25:1
  • Speed Regulation+/-1% of Motor Base Speed
  • Current/Torque LimitNone
  • Accepts Tach FeedbackNo
  • Max. Amps2
  • Dynamic BrakingNo
  • Linear AccelerationFixed 0.5 sec.
  • Power On LightNo
  • IR CompensationAdjustable
  • Height5"
  • Depth1.88"
  • Width4.25"
  • Operating Temp.-10 Degrees to 45 Degrees C
  • External SwitchesOn/Off
  • For Use With90/180VDC Motors
  • StandardscULus Listed
  • IncludesRun/Stop Switch, Built-in Transient and Surge Suppression
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I need to replace this motor with a Dayton 3M137B motor because I can't make this motor variable speed.
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You asked your question on the 4Z527 speed control. What motor are you attempting to run currently? The 3M137B motor is not speed controlable, it is designed for strictly on/off operation. If you call us at 1-800-Grainger, we can discuss the style of switch that will be best suited to your application.

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This DC control is not designed to run the 3M178 AC motor which is no longer stocked by Grainger. The possible alternate motor is our 4MA65 which may use our control 1AGU8. See operating characteristic cautions about using speed controls on PSC motors using example control 5JPF5.

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Do I need to power the field with the vari voltage or is there a connection for the fields in the controls?
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This controller is for permanent magnet motors only; it only has armature winding connections. It will not work with a shunt wound motor it does not have the field winding connections.
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Tech was wrong, It did have field connection in the speed control. So the correct answer is yes it can bee used for field wound motors. The unit I used just had caps on the field connection so you would not connect the armature to full voltage. That is why it list "Shunt Wound Volts"
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Where can I get a wiring diagram for this?

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Please contact us at 1-800-323-0620 and we can send you this information.
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According to the manufacturer, these two components are compatible.

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Yes, this drive will control the speed of that motor GP232007 very nicely.

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Answer: 
We have a 2LHT9 that can vary the output voltage to that 1/2 HP DC motor.

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No it will not. It can operate up to a 1/3HP/180VDC motor. It can operate a 1/6HP/90VDC.

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I use this motor on my honey extractor. It is a 1/4 HP, Type FHT Dayton motor.
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No, this control is only designed for DC powered motors.

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