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- ItemAC/DC Gearmotor
- Shaft OrientationRight Angle
- Reversible Shaft OutputNo
- ShaftRight Hand Output
- Nameplate RPM4.5
- Full Load Torque250 in.-lb.
- Overhung Load100 lb.
- Input HP1/15
- Gear Ratio1714:1
- Full Load Amps1.1
- Insulation ClassB
- EnclosureOpen Vented
- Thermal ProtectionNone
- Max. Ambient Temp.40 Degrees C
- MountingAll Position
- Motor TypeUniversal
- Length Less Shaft8-3/4"
- Overall Length8-9/16"
- Keyway Size#404 Woodruff Key
- BearingsPorous Bronze Sleeve on Case, Sleeve on Motor
- LubricationGrease Filled
- BrushesExternally Replaceable
- Housing MaterialDie Cast Zinc
- Gear CaseDie Cast Zinc
- Gear MaterialInput Gear Steel, Worm Hardened Steel, Output Gear Cast Iron
- Gear TypeWorm
- SealsLip Type on Output Shaft
- Replacement Brushes1YNR3
- RPM Range0 to 15
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