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1/5 HPUniversal AC/DC Motor Universal AC/DC, 10,000 Nameplate RPM, 115 Voltage, Frame Non-Standard
- Item # 2M139
- Mfr. Model # 2M139
- NSN #
- UNSPSC # 26101604
- Catalog Page # 39
- Shipping Weight 3.1 lbs.
- ItemUniversal AC/DC Motor
- Motor ApplicationKey Cutting Machines
- Motor DesignUniversal AC/DC
- Motor Enclosure DesignOpen
- Nameplate RPM10,000
- Full Load Amps2.9
- Motor Mounting TypeStud
- Motor Mounting PositionAll Angle
- O.C. Mounting2-7/16"
- Thermal ProtectionNone
- Insulation ClassF
- Service Factor1.0
- Max. Ambient Temp.40 Degrees C
- Motor Shaft RotationCCWSE
- Shaft Dia.5/16"
- Shaft Length1"
- Overall Length5-1/2"
- Length Less Shaft4-1/2"
- Body Dia.3-3/8"
- Average Brush Life300 hr.
- ApplicationUsed in Appliances, Power Tools, Outdoor Equipment, Food Processing Equipment, Gearmotors, Blowers, Pumps and Other Applications Where High Horsepower Output and Small Size are Required
- RPM RangeOver 3600
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2. Do end bearings need periodic lubrication?
3. During brush replacement (300 hrs) is anything else
need replacement, i.e. end bearings?
4. Is motor designed for continuous operation?
2. This motor has powdered metal self-aligning sleeve bearing; they will have enough lube to last about two years then will need a couple of drops of oil per bearing approximately three times a year.
3. If properly maintained you will go through many sets of brushes before any other parts break down.
4. Yes, this motor is designed for continuous operation.
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