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- ItemAC Gearmotor
- Shaft OrientationParallel
- Nameplate RPM9
- No Load RPM10
- Max. Torque341 in.-lb.
- Overhung Load491 lb.
- Input HP1/6
- Gear Ratio180:1
- Full Load Amps1.0/0.5
- Insulation ClassF4
- Thermal ProtectionNone
- Max. Ambient Temp.40 Degrees C
- MountingAll Position Except Shaft Up
- Motor Type3-Phase
- Length Less Shaft11.45"
- Keyway Size0.18" Square x 1"
- BearingsGearbox: Heavy Duty, Needle Roller. Motor: Heavy Duty Ball
- LubricationPermanent Heavy Duty Gear Oil
- FinishBlack High Gloss Enamel
- HousingRolled Steel
- Gear Case MaterialDie Cast Aluminum
- GearsPrecision Machined and Hardened, AGMA Class 9
- Gear MaterialPrecision Machined and Hardened
- Gear TypeAGMA Class 9
- SealsSingle Lip, Spring Loaded, Heavy Duty
- ApplicationInverter Duty
- RPM Range0 to 15
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