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5-1/2 HP Premium Efficiency Metric Motor, 3-Phase, 1755 Nameplate RPM, 230/460 Voltage, Frame DF112MD
- Item # 5PGJ8
- Mfr. Model # 193340.60
- UNSPSC # 26101612
- Catalog Page # 22
- Shipping Weight 104.0 lbs.
- Item Premium Efficiency Metric Motor
- Motor Application General Application
- Motor Design 3-Phase
- Motor Enclosure Design Totally Enclosed Fan-Cooled
- HP 5-1/2
- kW 4.10
- Nameplate RPM 1755
- Frame DF112MD
- Voltage 230/460
- Hz 60/50
- Phase 3
- Full Load Amps 14.0/7.0
- Motor Mounting Type Face/Base
- Motor Thermal Protection None
- Insulation Class F
- Service Factor 1.15
- Bearings Ball
- Frame Material Cast Iron
- Max. Ambient Temp. 40 Degrees C
- Motor Shaft Rotation CW/CCW
- Nominal Efficiency 89.5%
- Duty Continuous
- RPM Range 1701-1800
- Standards UL (E57948), CSA (LR62104), CE, IEC and NEMA
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