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AC Gearmotor, 111 rpm, TEFC, 230/460V
- Item # 5NUC9
- Mfr. Model # SK172.1-80L/4 15.76
- UNSPSC # 20101617
- Catalog Page # 113
- Shipping Weight 33.0 lbs.
- ItemAC Gearmotor
- Shaft OrientationInline
- Nameplate RPM111
- RPM @ 50 Hz92
- No Load RPM111
- Max. Torque602 in.-lb.
- Starting Torque38.1 in.-lb.
- Overhung Load629 lb.
- Input HP1
- Gear Ratio15.76
- Full Load Amps3.66/1.83
- Insulation ClassF
- Max. Ambient Temp.40 Degrees C
- Motor TypeInverter Duty
- Motor Frame80
- Length Less Shaft14.22"
- Service Factor1.2
- Keyway Size3/16" Square x 1-1/4"
- LubricationMineral Oil
- HousingDie Cast Aluminum Alloy
- Gear Case MaterialDie Cast Aluminum Alloy
- Gear TypeHelical
- SealsDouble Lip
- ApplicationPower Transmission
- StandardsUL Recognized/CSA/CE
- RPM Range100 to 150
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