DC Gearmotor 12VDC, Nameplate RPM: 53.3, Max. Torque: 2.4 in.-lb., Enclosure: TENV
- Item # 7CA45
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- Mfr. Model # 7CA45
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- UNSPSC # 20101617
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This gearmotor features rugged cast-aluminum housing with precision ball bearings and steel gears. In addition to variable speed capability, it also has the ability to change direction at low speeds and handle sudden stops. The sealed gearbox with universal mount is easily adaptable. It can be mounted in small spaces and in multiple positions. To assemble, simply rotate the gearbox onto the motor helical shaft.
- Item DC Gearmotor
- Gearmotor Type DC Gearmotor
- Gearmotor Voltage 12VDC
- Max. Torque 2.4 in.-lb.
- Gearmotor Shaft Type Single Right
- Gearmotor Shaft Orientation Right Angle
- Rear Shaft Encoder/Pulse Generator Mounting No
- Nameplate RPM 53.3
- Gearmotor Enclosure Totally Enclosed Nonventilated
- Gearmotor Mounting Position All Angle
- Length Less Shaft 8-5/8"
- Reversible Shaft Output Yes
- No Load RPM 53.3
- Overhung Load 67 lb.
- Input HP 1/30
- Gear Ratio 60:1
- Full Load Amps 3.80
- Insulation Class B
- Thermal Protection None
- Max. Ambient Temp. 40 Degrees C
- Gearmotor Rotation CW/CCW
- Motor Type Permanent Magnet DC
- Overall Length 9-3/4"
- Shaft Dia. (Dimension U) 3/8"
- Shaft Length (Dimension V) 1-1/8"
- Bearings Ball on Case, Ball on Motor
- Lubrication Grease Filled
- Brushes Externally Replaceable
- Finish Powder Coated
- Gear Type Helical and Worm
- Gear Case Die Cast Aluminum
- Seals Lip Type
- Housing Material Die Cast Aluminum
- Application For Vending Machines, Ice Dispensing, Mail Sorting, Ticket Dispensing & DVD Kiosks Etc
- Standards UL Recognized, CSA
- Replacement Brushes 23L586
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