3/4 HP Hazardous Location Motor,DC Permanent Magnet,1750 Nameplate RPM,90VDC Voltage,Frame 56C
- Item # 38N848
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- Mfr. Model # 118018
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- UNSPSC # 26101602
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- Item Hazardous Location Motor
- Motor Application Hazardous Location
- Motor Design DC Permanent Magnet
- Motor Enclosure Design Totally Enclosed Nonventilated
- HP 3/4
- Nameplate RPM 1750
- Frame 56C
- Motor Shaft Rotation CW/CCW
- Voltage 90VDC
- Full Load Amps 7.1
- Motor Mounting Type Face/Base
- Motor Bearings Ball
- Motor Frame Material Rolled Steel
- Motor Thermal Protection Auto
- Motor Service Factor 1.00
- Hazardous Location Class 1 C,D / 2 F,G
- Max. Ambient Temp. 40 Degrees C
- Temp. Code T5
- Motor Shaft Design Keyed
- Shaft Dia. 5/8"
- Shaft Length 2-1/8"
- Length Less Shaft 14-3/8"
- Overall Length 16-1/2"
- Ins. Class H
- RPM Range 1701-1800
- Duty Continuous
- Nominal Efficiency 82.0%
- Motor Efficiency Group Standard Efficient
- Includes 6" leads through 3/4-14 NPT
- Standards E75276 LR701080
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