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ELECTRIC MOTORS STANDARD IEC

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1. GENERAL FEATURES 1.1

GENERAL FEATURES

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1.2

CONFORMITY AND DIRECTIVES

5

1.2.1

Conformity with standards

5

1.2.2

Conformity with Community Directives - CE Marking

6

1.2.3

Conformity with UL/CSA standards

6

1.2.4

Conformity with EAC standards (former GOST)

6

1.2.5

Conformity with European Directive 94/9/CEE (ATEX)

6

1.2.6

Conformity with CCC standards

6

1.3

SYMBOLS AND FORMULAS

7

1.3.1

Physical measurements and conversion factors

7

1.3.2

Formulas

8

1.3.3

Nominal characteristics

9

1.3.4

Tolerances

11

1.4

DESIGN FEATURES

12

1.4.1

Designation

12

1.4.2

Design features

13

1.4.3

Flange B5

16

1.4.4

Flange B14

17

1.4.5

Motor shaft

18

1.4.6

Bearings

19

1.4.7

Overhung load

20

1.4.8

Axial load

21

1.5

MOUNTING POSITIONS

22

1.6

PROTECTION RATINGS

23

1.7

THERMAL CLASSIFICATION

24

1.7.1

Insulation classes

24

1.7.2

Thermal class

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2. PRODUCT INFORMATION 2.1

OPERATING CONDITIONS

25

2.1.1

STD ambient conditions – Derating for non-standard conditions

25

2.1.2

Options for particularly humid environments

26

2.1.3

Low temperature construction (-40°C / -15°C)

27

2.1.4

High temperature construction (+60°C / +90°C)

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2.2

ELECTRIC MOTORS EFFICIENCY

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2.2.1

Standard high efficiency (TS), high (TH) and premium (TP) motors

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2.2.2

EC Regulation No. 640/2009

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2.3

POWER CONDITIONS

30

2.3.1

Standard construction motor voltage and frequency

30

2.3.2

Standard electrical construction motors with ST2 option

30

2.3.3

Motors with non-standard power voltages (SP1 - optional)

31

2.3.4

Inverter power supply

32

2.4

SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

34

2.5

DUTY

35

2.6

OPTIONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT

38

2.6.1

Bimetal thermal cutouts

38

2.6.2

Thermistors (PTC)

39

2.7

COOLING SYSTEMS

40

2.7.1

Cooling systems

40

2.7.2

Forced ventilation

41

2.8

OTHER OPTIONAL CONSTRUCTIONS

43

2.8.1

Version with roof

43

2.8.2

Backstop device

43

2.8.3

Rapid connection power supply

44

2.8.4

Incremental encoder

46

2.9

SERIES AND HOOKUP

48

2.9.1

Direction of rotation - Hookup

48

2.9.2

TS-TH and TP series

49

2.9.3

D series

49

2.9.4

S series

50

2.9.5

HSE series

51

2.10

BRAKE MOTORS

53

2.10.1

Brake motors

53

2.10.2

FM brake

54

2.10.3

ML brake

58

2.10.4 Hookup for FM and ML brakes

61

2.10.5

MS brake

63

2.10.6

Hookup for MS brakes

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2.10.7

Notes and calculations

68

2.11

ELECTRIC MOTOR IDENTIFICATION

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3. PERFORMANCES 3.1

TS-TBS

75

3.2

TH-TBH

81

3.3

TP-TBP

84

3.4

S

87

3.5

HSE

88

3.6

D-DB

89

4. DIMENSIONS 4.1

DIMENSIONS

91

4.1.1

General dimensions

91

4.1.2

S series

93

4.1.3

HSE series

94

4.1.4

Incremental standard encoder

95

4.1.5

Brake motors

96

4.1.6

Double brake

98

4.1.7

Brake motors with incremental encoder

99

4.1.8

Forced ventilation

100

4.1.9

Position of terminal box-Release lever-Forced ventilation connector

101

4.1.10

Version with rain cover

101

5. ACCESSORIES AND OPTIONS 5.1

OPTIONAL CONSTRUCTIONS - ACCESSORIES

102

6. SALES CONDITIONS 6.1

SALES CONDITIONS

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Three-phase and single-phase asynchronous electric motors, totally enclosed, with external fan ventilation, cage rotor in die-cast aluminium alloy or aluminium, insulation class F, protection degree IP55, standardised height to centre and dimensions from 56 to 160S, standardised powers from 0.09 to 11 kW. Standard production

Series

Three-phase, single polarity, standard efficiency

TS

Three-phase, single polarity, high efficiency

TH

Three-phase, single polarity, premium efficiency

TP

Three-phase, double polarity

D

Single-phase

S

Single-phase, high starting torque, electronic cutout

HSE

Three-phase, single polarity, self-braking motor, standard efficiency

TBS

Three-phase, single polarity, self-braking motor, high efficiency

TBH

Three-phase, single polarity, self-braking motor, high efficiency

TBP

Three-phase, double polarity, self-braking motor

DB

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1.2.1 Conformity with standards The standard electric motors conform with the following Italian, European and international standards for rotating electrical machines: TITLE

CEI / EN

IEC

General prescriptions for rotating electrical machines

CEI EN 60034-1

IEC 60034-1

Normalised methods for the determination, by testing, of the loss and efficiency of rotating electrical machines (excluding traction vehicle motors)

CEI EN 60034-2-1

IEC 60034-2-1

Classification of the protection ratings of rotating electrical machines

CEI EN 60034-5

IEC 60034-5

Cooling systems for electrical machines

CEI EN 60034-6

IEC 60034-6

Mounting position and installation type codes

CEI EN 60034-7

IEC 60034-7

Marking terminals and direction of rotation for rotating electrical machines

CEI 2-8

IEC 60034-8

Noise limits

CEI EN 60034-9

IEC 60034-9

Vibration levels for electrical machines

CEI EN 60034-14

IEC 60034-14

Efficiency classes for alternate current motors powered by mains (IE Code)

CEI EN 60034-30-1

IEC 60034-30-1

Dimensions and nominal powers of rotating electrical machines

EN 50347

IEC 60072

Nominal voltage for low voltage public power grids

CEI 8-6

IEC 60038

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1.2.2 Conformity with Community Directives - CE Marking The standard electric motors are in conformity with the following Directives: Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/CE; Directive EMC 2004/108/CE regarding intrinsic characteristics in relation to emissions and levels of immunity; Directive 2002/95/CEE RoHS relating to the prohibition or limitation of use of noxious substances in electrical and electronic equipment; The manufacturer of the machine is exclusively responsible for the conformity with the Machinery Directive and EMC Directive of a complete installation. Electric motors may not be commissioned until the machines to which they are coupled have themselves been declared conforming with the Machinery Directive (Certificate of Incorporation - Directive 2006/42/CE Annex II 1B).

1.2.3 Conformity with UL/CSA standards On request, TS, TH, TP, TBS, TBH, TBP and D series electric motors can be manufactured in conformity with the following standards: UL1004 “Electric motors” CSA C22.2 No.100-04 “Motors and Generators” for the USA and CANADA markets respectively.

1.2.4 Conformity with EAC standards (former GOST) On request, TS, TH, TBS, TBH, D, DB, S, HSE series electric motors can be manufactured in conformity with the following standards: EAC for Russian, Belarussian and Kazakh market.

1.2.5 Conformity with European Directive 94/9/CEE (ATEX) On request, TS, TH, TP, D and S series electric motors can be manufactured in conformity with the following standards: IEC-CEI-EN 60079-0 – Explosive Atmospheres – Equipment – General Requirements; IEC-CEI-EN 60079-1 – Explosive Atmospheres – Equipment Protection by Flameproof Enclosures “d”; IEC-CEI-EN 60079-15 - Explosive Atmospheres – Equipment Protection by Type of Protection 'n'; IEC-CEI-EN 60079-31 – Explosive Atmospheres – Equipment Dust Ignition Protection by Enclosure “t”; and hence meet the requirements of European Directive 94/9/EEC (ATEX). In particular, MOTOVARIO electric motors may be constructed for Group II, category 3, atmosphere G with temperature class T3 (200°C) and protection mode “n” or atmosphere D with temperature class T135°C, and hence bear the double marking: - II 3G Ex nAc IIB T3 / II 3D Ex tc IIIB T135°C IP5X (in case of non-conductive dust). - II 3G Ex nAc IIB T3 / II 3D Ex tc IIIC T135°C IP6X (in case of conductive dust). For further information, consult the respective documentation.

1.2.6 Conformity with CCC standards On request, TS, TH, TBS, TBH series electric motors can be manufactured in conformity with the following standards: CCC for -

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the Chinese market, limited to the following sizes: 2-pole from size 63A2 0.18 kW to size 90L2 2.2 kW 4-pole from size 63A4 0.12 kW to size 90S4 1.1 kW 6-pole from size 63A6 0.09 kW to size 90S6 (TS) or 90L6 (TH, TP) 0.75 kW

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1.3.1 Physical measurements and conversion factors Unit of measurement Physical measurement

SI units

length

m = metre

speed

m/s

weight

kg = kilogram

density

kg/m 3

moment of inertia

kg·m2

Conversion from

Imperial units

SI units to Imperial units

Imperial units to SI units

ft = foot

1 ft = 0.3048 m

1 m = 3.2808 ft

in = inch

1 in = 25.4 mm

1 mm = 0.03937 in

ft/s

1 ft/s = 0.3048 m/s

1 m/s = 3.2808 ft/s

in/s

1 in/s = 25.4 mm/s

1 mm/s = 0.03937 in/s

lb = pound

1 lb = 0.4536 kg

1 kg = 2.205 lb

lb/ft3

1 lb/ft3 = 16.0185 kg/m3

1 kg/m 3 = 0.0624 lb/ft3

lb/in3

1 lb/in 3 = 27.6799 g/cm3

1 g/cm 3 = 0.0361 lb/in3

lb·ft 2

1 lb·ft 2 = 0.4214 kg·m2

1 kg·m 2 = 23.3 lb·ft2

lb·in2

1 lb·in2 = 2.264 kg·cm2

1 kg·cm 2 = 0.417 lb·in2

1 lbf = 4.44822 N

1 N = 0.2248 lbf

N = newton

force

kgf* = kilogram-force

lbf = pound-force

1 lbf = 0.4536 kgf

1 kgf = 2.2045 lbf (1 N = 0.102 kgf 1 kgf = 9.8 N)

mechanical moment energy

[Nm]

1 lbf·ft = 0.138 kgf·m

1 kgf·m = 7.23 lbf·ft

kgf·m*

1 lbf·ft = 1.36 N·m

1 N·m = 0.738 lbf·ft

J = Joule (=Nm)

1 lbf·ft = 1.36 J

1 J = 0.738 lbf·ft

1 lbf·ft = 3.7·10-7 kWh

1 kWh = 2.6·10 6 lbf·ft

1 psi = 6.895·10 3 Pa (N/m 2 )

1 Pa = 1.45·10-4 psi

1 psi = 0.068 atm

1 atm = 14.7 psi

1 psi = 0.0689 bar

(1Pa=9.87·10 -6atm=10-5bar)

lbf·ft

lbf·ft kWh = kilowatt hour Pa = Pascal (=N/m2)

pressure

atm* = atmosphere

2

psi (=lbf/ in )

bar*

power

W = Watt

hp = horse power

1 hp = 745.7 W

1 W = 0.00134 hp

lbf·ft/s

1 lbf·ft/s = 1.356 W

1 W = 0.738 ft·lbf/s

(*) unit of measurement not included in SI system

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1.3.2 Formulas

MEASUREMENT

SYMBOLS AND UNITS OF MEASUREMENT

DESCRIPTION

phase voltage and current

E [V] IE [A]

voltage and current measured between phase and neutral

RELATIONSHIPS

three-phase system

voltage and current concatenated

V [V] IV [A]

voltage and current measured between phase and phase (threephase systems)

V = √3E

IV = IE/√3

speed of rotation

n [min-1] ω [rad/s]

motor shaft speed

force weight force

F [N] P [N]

product of mass x acceleration product of mass x gravitational acceleration

moment

M [Nm]

product of force x distance r of point of application from axis

M = F[N]×r[m]

linear power

P [W]

product of force x linear speed

P = F [N]×V [m/s]

angular power

P [W]

product speed

P = M[Nm] ×ω[rad/s]

energy

W [J]

power delivery over time

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of

torque

n = (60/2p)×ω = 9,55×ω

x

rotational

F = m [kg] ×a[m/s2 ] P = m[kg] ×9.81[m/s2 ]

W = P[W]× t[s]

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1.3.3 Nominal characteristics Nominal characteristics: total of numerical electrical and mechanical values (power voltage, frequency, current, speed, power delivery,...) together with their duration and sequence in time, attributed to the machine and indicated on the nameplate, in conformity with the specified conditions. In particular, the following values in relation to the operation of the motor; the same symbols are used in the performance tables.

MEASUREMENT

SYMBOLS AND UNITS OF MEASUREMENT

nominal voltage

Vn [V]

concatenated voltage at the machine's terminals at nominal power

nominal current

In [A]

current absorbed by the motor at nominal power

starting current

Is [A]

line current absorbed by the motor at nominal starting voltage and frequency

nominal torque

Mn [Nm]

torque delivered by motor shaft at nominal conditions

starting torque

Ms [Nm]

torque delivered by the motor shaft at starting

sag torque

Mi [Nm]

minimum asynchronous torque under normal running conditions developed by the motor at speeds from zero to maximum torque speed; this definition does not apply to asynchronous motors whose torque decreases continuously as speed increases

DESCRIPTION

maximum torque under normal running conditions developed by the motor without a sudden drop in speed; this definition does not apply to asynchronous motors whose torque decreases continuously as speed increases

maximum torque

Mmax [Nm]

synchronous motor shaft speed under no load; the following relations apply: ns = 120×fn / p [rpm] ω s = 4p×fn / p [rad/s] ω s = ns / 9,55 [rad/s] where: fn = nominal power supply frequency [Hz] p = number of motor poles it follows that:

synchronous speed

ωs [rad/s]

poles

rpm at 50Hz

rpm at 60Hz

ns [min-1]

2

3000

3600

4

1500

1800

6

1000

1200

8

750

900

nn [rpm]

nominal speed

ωn [rad/s]

motor shaft speed in nominal conditions at nominal power

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ratio between the deviation of the shaft speed relative to the synchronous speed and the synchronous speed itself; normally declared as a percentage: s = (ωs - ω) / ω s×100 sn = (ωs - ωn ) / ω s×100

creep

s

nominal creep

sn

mechanical power delivery

P [W]

numerical value of mechanical power delivered to the shaft; the relation between power, torque and speed is: P [W] = T [Nm] ×ω [rad/s]

nominal power delivery

P n [W]

numerical value of the mechanical power delivered to the shaft at nominal conditions P n (W) = Tn [Nm] ×ωn [rad/s]

power factor

cosφ

nominal power factor

cosφ n

active absorbed electrical power

P a [W]

cosine of the phase angle between the voltage and current, a function of the load characteristics numerical value of the active electrical power absorbed from the mains; the following relations apply: three-phase system Pa [W] = √3V[V] I[A]cosφ single-phase system Pa [W] = V[V] I[A]cosφ

reactive electrical power absorbed

Qa [VAr]

numerical value of the reactive electrical power absorbed from the mains; the following relations apply: three-phase system Q a [W] = √3V[V] I[A]senφ single-phase system Qa [W] = V[V] I[A]senφ

reactive power furnished by an array of capacitors

Qc [VAr]

numerical value of the reactive electrical power furnished by an array of capacitors of capacity C [μF], for three-phase systems: Qc=√3V2 [V] C[mμF] 2πfn [Hz]

efficiency

moment of inertia

η

J [kg×m 2 ]

ratio between mechanical power delivery and electrical power absorption η = P / Pa η% = P / Pa ×100 once we know the efficiency, the power delivered to the shaft can be calculated as follows: asynchronous three-phase motor P [W] = √3V[V] IV[A]ηcosφ asynchronous single-phase motor P [W] = E [V] IE[A]ηcosφ Product of rotating mass m [kg] and the square of the equivalent radius of rotation r [m]: J = mr2 In practice one uses PD2, the product of the weight [kgp] and the square of the equivalent diameter of rotation D [m]; it follows that: PD2 [kgp×m 2] = 4J[kg×m 2] Note that the weight in the practical system corresponds (numerically) to the mass in the SI system In evaluating the acceleration and braking times we must sum the motor's moment of inertia Jm to that of the load Jext, to obtain the total moment of inertia: Jt = Jm + Jext and analogously: PD2 t = PD2 m + PD2 txt

acceleration time

ta [s]

braking time

tf [s]

Furthermore, to the torque delivered by the motor Mm, which may be accelerating or braking, we must subtract or add the resisting torque Mr, to obtain, as a first approximation: during acceleration, the accelerating torque: Ma = Mm - Mr during braking, the braking torque: Mf = Mm + Mr As a first approximation we can use for Mm the value of the starting torque as given in the catalogue; a more precise calculation, given the load curve, can be obtained by integrating from 0 to the nominal speed. The acceleration time, for a speed variation of Δω (or Δn), is: in the SI system ta = [Jt / M a]×Δω [kg×m2 ] in the practical system

ta = [2.67 PD2 t / M a] ×Δn×10-3 [kgp×m2 ]

The same formulas apply to the braking time, with Ma replaced by Mf and bearing in mind that Ma and Δn are negative. If the external loads are connected by gear reducers or speed multipliers, the respective moments of inertia must be referred to the motor axis by multiplying them by the square of the ratio between the load speed nc and the motor speed nm: Jext (nc /nm ) 2 and analogously for PD2 . To refer the inertia to a load of mass M drive in a linear motion by the motor to the motor's shaft, we must know the ratio between the linear speed v and the corresponding speed n (or ω) of the motor; the corresponding moment of inertia will be: in the SI system Jext = M[kg] (v[m/s] /ωm[rad/s]) 2 in the practical system PD2 = 365 P[kgp] (v[m/s] /nm[rpm]) 2 where P is the weight of the moving part.

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1.3.4 Tolerances TOLERANCES Efficiency (ratio between measured power delivery and absorption)

-15% di (1-h)

Power factor

-1/6 di (1-cosj) 0.02 min 0.07 max

Creep at full load and at operating temperature - Power delivery ≥ 1kW - Power delivery < 1kW

±20% ±30%

Current with rotor locked with any specific starting device

20%

Torque with rotor locked

-15% +25%

Sag torque

-15%

Maximum torque

-10%

Moment of inertia

±10%

Sound pressure level

+3dBA

Height of axis

-0.5mm.

Flange centring diameter

J6

Outer diameter of shaft on delivery end D - Up to 28mm - Over 28mm

j6 k6

Key dimensions F x GD

h9

Keyway width F

N9

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1.4.2 Design features

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Preloaded spring Bearing on driving side Flange/Shield driving side Fan cover fastening screws Cable gland Terminal box Ground screw Terminal board cover Terminal box fastening screws Casing complete with winding Shield opposite to driving side Fan Fan cover Terminal box cover gasket F Key Bearing opposite to driving side Stud Rotor with shaft Oil seal ​Fastening screw for terminal box

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Casing in die-cast aluminium alloy, chosen for its high tensile strength and corrosion resistance from size 56 to size 160S; finned; not painted from size 56 to size 160S (painting optional); fitted with lifting rings starting from size 100; fitted for mounting feet opposite the terminal block from size 56 to size 63; fitted for mounting feet opposite the terminal block and in the two side positions from size 71 to size 160S; fitted with clamp for grounding inside the terminal block; option of external GND connection on the motor casing. The terminal is marked with the symbol

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Shaft In C40 steel or similar; dimensions, standardised output shaft and key, according to IEC60072-1; end of shaft with threaded hole on driving side. Optional double-ended shaft from size 63 to size 160S. Rotor The rotor is the squirrel-cage type in die-cast aluminium or aluminium alloy. The aluminium alloy (silumin) is used on single-phase motors to increase their starting torque. The angle, number of slots and geometrical shape of the rotors have been designed in relation to the number of stator slots and the polarity of the motor to ensure the most regular operation even in variable speed applications, decreasing the phenomenon of torque pulses, detrimental to the motor’s correct operation and a cause of running noise. Rotor balancing, from frame size 90, is performed dynamically with the half-key method in accordance with ISO 2373 standard rating G6.3 for normal vibration. On request it is possible to have increased balancing (rating G2.3). Stator and Winding Laminations with controlled magnetic properties. All TS motors are constructed with low loss magnetic laminations. All TH and TP motors are constructed with very low loss isolated magnetic laminations. Appropriate number of slots and geometrical shape in relation to the motor’s polarity so as to enable the most regular operation; Winding made with glazing copper G2 degree in H class, capable of providing considerable mechanical strength and ensuring an adequate thermal reserve such as to slow down the ageing of the motor; Class F insulation system; 100% testing of all electrical parameters at line end. Flange / Shield Die-cast aluminium alloy, excluding B5 flange for size 160S (cast iron); cast iron rear shield on versions with FM or MS brake and backstop device. Terminal block cover In die-cast aluminium alloy with Motovario logo. All terminal box covers have a pre-defined thinner section to be easily broken, which is suitable for the fitting of a cable gland (M20 on size 63-71-80, M25 on size 90-100-112, M32 on size 132160S) and allowing the insertion of power cable on fan or flange sides. Fan Centrifugal fan with radial blades to enable cooling in both directions of rotation, keyed externally onto the non-drive-end shaft. Made of loaded thermoplastic, suitable for normal motor operating temperatures. Optionally in aluminium for very high/low ambient temperatures, or for EU ATEX versions. Fan cover Made of galvanised stamped plate, suitably shaped to avoid phenomena of resonance and to improve the flow of air over the motor casing. The air feed grill has holes of a size, in relation to the distance from the accessible rotating parts, in conformity with the safety requirements of the UNI EN 294 standard.

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Cable glands and plugs Cable glands and plugs are in compliance with metric standardization. STANDARD MOTOR (TS, TH, TP, D, S, HSE) Size

Fitted for cable gland

Cable gland included

Plugs included

Cable entry point Ø min - max [mm]

Power terminal clamps

Tightening torque max [Nm]

56

2 x M16 x 1,5 (2 for side)

1 x M16 x 1,5

-

5 - 10

M4

2

63

4 x M16 x 1,5 (2 for side)

1 x M16 x 1,5 (1)

-

5 - 10

M4

2

71 - 80

2 x M16 x 1,5 2 x M20 x 1,5 (1 + 1 for side)

1 x M20 x 1,5 (1)

-

6 - 12

M4

2

90

2x M25 x 1,5 (1 for side)

1 x M25 x 1,5

1 x M25 x 1,5

9 - 17

M5

3

100

2x M25 x 1,5 (1 for side)

1 x M25 x 1,5

1 x M25 x 1,5

9 - 17

M5

3

112

2x M25 x 1,5 (1 for side)

1 x M25 x 1,5

1 x M25 x 1,5

9 - 17

M5

3

132 - 160S

2x M32 x 1,5 (1 for side)

1 x M32 x 1,5

1 x M32 x 1,5

11 - 21

M6

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BRAKE MOTOR (TBS, TBH, TBP, DB) Size

Cable routing

Cable glands

Plugs

Cable entry point Ø min - max [mm]

Power terminal clamps

Tightening torque max [Nm]

63

4 x M16 x 1,5 (2 for side)

2 x M16 x 1,5 (2)

2 o 3 x M20 x1,5 (2)

5 - 10

M4

2

71 - 80

4 x M20 x 1,5 (2 for side)

1 x M20 x 1,5 1 x M16 x 1,5 (2)

2 o 3 x M20 x1,5 (2)

6 - 12

M4

2

90

2 x M25 x 1,5 2 x M20 x 1,5

1 x M25 x 1,5 1 x M20 x 1,5 (3)

1 x M25 x 1,5 1 o 2 x M20 x 1,5 (3)

9 - 17

M5

3

100

2 x M25 x 1,5 2 x M20 x 1,5

1 x M25 x 1,5 1 x M20 x 1,5 (3)

1 x M25 x 1,5 1 o 2 x M20 x 1,5 (3)

9 - 17

M5

3

112

2 x M25 x 1,5 2 x M20 x 1,5

1 x M25 x 1,5 1 x M20 x 1,5 (3)

1 x M25 x 1,5 1 o 2 x M20 x 1,5 (3)

9 - 17

M5

3

132 - 160S

2x M32 x 1,5

1 x M32 x 1,5 1 x M20 x 1,5 (4)

none or 1 x M32 x 1,5

11 - 21

M6

4

Notes: (1) For motor sizes 63-71-80 in the standard version, cable glands are not installed but are included with the motor. The cable glands may be mounted in the desired positions by breaking on of the caps on the terminal block box. (2) a) Direct power: 3 plugs installed, 1 M16 cable gland included, the other cable gland is already installed; b) Separate power: 2 plugs installed, both cable glands installed. (3) a) Direct power: 3 plugs installed, 1 M20 cable gland included, the other cable gland is already installed b) Separate power: 2 plugs installed, both cable glands installed. (4) a) Direct power: 1 plug installed, 1 M20 cable gland included, the other cable gland is already installed; b) Separate power: plugs not included, both cable glands installed. For all motor sizes cable glands and nameplates may also be located opposite the standard side (respectively right and left viewed from the coupling side). For all motor sizes mounting position B3 is mounted on feet with terminal block on the opposite side. As an option and excluding size 63, feet can be mounted also on the side with respect to the terminal block. On request for motor sizes it is possible to have the cable gland fan side; in this case call our Technical Service for technical feasibility and dimensions.

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1.4.3 Flange B5

P [mm]

M [mm]

N [mm]

F [mm]

Mat.

56

A

120

100

80

7

EN AC 46100

63

A

140

115

95

9,5

EN AC 46100

B

140

115

95

9,5

EN AC 46100

A

160

130

110

9,5

EN AC 46100

B

160

130

110

9,5

EN AC 46100

A

200

165

130

11,5

EN AC 46100

B

200

165

130

11,5

EN AC 46100

A

250

215

180

11,5

EN AC 46100

B

250

215

180

11,5

EN AC 46100

A

300

265

230

14,5

EN AC 46100

A

350

300

250

18,5

EN GJL 200

71 80/90 100/112 132 160S

F - Through holes A - Standard B - Reduced Note: contact our technical service for solutions with reduced or oversize flanges

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1.4.4 Flange B14

56 63 71 80 90 100 / 112 132

A

P [mm]

M [mm]

N [mm]

F [mm]

Mat.

80

65

50

M5

EN AC 46100

B

80

65

50

M5

EN AC 46100

A

90

75

60

M5

EN AC 46100

B

90

75

60

M5

EN AC 46100

A

105

85

70

M6

EN AC 46100

B

105

85

70

M6

EN AC 46100

A

120

100

80

M6

EN AC 46100

B

120

100

80

M6

EN AC 46100

A

140

115

95

M8

EN AC 46100

B

140

115

95

M8

EN AC 46100

A

160

130

110

M8

EN AC 46100

A

200

165

130

M10

EN AC 46100

F - Threaded holes A - Standard B - Reduced Note: contact our technical service for solutions with reduced or oversize flanges

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1.4.5 Motor shaft Motor shaft end – drive side

56 63 71 80 90 100-112 132 160S

D x E [mm]

M

b x h x l [mm]

A

9 x 20

M4

3 x 3 x 12

B

9 x 20

M4

3 x 3 x 12

A

11 x 23

M4

4 x 4 x 15

B

11 x 23

M4

4 x 4 x 15

A

14 x 30

M5

5 x 5 x 20

B

14 x 30

M5

5 x 5 x 20

A

19 x 40

M6

6 x 6 x 30

B

19 x 40

M6

6 x 6 x 30

A

24 x 50

M8

8 x 7 x 35

B

24 x 50

M8

8 x 7 x 35

A

28 x 60

M10

8 x 7 x 45

B

28 x 60

M10

8 x 7 x 45

A

38 x 80

M12

10 x 8 x 60

B

38 x 80

M12

10 x 8 x 60

A

42 x 110

M16

12 x 8 x 90

A - Standard B - Reduced Note: contact our technical service for solutions with reduced or oversize flanges

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1.4.6 Bearings Radial, single race ball bearings are used, with normal play, lubricated for life, drive side shielding 2Z, non-drive side shielding 2Z or 2RS in the standard or brake versions respectively. The rear bearings are pre-loaded with a compensation ring that acts on the external ring of bearings to decrease operating noise and to enable axial movement by thermal action. Motor size

Drive side bearing (DE)

Non-drive side bearing (NDE)

Static load coefficient C 0 [N]

56

6201 2Z

6201 2Z/2RS

n.d.

63

6202 2Z

6202 2Z/2RS

3750

71

6202 2Z

6202 2Z/2RS

3750

80

6204 2Z

6204 2Z/2RS

6550

90S/L

6205 2Z

6205 2Z/2RS

7800

100

6206 2Z

6206 2Z/2RS

11200

112

6306 2Z

6306 2Z/2RS

16000

132S/M

6308 2Z

6308 2Z/2RS

24000

160S

6309 2Z

6308 2Z/2RS

28000

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1.4.7 Overhung load

Maximum overhung load F r [N] at 50Hz with F a /Fr<0.2 2 (p)

4 (p)

6 (p)

8 (p)

63

80

360

410

450

71

270

350

400

440

80

440

560

650

720

90S

480

610

700

770

90L

490

620

710

790

100

680

870

1000

1100

112

990

1260

1450

1600

132S

1350

1720

1980

2190

132M

1430

1830

2100

2320

160S

1500

2650

3000

3100

(p) Pole The following table was obtained by taking into account a radial load FR applied on shaft output end centre line and a negligible axial load FA (F A/FR < 0,2), with bearing reliability rate of 98% and lifetime of 20000 operating hours. In the case of belt/pulley coupling, the motor shaft is subject to an overhung load FR which can be evaluated as follows: FR = 19100 · P n · K n · DP

± P P [N]

where: Pn = Nominal motor power [kW]; PP = pulley weight; the sign in the equation accounts for whether the weight is acting with or against the belt tension [N]; n = speed [rpm]; Dp = primitive diameter of pulley [m]; K = coefficient, generally between 2 and 3, depending on type of belt/pulley transmission (refer to transmission documentation).

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1.4.8 Axial load

Maximum axial load F a [N] at 50Hz with no overhung load F r 2 (p)

4 (p)

6 (p)

8 (p)

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

63

225

105

115

215

280

160

170

270

325

205

215

315

355

235

245

345

71

225

105

120

210

280

160

175

265

325

205

220

310

355

235

250

340

80

365

225

245

345

460

320

340

440

525

385

405

505

580

440

460

560

90S

390

210

235

365

495

315

340

470

565

385

410

540

620

440

465

595

90L

390

210

240

360

495

315

345

465

565

385

415

535

620

440

470

590

100

550

360

400

500

690

500

545

645

790

600

645

745

870

680

725

825

112

795

575

625

745

1000

780

830

950

1150

930

980

1100

1260

1040

1090

1210

132S

1145

765

845

1065

1445

1065

1145

1365

1650

1270

1350

1570

1820

1440

1520

1740

132M

1145

765

865

1045

1445

1065

1165

1345

1650

1270

1370

1550

1820

1440

1540

1720

160S

1145

765

865

1045

1445

1065

1165

1345

1650

1270

1370

1550

1820

1440

1540

1720

(p) Pole IMPORTANT: In case of vertical installation with the shaft end uppermost, values 3 and 4 must be inverted. No axial loads above 0,25C 0 are allowed. The following table was obtained with no axial load, based on the type of installation and of the force application direction; the calculation made includes any possible unfavourable effect of the rotor weight and of the preload spring force. For 60Hz operation, a reduction of approximately 7% of the values specified in the table must be considered.

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1.5 MOUNTING POSITIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

Mounting position: specific construction in relation to the mounting equipment, type of bearings and shaft end. Installation type: positioning of the motor in relation to the axis line (horizontal or vertical) and mounting equipment. The table lists the most common installation methods in relation to the mounting position. With reference to standard IEC 34-7, the electric motor’s nameplate must be marked with the mounting position (IMB3, IMB5, IMB14, IMB34, IMB35) independently of the installation type.

IMB3

IMB5

IMB14

IMB35

IMB34

Mounting position: IMB3 with feet IMB5 with drive side flange, through holes IMB14 with drive side flange, threaded holes IMB35 with feet and drive side flange, through holes IMB34 with feet and drive side flange, threaded holes Besides being available in the above-indicated standardised mounting positions, motors are available also in compact versions; this applies to both aluminium CHA and CBA gear reducers (B10 mounting position) and to cast iron CH, CB and CS gear reducers (B11 mounting position). These mounting positions require special flanges integral with the gear reducer and cable output shaft where pinion is fitted before the reduction stage. The resulting gearmotor has reduced axial size. For further details, including dimensional drawings, refer to the specific catalogues of the gear reducers.

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1.6 PROTECTION RATINGS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

Definition and applicability (IEC 60034-5): The protection rating gives the protection provided by the enclosure in relation to: protection of persons against approaching or contact with live components; protection against ingress of solid foreign matter; protection against damage by water. It does not account for protection against mechanical damage or special conditions, including humidity (for example, as caused by condensation), corrosive vapours, mould, insects or explosive atmospheres. The code indicating the protection rating is composed of the letters IP followed by two characteristic digits which indicate conformity with the conditions indicated in the table. The Motovario electric motors in standard operation have an IP55 degree of protection; optionals include executions with IP56, IP65 and IP66 degrees of protection . The Motovario self-braking electric motors have an IP54 degree of protection; optionals include executions with IP55, IP56, IP65 and IP66 degrees of protection. Motors with superior degree of protection of IP66 cannot be supplied. Protection degree of the motors is guaranteed and certified by tests carried out in qualified testing room. The first digit indicates the degree of protection against ingress of solid matter and approach to or contact with live components 0

no protection

1

protection against ingress of solid bodies of diameter greater than 50mm. (e.g. involuntary contact with the hands)

2

protection against ingress of solid bodies of diameter greater than 12mm. (e.g. finger)

3

protection against ingress of solid bodies of diameter greater than 2.5mm

4

protection against ingress of solid bodies of diameter greater than 1mm

5

protection against ingress of dust; penetration by dust is not completely eliminated, but it may not enter in amounts sufficient to compromise the operation of the motor

6

total protection against ingress of dust

The second digit indicates the degree of protection against ingress of water 0

no protection

1

drops of water falling vertically may not cause damage (e.g. condensation)

2

drops of water falling vertically may not cause damage when the machine is inclined at any angle up to 15° from its normal position

3

water fall- ing at an angle to the vertical of up to 60° may not cause damage

4

water sprayed onto the machine from any direction may not cause damage

5

water sprayed onto the machine with a nozzle from any direction may not cause damage

6

waves or jets of water may not penetrate into the machine in amounts sufficient to cause damage

7

water may not penetrate into the machine in amounts sufficient to cause damage when it is submerged in given conditions of pressure and duration

8

the motor may remain submerged perma- nently in water in the conditions indicated by the manufacturer

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1.7 THERMAL CLASSIFICATION

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

1.7.1 Insulation classes The thermal insulation system is classified by a single letter (IEC60085). Depending on the thermal class, the winding overtemperature, which is the difference between their temperature and ambient temperature, has the maximum limit given in the table; the resistance variation method is used to measure the overtemperature. To obtain the maximum absolute temperature admitted for the insulation system, a maximum ambient temperature of 40°C is used. Standard electric motors are made with a winding insulation system in conformity with thermal classification F, in accordance with publication IEC60034-1; the thermal reserve, for standardised powers, is such that the over-temperatures of the windings do not exceed the limits set for class B; this ensures less strain on the insulation from a thermal point of view, therefore a longer service life for the motor. Given the ambient installation conditions, constructions to class H are optionally available, for which the respective overtemperature is permitted.

1.7.2 Thermal class Thermal class MOT.

B

F

H

Pn < 600W

ΔT TM

85 130

110 155

130 180

Pn >= 600W

ΔT TM

80 130

105 155

125 180

IC410 / IEC 60034-7

ΔT TM

85 130

110 155

130 180

P n = Nominal power IC410 / IEC 60034-7 = Motors without ventilation (IC410 for IEC34-7) ΔT = Winding overtemperature in [K] measured with the resistance variation method T M = Maximum operating temperature of windings in [°C] at ambient temperature of 40°C

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2.1 OPERATING CONDITIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

2.1.1 STD ambient conditions – Derating for non-standard conditions Standard electric motors are designed for the following operating conditions on-site: Altitude: no greater than 1000 m above sea level. Ambient temperature: minimum -15°C, maximum +40°C. If the motors are destined to operate at places at a height of between 1000 and 4000m a.s.l., or if the ambient temperature is between +40 and +60°C, it is necessary to apply a corrective coefficient (see graph) to the motor power to allow the motor to maintain its thermal reserve (maximum temperature reached by the windings in normal operating conditions). Alternatively, to select the right motor size it is recommended to account for such ambient conditions by dividing the application’s power requirement by the same corrective coefficient. In some cases, power corrective coefficient cannot be applied, this mainly applies to high-efficiency motors (TH and TP); however it must be borne in mind that this reduces the motor’s thermal reserve. In any case, the maximum winding temperature must be within the range given for the thermal class in question. For further details, contact our Technical Service.

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2.1.2 Options for particularly humid environments The paint and the standard impregnation method adopted for insulation of the motor windings is also suitable in cases where there is a high humidity environment (tropical climates). In such case no additional treatment is required. In the case of particular ambient conditions that may lead to the formation of condensation inside the motor, the following options are available: 1. Condensation drain holes. Holes for draining out condensation, normally closed with plastic plugs to provide the protection rating declared on the nameplate; periodically open the plugs to drain out the moisture and then close them again. 2. Condensation heater. Condensation heaters are electrical heating elements installed directly on the heads of the motor windings and, due to the particular nature of the impregnation process, connected to the latter. This prevents condensation forming even in extreme climatic conditions. The power cables are routed into the motor’s terminal block enclosure and hooked up to a mammuth type terminal block. The heaters should not be powered while the motor is running. Condensation heater technical data: insulation class: 180°C temperature range: -50 to +180°C dielectric rigidity: 2kV heating power: 1. 12.5W (30W for UL/CSA homologated construction) for motor sizes 63 to 112 2. 25W (50W for UL/CSA homologated construction) for motor sizes 132 and 160S operating voltage: 110V or 230V Custom voltages and powers are available on request. Condensation drain holes and condensation heaters can also be ordered as individual options. With reference to the condensation heaters, with a DC power source, the same effect can be obtained by powering two phases of the motor with the motor off; the power voltage must be such as to provide the same heating effect as the condensation heater itself, as follows: Vdc = √(P∙R)

where: P = heating power [W] R = resistance between two phases measured across terminals U1 - V1 Options 1) and 2) are not available in conjunction with servo-ventilation and on the self-braking motors with ML brake; on self-braking motors with brake, FM and MS are only available with IP55 degree of protection.

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2.1.3 Low temperature construction (-40°C / -15°C) In case of applications with ambient temperature included between –40°C and –15°C, the electric motor is equipped with special components: Bearings with special lubrication (LHT) and higher backlash (C3) suitable for low running temperatures; Silicone oil seal; Aluminium fan; Metal cable glands and plugs. In these conditions, if condensation formation is a risk, we recommend employing, or at least order the condensation drain holes and/or heaters. The low temperature construction is not available in combination with forced ventilation or for brake motors with ML or MS brake; brake motors with FM brakes have this option only with IP55 protection rating.

2.1.4 High temperature construction (+60°C / +90°C) In case of applications with ambient temperature included between +60°C and +90°C, the electric motor is equipped with special components: Class H winding insulation Bearings with special lubrication (LHT) and higher backlash (C3) suitable for high running temperatures; Viton/FKM seal rings; Aluminium fan; Metal cable glands and plugs. Furthermore, when selecting the product it is advisable to adopt power derating for +60°C ambient temperature (see “Standard ambient conditions – Derating for non-standard ambient temperature/ altitude”). The high temperature construction is not available in combination with forced ventilation or on brake motors.

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2.2 ELECTRIC MOTORS EFFICIENCY

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

2.2.1 Standard high efficiency (TS), high (TH) and premium (TP) motors Motovario, three-phase, single polarity motors are available in three different versions (IE1-IE2-IE3) in compliance with standard 60034-30-1 (see table). The efficiency value is calculated according to the method set forth in standard IEC 60034-2-1. 1. IE1: Standard efficiency TS series. 2. IE2: High efficiency TH series 3. IE3: Premium efficiency TP series. (*) Table of Motovario commercial availability EFFICIENCY LEVEL NOMINAL POWER [kW]

POLES

IE1

IE2

IE3

0,09 ≤ Pn < 0,75

2-4-6

TS-TBS

-

-

0,75 ≤ Pn ≤ 11

2-4

TBS

-

-

0,75 ≤ Pn ≤ 5,5

6

TBS

TH-TBH

TP-TBP

0,75 ≤ Pn ≤ 9,2

2-4

-

TH-TBH

-

0,75 ≤ Pn ≤ 7,5

2-4

-

-

TP-TBP

7,5 ≤ Pn ≤ 22

6

TBS (*)

-

TP

11 ≤ Pn ≤ 90

4

-

-

TP

15 ≤ Pn ≤ 37

2

TBS (*)

-

TP

15 ≤ Pn ≤ 55

4

TBS (*)

-

-

(*) TP series motors have the same external dimensions as their counterparts in the TH series, with the following exceptions: a) TP80B4 0.75 kW, TP90S4 1.1 kW, TP90L4 1.5 kW, TP112M4 4 kW, TP90S6 0.75 kW, TP112M6 2,2 kW with increased length compared to their counterparts in the TH and TS series (see dimensional tables); b) 3 kW 4 poles, manufactured in size 112 IE3 instead of 100 IE2; c) 5.5 kW 4 poles, manufactured in size 132M IE3 instead of 132S IE1; d) 1.1 kW 6 poles, manufactured in size 100 IE3 instead of 90L IE1. For further details, refer to the dimensional pages. Motor TP100LA4 2,2 kW and all TP 6 poles motors are available at 60Hz only upon request. As a consequence, these motors are in IE3 efficiency level at 50 Hz and IE2 at 60 Hz in case of bifrequency electrical design (standard 230/400265/460V 50-60Hz and optional 200/346-220/380V 50-60Hz, 290/500-330/575V 50-60Hz and 400/690-460/800V 50-60Hz, see chapter on input voltage and frequency).

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2.2.2 EC Regulation No. 640/2009 The EC Regulation 640/2009 (EU MEPS – Minimum Energy Performance Standard) implements Directive 2005/32/EC with regard to ecodesign requirements, to improve energy saving. It applies on the European Union territory to the threephase asynchronous electric motors having the following features: 2, 4 or 6 poles; Nominal power greater than or equal to 0.75 kW; Maximum nominal voltage 1000 V; Suited for continuous duty; Suited for operation in standard environments (ambient temperature -15°C to +60°C, altitude below 4000m asl); These motors can be placed on the Community market for the first time according to the 3 following deadlines: 1. June 16th 2011: all motors must have a minimum IE2 efficiency level (TH series). 2. January 1st 2015: all motors must have a minimum IE3 efficiency level (TP series ) if their nominal power is higher or equal to 7.5 kW. The IE2 efficiency level is allowed if the motor is powered by an inverter. In this case, the IE2 motor (Motovario TH series) bears a sticker with indication (*). 3. January 1st 2017: all motors must have a minimum IE3 efficiency level (TP series). The IE2 efficiency level is allowed if the motor is powered by an inverter. In this case, the IE2 motor (Motovario TH series) must bear a sticker with indication (*).

(*) This regulation explicitly excludes the following types of motors that, as a consequence, do not need to comply with any special efficiency requirement: self-braking motors; motors conforming with European Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX); motors for intermittent (S3) or limited duration (S2) duty. The energy performance, and hence efficiency, of Motovario compact motors (incorporated with the gear reducer) can be tested independent of the gear reducer; in compliance with Regulation No. 640/2009, they are thus not an exception to motors with coupling according to the IEC standard. We remind you that in other parts of the world (i.e. USA, Australia, South Korea, etc.) other energy regulations, with other provisions, apply. It is a good practice to collect detailed information about these regulations before placing an electric motor on these markets.

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2.3 POWER CONDITIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

2.3.1 Standard construction motor voltage and frequency In the standard construction (Euro Voltage) the power voltages and frequencies permitted for motors are as follows: 1. For single polarity three-phase motors 230/400V 50Hz with 10% voltage tolerance; 2. For double polarity three-phase motors 400V 50Hz with 10% voltage tolerance; 3. For single-phase motors 230V 50Hz with 5% voltage tolerance. Within the permitted voltage tolerance range the nominal motor ratings may differ slightly by an amount which generally depends on the motor size; no generally valid rules are available. As a first approximation, the data given in the table applies, where the values represent corrective coefficients for the catalogue and nameplate data. V n -10%

V n -5%

Vn

V n +5%

V n +10%

n

0,97

0,99

1

1,01

1,02

Mn

1,03

1,01

1

0,99

0,98

In

1,05

1,03

1

1,03

1,05

cosφ n

1,08

1,05

1

0,95

0,9

Ms/M n

0,81

0,9

1

1,1

1,21

Normally, single polarity three-phase motors in the standard (Euro Voltage) construction have nameplate ratings of 230/400V 50Hz and 265/460V 60Hz. The nominal power for 60 Hz voltages is greater by 15-20% in TS series motors; and is equal to the nominal power at 50 Hz in TH and TP series motors. A tolerance of 10% is guaranteed for all four voltage/frequency values.

2.3.2 Standard electrical construction motors with ST2 option A single polarity three-phase motor in the standard (Euro Voltage) construction may also be used with 60Hz grid power. In particular, if powered at 460V 60Hz it can deliver 15% to 20% more than the nominal power at 50 Hz (over-rated power) while maintaining the other catalogue ratings (to an approximation). In further detail, with 60 Hz power the nominal operational ratings vary in relation to the power voltage compared to their values at 50 Hz (catalogue ratings) by approximately the factors given in the following table. V 50 Hz 220/380 230/400 240/415

V 60Hz

Mn

Pn

nn

Ms

Ms/M n

255/440 265/460 280/480

1,00

1,15-1,20

1,20

1,00

1,00

220/380 230/400 240/415

0,83

1,00

1,20

0,70

0,83

Consequently, single polarity three-phase standard efficiency motors (TS series) for voltages 220/380V, 230/400V or 240/415V, frequency 60Hz and standard nominal power (second row in table above) are constructed with standard (Euro Voltage) winding; note however that some ratings will decrease (in particular, starting torque). If the performance is considered insufficient for the application, the said motors can be ordered with over-rated power which, since they are constructed with a custom winding, will guarantee the catalogue ratings (see next paragraph). For single polarity threephase motors the voltages 220/380V±5% 50Hz and 240/415V±5% 50Hz are included in the interval 230/400V±10% 50Hz and are thus constructed with standard windings. These voltage/frequency ratings are declared on the nameplate if the motors are explicitly requested with such power supply specifications in the order. On request, motors can be supplied for which even these voltages have a declared tolerance of ±10%. Single-phase standard (Euro Voltage) motors cannot generally be used on 60Hz power, but require a custom electrical design (modified winding and capacitor).

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2.3.3 Motors with non-standard power voltages (SP1 - optional) As an option, single polarity three-phase motors can be provided for the optional voltages/frequencies indicated in the following table; in this case the winding is always non-standard. “S” indicates the nominal power at 50Hz, i.e. the catalogue rating (technical data table), while “M” indicates the overrated nominal power (15-20%) at 60Hz. TH and TP motors are not available at 60 Hz with over-rated power. [Hz] 50-60

[V]

TS

TH/TP

200/346-220/380

S-M

S

290/500-330/575

S-M

S

400/690-460/800

S-M

S

50

60

115/200

S

S

133/230

S

S

208/360

S

S

255/440

S

S

380/660

S

S

415/720

S

S

120/208

S, M

S

200/346

S, M

S

208/360

S, M

S

230/400

M (1)

S

240/415

M (1)

S

330/575(2)

S

S

346/600

S, M

S

380/660

S, M

S

400/690

S, M

S

415/720

S, M

S

Notes: The voltage pair 220/380 60Hz can be selected with over-rated power by selecting 4 voltages 200/346-220/380V, 5060 Hz; the standard power selection is available with standard winding and option ST2 for the TS series, or optional winding for the TH and TP series. TP series 6-pole motors are available at 60 Hz only upon request. When the voltage values are present on nameplate, usually at 60 Hz, these motors (TP with 6 poles) have a IE2 efficiency class. 1. Standard power at 50 Hz with standard winding and option ST2. 2. By selecting 4 voltages 290/500-330/575V 50-60Hz the over-rated power is available for TS series, and standard power for TH series and TP series. The following table gives the detailed values of “S” and “M” for all nominal voltages listed in the catalogue. [kW] (S)

0,09

0,12

0,15

0,18

0,22

0,25

0,3

0,37

0,55

0,75

0,92

(M)

0,11

0,14

0,17

0,21

0,26

0,29

0,36

0,45

0,65

0,9

1

[kW] (S)

1,1

1,5

1,85

2,2

3

4

4,8

5,5

7,5

9,2

11

(M)

1,3

1,8

2,1

2,6

3,6

4,7

5,7

6,5

9

10,5

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High efficiency motors (TH series) and premium efficiency motors (TP series) for voltages 220/380V, 230/400V or 240/415V at 60 Hz are always made with a custom winding and are not available with over-rated power. Single-phase motors (S and HSE series) are available as an option with the following supply voltages: 230V 60Hz, 115V 60Hz, 230V 50Hz with balanced winding (see page 102). More voltages are available upon request. Normally, all single polarity three-

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phase motors are fitted with a 6 terminal winding hooked up to a 6 clamp terminal block and are suited for D/Y connection. For the USA market, single polarity three-phase motors with UL/CSA homologation can be ordered for the voltage 230/460V 60Hz with 9 terminal winding hooked up to a 9 clamp terminal block for YY/Y connection. On request, motors suited for different power voltages than those indicated above are available. UL/CSA homologated motors do not declare voltages above 600V on their nameplates.

2.3.4 Inverter power supply Standard asynchronous three-phase motors can be used in variable speed applications if powered by inverters, in observance of the general prescriptions for rotating electrical machines given in IEC 60034-1. This is possible thanks to the generous electromagnetic specification and effective insulation system, with an ample thermal and dielectric margin, such as to enable good response even in case of overloads and limited frequency applications. All three-phase motors are also equipped with phase separators to ensure resistance of the insulation to the voltage peaks generated by inverter power supply. Applications with an extremely high or low speed may require the use of forced ventilation, on the one hand to improve cooling as it is insufficient, on the other hand to eliminate the noise caused by selfventilation and to decrease the load caused by the flow rate of the air produced by the fan, that becomes quite considerable at high speeds. Of course, the operating limits of the servo-fan are strictly connected with the conditions of load (duration and quantity); for S1 duty, please refer to the indications given in the operation diagram below. Applications at speeds above 3600rpm must be discussed with our technical service. Note that Motovario also produces the DRIVON vectorial inverter drive. For further information, consult the respective catalogue. In use, asynchronous electric motors with inverter power supply have two operating ranges: Constant torque (magnetic flux) range: constant V/f ratio. (400/50 for motor with 230/400V 50Hz star winding connection or 400/690V 50Hz Δ winding connection and threephase inverter, 230/50 for 230/400V 50Hz Δ winding connection and single- or three-phase inverter). This range allows the motor to run at nominal torque down to a lower limit (approximately 30 Hz for self-ventilated motors in S1 continuous duty and 2 Hz for S3 intermittent or S2 limited duration duty, or with forced ventilation motor in S1 continuous duty), below which the torque is derated as shown in the graph; the low frequency torque curve is nonetheless dependent on the inverter settings (e.g. voltage boost function); in the case of a vectorial inverter (e.g. the DRIVON), the motor’s nominal torque can be guaranteed down a few Hz, and even in S1 duty if the motor is of the forced ventilation type. Under these conditions, the best performance can be achieved through the integrated autotuning function, allowing inverter automatic setting by adapting it to the parameters of the equivalent circuit of the electric motor, thus optimizing its performance. In the case of a 230/400V 50Hz winding motor powered by a three-phase inverter, the motor can also be connected in Δ; in these conditions the magnetic flux in the motor remains almost constant up to 87Hz, and the constant torque range can thus be extended up to that frequency, obviously if the inverter can deliver the current required by the Δ winding motor. Operation at constant V/f but at torques greater than nominal, even overloading the motor, are admitted, so far as they are compatible with the inverter’s current limit and the duty time. N.B.: On request, motors can be supplied with special windings to adapt the constant torque speed range to the client’s actual application. Constant voltage operating range (value set by power mains). In this range, where the voltage reaches the maximum possible value (mains voltage), an increase in the speed and hence frequency decreases the V/f ratio and hence the magnetic flux (defluxing operation); there is also a drop off in torque with constant power delivery up to around 80-90Hz; beyond this limit (the “limit frequency”) torque and power both fall off as the frequency rises. For motor operation with constant torque up to 87Hz, the line of the power remains constant for values above 100Hz. The limit frequency fL can be determined as follows: fL = fn Mmax/Mn where fn and Mn are the nominal frequency (e.g. 50Hz) and nominal torque respectively, and Mmax is the maximum torque. The value of Mmax/Mn is given on the performance data page.

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(1) Torque limit with vectorial inverter (e.g. DRIVON) in S1 duty and forced ventilation motor (IC416), or S2 or S3 duty with self-ventilated motor (IC411). (2) Torque limit with scalar V/f inverter in S1 duty and forced ventilation motor (IC416), or S2 or S3 duty with selfventilated motor (IC411). (3) Torque limit with vectorial inverter (e.g. DRIVON) in S1 duty and self-ventilated motor (IC411). (4) Extension of torque limit with three-phase inverter (e.g. DRIVON and delta winding connection.

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The table gives the normal mean sound pressure level L pA [dB(A)] for three-phase motors running under no load, power frequency 50Hz, with measurement per ISO R 1680; tolerance +3db(A). At 60Hz the values are increased by around 2dB(A). The values are measured in a semi-anechoic chamber at 1 m from the housing of the motor located in a free field and on a reflecting plane. The measurements were made with standard motors in closed constructions with external surface ventilation (method IC411 per IEC 60034-6). L pA [dB(A)]

(*) Poles

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2 (*)

4 (*)

6 (*)

8 (*)

63

56

46

47

44

71

61

48

47

45

80

64

54

52

50

90

65

55

53

51

100

69

57

56

53

112

70

58

56

53

132

76

60

58

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“Duty” is defined as being the load condition the machine is subject to, including (if applicable) the periods of starting, electrical braking, operating with no load, and rest, as well as their duration and sequence in time. Duty can be described as one of the following standard types, in line with IEC 60034-1, or by another type identified by the user with a graph to show the sequence over time of the variable duty parameters;if the sequence is not defined, a nominal sequence must be selected which is no less severe than the actual sequence, conforming to one of the predefined duty types; if the duty is not specified, S1 is deemed applicable. The values given in the catalogue tables refer to electric motors, totally enclosed, with fan-cooled external surface ventilation, for which in nominal operating conditions, taking account of the insulation class, the S1 duty is applied. The type of duty is given on the motor name plate. In case of non-continuous duty threephase standard construction motors (duty S1) may be overloaded as indicated in the table. Duty S2

S3

Other

Power over-rating factor 60min.

1,1

30min.

1,2

10min.

1,4

60%

1,1

40%

1,15

25%

1,25

15%

1,35

-

Contact our technical service

S1 continuous duty Operation at constant load of sufficient duration to achieve thermal equilibrium; for it to be applicable the user must precisely specify the load and nominal operating conditions in which the machine is to run for an unlimited period. S2 limited duration duty Constant load operation for a limited period of time, less than that required to achieve thermal equilibrium, followed by a period of standby sufficient to cool the machine down to the coolant fluid temperature, with a tolerance of 2°C. This duty is abbreviated as S2 followed by an indication of the running time; the user must precisely specify the load, running time and nominal operating conditions in which the machine, started at ambient temperature, may operate for a limited period. If the load is not specified, nominal load is assumed. Sample designation: S2 30 min. S3 periodic intermittent duty Sequence of identical cycles, each including a period of operation at constant load and a period of standby; in this duty the cycle is such that the starting current does not significantly affect the overtemperature. The duty is designated S3 followed by the intermittency ratio; the cycle duration used to calculate the intermittency ratio is 10 minutes. The user must precisely specify the load and nominal operating conditions in which the machine is to run for a periodic cycle. Sample designation: S3 25%. S4 periodic intermittent duty with starting Sequence of identical cycles, each including a non-negligible starting phase, period of operation at constant load and period of standby. The duty is designated S4 followed by the intermittency ratio, the motor moment of inertia J T and load moment of inertia J L, referred to the motor shaft. The user must precisely specify the load and nominal operating conditions in which the machine is to run for a periodic cycle. Sample designation: S4 25% JT=0.15kgm 2 J L=0.7kgm2 S5 periodic intermittent duty with electric braking Sequence of identical cycles, each including a starting phase, period of operation at constant load, period of rapid electric braking and period of standby. The duty is designated S5 followed by the intermittency ratio, the motor moment of inertia JT and load moment of inertia J L, referred to the motor shaft. The user must precisely specify the load and nominal operating conditions in which the machine is to run for a periodic cycle. Sample designation: S5 25% JT=0.15kgm 2 J L=0.7kgm2 S6 periodic uninterrupted duty with intermittent load Sequence of identical cycles, each including a period of operation at constant load and period of operation under no load; there is no period of standby. The duty is designated S6 followed by the intermittency ratio; the cycle duration used to calculate the intermittency ratio is 10 minutes. The user must precisely specify the load and nominal operating conditions in which the machine is to run for a periodic cycle. Sample designation: S6 40% S7 periodic uninterrupted duty with electric braking

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Sequence of identical cycles, each including a starting phase, period of operation at constant load and period of electric braking; there is no period of standby. The duty is designated S7 followed by the motor moment of inertia J T and load moment of inertia J L, referred to the motor shaft. The user must precisely specify the load and nominal operating conditions in which the machine is to run for a periodic cycle. Sample designation: S7 J T=0.15kgm 2 J L=0.7kgm2 S8 periodic uninterrupted duty with correlated variations of load and speed Sequence of identical cycles, each including a period of operation at constant load at a preset constant speed, followed by one or more periods of operation at other constant loads at other speeds (done by changing the number of poles, for instance); no standby period exists. The duty is abbreviated as S8 followed by he motor moment of inertia JT and load moment of inertia J L, referred to the engine shaft, the loads, speeds and intermittency ratios for each period of operation at a given speed. The user must precisely specify the load and nominal operating conditions in which the machine is to run for a periodic cycle. Sample designation: S8 JT=0.15kgm 2 J L=0.7kgm2 (1.5KW-740rpm-30%) (2KW-1460rpm-30%) (1.1KW-980rpm-40%). S9 duty with non-periodic variations of load and speed Duty in which the load and speed generally vary in a non-periodic manner within the allowable range; this duty includes frequent overloads which may largely exceed the full load values; for this type of duty one must consider suitable full load values as a reference for the overloads. The duty is designated S9; the user must give precise details of the loads, speed and other conditions, including overloads, in which the machine is to operate non-periodically.

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A

Load

B

Electrical losses

C

Temperature

D

Starting or acceleration time

N

Constant load running time

F

Electric braking time

R

Standby time

RI

Intermittency ratio

V

No load running time

ϴmax

Maximum temperature reached during cycle

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2.6.1 Bimetal thermal cutouts A bimetal thermal cutout is simply an NC bimetal contact which, at its trip temperature, switches from closed to open. It is normally used as a sensor to control a contactor which shuts off power. In this way the cutout guarantees quick circuit breaking without the maximum allowed winding temperature being exceeded, in relation to the motor insulation class per IEC60034-1. Thermal cutouts are normally positioned in close contact with the conductors inside the winding heads, before they are formed and impregnated. Normally in the three-phase motors three thermoprotectors in series are used (one for each phase). In single-phase motors there is only one thermoprotector. Thermoprotector terminals are available free within the terminal box; upon request their wiring is possible to a set of pins of the motor terminal block. Upon request it is possible to provide thermoprotectors that are normally open (NO), with the principle of operation inverse to that described. Technical characteristics of standard bimetal thermal cutouts: Type NC; Trip temperature 130°C for class F insulation motors, 140°C for class F insulation motors homologated to the UL/CSA standards, 150°C for class H motors. Trip temperature tolerance ±5°C; Insulation dielectrical rigidity 2KV; Conformity with standard IEC60034-11. Different trip temperatures are available on request, from 70 to 180°C.

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Operation with NC contact

Operation with NO contact

TI

Trip temperature

Tr = T I -30°C

Rearm temperature

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2.6.2 Thermistors (PTC) Thermistors are temperature sensors with high temperature sensitivity. Thermistors with positive temperature coefficient (PTC) are generally used, whose resistance rises drastically in the vicinity of the trip temperature. Their use is similar to that of bimetallic thermal fuses, the resistance value can thus be used by a release device (not supplied by Motovario) protecting the motor. Thermistor terminals are free inside the terminal block box; their wiring to special pins of motor terminal board is available upon request.

TEMPERATURE – RESISTANCE DIAGRAM

Technical characteristics of standard thermistors: Trip temperature 130°C for class F motors, also valid for UL/CSA homologation; 150°C for class H motors; Insulation dielectrical rigidity 2.5KV. Different trip temperatures are available on request, from 60 to 180°C.

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2.7.1 Cooling systems Standard construction electric motors are closed and self-ventilated with a fan mounted to the motor shaft which operates in both directions of rotation. This cooling system, per IEC 60034-6, is designated IC411. Standard construction electric motors are constructed so that with IC411 cooling, duty is S1; this duty is guaranteed if the fan cover intake grille is not blocked by dirt deposited during operation or due to the installation itself (for example, inside the frame of a machine); such situations of poor ventilation must be carefully analysed to avoid compromising the motor’s performance. If the cooling system is IC418 (e.g. motor driving a fan and cooled by the resulting current of air), standard motors can be used in non-ventilated construction and S1 duty; naturally the speed and flow of air must be at least equivalent to that of the IC411 system. In case of total lack of external surface ventilation (IC410) standard motors may be used only for limited duration or very periodic duty. In such conditions the standard duty is S2 10 min or S3 10%. On request, motors can be provided without ventilation for S1 duty; the power, for a given motor size, is reduced to around 1/3 of the power available in S1 duty for IC411 motors. Contact our technical service for further information.

IC411

IC410

IC418

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2.7.2 Forced ventilation In the case of applications of the variable speed motor, it may be necessary to resort to forced ventilation (cooling method IC416), obtained by means of an axial flow servo-fan whose air flow rate is independent of the speed of rotation of the drive shaft. The supply, independent from the electric motor, is given by means of a connector applied directly on fan cover (single phase version 230V 50-60Hz, sizes 63-90), or by means of a separate terminal box cover applied on fan cover (single-phase 230V 50-60Hz sizes 100-132/160S and three-phase 380/420-380/480V 50-60Hz sizes 100132/160S). On request, we can analyse different solutions, or for special power voltages. Use of the servo-fan is recommended for motor speeds much lower than the nominal speed, when the air flow rate of the standard fan would be insufficient for correct cooling, and for much higher speeds than the nominal speed, when the losses due to ventilation of the standard fan would no longer be negligible compared to the nominal load and also the noise of ventilation would be annoying. Forced ventilation could be necessary in case of frequent starting torques, as this condition entails a high heating and a low heat dissipation by the fan fitted on motor shaft. The speed limit which determines the need for forced ventilation depends on the load conditions to which the electric motor is subjected, in relation to the speed and duty type. Forced ventilation has been designed as a kit; therefore it is possible to modify a standard selfventilated electric motor (IC411) into a motor with forced ventilation (IC416) by following these simple instructions: disassemble the standard fan cover, unscrewing the fastening screws from the motor casing; remove the fastening bush of the plastic fan and remove the fan with the help of a tool; assemble the forced ventilation kit by tightening to the motor casing with the fastening screws of the fan cover just disassembled. On request it is possible to supply forced ventilated motors with forced ventilation supply directly from the terminal box of the motor; in this case the forced ventilated unit cannot be supplied as a kit, but it should be ordered together with the complete motor. The application of the forced ventilation kit determines a length variation of the motor (see dimensional tables). Forced ventilation is not available for protection ratings higher than IP55 or in combination with high or low temperature.

IC416

[V] / [Hz]

[W]

[A]

63

230V/50-60Hz

14-16

0,09-0,11

71

230V/50-60Hz

14-16

0,09-0,11

80

230V/50-60Hz

33-36

0,20-0,24

90

230V/50-60Hz

33-36

0,20-0,24

100

230V/50-60Hz

33-36

0,20-0,24

112

230V/50-60Hz

76-90

0,35-0,40

132-160S

230V/50-60Hz

76-90

0,35-0,40

100

380-420V/50Hz 380-480V/60Hz

55-60

0,21-0,20

112

380-420V/50Hz 380-480V/60Hz

55-60

0,21-0,20

132-160S

380-420V/50Hz 380-480V/60Hz

55-60

0,21-0,20

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Single-phase power sizes 63-71-80-90

Single- and three-phase power sizes 100-112-132

1. 2. 3. 4.

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Connector mPm B202000N2 DIN 43650-A/ISO 4400 Cable gland M16x1.5 – Cable entry diameter 5-10 mm Three-phase power 400V Single-phase power 230V

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2.8.1 Version with roof In the case of positioning the motor vertically in outdoor applications, with the end of the shaft on the driving side facing downwards, it is recommended to use a fan guard with a roof to shelter it from the rain. This version is generally recommended in all cases where entry of water or solid bodies is such as to jeopardise the correct operation of the motor, due to infiltration of water, partial blockage of the air grille, or an obstruction preventing the fan and the shaft from turning correctly. The roof not only protects against rain, but may be supplied for use in the textile industry; in this case the fan cover has the same roof as the rain cover, but without grille, to prevent blocking by textile processing fragments. The cover does not significantly alter the winding overtemperature. The application of the cover determines a height variation of the motor (see dimensional specifications). The presence of the roof is incompatible with the double extension shaft and/or with the recessed rear hexagon.

2.8.2 Backstop device In applications where reverse motor rotation must be prevented, caused by the dragging action of the load, it is possible to have a backstop device applied directly on the motor on the fan side. This device is composed of eccentric cams with single spring guided by an inner and outer cage, themselves incorporated into two cylindrical tracks. When the inner track rotates with the motor shaft, the cams lift off the track due to the centrifugal force, thus allowing the shaft to rotate freely in the direction of rotation of the motor; when the shaft is rotated in the opposite direction, the cams lock down and prevent the shaft rotating. In consideration of the high speed of rotation, it is not recommended to use this device on 2 pole motors. For correct assembly of the backstop device, the direction of rotation of the motor must be specified in the order; a sticker on the fan cover shows the allowed direction of rotation. The backstop device, sized so as to be able to withstand the maximum torque transmitted by the motor and to work at the nominal speed of rotation of the motor without excessive wear, is lubricated for life with specific grease. The device’s construction is such as not to increase the axial length of standard motors. The backstop device is not available for sizes 63 and 71.

1. Outer track 2. Inner track 3. Backstop device

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2.8.3 Rapid connection power supply It is possible to supply motors with incorporated connector, for quick and safe power cable hookup. The connector has a modular structure, therefore it is possible to adapt the voltage values and the current capacities according to the motor type where the connector is applied. The motor is connected with fixed part (A) incorporated into the terminal block box and connections cabled directly to the connector and a piggyback part (B) supplied hooked on to the fixed part. As far as the application is concerned following solutions are suggested: 10 pole connector for three-phase motor in standard version (TS, TH, TP and D versions) or brake versions (series TBS, TBH, TBP and DB) with or without thermal cutout, excluding AC brake and separate supply. For the three-phase motors it is possible to prearrange the detachable part with double connection in order to do the star-delta connection; 10 pole connector for single-phase motor in standard version (S series) or self-braking version (SB series, upon request) with or without thermal protector; 5 pole connector for single-phase motor (series S) with or without thermal cutout. With thermal cutout version it is necessary to know the direction of rotation beforehand. Rapid connection power supply is available for motors up to nominal power 4 kW and sizes 112 inclusive. Brake motors (TBS, TBH, TBP and DB series) with Hartling connection are only available with a protection level IP54. Higher protection levels can be confirmed on request.

5 (*)

10 (**)

d [mm]

d1 [mm]

d [mm]

d1 [mm]

63

96

120

122

160

71

108

132

134

172

80

119

143

145

183

90

127

151

157

195

100

136

160

166

204

112

-

-

181

219

132

-

-

222

260

160

-

-

222

260

180

-

-

237

275

200

-

-

237

275

(*) 5 pole connector

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Series TS-TH-TP-D-TBS-TBH-TBPDB (except for separate power AC brake)

Series S (SB On request)

C - Temperature sensor D - Separate power DC brake E - Motor power supply

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2.8.4 Incremental encoder Incremental encoders are used when the motor speed must be known with precision, for example when used as a feedback signal for an inverter or indirect angular position signal or speed signal for a component of the machine to which the motor is coupled. Motovario supplies two distinct incremental encoder solutions. 1. Standard incremental encoder The encoder, available in the version with hollow through shaft, is mounted by locking the rotor directly onto the motor shaft, while its fixed part (stator) is held in place by locking pawl secured to the motor shield or directly to the brake; the pawl is then fitted into a slot in the encoder’s reaction arm which has a certain axial elasticity to compensate for play and dampen vibrations. It can be supplied in the following versions: Three-phase motor (TS, TH and D series) and three-phase brake motor (TBS, TBH and DB series) with FM and MS brakes; Non-ventilated (IC410), self-ventilated (IC411), forced ventilation (IC416). We give below the various constructions with standard incremental encoder without connector in the case of motor: Fig.A - three-phase (TS, TH, TP and D) without ventilation (IC410); Fig.B - three-phase (TS, TH, TP and D) self-ventilated (IC411); Fig.C - three-phase (TS, TH, TP and D) forced ventilation (IC416); Fig.D - three-phase brake (TBS, TBH, TBP and DB - MS and FM brake) without ventilation (IC410); Fig.E - three-phase brake (TBS, TBH, TBP and DB - MS and FM brake) self-ventilated (IC410); Fig.F - three-phase brake (TBS, TBH, TBP and DB - MS and FM brake) forced ventilation (IC410).

Mounting the standard incremental encoder changes the overall external dimensions of the motor (see dimensional tables). Technical characteristics: standard resolution: 1024 pulse/cycle; Push-Pull (HTL) with 10-32 V power or Line Driver (TTL) with 5 V power; version without connector (free cable 0.5 m); version (optional) with male connector M23 12 pin cabled at the end of the wire 0.5 m; female connector supplied protection rating equal to that of the motor up to IP65; maximum speed: 9000 rpm; operating temperature: -30°C / +100°C; maximum current absorption under load: 30 mA; maximum current absorption under no load: 40 mA; maximum operating frequency: 300kHz. On request, incremental encoders can be provided with any logic (HTL or TTL) and pulse/cycle resolution (1 to 65536) desired.

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2. Low resolution incremental encoder Motovario low resolution incremental encoders are available on three-phase motors in the sizes 63-71-80-90, in brake and brakeless versions. On request, they can also be mounted to three-phase motors in the sizes 100-112-132/160S. They are composed of an encoder board to read the speed and a magnetic stainless steel phonic wheel. The board uses two Hall effect sensors to read the fins of the phonic wheel mounted to the motor shaft (see diagram). The 2 output signals are dephased by 90° to determine the direction of rotation. The logic is of the NPN type. Mounting a low resolution incremental encoder does not affect the overall external dimensions of the motor. Technical characteristics: standard resolution: 13 pulses/cycle for size 63, 15 pulses/cycle for sizes 71-80-90; NPN version with 10-30 V power; PNP and Push-Pull versions available on request; version without connector (free cable 1.2 m); protection rating equal to that of the motor up to IP65; operating temperature: -40°C / +90°C; maximum current absorption under load: 25 mA; maximum operating frequency: 12.6 kHz.

1. Encoder board 2. Phonic wheel

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2.9.1 Direction of rotation - Hookup

The connections on the terminal board and the direction of rotation are made in conformity with the requirements of the standard IEC60034-8. The direction of rotation, by definition, is the direction when viewing the motor from the coupling side (see figure). All standard motors are suitable for operation in both directions of rotation; clockwise is the default direction. The tables with the connections on the terminal board are inside the terminal board cover. If the motor needs to operate anticlockwise, ie. the opposite direction to the standard supply, it is necessary to proceed as follows: In the case of three-phase motors, by swapping over two supply phases; In the case of single-phase motors, by changing the connections on the terminal board as shown on the wiring diagrams. In both cases it is prohibited to alter the internal connections of the motor to its terminals on the terminal board, they must remain unchanged. If the motor needs to be fitted for just one direction of rotation (e.g. with backstop device), this direction is shown with an arrow on the fan cover or in another clearly visible position.

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2.9.2 TS-TH and TP series The technical data given in the tables in the catalogue refer to standard three-phase asynchronous motors insulated in class F and in continuous duty S1, supplied at the nominal voltage of 400V and nominal frequency 50Hz. The connection types are marked inside the terminal block cover. The conventional direction of rotation (clockwise) is obtained by powering the unit with the direct three phases L1 L2 L3 connected to the terminals U1-V1- W1 respectively (standard 6 terminal construction) or terminals 1-2-3 (9 terminal construction for North American market).

Standard 6 terminal construction

9 terminal construction

2.9.3 D series The double polarity motors in the series D are used in applications requiring two fixed speeds, obtained by swapping over the poles of the motor. They comprise: 1. Motors with polarity ratio of 2 (2/4 pole, 4/8 pole) with single winding and pole number switching via modification of the internal connections; the standard version is with Dahlander YY-D connection and power with single voltage 400V/50Hz; 2. Motors with polarity ratio other than 2 (2/8 poles) for which there are two distinct windings and the possibility of supply with one voltage with a Y or D connection. Motors in standard execution are set only with the Y-Y connection and single voltage 400V/50Hz. The conventional clockwise direction of rotation for D series motors is obtained by supplying the terminals U-V-W respectively with the direct triple voltage of the supply network L1-L2-L3.

Connections for motors with Dahlander winding (YY/Δ)

Connections for motors with double winding (Y/Y)

YY (high speed) / Δ (low speed)

Y (high speed) / Y (low speed)

In applications of double polarity motors it is necessary to pay special attention to the phases of switching over from one polarity to the other. We recommend low speed starting with switching to high speed after completion of the starting phase. When passing over from the low polarity (high speed) to the high polarity (low speed) it is necessary to consider the braking torque that is applied during switchover; because when the synchronous speed is exceeded, the torque becomes negative; therefore when passing over the high and low speed, the load torque is sharply compounded with the braking torque, which applies its action until the motor stabilizes at the new point of operation at low speed; the stress created during switchover must not be neglected when sizing the transmission.

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2.9.4 S series The technical data given in the tables in the catalogue refer to standard single-phase asynchronous motors with running capacitor permanently activated, insulated in class F and in continuous duty S1, supplied at the nominal voltage of 230V and nominal frequency 50Hz. The allowed voltage tolerance is ±5%. Standard motors cannot generally be used at 60Hz; as an option, motors with an supply voltage of 230V 60Hz or 115V 60Hz can be supplied; other supply voltage values are available upon request. Single-phase motors (S series) have two separate windings: one running winding distributed on 2/3 of the stator slots and an auxiliary winding distributed on 1/3 of the slots. The type of winding makes it possible to reverse the direction of rotation by modifying two connections on the terminal board, or externally with two contactors. As an alternative, as an option, in case of 230V 50Hz supply voltage, single-phase motors with balanced winding - with one run and one auxiliary winding - can be supplied, composed of two identical windings each distributed over 1/2 of the stator slots. In this case the motor’s performance in terms of torque is generally lower. This winding is only used for lowpowered motors (size 63/71/80) and it has the great advantage of being able to swap over the direction of rotation from the outside without using the two contactors, by simply using a switch (with positions 0-1-2).

Standard winding A - Power line B - Capacitor

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2.9.5 HSE series HSE SERIES (high starting torque single phase with electronic cutout) Standard single-phase asynchronous series motors (S series), due to their design and in contrast with three-phase motors, generally have starting torques lower than the nominal torque. In applications where the required starting torque is high, it is possible to use series motors which, along with a permanently activated running capacitor, are equipped with an auxiliary capacitor that is only activated in the motor start-up phase and is disconnected once full rate has been reached. The auxiliary capacitor makes it possible to obtain starting torques comparable to a three-phase motor of the same power (see graph).

Pdd - Cutout detachment point

​C - Load

Characteristics To disconnect the auxiliary capacitor there is a triac device (electronic cutout) sensitive to the capacitor starting voltage which, unlike current relay and timer solutions, can be used in many types of motors (compressors, centrifugal pumps, etc.) also with inertia during switching off and reversing the direction of rotation. The cutout allows for safe starting under load since, as it is sensitive to the voltage at the starting capacitor terminals, which is itself proportional to the motor speed, the starting capacitor is only disengaged when a certain voltage is reached, corresponding to around 70% of nominal speed and thus only when the motor is effectively started (as happens with centrifugal cutouts). It also has a much shorter re-insertion time than other electronic solutions, since the motor can be restarted after a stop in 1 second; Note also the flexibility and simplicity of the construction (in practice a high starting torque HSE motor can be obtained simply by adding the cutout and starting capacitor to a normal S series motor). The HSE version is thus very competitive in comparison to centrifugal cutout solutions since it requires no special parts (motor shield, shaft, fan cover, etc.); it also maintains - except for the presence of the capacitors - the same overall dimensions as a standard motor (n advantage in cases in which an increased shaft length due to the application of a centrifugal cutout would not be tolerable). The device is designed for use also on balanced winding motors. The construction without centrifugal cutout mounted at the back of the motor, means brake motor versions are also available (HSB series, on request). Protection equipment The cutout is an internal protection device which trips when starting takes longer than 3 seconds (after which it is evident that either the application is not correctly sized or the motor is blocked by some external factor). Furthermore, there is a voltage discharge resistance to safeguard the correct operation of the capacitors (after the motor stops the capacitors are still charged, so any subsequent starting can generate hazardous overvoltages if the charge is not discharged). Caution For a correct use of HSE series single-phase motors, the following points must be considered: The device’s insertion time is around 1 second; this means that the device does not work if there are multiple starts in a period of less than one second; once the motor has started, the device disengages and can be restored only by shutting down and restarting the

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motor; under heavy, lengthy overloads which drastically reduce motor speed, the device does not act and the motor will tend to come to a stop; it is thus best that the motor is always coordinated with protection equipment in the electrical cabinet (thermal cutouts) to prevent the motor stalling or jamming. Upon request, to overcome this limit of the standard electronic cutout, a special electronic cutout can be requested: in case of temporary overload with strong speed reduction, it allows starting capacitor activation also when motor is already started. Warning for all the single phase motors (S and HSE series) Unlike the three phase motors, all the single phase motors have higher losses at no-load than full load: therefore you should not work at no-load for a long time to avoid overheating.

HSE series - standard winding

W2 - Yellow U1 - Brown W1 - Green U2 - White

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2.10.1 Brake motors Standard motors (TS, TH, TP, D) can be constructed as brake motors (TBS, TBH, TBP, DB) when the driven machine must be stopped quickly and safely. This is done without modifying the motor’s electrical or mechanical assemblies, except for the non-drive side where the brake is applied. The brake is electromagnetic in various versions for the range of possible applications. Brake: FM Power supply: DC Action: Negative (1) Applications: Ideal for applications which require smooth, silent and gradual operation (both in starting and braking thanks to the slower response of DC brakes), accompanied by rapid release and braking. Typical applications: gearmotors, transfer machines, electric trucks. Brake: MS Power supply: AC Action: Negative (1) Applications: Ideal for applications requiring rapid and precise braking and high braking loads. Typical applications: automation with a high number of actions, lifting and handling equipment, packaging and packing machines. Brake: ML Power supply: DC Action: Negative (1) Applications: Ideal for applications requiring smooth gradual braking and high loads per braking cycle (thanks to the steel or cast iron disk mounted to the motor shaft, which can dissipated high braking energies); also designed for reduced size and low cost. Typical applications: cutting machines (e.g. wood working), safety stops (parking brakes). (1) negative action: the brake acts without power supply. If not otherwise specified, Motovario supplies brake motors with FM type DC brakes.

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2.10.2 FM brake Operation The FM brake is a DC electromagnetic brake and acts with no power supply through the pressure of the springs. When the brake magnet (1) is powered, the moving coil (2) is attracted against the brake body and overcomes the spring force (7) thus leaving the shaft to which the brake disk (3) is mounted axially free on the toothed hub (4), to rotate freely. Once power is shut off, the springs press the moving coil and hence the disk mounted to the hub, against the motor shield (14) to brake the motor. Brake motors with FM brakes in the standard version have a standard protection rating of IP54. Characteristics: power supply 230V±10% 50/60Hz or 400V±10% 50/60Hz; other voltages available as options. The brake’s power voltage must always be specified if the brake is ordered with separate power supply (see below, “Hookup for DC brakes”). service S1, insulation class F; silent friction surfaces, with no asbestos, with double braking surface; steel disk brake, sliding on splined drive hub; vibration damping O-ring; fixed braking moment selected in relation to nominal motor torque (value given in motor technical data table). Optionally, disks can be supplied with other braking moments; see column Mb in the table “Brake characteristic values”. On request, brakes can be supplied with adjustable braking moment. Options manual release lever with automatic return, hand lever can be removed; it is useful for manual operations in case of power outage or during installation; the lever is parallel to the terminal box cover; on request we can evaluate the possibility to supply the lever a different position; in case of gearmotors, the different positions available for the lever are always referred to the terminal block box position. As an option we can supply a release lever which can be locked in the released position, by screwing it in until it engages with a lug in the brake body. Anti-seizing stainless steel washer. This is a stainless steel washer mounted between the motor shield and brake disk to prevent the ferode from seizing to the shield, for example, during long periods of disuse. Brake motor with protection rating IP55. Including: a) protective boot to prevent foreign matter entering the brake (e.g.: textile flock); b) stainless steel washer between motor shield and brake disk; c) stainless steel hub and disk; Self-braking motor with IP65 degree of protection, in which, in addition to components for IP55 degree of protection are added: a) plastic caps to close the holes for the passage of the tie-beams of the release lever; b) brake fixing screws sealed with O-ring Self-braking motor with IP56 degree of protection, in which, in addition to components for IP55 degree of protection are added: a) hardware and brake fixing nuts in stainless steel; b) stainless steel springs. Self-braking motor with IP66 degree of protection which combines the characteristics for IP65 and for IP56. Motor with double FM brake. For applications in which, for instance, a redundant brake is required (e.g.: theatres) motors can be supplied with two FM brakes, each with its own rectifier. The motors are normally supplied with both brakes with separate power supply and, given the application, without ventilation, hence in duty S2 10 min or S3 10%. Silent brake. To ensure a lower noise level inside special environments. This is achieved by adding a O-ring between moving coil and electromagnet. This option is also available with dual brake and is therefore recom mended for theatre applications. Hexagonal recess on non-drive side shaft end for manual rotation with straight hex key (6 mm key for ≤ size 90, 8 mm for sizes 100-112, 10 mm for size 132/160S); Microswitch to signal brake locking/releasing and brake ferode wear; Flywheel for gradual starting and braking. Brake motors with FM brake can be equipped with a steel hub, placed between the brake and fan, acting as a flywheel to increase the moment of inertia of the system. This is done to obtain starting and braking that are less sharp and more progressive to make the action smoother. Gradual starting and stopping is accomplished thanks to the increased moment of inertia, which extends the time of action for a given accelerating and braking torque. The overall length dimensions of the motor for application of the flywheel are unchanged with respect to the standard brake version. Power supply The brake is powered with direct current through a rectifier bridge, by rectifying the single-phase AC input: for three-phase TBS, TBH and TBP motors, the standard input voltage is 230V AC, rectified with a half-wave rectifier to obtain an output of 103V DC; the brake’s power supply may be direct (drawn from the motor’s power supply) or separate, from an external source (separate power option); for 2 pole three-phase DB motors, the standard input voltage is 400V AC, rectified with a half- wave rectifier to obtain an output of 178V DC; in this case the brake power supply is always separate. Optionally, brakes are available for the following power voltages: 115V AC, 133V AC, 200V AC, 208V AC, 230V AC, 255V AC, 265V AC, 280V AC, 290V AC, 330V AC, 346V AC, 380V AC, 400V AC, 415V AC, 12V DC, 24V DC, 103V DC, 178V DC (if a volt- age is requested directly in DC, it is understood that the brake motor will be supplied without rectifier). Possible rectifiers are listed below: a. half-wave rectifier with NBR filter (standard from size 63 to size 100); in special cases, to adapt the requested AC

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voltage to the brake winding’s DC voltage, a full-wave DBR rectifier is supplied instead of an NBR rectifier (e.g. 115V AC-103V DC). DBR rectifiers have comparable braking and release response times to NBR rectifiers. b. half-wave quick detachment rectifier SBR (standard for sizes 112 and 132/160S; optional for sizes 63-100), thanks to which the brake, when release starts, is powered with full-wave rather than half-wave voltage; this results in shorter release times than standard (see “Brake characteristic values” and “Hookup for FM and ML brakes”); it is thus ideal for applications with frequent multiple braking cycles (e.g. lifting). c. half-wave rapid braking rectifier RSD (optional for size 63 to size 100), which reduces the brake de-excitation period, thus giving braking times comparable to those obtainable by opening the DC side (see “Brake characteristic values” and “Hookup for FM and ML brakes”). This rectifier does not have a rapid braking contact (see “Hookup for FM and ML brakes”) and is only available for brake voltages 230V AC - 103V DC and 400V AC - 178V DC. d. half-wave rectifier for quick detachment and braking RRSD (as an option on all sizes), combines type b) and c) functionality. This recti- fier does not have a rapid braking contact (see “Hookup for FM and ML brakes”) and is only available for brake voltages 230V AC - 103V DC and 400V AC - 178V DC. All rectifiers except for RRSD are also available in versions homologated to the UL/CSA standards. All rectifiers are compliant with the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/CE; in relation to the EMC Directive 2004/108/CEE, the rectifier/coil assembly is conforming due to the use of a filter on the rectifier (NBR); for DC brakes with rapid half-wave rectifier (SBR, RSD and RRSD) the filter is implemented by connecting a capacitor (440V AC 0.22μF class X2 per EN132400) in parallel with the AC power supply (default configuration for this type of rectifier).

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Brake magnet Moving coil Brake disk Drive hub Release lever (optional) Boot (in combination with IP 55) Thrust springs V-ring (in combination with IP 55) Mounting bolt Locknuts Braking torque adjuster screw (on request) Key Circlip Cast iron shield Vibration damping O-ring Flywheel (optional) Anti-seizing stainless steel washer (optional)

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Brake characteristic values T

Sn

Smax

X

JB

W

63

..2

0,2

0,5

0,6

0,6

260

71

..3

0,2

0,5

0,8

1,1

370

80

..4

0,3

0,6

1

1,6

500

90S-L

..5

0,3

0,6

1

3,5

100

..5

0,3

0,6

1

3,5

112

..6S

0,35

0,7

1,2

8,8

132S

..6

0,35

0,7

1,2

10,3

132M-160S

..7

0,4

0,8

1,2

22,5

W1

t1

t11

t2

t22

mB

15,6

30

20

100

10

1,5

22,4

60

25

120

10

2,2

30

100

40

150

10

3,1

750

45

120

50

220

15

750

45

120

50

220

15

1000

70

-

80

300

30

1100

77

-

80

200

1650

132

-

100

200

Pa

MB

mF

JF

16

1,8-3,5

0,7

6,1

20

2,5-5-7,5-10

1,1

13

30

5-10-15-20

1,7

28

4,9

40

13-26-40-55

2,3

54

4,9

40

13-26-40-55

3,1

98

8,3

50

20-40-60

4,5

145

20

9,5

65

37-50-75-100

4,8

200

20

12,3

65

50-100-150

6,9

350

T = Type S n = nominal airgap [mm] S max = maximum airgap [mm] X = release lever play [mm] JB = brake disk moment of inertia [kgcm 2] W = maximum energy which can be dissipated by brake [MJ] W1 = energy which can be dissipated between two successive adjustments of airgap from S n to S max [MJ] t 1(*) = brake release time with normal detachment rectifier (NBR, RSD) [ms] t 11 (*) = brake release time with rapid detachment rectifier (SBR, RRSD) [ms] t 2(*) = brake response time – AC side opening [ms] t 22 (*) = brake response time – DC side opening [ms] m B = weight [kg] Pa = power absorption [W] MB = brake moments available [Nm] m F = flywheel weight [kg] JF = flywheel moment of inertia [kgcm 2] (*) NOTE: the effective values may deviate slightly in relation to the ambient temperature and humidity, the brake temperature and wear of the friction surfaces; t1, t 11 , t 2 and t 22 refer to a bake calibrated with medium airgap, nominal voltage and separate power; as regards the braking moment, one must allow for running in to allow the ferode to adapt to the braking surface of the motor shield, for a period which depends on the actual braking loads; once running in is completed, in nominal operating conditions one can expect a deviation from the declared value of ±15%.

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2.10.3 ML brake Operation The ML brake is a DC electromagnetic brake and acts with no power supply through the pressure of the springs. When the brake magnet (1) is powered, the moving coil (2) is attracted and overcomes the spring force (4) thus leaving the shaft, to which the brake disk + fan (9) are locked, to rotate freely. When power is shut off, the springs push the moving coil against the disk, thus braking the shaft. Brake motors with ML brakes in the standard version have a standard protection rating of IP54. High protection ratings are not available. Characteristics: power voltage 230V±10% 50/60Hz or 400V±10% 50/60Hz; duty S1, insulation class F; silent, asbestos free friction surface; steel or cast iron braking flywheel; axial dimensions less than FM brake; airgap adjustable with one nut or collar; braking moment set for motor size (see value M B in “Brake characteristic values”); O-ring gasket protects airgap from dust and other external agents. Options Manual release lever with automatic return, hand lever can be removed; it is useful for manual operations in case of power outage or during installation; the lever is parallel to the terminal box cover; on request we can evaluate the possibility to supply the lever a different position; in case of gearmotors, the different positions available for the lever are always referred to the terminal block box position. Microswitch to signal brake locking/releasing and brake ferode wear. Braking moment For each motor size, independently of the torque delivery, the braking moment is given by the value MB in the table; the braking moment is NOT adjustable. Power supply The brake is powered with direct current through a rectifier bridge, by rectifying the single-phase AC input: for three-phase TBS, TBH and TBP motors, the standard input voltage is 230V AC, rectified with a half-wave rectifier to obtain an output of 103V DC; the brake’s power supply may be direct (drawn from the motor’s power supply) or separate, from an external source (separate power option); for 2 pole three-phase DB motors, the standard input voltage is 400V AC, rectified with a halfwave rectifier to obtain an output of 178V DC; in this case the brake power supply is always separate. Optionally, brakes can be supplied for the following voltages; 115V AC, 133V AC, 200V AC, 208V AC, 230V AC, 255V AC, 290V AC, 330V AC, 346V AC, 380V AC, 400V AC, 415V AC, 12V DC, 24V DC, 103V DC, 178V DC. If a voltage is requested directly in DC, then the brake motor will be supplied without rectifier. Possible rectifiers are listed below: a. half-wave rectifier with NBR filter (standard from size 63 to size 100); in special cases, to adapt the requested AC voltage to the brake winding’s DC voltage, a full-wave DBR rectifier is supplied instead of an NBR rectifier (e.g. 115V AC-103V DC). DBR rectifiers have comparable braking and release response times to NBR rectifiers. b. half-wave quick detachment rectifier SBR (standard for sizes 112 and 132/160S; optional for sizes 63-100), thanks to which the brake, when release starts, is powered with full-wave rather than half- wave voltage; this results in shorter release times than standard (see “Brake characteristic values”); it is thus ideal for applications with frequent multiple braking cycles (e.g. lifting). c. half-wave rapid braking rectifier RSD (optional for size 63 to size 100), which reduces the brake de-excitation period, thus giving braking times comparable to those obtainable by opening the DC side (see “Brake characteristic values”). This rectifier is only available for brake voltages 230V AC - 103V DC and 400V AC - 178V DC. d. half-wave rectifier for quick detachment and braking RRSD (optionally available for all sizes), combines type b) and c) functionality. This rectifier is only available for brake voltages 230V AC - 103V DC and 400V AC - 178V DC. All rectifiers except for RRSD are also available in versions homologated to the UL/CSA standards All rectifiers are compliant with the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/CE; in relation to the EMC Directive 2004/108/CEE, the rectifier/coil assembly is conforming due to the use of a filter on the rectifier (NBR); for DC brakes with rapid half-wave rectifier (SBR, RSD and RRSD) the filter is implemented by connecting a capacitor (440V AC 0.22mF class X2 per EN132400) in parallel with the AC power supply (default configuration for this type of rectifier).

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Brake magnet Moving coil O-ring Thrust springs Release lever (optional) Mounting bolt Airgap adjuster screw Return spring Steel/cast iron disk + fan Key Self-locking nut Motor shield

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Brake characteristic values T

Sn

Smax

JB

W

W1

t1

t2

63

3

0,2

0,5

3

250

30

30

80

71

4

0,2

0,6

5

250

40

40

100

t22

mB

Pa

MB

8

1,1

18

3

10

1,3

18

4 7

80

7

0,2

0,6

10

375

60

60

150

15

2,1

25

90S-L

7

0,2

0,6

11

375

60

60

150

15

2,1

25

7

100

13

0,25

0,65

30

500

80

100

250

15

3,6

35

13

112

13

0,25

0,65

34

500

80

100

250

25

4

35

13

132S-M 160S

30

0,3

0,7

50

1650

132

150

400

40

7,4

60

30

T = Type S n = nominal airgap [mm] S max = maximum airgap [mm] JB = brake disk moment of inertia [kgcm 2] W = maximum energy which can be dissipated by brake [MJ] W1 = energy which can be dissipated between two successive adjustments of airgap from S n to S max [MJ] t 1(*) = brake release time [ms] t 2(*) = brake response time – AC side opening [ms] t 22 (*) = brake response time – DC side opening [ms] m B = weight [kg] Pa = power absorption [W] MB = brake moments available [Nm] (*) NOTE: the effective values may deviate slightly in relation to the ambient temperature and humidity, the brake temperature and wear of the friction surfaces; t1, t 2 and t 22 refer to a bake calibrated with medium airgap, nominal voltage and separate power; as regards the braking moment, one must allow for running in to allow the ferode to adapt to the braking surface of the motor shield, for a period which depends on the actual braking loads; once running in is completed, in nominal operating conditions one can expect a deviation from the declared value of ±10%.

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2.10.4 Hookup for FM and ML brakes If the brake power is derived directly from the motor or is independent, one speaks of direct and separate brake power respectively. In detail, with reference to the figures given below: 1. Direct brake power: supply cables on the AC side of the rectifier are connected to the motor’s power terminal board; when you power up the motor, the brake coil is automatically energised and the brake is released; when power to the motor is shut off, the brake automatically brakes the motor. During this phase, the brake response time t 2 has to be added to the delay R generated by the inertia of the load and by the energy accumulated by the motor. R changes in every motor and – as it depends on the load – cannot be previously calculated. 2. Separate brake power, brake opens only from the AC side: the brake is powered, via the rectifier, off terminals separate from those of the motor. In this case stop time t 2 does not depend on the characteristics of both the motor and load. 3. Direct brake power, DC side opens: connection possible on the basis of type 1, if one can cable the rectifier’s rapid braking contact (DC side opening) as shown in figure 3. Despite the direct power supply (see point 1), the braking response time is independent of the characteristics of the motor and load, and is significantly shorter than that of case 2 (t22 < t 2). This connection is thus an alternative to the use of rapid braking rectifiers (RSD and RRSD). 4. Separate brake power, AC and DC sides open: connection possible on the basis of type 2, if one can cable the rectifier’s rapid braking contact (DC side opening) as shown in figure 4. Response time equal to that of type 3, hence this connection is an alternative to the use of rapid braking rectifiers (RSD and RRSD). The advantage over the previous case is that, during braking, the energy accumulated by the motor does not discharge into the rectifier, thus safeguarding its service life. Motovario supplies brakes connected as type 1 or 2 when ordered as “direct” or “separate” power supply respectively. Type 3 and 4 connections must be implemented by the client. If SBR rapid release rectifiers are used, the brake release time reduces from t1 to t 11 (see graph below). In case of independent power supply of the brake through direct current, therefore without any rectifier (ex. 24Vdc), the supply cables of the brake are set inside the terminal box and connected in a fly terminal board mammuth type. In this case, not considering the external power supply, for the time of operations you can refer to case 4.

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2.10.5 MS brake Operation MS brake is an a. c. electromagnetic brake and acts with no power supply through the pressure of the springs. When the brake magnet (1) is powered, the moving coil (2) is attracted against the brake body and overcomes the spring force (7) thus leaving the shaft to which the brake disk (3) is mounted axially free on the toothed hub (4), to rotate freely. Once power is shut off, the springs press the moving coil and hence the disk mounted to the hub, against the motor shield (14) to brake the motor. Characteristics standard power supply voltage 230/400V±10% 50Hz 265/460V±10% 60Hz; other voltages available as options; duty S1, insulation class F; silent friction surfaces, with no asbestos, with double braking surface; steel brake disk sliding on the splined driving hub; fixed braking moment selected in relation to nomi- nal motor torque (value given in motor technical data table). Optionally, disks can be supplied with other braking moments; see column M b in the table “Brake characteristic values”. On request, brakes can be supplied with adjustable braking moment. Options Manual release lever with automatic return, hand lever can be removed; it is useful for manual operations in case of power outage or during installation; the lever is parallel to the terminal box cover; on request we can evaluate other lever positions; in case of gearmotors, the different po- sitions available for the lever are always referred to the terminal block box position. Anti-seizing stainless steel washer. This is a stain- less steel washer mounted between the motor shield and brake disk to prevent the ferode from seizing to the cast iron shield, for example, during long periods of disuse. Brake motor with protection rating IP55 for ap- plications in special conditions (e.g. installation outdoors) including: a) boot + O-ring to prevent foreign matter entering the brake (e.g.: textile flock); b) stainless steel washer between motor shield and brake disk; c) stainless steel hub and disk; d) V-ring on the motor shaft. Hexagonal recess on non-drive side shaft end for manual rotation with straight hex key (6 mm key for ≤ size 90, 8 mm for sizes 100-112, 10 mm for size 132/160S). Power supply The brake is powered AC 230/400V±10% 50Hz. Optionally, brakes can be supplied for the following voltages: 115/200V 50Hz, 120/208V 60Hz, 133/230V 50Hz, 208/360V 50Hz, 208/360V 60Hz, 255/440V 50Hz, 200/346-220/380V 50-60Hz, 290/500-330/575V 50-60Hz, 400/690460/800V 50-60Hz. In three-phase TBS, TBH and TBP motors, the brake is usually powered directly from the motor’s power supply (direct power). Separate brake power is available as an option; in this case, a second terminal block is mounted in the terminal box to which are cabled the brake cables and an additional cable gland is provided to route the brake power cord into the terminal box; brake power is always separate for 2 pole three-phase DB motors.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

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Brake magnet Moving coil Brake disk Drive hub Release lever (optional) Boot + O-ring (optional) Thrust springs V-ring (optional - in combination with protective boot + O-ring) Mounting bolt Locknuts Braking torque adjuster screw (on request) Key Circlip Cast iron shield Vibration damping O-ring Anti-seizing stainless steel washer (optional)

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

M Series / Standard / IEC

2.10 BRAKE MOTORS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

Brake characteristic values T

Sn

Smax

X

JB

W

W1

t1

63

..2

0,2

0,5

0,6

0,6

71

..3

0,2

0,5

0,8

1,1

260

15,6

4

370

22,4

4

t2

mB

Pa

MB

20

1,3

60

1,8-3,5

40

1,9

80

2,5-5-7,5-10

80

..4

0,3

0,6

1

1,6

500

30

6

60

3

110

5-10-15-20

90S-90L-100

..5

0,3

0,6

1

3,5

750

45

8

90

5,6

250

13-26-40

112

..6S

0,35

0,7

1,2

8,8

1000

70

16

120

9,7

470

40-60

132S

..6

0,35

0,7

1,2

10,3

1100

77

16

140

10,3

550

50-75-100

132L-M/160S

..7

0,4

0,8

1,2

22,5

1650

132

16

180

14,7

600

50-100-150

T = Type S n = nominal airgap [mm] S max = maximum airgap [mm] X = release lever play [mm] JB = brake disk moment of inertia [kgcm 2] W = maximum energy which can be dissipated by brake [MJ] W1 = energy which can be dissipated between two successive adjustments of airgap from S n to S max [MJ] t 1(*) = brake release time [ms] t 2(*) = brake response time [ms] m B = weight [kg] Pa = power absorption [VA] MB = brake moments available [Nm] (*) NOTE: the effective values may deviate slightly in relation to the ambient temperature and humidity, the brake temperature and wear of the friction surfaces; t1 and t 2 refer to a bake calibrated with medium airgap, nominal voltage and separate power; as regards the braking moment, one must allow for running in to allow the ferode to adapt to the braking surface of the motor shield, for a period which depends on the actual braking loads; once running in is completed, in nominal operating conditions one can expect a deviation from the declared value of ±10%.

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TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

2.10.6 Hookup for MS brakes 1. Direct brake power: the brake is powered directly off the motor’s terminal block; when the motor is powered up, the brake coil is automatically energised and the brake is released; when power to the motor is shut off, the brake coil is automatically de-energised and the brake brakes the motor. During this phase, the braking response time t 2 has to be added to delay R, generated by the inertia of the load and by the energy accumulated by the motor. R changes in every motor and – as it depends on the load – cannot be previously calculated.

1. 2. 3.

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Time Motor Brake

A. B. C. D.

Delta connection Star connection Motor terminal board Brake

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2.10 BRAKE MOTORS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

2. Separate brake power: the brake is powered off a terminal block separate from the motor’s block; in this case t 1 and t 2 depend only on the characteristics of the brake.

1. 2. 3.

Time Motor Brake

A. B. C. D. E.

Motor terminal board Auxiliary terminal board Brake Delta connection Star connection

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TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

2.10.7 Notes and calculations Calculating the braking moment The rating of the brake depends largely on the moment of inertia it is to brake, the number of braking cycles per hour, the severity of the duty and the required stopping times; in particular, the following must be borne in mind: braking moment; wear of friction surfaces in relation to service intervals; thermal load (work which can be dissipated by the brake in relation to the load’s moment of inertia and the number of cycles per hour); special ambient conditions for which guards or corrosion proofing are required. The calculation of the braking moment M B for a given application depends on the following design parameters: Jtot = total inertia of rotating parts reduced to motor shaft [kgm 2] n 0 = motor shaft speed [rpm] t F = braking time [s] ML = moment of load acting on system (e.g. load to be lifted, resisting moment, etc.) The braking moment is calculated as follows: MB = K [(2π * n 0 / 60) * J tot ± M L] / t F where: K = safety coefficient (≥2) ML takes the following sign: - “-” when lifting a weight or torque opposing the motor’s direction of rotation; - “+” when lowering a weight or torque in the motor’s direction of rotation. Verification of heat which can be dissipated In each cycle, the energy of the moving masses is transformed into heat by friction. The work done during braking is: WB = J tot * [(2π * n 0 / 60) 2 / 2] * [MB / MB ± M L]

[J]

When we know the work done during a braking cycle W B , the application’s number of cycles per hour Z must be less than the maximum number of cycles per hour permitted for the type of brake selected as shown in the graph (WBmax -Z). Instead, when we know the number of cycles per hour Z, the corresponding maximum work to be done WBmax must be greater than that of the actual application (calculation).

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2.10 BRAKE MOTORS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

Braking work which can be dissipated between two adjustments Given the moments of inertia of the moving masses reduced to the shaft to be braked, and once the work per cycle WB has been calculated, the number of cycles per interval between two successive adjustments is: N = W1 / WB W1 is given in the table for the type of brake in question.

FM - MS

ML

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2.10 BRAKE MOTORS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

Starting frequency For a given application, the maximum starting frequency Z in relation to the load and the inertias can be determined as: Z = KJ * K M * Z 0

[h-1]

where: KJ = coefficient given in the table in relation to J/ J T KM = coefficient given in the table in relation to M L/MS JT = moment of inertia of the motor J = moment of inertia of the load excluding that of the motor itself MS = motor starting torque ML = resisting moment Z0 = starting frequency under load and inertia except for that of the motor itself (value given in the performance data tables for each type of motor). The resulting starting frequency Z must be less than the maximum number of cycles/hour permitted for the brake; if this condition is not met, the brake is unable to dissipate the heat generated by braking, so one must either reduce the starting frequency or oversize the brake (see brake ratings paragraph). If the value of Z is close to Z 0 , it is advisable to keep the motor windings temperature under control with, for instance, a bimetal cutout.

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2.11 ELECTRIC MOTOR IDENTIFICATION

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

Electric motor can feature a metal silk-screen printed and/or punched nameplate or an adhesive label glued on metal support.

THREE-PHASE MOTOR NAMEPLATE LAYOUT

THREE-PHASE MOTOR – FILLED-OUT EXAMPLE

SINGLE-PHASE MOTOR NAMEPLATE LAYOUT

SINGLE-PHASE MOTOR - FILLED-OUT EXAMPLE

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UL/CSA MOTOR NAMEPLATE

UL/CSA MOTOR – FILLED-OUT

THREE-PHASE MOTOR LABEL

THREE-PHASE MOTOR – FILLED-OUT EXAMPLE

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TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

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2.11 ELECTRIC MOTOR IDENTIFICATION

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

SINGLE-PHASE MOTOR LABEL

SINGLE-PHASE MOTOR - FILLED-OUT EXAMPLE

UL/CSA MOTOR LABEL

UL/CSA MOTOR – FILLED-OUT

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Serial number Year of manufacture - order number Motor type code (series/size/n. poles) Insulation class Maximum ambient operating temperature Protection rating Duty Mounting position Cooling system (*) Additional options (see below) Motor weight (only for > 30 kg) Motor voltage (depending on connection) Power frequency [Hz] Nominal power delivery [kW] Nominal speed [rpm] Nominal power factor Nominal current (depending on connection) [A] Code IE1, IE2 or IE3 (depending on type of motor and whether applicable) followed by efficiency value at 4/4, 3/4 and 2/4 of nominal power.

Brake motors only 19. Brake type 20. Nominal braking moment [Nm] 21. Brake power supply Single-phase version only 22. Running capacitor [µF] 23. Starting capacitor [µF] UL/CSA version only 24. Current identification with rotor blocked (ANSI/NFPA 70-1996) 25. “NEMA Electrical Design Classification” 26. QR code ADDITIONAL OPTIONS (10) H1 condensation heaters for voltage 110V H2 condensation heaters for voltage 230V LT low temperature construction HT high temperature construction 3B n. 3 bimetal cutouts 3P n. 3 thermistors (PTC) A backstop device (counterclockwise rotation permitted) B backstop device (clockwise rotation permitted) E encoder V flywheel HC rapid connection (*) For motors in UL/CSA versions, the cooling system is indicated with the following codes: TEFC = (T)otally (E)nclosed (F)an (C)ooled - corresponds to IC411 (self-ventilation) TENV = (T)otally (E)nclosed (N)ot (V)entilated - corresponds to IC410 (non-ventilated) TEBC = (T)otally (E)nclosed (B)lower (C)ooled - correspnds to IC416 (forced ventilation)

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TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.1 TS-TBS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

2 Pole

400V 50Hz ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

-

-

57,9

54,1

-

0,61

-

-

61,1

59,6

0,73

0,85

-

-

65,6

1,00

1,27

-

-

69,6

2820

1,14

1,25

-

-

65,8

71B2

2810

1,56

1,87

-

-

71C2

2800

1,95

2,56

IE1

72,1

0,75

80A2

2810

2,03

2,55

IE1

Pn [kW]

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

Size

0,12

56B2

2650

0,38

0,43

0,18

63A2

2800

0,59

0,25

63B2

2800

0,37

63C2

2790

0,37

71A2

0,55 0,75

10 -4 ×Kgm 2

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,77

3,2

3,5

2,7

1,2

-

3,3

-

-

-

-

0,72

2,9

4,0

3,2

2,0

2,6

3,7

5,2

4,7

1,8

66,1

-

0,75

2,9

4,1

3,2

2,2

2,8

4,1

5,6

4,7

1,8

68,6

-

0,77

2,9

4,4

3,2

2,5

3,1

4,5

6,0

4,0

3,5

66,2

-

0,71

3,1

4,3

3,1

4,0

4,7

5,4

7,6

4,0

5,0

70,8

71,2

-

0,72

3,1

4,3

3,0

4,4

5,5

6,0

8,2

4,0

5,0

72,1

71,4

-

0,77

3,0

4,5

2,9

5,1

6,2

7,0

9,2

3,0

7,5

72,1

72,1

71,6

-

0,74

2,8

5,0

3,0

9,0

10,6

8,1

11,6

3,0

10,0

1,10

80B2

2830

2,79

3,71

IE1

75,0

75,0

75,0

-

0,76

2,8

5,0

3,0

10,4

12,0

9,2

12,7

3,0

15,0

1,50

80C2

2810

3,49

5,10

IE1

77,2

77,5

77,7

-

0,80

2,7

5,0

2,7

12,1

15,6

10,7

14,2

2,5

15,0

1,50

90S2

2840

3,30

5,04

IE1

77,2

79,9

80,4

-

0,82

3,3

6,1

3,5

14,0

15,6

12,7

16,2

2,5

15,0

2,20

90L2

2860

4,83

7,35

IE1

79,7

80,1

80,5

-

0,82

3,5

6,8

3,8

19,0

22,5

15,0

20,6

2,5

26,0

3,00

100LA2

2870

6,73

9,98

IE1

81,5

81,5

81,6

-

0,79

3,0

6,4

3,4

32,0

35,5

19,4

25,0

1,8

40,0

4,00

100LB2

2870

8,37

13,31

IE1

83,1

83,1

83,4

-

0,83

3,2

6,8

3,6

42,0

45,5

22,8

28,4

1,5

40,0

4,00

112MA2

2900

8,79

13,17

IE1

83,1

83,1

83,5

-

0,79

3,0

6,3

3,4

62,7

71,5

26,6

36,3

1,5

40,0

5,50

112MB2

2910

11,40

18,05

IE1

84,7

84,9

85,0

-

0,82

3,3

6,7

3,5

72,4

81,2

30,8

40,5

1,4

60,0

5,50

132SA2

2910

11,16

18,05

IE1

84,7

84,7

84,9

-

0,84

3,0

6,3

3,2

106,0

116,0

36,0

46,3

1,2

75,0

7,50

132SB2

2910

14,47

24,61

IE1

86,0

86,0

86,1

-

0,87

2,6

6,6

3,2

142,0

152,0

41,9

52,2

1,1

75,0

9,20

132MA2

2910

17,37

30,19

IE1

86,9

86,9

87,1

-

0,88

3,0

7,0

3,3

180,0

203,0

49,2

63,9

1,0

100,0

11,00

132MB2

2910

20,32

36,10

IE1

87,6

87,8

87,8

-

0,89

2,9

7,0

3,2

213,0

236,0

55,1

69,8

0,8

150,0

11,00

160SA2

2910

20,32

36,10

IE1

87,6

87,8

87,8

-

0,89

2,9

7,0

3,2

213,0

236,0

56,9

71,6

0,8

150,0

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TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

2 Pole Pn [kW]

460V 60Hz

Size

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

0,12

56B2

3320

0,34

0,34

10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

-

-

59,6

57,2

-

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,74

3,0

3,3

3,2

1,2

-

3,3

-

-

-

0,18

63A2

3440

0,53

0,50

-

-

62,3

60,4

-

0,68

3,6

4,3

3,7

2,0

2,6

3,7

5,2

4,7

1,8

0,25

63B2

3430

0,66

0,70

-

-

64,7

63,8

-

0,73

3,5

4,3

3,6

2,2

2,8

4,1

5,6

4,7

1,8

0,37

63C2

3430

0,87

1,03

-

-

68,4

67,2

-

0,78

3,5

4,4

3,6

2,5

3,1

4,5

6,0

4,0

3,5

0,37

71A2

3460

1,05

1,02

-

-

65,3

64,1

-

0,68

3,8

4,5

3,7

4,0

4,7

5,4

7,6

4,0

5,0

0,55

71B2

3440

1,48

1,53

-

-

66,6

65,0

-

0,70

3,7

4,4

3,6

4,4

5,5

6,0

8,2

4,0

5,0

0,75

71C2

3420

1,68

2,09

-

-

74,8

72,5

-

0,75

3,5

4,6

3,4

5,1

6,2

7,0

9,2

3,0

7,5

0,75

80A2

3450

1,73

2,08

-

-

74,5

72,1

-

0,73

3,5

5,2

3,7

9,0

10,6

8,1

11,6

3,0

10,0

1,10

80B2

3450

2,39

3,04

-

-

77,1

75,4

-

0,75

3,6

5,1

3,7

10,4

12,0

9,2

12,7

3,0

15,0

1,50

80C2

3440

3,10

4,16

-

-

77,9

77,2

-

0,78

3,4

5,1

3,5

12,1

15,6

10,7

14,2

2,5

15,0

1,50

90S2

3460

3,02

4,14

-

-

77,9

78,2

-

0,80

3,7

5,8

3,9

14,0

15,6

12,7

16,2

2,5

15,0

2,20

90L2

3470

4,33

6,05

-

-

79,8

80,1

-

0,80

4,0

6,1

4,3

19,0

22,5

15,0

20,6

2,5

26,0

3,00

100LA2

3490

5,87

8,21

-

-

82,3

81,9

-

0,78

3,7

6,1

3,9

32,0

35,5

19,4

25,0

1,8

40,0

4,00

100LB2

3490

7,25

10,95

-

-

83,4

83,0

-

0,83

3,8

6,5

4,2

42,0

45,5

22,8

28,4

1,5

40,0

4,00

112MA2

3520

7,71

10,85

-

-

83,5

83,3

-

0,78

3,5

6,6

3,9

62,7

71,5

26,6

36,3

1,5

40,0

5,50

112MB2

3530

10,04

14,88

-

-

84,9

84,7

-

0,81

3,8

6,8

4,0

72,4

81,2

30,8

40,5

1,4

60,0

5,50

132SA2

3520

9,80

14,92

-

-

84,9

85,0

-

0,83

3,6

6,2

3,7

106,0

116,0

36,0

46,3

1,2

75,0

7,50

132SB2

3520

12,63

20,35

-

-

86,7

86,5

-

0,86

3,2

6,6

3,7

142,0

152,0

41,9

52,2

1,1

75,0

9,20

132MA2

3520

15,12

24,96

-

-

87,8

88,1

-

0,87

3,4

6,8

3,9

180,0

203,0

49,2

63,9

1,0

100,0

11,00

132MB2

3520

17,75

29,84

-

-

88,4

88,2

-

0,88

3,4

6,9

3,9

213,0

236,0

55,1

69,8

0,8

150,0

11,00

160SA2

3520

17,75

29,84

-

-

88,4

88,2

-

0,88

3,4

6,9

3,9

213,0

236,0

56,9

71,6

0,8

150,0

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TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4 Pole

400V 50Hz 10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

-

-

45,4

43,4

-

0,86

-

-

54,6

52,9

1,29

-

-

57,2

54,9

0,87

1,58

-

-

57,3

0,83

1,81

-

-

62,4

1390

0,79

1,72

-

-

62,3

71B4

1380

1,09

2,56

-

-

71C4

1370

1,50

3,83

-

-

0,55

80A4

1400

1,48

3,75

-

-

69,8

0,75

80B4

1400

1,92

5,12

IE1

72,1

0,92

80C4

1400

2,34

6,28

IE1

73,7

1,10

80D4

1410

2,64

7,45

IE1

75,0

1,10

90S4

1400

2,82

7,50

IE1

75,0

1,50

90LA4

1400

3,60

10,23

IE1

1,85

90LB4

1400

4,36

12,62

IE1

2,20

100LA4

1420

5,10

14,80

IE1

Pn [kW]

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

Size

0,09

56B4

1250

0,42

0,68

0,12

63A4

1340

0,48

0,18

63B4

1330

0,67

0,22

63C4

1330

0,25

63D4

1320

0,25

71A4

0,37 0,55

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,66

2,0

2,2

2,1

1,5

-

3,1

-

-

-

-

0,66

2,4

2,8

2,3

2,4

3,0

3,6

5,1

12,5

1,8

-

0,68

2,3

2,8

2,2

2,8

3,4

4,1

5,6

12,5

3,5

58,1

-

0,64

2,2

2,6

2,2

2,8

3,4

4,2

5,7

10,0

3,5

62,9

-

0,69

2,3

2,9

2,2

3,6

4,2

4,9

6,4

10,0

3,5

61,9

-

0,73

2,3

3,7

2,3

7,8

8,9

5,4

7,6

10,0

5,0

66,1

65,3

-

0,74

2,3

3,7

2,3

8,8

9,9

6,0

8,2

10,0

7,5

68,7

68,6

-

0,77

2,3

3,8

2,2

11,0

12,1

7,2

9,4

8,0

7,5

69,3

-

0,77

2,3

4,3

2,5

20,8

22,4

8,4

11,9

8,0

10,0

72,1

71,3

-

0,78

2,4

4,6

2,6

25,4

27,0

9,9

13,4

7,1

15,0

73,7

72,9

-

0,77

2,4

4,4

2,5

25,4

27,0

10,0

13,5

5,0

15,0

75,1

75,5

-

0,80

2,7

4,8

2,8

29,9

31,5

11,4

14,9

5,0

15,0

75,0

75,4

-

0,75

2,9

4,8

3,0

25,0

26,6

11,9

15,4

5,0

15,0

77,2

77,2

77,4

-

0,78

2,9

5,0

3,0

32,0

35,5

14,3

19,9

4,0

26,0

78,6

78,6

79,0

-

0,78

2,9

5,0

3,0

38,4

41,9

16,0

21,6

4,0

40,0

79,7

79,8

80,0

-

0,78

2,5

5,1

2,7

53,0

56,5

18,7

24,3

3,2

40,0

3,00

100LB4

1420

6,78

20,18

IE1

81,5

81,9

82,4

-

0,78

2,5

5,2

2,7

72,0

75,5

22,6

28,2

3,2

55,0

4,00

112MA4

1440

8,79

26,53

IE1

83,1

83,1

83,4

-

0,79

2,8

6,0

3,0

119,0

128,0

29,0

38,7

2,5

60,0

4,80

112MB4

1430

10,31

32,05

IE1

84,0

84,0

84,2

-

0,80

2,5

5,8

2,7

132,0

141,0

31,9

41,6

1,8

60,0

5,50

132S4

1450

11,72

36,22

IE1

84,7

84,7

85,0

-

0,80

2,4

5,5

2,5

240,0

250,0

41,7

52,0

1,8

100,0

7,50

132MA4

1450

15,72

49,39

IE1

86,0

86,1

86,3

-

0,80

2,6

5,7

2,6

330,0

353,0

52,0

66,7

1,2

150,0

9,20

132MB4

1450

18,87

60,59

IE1

86,9

86,9

87,0

-

0,81

2,8

5,8

2,7

391,6

414,6

58,2

72,9

1,1

150,0

11,00

132MC4

1440

21,84

72,95

IE1

87,6

87,6

87,8

-

0,83

2,7

5,6

2,8

417,4

440,4

62,6

77,3

0,9

150,0

11,00

160S4

1440

21,84

72,95

IE1

87,6

87,6

87,8

-

0,83

2,7

5,6

2,8

417,4

440,4

65,4

80,1

0,9

150,0

77

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.1 TS-TBS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4 Pole

460V 60Hz 10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

-

-

48,4

45,2

-

0,60

0,69

-

-

52,1

50,6

-

1,03

-

-

55,9

53,2

-

0,77

1,26

-

-

57,9

58,1

0,73

1,44

-

-

63,1

63,5

1720

0,70

1,39

-

-

63,0

71B4

1710

0,93

2,07

-

-

71C4

1700

1,35

3,09

-

-

0,55

80A4

1730

1,31

3,04

-

0,75

80B4

1730

1,66

4,14

0,92

80C4

1720

2,08

5,11

1,10

80D4

1730

2,33

1,10

90S4

1720

2,43

1,50

90LA4

1720

1,85

90LB4

1720

2,20

100LA4

1740

Pn [kW]

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

2,5

2,6

2,5

1,5

-

3,1

-

-

-

0,65

3,1

2,8

3,0

2,4

3,0

3,6

5,1

12,5

1,8

0,67

3,0

2,8

2,9

2,8

3,4

4,1

5,6

12,5

3,5

-

0,62

3,0

2,8

2,9

2,8

3,4

4,2

5,7

10,0

3,5

-

0,68

3,0

2,9

3,0

3,6

4,2

4,9

6,4

10,0

3,5

63,3

-

0,71

2,9

3,8

2,9

7,8

8,9

5,4

7,6

10,0

5,0

68,2

67,5

-

0,73

2,9

3,8

2,8

8,8

9,9

6,0

8,2

10,0

7,5

69,2

69,0

-

0,74

2,9

3,8

2,8

11,0

12,1

7,2

9,4

8,0

7,5

-

69,5

68,9

-

0,76

2,8

4,5

3,1

20,8

22,4

8,4

11,9

8,0

10,0

-

-

73,5

71,6

-

0,77

2,9

4,8

3,2

25,4

27,0

9,9

13,4

7,1

15,0

-

-

74,1

72,9

-

0,75

3,0

4,7

3,0

25,4

27,0

10,0

13,5

5,0

15,0

6,07

-

-

75,9

73,4

-

0,78

3,2

5,1

3,2

29,9

31,5

11,4

14,9

5,0

15,0

6,11

-

-

75,8

73,4

-

0,75

3,4

5,1

3,6

25,0

26,6

11,9

15,4

5,0

15,0

3,14

8,33

-

-

77,9

78,1

-

0,77

3,4

5,1

3,7

32,0

35,5

14,3

19,9

4,0

26,0

3,82

10,27

-

-

78,9

79,1

-

0,77

3,5

5,2

3,8

38,4

41,9

16,0

21,6

4,0

40,0

4,42

12,07

-

-

81,1

80,9

-

0,77

2,7

5,0

3,0

53,0

56,5

18,7

24,3

3,2

40,0

Size

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

0,09

56B4

1620

0,38

0,53

0,12

63A4

1670

0,44

0,18

63B4

1670

0,60

0,22

63C4

1670

0,25

63D4

1660

0,25

71A4

0,37 0,55

3,00

100LB4

1740

5,92

16,46

-

-

82,6

82,4

-

0,77

2,8

5,1

3,1

72,0

75,5

22,6

28,2

3,2

55,0

4,00

112MA4

1750

7,56

21,83

-

-

85,1

84,3

-

0,78

3,4

6,4

3,5

119,0

128,0

29,0

38,7

2,5

60,0

4,80

112MB4

1740

8,88

26,34

-

-

85,9

85,2

-

0,79

3,1

6,1

3,2

132,0

141,0

31,9

41,6

1,8

60,0

5,50

132S4

1750

10,15

30,01

-

-

86,1

85,6

-

0,79

2,9

5,8

3,0

240,0

250,0

41,7

52,0

1,8

100,0

7,50

132MA4

1750

13,65

40,93

-

-

87,3

86,9

-

0,79

3,1

5,9

3,2

330,0

353,0

52,0

66,7

1,2

150,0

9,20

132MB4

1750

16,63

50,20

-

-

87,9

87,3

-

0,79

3,1

6,0

3,2

391,6

414,6

58,2

72,9

1,1

150,0

11,00

132MC4

1740

19,28

60,37

-

-

88,4

87,6

-

0,81

2,9

5,8

3,0

417,4

440,4

62,6

77,3

0,9

150,0

11,00

160S4

1740

19,28

60,37

-

-

88,4

87,6

-

0,81

2,9

5,8

3,0

417,4

440,4

65,4

80,1

0,9

150,0

78

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.1 TS-TBS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

6 Pole Pn [kW]

Size

0,09 0,12

400V 50Hz 10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

-

-

-

-

1,77

-

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

63A6

860

0,49

1,00

63B6

860

0,68

1,33

0,15

63C6

810

0,80

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,63

2,1

2,0

2,1

3,6

4,2

5,0

6,5

12,5

3,5

0,59

2,2

2,0

2,2

3,6

4,2

5,1

6,6

12,5

3,5

-

0,64

2,0

2,0

2,0

3,6

4,2

5,1

6,6

11,8

3,5

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

42,1

39,3

-

43,1

40,0

-

-

42,1

39,2

0,18

71A6

900

0,62

1,91

-

-

59,3

59,9

-

0,71

2,0

2,7

2,0

9,3

10,4

5,2

7,4

11,2

5,0

0,25

71B6

900

0,80

2,65

-

-

63,4

63,8

-

0,71

2,2

3,2

2,2

12,0

13,1

6,0

8,2

11,2

7,5

0,37

71C6

880

1,12

4,00

-

-

64,2

64,4

-

0,74

2,0

3,1

2,0

14,8

15,9

6,8

9,0

10,0

7,5

0,37

80A6

940

1,18

3,80

-

-

66,3

64,0

-

0,68

2,6

4,1

2,6

25,4

27,0

9,6

13,0

9,5

10,0

0,55

80B6

930

1,75

5,60

-

-

66,8

64,2

-

0,68

2,7

4,1

2,8

29,9

31,5

11,1

14,6

9,0

15,0

0,75

80C6

920

2,21

7,80

-

-

70,0

67,2

-

0,70

2,7

4,0

2,7

29,9

31,5

11,3

14,8

7,1

15,0

0,75

90S6

920

2,31

7,80

-

-

70,0

67,5

-

0,67

2,7

3,6

2,7

28,1

29,7

12,9

16,4

7,1

13,0

1,10

90L6

930

3,30

11,30

-

-

72,9

71,1

-

0,66

2,9

4,1

2,9

38,4

41,9

15,9

21,5

5,3

26,0

1,50

100LA6

930

4,00

15,40

-

-

74,9

75,2

-

0,73

2,2

3,8

2,2

72,0

75,5

20,0

25,6

3,6

40,0

1,85

100LB6

930

4,90

19,00

-

-

75,1

75,5

-

0,73

2,2

3,6

2,2

88,0

91,5

24,0

29,6

3,2

40,0

2,20

112MA6

930

5,70

23,00

-

-

75,9

76,3

-

0,74

2,2

4,3

2,4

148,0

176,8

24,0

33,7

2,5

60,0

3,00

112MB6

930

7,20

31,00

-

-

77,3

77,8

-

0,78

2,1

4,9

2,4

188,0

216,8

30,5

40,2

2,5

60,0

3,00

132SA6

960

7,30

30,00

-

-

78,9

79,1

-

0,75

2,2

5,1

2,4

320,0

330,3

40,0

50,3

2,3

75,0

4,00

132MA6

960

9,60

40,00

-

-

79,4

78,8

-

0,76

2,1

5,6

2,5

380,0

402,5

46,4

61,1

1,5

100,0

5,50

132MB6

960

12,60

55,00

-

-

80,7

81,0

-

0,78

2,2

5,1

2,3

460,0

482,5

52,5

67,2

1,3

150,0

79

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.1 TS-TBS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

6 Pole Pn [kW]

460V 60Hz 10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

-

-

43,3

39,8

-

-

-

44,3

40,7

-

1,34

-

-

46,3

46,0

Size

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

0,09

63A6

1070

0,44

0,80

0,12

63B6

1080

0,62

1,06

0,15

63C6

1070

0,75

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,59

2,6

2,4

2,6

3,6

4,2

5,0

6,5

12,5

3,5

0,55

2,8

2,4

2,8

3,6

4,2

5,1

6,6

12,5

3,5

-

0,54

2,6

2,2

2,6

3,6

4,2

5,1

6,6

11,8

3,5

0,18

71A6

1130

0,57

1,52

-

-

63,4

63,8

-

0,63

2,4

3,2

2,4

9,3

10,4

5,2

7,4

11,2

5,0

0,25

71B6

1130

0,74

2,11

-

-

64,8

65,0

-

0,65

2,5

3,9

2,5

12,0

13,1

6,0

8,2

11,2

7,5

0,37

71C6

1100

0,99

3,20

-

-

65,2

64,9

-

0,72

2,2

3,7

2,2

14,8

15,9

6,8

9,0

10,0

7,5

0,37

80A6

1150

1,10

3,10

-

-

68,2

63,1

-

0,62

3,1

4,8

3,1

25,4

27,0

9,6

13,0

9,5

10,0

0,55

80B6

1150

1,59

4,60

-

-

68,8

64,1

-

0,63

3,1

4,8

3,2

29,9

31,5

11,1

14,6

9,0

15,0

0,75

80C6

1130

2,07

6,30

-

-

69,9

69,5

-

0,65

3,2

4,7

3,2

29,9

31,5

11,3

14,8

7,1

15,0

0,75

90S6

1130

2,24

6,30

-

-

68,8

68,4

-

0,61

3,2

4,3

3,3

28,1

29,7

12,9

16,4

7,1

13,0

1,10

90L6

1140

3,00

9,20

-

-

71,0

70,4

-

0,64

3,4

4,6

3,4

38,4

41,9

15,9

21,5

5,3

26,0

1,50

100LA6

1150

3,50

12,50

-

-

77,0

77,9

-

0,69

2,4

3,9

2,5

72,0

75,5

20,0

25,6

3,6

40,0

1,85

100LB6

1140

4,40

15,50

-

-

75,2

75,6

-

0,70

2,5

4,0

2,6

88,0

91,5

24,0

29,6

3,2

40,0

2,20

112MA6

1160

5,00

18,10

-

-

78,3

78,6

-

0,70

2,6

4,5

2,7

148,0

176,8

24,0

33,7

2,5

60,0

3,00

112MB6

1160

6,30

24,70

-

-

79,2

79,5

-

0,75

2,3

4,9

2,4

188,0

216,8

30,5

40,2

2,5

60,0

3,00

132SA6

1170

6,50

24,50

-

-

81,3

81,5

-

0,71

2,7

6,0

2,9

320,0

330,3

40,0

50,3

2,3

75,0

4,00

132MA6

1170

8,40

32,60

-

-

81,5

81,2

-

0,73

2,3

6,4

2,5

380,0

402,5

46,4

61,1

1,5

100,0

5,50

132MB6

1160

11,00

45,30

-

-

82,5

81,2

-

0,76

2,6

6,3

2,7

460,0

482,5

52,5

67,2

1,3

150,0

80

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.2 TH-TBH

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

2 Pole Pn [kW]

Size

0,75

400V 50Hz nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

80A2

2840

1,64

2,52

10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

IE2

77,4

78,8

79,3

77,1

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,84

3,4

6,4

3,3

13,5

15,1

10,0

13,5

3,0

10,0

1,10

80B2

2840

2,35

3,70

IE2

79,6

80,6

80,7

80,7

0,84

3,7

6,5

3,4

14,4

16,0

11,3

14,9

3,0

15,0

1,50

90S2

2870

3,16

4,99

IE2

81,3

81,5

81,2

81,2

0,84

3,8

7,4

3,8

16,8

18,4

14,2

17,7

2,5

13,0

2,20

90L2

2880

4,65

7,29

IE2

83,2

83,3

83,1

83,1

0,82

4,0

7,6

3,9

22,8

26,3

17,1

22,7

2,5

26,0

3,00

100L2

2900

6,09

9,88

IE2

84,6

84,6

83,5

80,5

0,84

4,0

8,2

4,1

43,2

46,7

23,6

29,2

1,5

40,0

4,00

112M2

2930

8,11

13,04

IE2

85,8

85,8

85,2

85,2

0,83

3,5

8,6

3,9

79,1

87,9

31,2

40,9

1,5

40,0

5,50

132SA2

2940

10,85

17,86

IE2

87,0

87,1

86,4

83,7

0,84

3,0

8,0

3,7

141,0

151,0

43,0

53,3

1,2

75,0

7,50

132SB2

2930

14,29

24,44

IE2

88,1

88,1

87,6

85,4

0,86

3,4

8,1

3,8

178,0

188,0

49,0

59,3

1,1

75,0

9,20

132M2

2930

16,97

29,99

IE2

88,8

88,9

88,9

88,9

0,88

3,7

8,2

3,9

216,0

239,0

56,3

71,0

1,0

100,0

2 Pole Pn [kW]

Size

0,75

460V 60Hz 10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

IE2

75,5

79,8

78,1

75,4

3,04

IE2

82,5

82,9

81,5

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

80A2

3470

1,44

2,06

1,10

80B2

3460

2,03

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,82

3,7

6,9

3,7

13,5

15,1

10,0

13,5

3,0

10,0

78,2

0,82

4,1

7,3

4,0

14,4

16,0

11,3

14,9

3,0

15,0

1,50

90S2

3490

2,70

4,10

IE2

84,0

84,0

83,0

80,7

0,83

4,2

8,5

4,1

16,8

18,4

14,2

17,7

2,5

13,0

2,20

90L2

3490

3,94

6,02

IE2

85,5

85,5

84,1

81,9

0,82

4,4

8,8

4,4

22,8

26,3

17,1

22,7

2,5

26,0

3,00

100L2

3520

5,18

8,14

IE2

87,5

87,5

85,9

83,1

0,83

4,5

9,5

4,7

43,2

46,7

23,6

29,2

1,5

40,0

4,00

112M2

3540

6,90

10,79

IE2

87,5

87,7

86,1

83,9

0,83

4,1

9,5

4,5

79,1

87,9

31,2

40,9

1,5

40,0

5,50

132SA2

3540

9,29

14,84

IE2

88,5

88,5

87,2

84,3

0,84

4,0

9,1

4,7

141,0

151,0

43,0

53,3

1,2

75,0

7,50

132SB2

3530

12,37

20,29

IE2

89,5

89,5

88,9

85,8

0,85

4,2

9,2

4,7

178,0

188,0

49,0

59,3

1,1

75,0

9,20

132M2

3530

14,78

24,89

IE2

89,5

89,8

89,0

86,1

0,87

4,3

9,2

4,8

216,0

239,0

56,3

71,0

1,0

100,0

81

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.2 TH-TBH

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4 Pole Pn [kW]

400V 50Hz

Size

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

0,75

80B4

1430

1,79

5,01

IE2

10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

79,6

79,6

79,7

75,8

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,76

3,0 5,8

3,2

31,8

33,4

11,6

15,1

7,1

15,0

1,10

90S4

1430

2,53

7,35

IE2

81,4

81,5

81,7

77,9

0,77

3,2

5,7

3,2

32,5

36,0

14,2

17,7

5,0

13,0

1,50

90L4

1420

3,49

10,09

IE2

82,8

82,8

82,4

79,3

0,75

3,5

5,9

3,5

38,4

41,9

16,3

21,9

4,0

26,0

2,20

100LA4

1430

5,02

14,69

IE2

84,3

84,3

84,7

83,3

0,75

3,0 5,7

3,2

76,3

80,5

21,0

28,0

3,2

40,0

3,00

100LB4

1430

6,75

20,03

IE2

85,5

85,5

85,8

84,2

0,75

3,1

5,7

3,2

88,9

92,7

24,0

31,0

3,2

40,0

4,00

112M4

1450

8,51

26,34

IE2

86,6

87,0

87,2

85,7

0,78

3,2

6,8

3,4

137,0

146,0

32,1

41,8

2,5

60,0

5,50

132S4

1460

11,14

35,97

IE2

87,7

88,0

88,4

87,3

0,81

2,6

6,5

3,1

288,0

298,0

47,0

57,3

1,8

100,0

7,50

132MA4

1460

15,24

49,06

IE2

88,7

88,8

89,2

88,0

0,80

2,7

6,7

3,2

388,0

411,0

58,8

73,2

1,2

150,0

9,20

132MB4

1460

19,04

60,18

IE2

89,3

89,4

89,6

88,2

0,78

2,7

6,1

3,0

413,0

436,0

63,0

77,0

1,1

150,0

4 Pole Pn [kW]

Size

0,75

460V 60Hz nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

80B4

1750

1,56

4,09

10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

IE2

82,5

82,5

81,9

79,7

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,73

3,4

6,9

3,7

31,8

33,4

11,6

15,1

7,1

15,0

1,10

90S4

1750

2,25

6,00

IE2

84,0

84,0

83,5

80,0

0,73

3,8

6,6

3,8

32,5

36,0

14,2

17,7

5,0

13,0

1,50

90L4

1740

3,11

8,23

IE2

84,0

84,0

83,6

80,9

0,72

4,1

6,9

4,0

38,4

41,9

16,3

21,9

4,0

26,0

2,20

100LA4

1740

4,44

12,07

IE2

87,5

87,5

87,1

85,1

0,71

3,6

6,6

3,7

76,3

80,5

21,0

28,0

3,2

40,0

3,00

100LB4

1740

6,05

16,46

IE2

87,5

87,7

87,3

85,4

0,71

3,7

6,6

3,7

88,9

92,7

24,0

31,0

3,2

40,0

4,00

112M4

1760

7,58

21,70

IE2

87,5

88,3

87,8

86,6

0,75

3,6

7,5

3,9

137,0

146,0

32,1

41,8

2,5

60,0

5,50

132S4

1760

9,75

29,84

IE2

89,5

89,6

88,9

87,8

0,79

3,1

7,6

3,5

288,0

298,0

47,0

57,3

1,8

100,0

7,50

132MA4

1760

13,39

40,69

IE2

89,5

90,1

89,1

88,0

0,78

3,1

7,7

3,6

388,0

411,0

58,8

73,2

1,2

150,0

9,20

132MB4

1760

16,84

49,92

IE2

89,5

90,2

89,8

88,3

0,76

3,2

7,6

3,6

413,0

436,0

63,0

77,0

1,1

150,0

82

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.2 TH-TBH

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

6 Pole Pn [kW]

Size

0,75

90S6

1,10

90L6

1,50 2,20

400V 50Hz nn [rpm]

10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

IE2

75,9

75,9

IE2

78,1

78,1

15,24

IE2

79,8

5,18

21,88

IE2

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

940

2,10

7,62

940

3,03

11,18

100L6

940

3,77

112M6

960

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

2,2

3,9

2,4

45,0

46,6

13,6

17,0

7,1

13,0

2,4

4,0

2,5

70,5

74,0

20,4

26,0

5,3

26,0

0,72

3,0

5,0

2,9

91,6

95,1

24,8

30,4

3,6

40,0

80,0

0,75

2,2

5,7

2,7

202,0

231,0

30,9

40,6

2,8

40,0

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

75,3

72,1

0,68

77,6

73,7

0,67

79,8

79,6

76,2

81,8

81,8

81,6

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

3,00

132S6

970

6,66

29,53

IE2

83,3

85,5

85,9

84,9

0,76

2,5

6,2

2,5

384,0

394,0

47,4

57,7

2,3

75,0

4,00

132MA6

970

8,87

39,38

IE2

84,6

86,8

87,0

86,3

0,75

2,5

6,2

2,6

456,0

479,0

53,5

68,2

1,5

75,0

5,50

132MB6

970

12,20

54,15

IE2

86,0

87,9

88,6

87,5

0,74

2,5

6,1

2,6

562,0

585,0

61,7

76,4

1,3

100,0

6 Pole Pn [kW]

Size

0,75

90S6

1,10

90L6

1,50 2,20

460V 60Hz nn [rpm]

10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

IE2

80,0

80,0

IE2

85,5

85,5

12,46

IE2

86,5

4,44

17,96

IE2

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

1150

1,84

6,23

1150

2,56

9,13

100L6

1150

3,15

112M6

1170

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

0,64

2,4

4,4

2,6

45,0

46,6

13,6

17,0

7,1

13,0

0,63

2,7

4,7

2,9

70,5

74,0

20,4

26,0

5,3

26,0

75,3

0,69

3,5

6,3

3,4

91,6

95,1

24,8

30,4

3,6

40,0

83,1

77,2

0,71

2,5

6,5

3,1

202,0

231,0

30,9

40,6

2,8

40,0

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

77,4

74,1

80,6

73,0

86,5

81,2

87,5

87,5

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

3,00

132S6

1170

5,86

24,49

IE2

87,5

88,0

87,3

83,8

0,73

2,8

6,8

2,9

384,0

394,0

47,4

57,7

2,3

75,0

4,00

132MA6

1170

7,84

32,65

IE2

87,5

88,9

88,7

86,2

0,72

2,8

6,9

3,0

456,0

479,0

53,5

68,2

1,5

75,0

5,50

132MB6

1170

10,86

44,89

IE2

89,5

89,5

89,1

86,9

0,71

2,9

6,8

3,1

562,0

585,0

61,7

76,4

1,3

100,0

83

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.3 TP-TBP

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

2 Pole Pn [kW]

400V 50Hz

Size

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

0,75

80A2

2860

1,58

2,50

IE3

10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

80,7

81,8

82,3

80,9

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,84

3,2

6,1

3,3

13,5

15,1

10,0

13,5

3,0

10,0

1,10

80B2

2860

2,31

3,67

IE3

82,7

84,0

85,0

84,3

0,82

3,4

7,0

3,2

14,4

16,0

11,3

14,9

3,0

15,0

1,50

90S2

2860

3,27

5,01

IE3

84,2

84,8

84,2

82,0

0,78

4,7

6,5

4,0

16,8

18,4

15,3

18,8

2,5

13,0

2,20

90L2

2880

4,78

7,29

IE3

85,9

86,2

85,9

83,6

0,77

4,7

7,2

4,3

22,8

26,3

18,3

23,9

2,5

26,0

3,00

100L2

2900

6,06

9,88

IE3

87,1

87,2

86,7

83,9

0,82

4,3

8,9

4,6

43,2

46,7

23,9

29,5

1,5

40,0

4,00

112M2

2930

8,23

13,04

IE3

88,1

88,8

88,7

86,8

0,79

4,0

9,2

4,6

79,1

87,9

32,9

42,7

1,5

40,0

5,50

132S2

2950

10,60

17,80

IE3

89,2

90,2

90,0

88,0

0,83

4,3

9,5

4,8

178,0

188,0

49,0

59,3

1,2

75,0

7,50

132M2

2950

14,16

24,28

IE3

90,1

91,0

90,9

89,1

0,84

3,7

8,2

3,9

216,0

239,0

56,3

71,0

1,0

100,0

2 Pole Pn [kW]

Size

0,75

80A2

1,10

80B2

1,50

90S2

460V 60Hz nn [rpm]

ηn% (4/4) limit

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

3490

1,41

2,05

IE3

77,0

3490

2,04

3,01

IE3

84,0

3490

2,90

4,10

IE3

85,5

10 -4 ×Kgm 2 ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

81,6

81,7

78,9

84,7

84,6

83,3

85,5

84,8

81,9

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

0,82

3,8

7,8

3,7

0,80

4,3

8,4

4,0

0,76

5,8

8,4

4,8

cosφ n

TT

Kg T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

10,0

13,5

3,0

10,0

11,3

14,9

3,0

15,0

15,3

18,8

2,5

13,0

T TB

TT

13,5

15,1

14,4

16,0

16,8

18,4

2,20

90L2

3510

4,15

5,99

IE3

86,5

86,5

85,4

82,6

0,77

6,2

9,3

5,1

22,8

26,3

18,3

23,9

2,5

26,0

3,00

100L2

3520

5,32

8,14

IE3

88,5

88,5

87,2

84,8

0,80

4,9

10,3

5,8

43,2

46,7

23,9

29,5

1,5

40,0

4,00

112M2

3550

7,16

10,76

IE3

88,5

88,8

88,1

85,3

0,79

5,3

10,8

6,0

79,1

87,9

32,9

42,7

1,5

40,0

5,50

132S2

3550

9,40

14,80

IE3

89,5

89,6

88,5

85,4

0,82

5,5

11,1

5,9

178,0

188,0

49,0

59,3

1,2

75,0

7,50

132M2

3530

12,37

20,29

IE3

90,2

90,6

88,6

86,2

0,84

4,3

11,5

5,6

216,0

239,0

56,3

71,0

1,1

75,0

84

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.3 TP-TBP

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4 Pole Pn [kW]

Size

0,75

400V 50Hz nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

80B4

1440

1,67

4,97

IE3

10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

82,5

82,9

82,5

80,0

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,78

3,2

6,1

3,5

38,1

39,7

13,2

16,7

7,1

15,0

1,10

90S4

1430

2,41

7,35

IE3

84,1

84,5

84,6

82,6

0,78

3,2

6,2

3,4

42,3

45,8

17,7

21,2

5,0

13,0

1,50

90L4

1430

3,20

10,02

IE3

85,3

85,6

85,6

83,0

0,79

3,3

6,5

3,4

48,0

51,5

19,7

25,3

4,0

26,0

2,20

100LA4

1440

4,57

14,59

IE3

86,7

86,9

86,9

85,2

0,80

3,3

7,5

3,7

88,9

92,7

24,0

31,0

3,2

40,0

2,20

112MR4

1460

4,64

14,39

IE3

86,7

88,9

88,4

86,2

0,77

4,0

9,0

4,3

137,0

146,0

32,1

41,8

2,5

40,0

3,00

112MS4

1450

6,16

19,76

IE3

87,7

87,8

88,0

86,7

0,80

3,5

7,9

3,5

137,0

146,0

33,0

43,0

2,5

40,0

4,00

112M4

1450

8,35

26,34

IE3

88,6

88,7

88,7

87,2

0,78

3,4

7,7

3,7

155,0

164,0

35,0

45,0

2,5

60,0

5,50

132MS4

1470

11,08

35,73

IE3

89,6

89,6

89,6

87,9

0,80

3,8

8,2

3,9

388,0

411,0

61,0

75,0

1,8

100,0

7,50

132M4

1460

15,16

49,06

IE3

90,4

90,4

90,6

89,5

0,79

3,5

6,9

3,3

413,0

436,0

64,0

78,0

1,1

150,0

4 Pole Pn [kW]

460V 60Hz

Size

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

0,75

80B4

1750

1,49

4,09

10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

IE3

83,5

85,5

82,8

79,8

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,74

3,8

7,2

4,0

38,1

39,7

13,2

16,7

7,1

15,0

1,10

90S4

1750

2,13

6,00

IE3

86,5

86,5

85,6

82,8

0,75

3,8

7,6

3,8

42,3

45,8

17,7

21,2

5,0

13,0

1,50

90L4

1750

2,82

8,19

IE3

86,5

86,6

85,7

82,7

0,77

3,8

7,8

4,2

48,0

51,5

19,7

25,3

4,0

26,0

2,20

112MR4

1770

4,11

11,87

IE3

89,5

89,5

88,6

85,9

0,75

5,0

10,9

5,6

137,0

146,0

32,1

41,8

2,5

40,0

3,00

112MS4

1760

5,39

16,28

IE3

89,5

89,5

88,8

86,8

0,78

4,1

9,5

4,7

137,0

146,0

33,0

43,0

2,5

40,0

4,00

112M4

1760

7,48

21,70

IE3

89,5

89,5

89,0

87,0

0,75

3,8

9,1

4,5

155,0

164,0

35,0

45,0

2,5

60,0

5,50

132MS4

1770

9,65

29,67

IE3

91,7

91,7

90,2

88,3

0,78

4,2

9,7

4,6

388,0

411,0

61,0

75,0

1,8

100,0

7,50

132M4

1760

13,33

40,69

IE3

91,7

91,7

91,0

89,4

0,77

3,9

7,9

3,9

413,0

436,0

64,0

78,0

1,1

150,0

85

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.3 TP-TBP

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

6 Pole Pn [kW]

400V 50Hz

Size

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

0,75

90S6

940

1,85

7,62

IE3

10 -4 ×Kgm 2

ηn% (4/4) limit

ηn% (4/4)

ηn% (3/4)

ηn% (2/4)

cosφ n

78,9

78,9

79,0

74,9

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TT

T TB

TT

T TB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,74

2,5

5,0

2,7

65,0

66,6

15,4

18,8

7,1

26,0

1,10

100LR6

950

2,73

11,06

IE3

81,0

82,0

82,2

80,8

0,71

2,6

5,1

2,8

88,0

91,5

22,7

27,9

4,0

26,0

1,50

100L6

940

3,69

15,24

IE3

82,5

82,6

83,2

81,0

0,71

2,7

4,9

2,9

91,6

95,1

24,8

30,4

3,6

40,0

2,20

112M6

960

5,09

21,88

IE3

84,3

84,3

84,5

81,8

0,74

2,3

6,1

2,9

229,0

258,0

34,0

44,0

2,8

40,0

3,00

132S6

970

6,70

29,53

IE3

85,6

86,2

87,2

86,5

0,75

2,5

6,1

2,7

384,0

394,0

46,0

57,0

2,3

75,0

4,00

132MA6

970

8,95

39,38

IE3

86,8

87,2

88,0

88,2

0,74

2,5

6,6

2,9

456,0

479,0

53,5

68,2

1,5

75,0

5,50

132MB6

970

12,15

54,15

IE3

88,0

88,3

88,6

87,7

0,74

2,7

6,4

2,9

562,0

585,0

61,7

76,4

1,3

100,0

86

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.4 S

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4 Pole

230V 50Hz

Pn [kW]

Size

nn [rpm]

In 230V [A]

Mn [Nm]

ηn%

cosφ n

Cr [µF]

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

JT [10 -4 ×Kgm 2]

WT [Kg]

0,12

63A4

1420

1,30

0,81

48,0

0,88

6,3

0,8

2,7

2,4

2,8

4,2

0,18

63B4

1400

1,60

1,23

57,0

0,90

8,0

0,8

2,8

1,9

3,5

4,8

0,25

71A4

1340

2,10

1,78

59,0

0,94

10,0

0,7

2,7

1,7

8,6

5,9

0,37

71B4

1360

2,80

2,60

61,0

0,95

14,0

0,7

2,9

1,6

10,8

6,7

0,55

80A4

1400

3,80

3,75

64,0

0,98

20,0

0,7

3,7

1,9

25,0

10,1

0,75

80B4

1400

5,10

5,12

65,0

0,98

25,0

0,6

3,6

1,9

31,0

11,5

1,10

90S4

1370

7,70

7,67

69,0

0,91

30,0

0,5

3,2

1,7

30,0

13,5

1,50

90L4

1350

9,30

10,61

72,0

0,96

40,0

0,5

3,0

1,6

38,0

16,5

2,20

100LA4

1400

13,20

15,01

72,0

0,95

60,0

0,5

3,0

1,5

72,0

22,8

87

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.5 HSE

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4 Pole

230V 50Hz

Pn [kW]

Size

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

ηn%

cosφ n

Cr / Cs [µF]

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

JT [10 -4 ×Kgm 2]

WT [Kg]

0,12

63A4

1420

1,30

0,81

48,0

0,88

6,3 / 12,5

2,4

3,3

2,4

2,8

4,2

0,18

63B4

1400

1,60

1,23

57,0

0,90

8 / 16

2,3

3,2

1,9

3,5

4,8

0,25

71A4

1340

2,10

1,78

59,0

0,94

10 / 20

2,5

3,0

1,7

8,6

5,9

0,37

71B4

1360

2,80

2,60

61,0

0,95

14 / 25

2,3

3,2

1,6

10,8

6,7

0,55

80A4

1400

3,80

3,75

64,0

0,98

20 / 40

2,4

4,2

1,9

25,0

10,1

0,75

80B4

1400

5,10

5,12

65,0

0,98

25 / 50

2,3

4,0

1,9

31,0

11,5

1,10

90S4

1370

7,70

7,67

69,0

0,91

30 / 80

2,3

3,4

1,7

30,0

13,5

1,50

90L4

1350

9,30

10,61

72,0

0,96

40 / 120

2,3

3,9

1,6

38,0

16,5

2,20

100LA4

1400

13,20

15,01

72,0

0,95

60 / 140

2,1

3,4

1,5

72,0

22,8

88

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.6 D-DB

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

2/4 Pole - Dahlander YY/Δ

400V 50Hz 10 -4 ×Kgm 2

Pn [kW]

Size

0,18 / 0,12

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TD

T DB

TD

T DB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,77 / 0,65

1,5 / 1,4

3,4 / 2,5

1,7 / 1,7

2,8

3,4

4,2

5,7

4,0 / 6,3

1,0

62 / 51

0,80 / 0,64

3,0 / 2,7

4,0 / 2,6

3,1 / 2,8

2,8

3,4

4,2

5,7

3,4 / 5,8

3,0

63 / 54

0,82 / 0,70

2,4 / 2,3

3,5 / 2,6

2,5 / 2,4

3,5

4,1

4,8

6,5

2,8 / 5,3

3,0

64 / 62

0,80 / 0,70

2,0 / 1,9

4,2 / 3,6

2,1 / 2,0

7,2

8,3

5,3

7,5

2,8 / 5,3

5,0

1,25 / 1,70

66 / 64

0,86 / 0,75

2,2 / 2,1

4,7 / 4,0

2,3 / 2,2

8,6

9,7

5,9

8,1

2,8 / 5,3

5,0

1,88 / 2,55

69 / 67

0,88 / 0,78

2,0 / 1,9

4,5 / 3,7

2,1 / 2,0

10,8

11,9

6,7

8,9

2,3 / 4,2

5,0

2,1 / 3,1

58 / 64

0,87 / 0,82

1,7 / 1,7

3,6 / 4,1

1,8 / 2,0

19,0

20,6

8,7

12,2

2,3 / 4,2

5,0

1,95 / 1,5

2,7 / 4,0

68 / 70

0,89 / 0,84

1,8 / 1,8

4,6 / 4,6

1,9 / 1,9

25,0

26,6

10,1

13,6

2,0 / 3,5

10,0

2,7 / 1,9

3,7 / 5,1

68 / 70

0,90 / 0,86

1,7 / 1,9

4,3 / 5,0

1,9 / 2,0

31,0

32,6

11,3

14,8

1,6 / 2,8

10,0

2800 / 1390

3,7 / 2,9

4,8 / 7,6

69 / 72

0,79 / 0,78

2,5 / 2,3

4,4 / 4,8

2,6 / 2,4

29,0

30,6

13,5

17,0

1,2 / 2,0

13,0

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

ηn%

63A2/4

2800 / 1370

0,55 / 0,55

0,62 / 0,83

60 / 50

0,20 / 0,15

63B2/4

2790 / 1370

0,64 / 0,66

0,70 / 1,05

0,25 / 0,18

63C2/4

2820 / 1380

0,70 / 0,70

0,85 / 1,25

0,25 / 0,18

71A2/4

2850 / 1420

0,70 / 0,60

0,84 / 1,23

0,37 / 0,25

71B2/4

2810 / 1420

0,98 / 0,78

0,55 / 0,37

71C2/4

2790 / 1390

1,3 / 1,1

0,60 / 0,45

80A2/4

2800 / 1410

1,75 / 1,25

0,80 / 0,60

80B2/4

2830 / 1410

1,10 / 0,75

80C2/4

2850 / 1420

1,4 / 1,1

90S2/4

cosφ n

1,7 / 1,3

90LA2/4

2830 / 1390

3,8 / 3,0

5,7 / 8,9

73 / 71

0,89 / 0,86

2,3 / 2,1

4,8 / 4,3

2,4 / 2,1

32,0

35,5

14,5

20,1

1,1 / 1,9

26,0

2,2 / 1,5

90LB2/4

2850 / 1420

5,0 / 3,5

7,4 / 10,3

72 / 74

0,84 / 0,80

2,3 / 2,6

4,8 / 5,3

2,4 / 2,6

39,0

42,5

16,5

22,1

1,0 / 1,7

26,0

2,3 / 1,8

100LA2/4

2870 / 1420

5,5 / 4,2

7,6 / 12,2

73 / 74

0,84 / 0,80

2,4 / 2,4

6,3 / 4,6

2,5 / 2,7

53,0

56,5

19,1

24,7

1,0 / 1,7

26,0

3,0 / 2,2

100LB2/4

2870 / 1420

6,9 / 5,2

10,0 / 14,7

74 / 75

0,85 / 0,80

2,1 / 2,2

5,4 / 5,1

2,6 / 2,4

64,0

67,5

21,2

26,8

0,8 / 1,3

40,0

3,3 / 2,6

100LC2/4

2860 / 1420

7,5 / 6,0

10,8 / 17,3

74 / 75

0,86 / 0,81

2,1 / 2,0

5,4 / 4,5

2,6 / 2,4

72,0

75,5

22,8

28,4

0,7 / 1,2

40,0

4,0 / 3,0

112MA2/4

2800 / 1420

9,0 / 6,6

13,7 / 20,2

74 / 78

0,85 / 0,84

2,5 / 2,5

5,2 / 5,8

2,6 / 2,6

90,0

98,8

25,0

34,7

0,7 / 1,2

60,0

4,8 / 3,6

112MB2/4

2870 / 1420

10,0 / 7,7

16,0 / 24,2

79 / 81

0,87 / 0,84

2,1 / 2,1

6,1 / 5,0

2,8 / 2,4

110,0

118,8

29,4

39,1

0,6 / 1,1

60,0

6,0 / 4,5

132SA2/4

2880 / 1440

12,5 / 10,0

20,0 / 29,9

80 / 82

0,88 / 0,81

2,0 / 2,0

6,2 / 4,7

2,4 / 2,4 240,0

250,3

42,3

52,6

0,5 / 0,8

75,0

7,5 / 5,8

132SB2/4

2890 / 1440

16,7 / 12,8

24,6 / 38,3

77 / 80

0,86 / 0,82

2,5 / 2,5

5,8 / 4,7

2,6 / 2,6

307,0

317,3

50,2

60,5

0,4 / 0,7

100,0

9,2 / 7,0

132MA2/4

2900 / 1440

18,8 / 14,8

29,9 / 45,9

81 / 83

0,86 / 0,82

2,5 / 2,6

7,6 / 5,2

2,6 / 2,7

350,0

373,0

54,8

69,5

0,4 / 0,7

100,0

11,0 / 8,5

132MB2/4

2920 / 1460

24,0 / 17,0

35,7 / 55,8

82 / 86

0,81 / 0,83

2,2 / 2,2

7,9 / 5,8

2,3 / 2,3

389,0

412,0

59,4

74,1

0,4 / 0,7

150,0

2/8 Pole - Separate windings Y/Y

400V 50Hz 10 -4 ×Kgm 2

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Kg

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TD

T DB

TD

T DB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,82 / 0,60

2,0 / 2,6

4,5 / 2,0

2,1 / 2,7

7,2

8,3

5,3

7,5

7,5 / 19

2,5

0,80 / 0,53

2,0 / 2,4

4,8 / 2,0

2,1 / 2,5

8,6

9,7

5,9

8,1

7,1 / 17

2,5

0,82 / 0,53

2,1 / 2,5

4,9 / 2,1

2,2 / 2,6

10,8

11,9

6,7

8,9

6,0 / 14

5,0

64 / 37

0,81 / 0,63

2,1 / 2,0

5,0 / 2,4

2,2 / 2,2

25,0

26,6

10,1

13,6

2,7 / 11,2

5,0

68 / 44

0,86 / 0,63

1,8 / 1,6

5,3 / 2,5

2,0 / 1,9

31,1

32,7

11,7

15,2

2,4 / 10

10,0

68 / 44

0,86 / 0,68

1,6 / 1,3

4,4 / 2,1

2,1 / 1,6

25,0

26,6

12,0

15,5

1,9 / 9,0

10,0

3,6 / 3,5

72 / 45

0,83 / 0,64

2,6 / 1,8

5,8 / 2,2

2,7 / 2,0

32,0

35,5

14,5

20,1

1,7 / 7,5

13,0

Pn [kW]

Mn [Nm]

Size

0,18 / 0,045

71A2/8

2890 / 710

0,58 / 0,42

0,61 / 0,61

57 / 28

0,25 / 0,06

71B2/8

2890 / 700

0,75 / 0,50

0,85 / 0,84

65 / 35

0,37 / 0,09

71C2/8

2880 / 680

1,05 / 0,70

1,23 / 1,27

64 / 32

0,55 / 0,12

80B2/8

2900 / 720

1,60 / 0,78

1,83 / 1,63

0,75 / 0,18

80C2/8

2900 / 710

1,95 / 0,92

2,5 / 2,4

0,90 / 0,20

90S2/8

2840 / 680

2,30 / 0,95

3,0 / 2,8

1,1 / 0,25

90L2/8

2890 / 690

2,70 / 1,25

ηn%

cosφ n

1,5 / 0,37

100LA2/8

2890 / 710

3,9 / 1,8

4,9 / 4,8

70 / 48

0,85 / 0,58

2,1 / 1,6

5,4 / 2,5

2,5 / 1,9

53,0

56,5

19,1

24,7

1,6 / 5,6

26,0

2,2 / 0,55

100LB2/8

2900 / 710

5,1 / 2,7

7,3 / 7,5

75 / 52

0,87 / 0,59

2,3 / 1,7

6,5 / 2,5

2,5 / 1,9

72,0

75,5

22,8

28,4

1,4 / 4,5

26,0

3,0 / 0,75

112M2/8

2920 / 710

6,5 / 3,4

10,0 / 10,1

78 / 59

0,87 / 0,52

2,4 / 1,8

7,0 / 2,6

2,2 / 2,7

120,0

128,8

30,5

40,2

1,3 / 4,0

40,0

4,0 / 1,1

132S2/8

2920 / 710

8,9 / 4,5

13,0 / 14,8

75 / 62

0,86 / 0,57

2,6 / 2,1

5,2 / 2,9

2,7 / 2,2

240,0

250,3

42,3

52,6

1,1 / 3,1

50,0

5,5 / 1,5

132M2/8

2940 / 720

11,5 / 5,7

18,0 / 20,1

83 / 69

0,87 / 0,56

2,8 / 2,3

5,6 / 2,7

2,9 / 2,5

330,0

352,5

52,5

67,2

0,8 / 2,5

50,0

89

M Series / Standard / IEC

3.6 D-DB

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4/8 Pole - Dahlander YY/Δ

400V 50Hz 10 -4 ×Kgm 2

Pn [kW]

Size

nn [rpm]

In [A]

Mn [Nm]

ηn%

cosφ n

Ms

Is

Mmax

Mn

In

Mn

TD

Kg

T DB

TD

T DB

Z0 [10 3×1/h]

MB [Nm]

0,18 / 0,11

71B4/8

1380 / 690

0,53 / 0,72

1,27 / 1,55

59 / 35

0,84 / 0,60

1,7 / 2,1

3,4 / 2,2

2,2 / 2,5

12,0

13,1

6,0

8,2

4,2 / 7,5

3,5

0,25 / 0,15

71C4/8

1370 / 670

0,72 / 0,89

1,76 / 2,10

60 / 38

0,78 / 0,57

1,7 / 1,9

3,4 / 2,1

2,1 / 2,4

14,8

15,9

6,8

9,0

4,0 / 6,7

5,0

0,30 / 0,18

80A4/8

1390 / 700

0,76 / 0,85

2,1 / 2,5

66 / 50

0,88 / 0,64

1,6 / 1,7

3,9 / 2,2

1,9 / 2,1

22,0

23,6

9,3

12,7

4,0 / 6,7

5,0

0,40 / 0,25

80B4/8

1390 / 690

1,05 / 1,15

2,8 / 3,5

68 / 50

0,85 / 0,61

1,6 / 1,5

3,6 / 1,9

1,8 / 1,8

28,0

29,6

10,9

14,4

3,8 / 6,5

10,0

0,55 / 0,30

80C4/8

1390 / 700

1,3 / 1,3

3,8 / 4,1

69 / 54

0,89 / 0,65

1,6 / 2,1

4,1 / 3,1

2,4 / 3,0

31,0

32,6

11,7

15,2

3,2 / 5,6

10,0

0,75 / 0,40

90S4/8

1400 / 700

1,70 / 1,75

5,1 / 5,5

75 / 58

0,86 / 0,56

1,5 / 2,1

4,6 / 2,9

2,5 / 2,5

45,0

46,5

13,1

16,6

3,1 / 5,3

13,0

1,0 / 0,55

90L4/8

1390 / 700

2,4 / 2,4

7,5 / 7,5

75 / 58

0,88 / 0,58

1,5 / 2,3

3,8 / 3,2

2,1 / 2,8

60,0

63,5

16,0

21,6

2,8 / 4,8

13,0

1,25 / 0,7

100LA4/8

1420 / 710

2,7 / 3,0

8,5 / 9,5

75 / 58

0,88 / 0,56

1,9 / 2,4

5,5 / 3,2

2,2 / 2,6

72,0

75,5

20,0

25,6

1,9 / 3,3

26,0

1,6 / 0,9

100LB4/8

1420 / 710

3,5 / 3,8

10,8 / 12,1

77 / 60

0,88 / 0,56

2,0 / 2,6

5,5 / 3,3

2,4 / 2,8

91,0

94,5

24,0

29,6

1,8 / 3,0

26,0

2,3 / 1,2

112MA4/8

1410 / 710

5,0 / 4,5

15,6 / 15,9

74 / 67

0,88 / 0,57

1,3 / 1,7

4,4 / 3,8

2,1 / 2,5

115,0

122,2

23,9

33,6

1,7 / 2,8

40,0

3,0 / 1,5

112MB4/8

1420 / 720

6,2 / 5,5

20,5 / 20,2

78 / 70

0,89 / 0,55

1,7 / 2,2

5,5 / 4,1

2,1 / 2,5

140,0

148,8

28,9

38,6

1,7 / 2,8

40,0

3,8 / 2,1

132SA4/8

1430 / 720

8,2 / 7,6

25,3 / 27,8

77 / 71

0,86 / 0,57

1,5 / 2,1

5,0 / 4,2

1,9 / 2,2

330,0

340,3

42,0

52,3

1,4 / 2,3

75,0

4,5 / 2,4

132SB4/8

1440 / 720

9,6 / 9,0

30,1 / 31,7

80 / 71

0,86 / 0,52

1,6 / 2,4

5,4 / 4,1

1,9 / 2,4

380,0

390,3

46,4

56,7

1,2 / 2,1

75,0

5,2 / 3,0

132MA4/8

1430 / 720

10,3 / 10,9

34,2 / 39,6

82 / 73

0,86 / 0,54

1,7 / 2,4

6,3 / 4,1

2,3 / 2,4

430,0

453,0

52,5

67,2

1,0 / 1,7

100,0

6,0 / 3,7

132MB4/8

1440 / 720

12,6 / 12,5

39,7 / 48,8

80 / 70

0,88 / 0,60

1,7 / 2,2

6,0 / 4,1

2,2 / 2,2

510,0

533,0

59,4

74,1

0,95 / 1,6

100,0

90

M Series / Standard / IEC

4.1 DIMENSIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4.1.1 General dimensions

B5

B14

B3

91

M Series / Standard / IEC

4.1 DIMENSIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

AC

AD

L

LB

X

Y

V

56

106

95

197

177

93

93

55

LC -

63

121

104

211

188

80

74

70

235,5

71

139

112

238,5

208,5

80

74

74,5

271

80

158

121,5

272,5 *(295,5)

232,5 *(255,5)

80

74

78

314 *(337)

90S

173

146

298 *(331)

248 *(281)

98

98

87

349,5 *(380,5)

90L

173

146

323 *(356)

273 *(306)

98

98

87

374,5 *(407,5)

100

191

154,5

368

308

98

98

97,5

431,5

383,5 *(407,5)

322,5 *(347,5)

98

98

100

447 *(472)

112

210,5

169,5

132S

248,5

195

453

372

118

118

115,5

536,5

132M

248,5

195

490

410

118

118

115,5

574,5

160S

248,5

195

520

410

118

118

115,5

-

*TP80B4, TP90S4, TP90L4, TP90S6, TP112M4, TP112M6 Shaft end

Key

Cable gland

GD

LL

xxx

Ø hollow min

Ø hollow max

3

3

14

M16x1,5

5

10

4

4

15

M16x1.5

5

10

5

5

20

M20x1.5

6

12

21,5

6

6

30

M20x1.5

6

12

5

27

8

7

35

M25x1.5

13

18

M8x19

5

27

8

7

35

M25x1.5

13

18

3,5

M10x22

7,5

31

8

7

45

M25x1.5

13

18

60

3,5

M10x22

7,5

31

8

7

45

M25x1.5

13

18

80

4

M12x28

10

41

10

8

60

M32x1.5

18

25

38 k6

80

4

M12x28

10

41

10

8

60

M32x1.5

18

25

42 k6

110

-

M16x36

10

45

12

8

90

M32x1.5

18

25

D

E

56

9

20

63

11 j6

23

71

14 j6

30

80

19 j6

90S

E1

xx

F1

GA

F

-

M4x12

3,5

10

1,5

M4x10

2,5

12,5

2,5

M5x12.5

3

16

40

1,5

M6x16

5

24 j6

50

1,5

M8x19

90L

24 j6

50

1,5

100

28 j6

60

112

28 j6

132S

38 k6

132M 160S

B5

M

N

P

LA

S

T

B14

M

N

P

LA

S

56

100

80

120

9

7

3

56

65

50

80

9

M5

T 3

63

115

95

140

10

9

3

63

75

60

90

10

M5

2,5

71

130

110

160

10

9,5

3,5

71

85

70

105

10,5

M6

2,5

80

165

130

200

12

11

3,5

80

100

80

120

10,5

M6

3

90

165

130

200

12

11

3,5

90

115

95

140

11,5

M8

3

100

215

180

250

15

14

4

100

130

110

160

15

M8

3,5

112

215

180

250

14,5

14

4

112

130

110

160

11,5

M8

3,5

132

265

230

300

20

14

3,5

132

165

130

200

20,5

M10

3,5

160

300

250

350

13

18,5

3,5

B3

A

AA

AB

KK

B

BB

BA

K

C

H

HA

63

100

44

120

12

80

108

25

7,5

40

63

9

71

112

44

132

12

90

108

25

7,5

44

71

9

80

125

56,5

156

19,5

100

122

26

9,5

49

80

11

90S

140

56

172

12

100

136

33

8,5

54

90

11

90L

140

57

172

12

125

155

33

8,5

54

90

13

100

160

64

192

20

140

170

37

8,5

62

100

14

112

190

76

221

21

140

175

40

8,5

69

112

14

132S

216

84

260

22

140

175

40

10,5

87

132

16

132M

216

85

260

22

180

210

40

10,5

87

132

16

92

M Series / Standard / IEC

4.1 DIMENSIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4.1.2 S series 63 - 71 - 80

90 - 100

V

YA

YB

YC

HE

HF

HG

XA

XB

XC

63A4

69

86

37

-

104

29

62

80

40

60

63B4

69

89

37

-

104

28

62

80

40

60

71A4

75

89

37

-

112

32

70

80

40

60

71B4

75

89

37

-

112

32

70

80

40

60

80A4

78

94

37

-

122

39

81

80

40

70

80B4

78

94

37

-

122

39

81

80

40

73

90S4

89,5

60

49

90

146

136

-

98

49

96

90L4

89,5

67

49

90

146

141

-

98

49

123

100LA4

89,5

80

49

90

155

150

-

98

49

138

93

M Series / Standard / IEC

4.1 DIMENSIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4.1.3 HSE series 63 - 71 - 80

90 - 100

V

YA

YB

YC

HE

HF

HG

XA

XB

XC

63A4

69

86

37

-

104

29

62

80

40

60

63B4

69

89

37

-

104

28

62

80

40

60

71A4

75

89

37

-

112

32

70

80

40

60

71B4

75

89

37

-

112

32

70

80

40

60

80A4

78

94

37

-

122

39

81

80

40

70

80B4

78

94

37

-

122

39

81

80

40

73

90S4

89,5

60

49

90

146

136

-

98

49

96

90L4

89,5

67

49

90

146

141

-

98

49

123

100LA4

89,5

80

49

90

155

150

-

98

49

138

V

YA

YB

YC

YD

HE

HF

HG

HH

HI

HL

XA

XB

XC

XD

XE

63A4

69

110

54

86

98

16

21

29

63

-

-

25

60

50

153

70

63B4

69

110

54

89

98

16

21

27

66

-

-

25

60

50

153

70

71A4

74,5

110

54

89

114

13

29

32

69

-

-

22

70

50

153

73

71B4

74,5

110

54

89

114

13

29

32

69

-

-

22

70

50

153

73

80A4

78

110

54

94

128

18

29

39

81

-

-

30

70

50

153

95

80B4

78

110

54

94

128

18

29

39

81

-

-

45

72

50

153

120

90S4

89,5

60

49

-

148

12

45

-

-

86,5

136

51

69

49

96

-

90L4

89,5

67

49

104

137

7

40

51

104

86,5

141

35

85

49

123

-

100LA4

97,5

80

49

103

157

10

47

58

113

96

150

31

89

49

138

-

94

M Series / Standard / IEC

4.1 DIMENSIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4.1.4 Incremental standard encoder

63

71

80

90S

LB

LF

IC410

210

/

IC411

247

124,5

IC416

280

IC410

226

IC411

254

118

IC416

296

160

IC410

245 *(268)

/

IC411

305 *(328)

152 *(175)

90L

/

IC411

389,5

183

158

IC416

437

230

/

IC410

321 *(346)

/

IC411

420 *(445)

201 *(226)

IC416

450 *(475)

230 *(255)

IC410

360

/

IC411

463

212

IC416

490

240

IC410

398

/

IC411

501

212

IC416

528

240

IC410

398

/

IC411

501

212

IC416

528

240

338 *(361)

185 *(208)

IC410

255 *(288)

/

325 *(358)

166 *(199)

100

112

132S

132M

341 *(374)

182 *(215)

IC410

280 *(313)

/

IC411

350 *(383)

166 *(199)

IC416

366 *(399)

182 *(215)

IC416

LF

308

IC416

IC411

LB IC410

160S

* TP80B4,TP90S4, TP90L4, TP90S6, TP112M4, TP112M6 IC410 = NON-VENTILATED IC411 = SELF-VENTILATED IC416 = FORCED VENTILATED

95

M Series / Standard / IEC

4.1 DIMENSIONS 4.1.5 Brake motors

B5

B14

B3

96

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

M Series / Standard / IEC

4.1 DIMENSIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

Cable gland Brake Power supply

Pg

Ø hollow min

Ø hollow max

XA

XB

YA

AC / DC

M16x1.5

5

10

153

54

109

AC / DC

M20x1.5

6

12

206

66,5

132

AC / DC

M20x1.5

6

12

145

75

145

63 71 80 90 100 112 132 160

63

71

80

90S

90L

100

112

132S

132M

160S

LD

LE

HE

LB

LF

AE

V

MS

192

21

116

249

124,5

120

69

FM

192

17,5

96

249

124,5

120

69

ML

-

-

-

203

72

120

69

MS

211,5

23

124

276

137

129

74,5

FM

214

19

101,5

276

137

129

74,5

ML

182

18

103

225

80

129

74,5

MS

238 *(259)

23

134

304 *(326)

152 *(174)

137

78

FM

237 *(258)

22,5

129

304 *(326)

152 *(174)

137

78

ML

203

22

128

248

84

137

78

MS

252,5 *(297)

27,5

160

324,5 *(372)

166 *(213)

157

89,5

FM

255 *(300)

28

159,5

324,5 *(372)

166 *(213)

157

89,5

ML

212,5

22

128

261

90

157

89,5

MS

279 *(324)

28

160

349,5 *(396)

166 *(212)

157

89,5

FM

279 *(324)

27,5

159,5

349,5 *(396)

166 *(212)

157

89,5

ML

237,5

22

128

285

90

157

89,5

MS

307

28

160

389,5

183

178

97,5

FM

307

27,5

159,5

389,5

183

178

97,5

ML

267

26

148

325

105

178

97,5

MS

330 *(358)

198

419 *(446)

201 *(227)

183

100

FM

326 *(353)

199

419 *(446)

201 *(227)

183

100

34,5 35

ML

281

26

148

325

95

183

100

MS

364

34,5

200

461,5

212

237

115,5

FM

359

35,5

204

461,5

212

237

115,5

ML

317,5

30

172

395

133

237

115,5

MS

404,5

37,5

217

513,5

212

237

115,5

FM

403,5

39

226

513,5

212

237

115,5

ML

355,5

30

172

434

133

237

115,5

MS

404,5

37,5

217

513,5

212

230

115,5

FM

403,5

39

226

513,5

212

230

115,5

ML

355,5

30

172

434

133

230

115,5

* TBP80B4,TBP90S4, TBP90L4, TBP90S6, TBP112M4, TBP112M6 (for versions TBP ML brake is not expected).

97

M Series / Standard / IEC

4.1 DIMENSIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4.1.6 Double brake

LB

LD

LG

63

256

192

58

71

283

214

63

80

319 *(342)

237 *(260)

73

090S

343 *(376)

255 *(288)

81

090L

369 *(402)

279 *(312)

81

100

396

307

81

112

427 *(452)

326 *(351)

89

132S

463

359

89

132M

516

403.5

96

160S

516

403.5

96

*TBP80B4, TBP90S4, TBP90L4, TBP90S6, TBP112M4, TBP112M6 For other dimensions, refer to the dimensional charts for the brake motors.

98

M Series / Standard / IEC

4.1 DIMENSIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4.1.7 Brake motors with incremental encoder

LF

LB (IC411 - IC416)

LB (IC410)

63

198

320

254

71

199

336

283

80

235 *(258)

388 *(411)

311 *(334)

90S

242 *(275)

401 *(434)

334 *(367)

90L

242 *(275)

426 *(459)

359 *(392)

100

293

505,5

380

112

288 *(313)

507 *(532)

410 *(435)

132S

294

545

448

132L

294

583

486

160

292

583

486

*TBP80B4, TBP90S4, TBP90L4, TBP90S6, TBP112M4, TBP112M6 Note: Version with incremental encoder available only with MS and FM brakes.

99

M Series / Standard / IEC

4.1 DIMENSIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4.1.8 Forced ventilation

~1 Single-phase execution 1 = standard (T-D-S series)

63 71

LB

LF

HE

VC

XC

HF

VT

XT

239

117

63

100,5

59

30

-

-

-

2

311,5

190

71

109,5

64

30

-

-

-

1

254,5

118

80

119

78

30

-

-

-

2

331

195

90

126,5

87

30

-

-

-

1

295,5 *(318,5)

143 *(166)

100

135,5

103

30

-

-

-

112

145

95

30

-

-

-

2

382 *(405)

230 *(253)

132

169

109

68

-

-

-

1

308 *(341)

149 *(182)

160

169

109

68

-

-

-

100

-

-

-

140

158

75

398,5 *(431,5)

240 *(273)

-

-

-

150

158

75

-

-

-

159

158

75

-

-

-

159

158

75

90S 2 1

333 *(366)

149 *(182)

2

423,5 *(456,5)

240 *(273)

90L

1

407

200

2

500

293

1

419 *(444)

201 *(226)

2

532 *(557)

313 *(338)

112

132S 132M 160S

2 = brake motor (TB-DB-SB series)

1

80

100

~3 Execution three-phase

1

461

212

2

568,5

319

1

499

212

2

620,5

319

1

499

212

2

620,5

319

112 132 160

~1

~3

*TP/TBP80B4, TP/TBP90S4, TP/TBP90L4, TP/TBP90S6, TP/TBP112M4, TP/TBP112M6

100

M Series / Standard / IEC

4.1 DIMENSIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

4.1.9 Position of terminal box-Release lever-Forced ventilation connector Unless otherwise specified when ordering, the moto is supplied with terminal box/release lever/forced ventilation connector in position 1.

4.1.10 Version with rain cover

ΔL (T)

ΔL (P)

63

11

20

71

15

20

80

11

22

90

14

23

100

19

25

112

19

30

132

19

35

160

19

35

(T) = Textile roof (P) = Rain guard roof

101

M Series / Standard / IEC

5.1 OPTIONAL CONSTRUCTIONS - ACCESSORIES B35 (B3+B5) B34 (B3+B14) Reduced B5 flange Reduced shaft end Second shaft end Rear hexagon Protection rating IP65, IP56, IP66 Insulation class H Condensation drain holes Condensation heater (110V - 230V) Low temperature construction High temperature construction Bimetal cutout – NC contact (130°C for class F / 140°C for class F UL/CSA / 150°C for class H) PTC thermistors (130°C for class F / 150°C for class H) Single-phase motor with balanced winding Single-phase motor, high starting torque with electronic cutout (HSE series motors) Rain cover roof Textile roof Backstop device (sizes 80/90/100/112/132/160S) Rapid connection (HARTING) Motor without ventilation (IC410) Single-phase forced ventilation kit (up to size 132/160S inclusive) Three-phase forced ventilation kit (from size 100 inclusive) Incremental encoder without connector Incremental encoder with connector Low resolution incremental encoder (without connector) Single-phase forced ventilation kit (up to size 132/160S inclusive) for encoder version Three-phase forced ventilation kit (from size 100 inclusive) for encoder version Motor paint job Optional power voltages (see respective section) 9 terminal construction for 1 pole three-phase motors (230V/460V 60Hz) Motor construction to UL/CSA (TS, TH, TP, TBS, TBH, TBP and D series only) Motor constructions to ATEX II 3GD (TS, TH, TP, D and S series only) Motor constructions to CCC (TS, TH series only)

102

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

M Series / Standard / IEC

5.1 OPTIONAL CONSTRUCTIONS - ACCESSORIES

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

With FM brake: Separate power Special brake coil voltage (*) Manual release lever Hexagonal machining on non-drive shaft end Brake motor to IP55 Brake motor to IP56 Brake motor to IP65 Brake motor to IP66 Motor with double brake Anti-seizing stainless steel washer Microswitch Silent brake Inertial flywheel (gradual braking/starting) Double-ended shaft Half-wave fast detachment rectifier SBR (from sizes 63 to 100) Single-phase forced ventilation kit (up to size 132/160S inclusive) Three-phase forced ventilation kit (from size 100 inclusive) Incremental encoder without connector Incremental encoder with connector Low resolution incremental encoder (without connector, sizes 63-71-80-90) Single-phase forced ventilation kit (up to size 132/160S inclusive) for encoder version Three-phase forced ventilation kit (from size 100 inclusive) for encoder version Motor paint job With ML brake: Separate power Special brake voltage (*) Manual release lever Motor paint job With MS brake: Separate power Special brake coil voltage (*) Manual release lever Hexagonal machining on non-drive shaft end Brake motor to IP55- IP65 Anti-seizing stainless steel washer Double-ended shaft Single-phase forced ventilation kit (up to size 132/160S inclusive) Three-phase forced ventilation kit (from size 100 inclusive) Incremental encoder without connector Incremental encoder with connector Low resolution incremental encoder (without connector, sizes 63-71-80-90) Single-phase forced ventilation kit (up to size 132/160S inclusive) for encoder version Three-phase forced ventilation kit (from size 100 inclusive) for encoder version Motor paint job

(*) Standard brake coil voltages FM - ML brakes: 103V DC for TBS and TBH / 178V DC for DB MS brake: 230/400V/50Hz

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6.1 SALES CONDITIONS

TECHNICAL CATALOGUE

All supplies effected by Motovario are governed exclusively by the general terms of sale that you can find on our website: http://www.motovario.com/eng/corporate/sales-conditions

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