Compact, Right-angle Gearmotors

June 4, 2010
The supplier’s 100mm AC motor line is said to provide 1/8 hp (93w) in 30 percent less volume than previously available.

These 4-in. diameter single-phase motors have been mated to the vendor’s 750 Series right angle gearing to offer 104 in-lbs (11.8 N-m) of continuous torque with 3-wire reversible hook-up. The 100 mm AC Right Angle gearmotors are powered by these 115-volt, 60Hz single-phase TEFC permanent split capacitor motors. Well-suited for packaging equipment and conveyor systems, they are offered in six standard versions with gear ratios from 5.2:1 to 50:1 and fixed output speeds from 327 to 28 RPM respectively. Continuous output torques range from 12 to 104 in-lbs (1.4 to 11.8 N-m). The motors are available in a ¾-in. (19mm) hollow shaft configuration, or can use quickly replaceable single or double output stub shafts, and can be either foot- or face-mounted. A rear motor shaft extension can be fitted with an optional power-off brake.

Bison Gear & Engineering Corp.

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