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Gear Motor

The Motion 85150 Gear Motor has been designed and carefully developed for versatility in a wide range of application.

The Motion 85150 Gear Motor utilizes a single stage worm gear reducer. Most generally the 85150 is recommended for torque outputs of up to 300 in-lbs; however this can be extended in certain applications.

Construction:

The housing is die cast aluminum alloy. A molded neoprene coupling with steel inserts couples the motor shaft to the worm shaft and provides protection against shock loads. The worm shaft runs in an oilite bearing at the motor end and a ball bearing at the opposite end. The output shaft is mounted in a ball bearing at the output side of the gear reducer which takes axial thrust loads, and an oilite bearing at the opposite end. Both the worm and gear are heat treated steel for long wear life. Standard ratios are: 10:1, 20:1 and 40:1. The gear reducer is sealed and permanently lubricated with a high grade synthetic grease. Special lubricants are available for extreme applications such as low temperature.

Motors:

115 VAC, 220 VAC, 12 VDC, 24 VDC and 115 VDC motors are all stock units. The AC motors are permanent split capacitor induction type and are specifically designed for high starting torque with an intermittent duty cycle (25%). Either a 1500 or 3200 RPM speed may be selected and a 1500 RPM continuous duty version is also available. DC motors are permanent magnet brush type. An intermittent duty cycle (60%) is required on DC units. No load speeds are 6000 RPM and 3000 RPM. Motors with other voltages and performance characteristics are available on request.

Mounting:

For most applications, a customer specified flange on the output side of the gear reducer provides an adequate mount. Alternately, a flat with 4 tapped holes on the top side of the gear reducer can be supplied.



Motors

AC Motors:

1) 115 VAC 60/50 Hz., Permanent Split Capacitor Induction, 3.3 diameter, 1500 RPM, intermittent duty cycle (25%), 3 wire, enclosed construction, automatic reset thermal overload protector, UL, CSA recognized, 1.6 amps no load, 18 MFD electrolytic capacitor.

2) 115 VAC 60/50 Hz., Permanent Split Capacitor Induction, 3.3 diameter, 3200 RPM, intermittent duty cycle (25) ,3wire, enclosed construction, automaticre set thermal overload protector, UL, CSA recognized, 1.2 amps no load, 18 MFD electrolytic capacitor.


3) 220 VAC 60/50 Hz., Permanent Split Capacitor Induction,3.3 diameter, 1500 RPM, intermittent duty cycle (25%), 3 wire, enclosed construction, automatic reset thermal overload protector, UL, CSA recognized, 1.0 amps no load, 6 MFD oil filled capacitor supplied.

4) 220 VAC 60/50 Hz., Permanent Split Capacitor Induction,3.3 diameter, 3200 RPM, intermittent duty cycle (25%), 3 wire, enclosed construction, automatic reset thermal overload protector, UL, CSA recognized, 1.0 amps no load, 6 MFD oil filled capacitor supplied.
  DC Motors:

1) 12 VDC Permanent Magnet Brush, 3.0 diameter, 3000 RPM (no load), intermittent duty cycle (60%), 2 wire, enclosed construction, 2 amps no load.

2) 12 VDC Permanent Magnet Brush, 2.5 diameter, 6000 RPM (no load), intermittent duty cycle (60%), 2 wire, enclosed construction, 5 amps no load.

3) 24 VDC Permanent Magnet Brush, 3.0 diameter, 3000 RPM (no load), intermittent duty cycle (60%), 2 wire, enclosed construction, 1 amps no load.


4) 24 VDC Permanent Magnet Brush, 2.5 diameter, 6000 RPM (no load), intermittent duty cycle (60%), 2 wire, enclosed construction, 3 amps no load.

5) 115 VDC Permanent Magnet Brush, 2.5 diameter, 6000 RPM (no load on rectified 115 VAC), intermittent duty cycle (60%), 2 wire, enclosed construction, 1.1 amps no load.

Gear Motor Wiring DWG

3D Model


3D Modeling is available to customize the actuator to fit your needs. Any stroke may be specified with no limitation on interim dimensions.

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