Step Angle Accuracy: ±5%
Resistance Accuracy: ±10%
Inductance Accuracy: ±20%
Temperature Rise: 80°C Max
Ambient Temperature: -20°C~+50°C
Insulation Resistance: 100MΩ Min., 500VDC
Dielectric Strength: 500VAC for 1 minute
Shaft Radial Play: 0.02Max (450g-load)
Shaft Axial Play: 0.08Max (450g-load)
|Model No.||Motor Length||Current
|Holding Torque||# of Leads||Detent Torque||Rotor Inertia||Mass|
|Number of Stator:||Two-Phase|
|Number of Poles:||2|
Calculating Torque Requirements for a NEMA Gearbox
To calculate torque requirements for a NEMA gearbox, you need to consider factors like load type, speed, and efficiency. Use the formula: Torque (Nm) = (Power (W) × 1000) / (Speed (RPM) × Efficiency). Determine the required power and speed, and account for efficiency losses. Ensure that the calculated torque is within the gearbox’s rated torque capacity. It’s essential to factor in safety margins and dynamic loads for accurate results.
Installing a NEMA Gearbox
The installation process of a NEMA gearbox involves several steps. Firstly, ensure the power source is disconnected. Mount the gearbox securely to the designated surface using appropriate bolts or mounts. Align the gearbox input shaft with the motor shaft, coupling them properly. Make sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for torque specifications and alignment procedures. Finally, connect any necessary wiring, recheck alignments, and perform a test run to ensure proper operation.
NEMA Gearbox Sizes
Yes, NEMA gearboxes come in various sizes, typically identified by a NEMA frame size. These sizes correspond to standard motor frame sizes and range from NEMA 23 to NEMA 56, with each size having specific dimensions and mounting configurations. It’s essential to choose the right NEMA gearbox size that matches your motor’s NEMA frame size for optimal compatibility and performance.
editor by CX 2023-09-04