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single phase, 2-shaded poles, impedance protected motor, built according to the "CE" mark requirements, in compliance with EN 60335-1 standard, fitted with 2 626 ZZ type ball bearings, impeller fitted with 1 608 ZZ type ball bearing;
motor with minimum 155 "F" insulation class;
suitable for continuous operation in ambient temperature from -10°C to +50°C;
electrical connection by 6,3x0,8mm, axial or radial, male faston-type connectors, directly fixed on coil;
constant thickness ø 80 mm aluminium impeller with forward curved blades fitted with intermediate reinforcement discs, transmission through driving shaft by means of a flexible hub with locking setscrew;
housing made of extruded aluminium and pre-galvanized metal sheet.
motor with different powers and insulation classes;
supply voltage from 24V to 400V 50/60Hz;
version with dual voltage and/or double rotation speed;
electrical connection by means of different cable lengths;
motor with "IV" version impregnated coil, for operation in environments with high humidity;
thermal protector and/or thermal fuse;
without mounting tabs (TF);
built in compliance with UL-CSA standards;
AISI 420 steel driving shaft with milled plane;
cooling fan on the motor;
HT version with "H" 180°C motor insulation class, suitable for continuous operation in ambient temperature from -10°C to +70°C.
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IV Version: impregnated coil through dip-coating using epoxy transparent paint (standard stator coil dip-coating process).
PRN version: coil coated with black epoxy resin, the coil is protected by a clearly visible layer of resin.
IM Version: impregnated coil through dip-coating using transparent epoxy paint with silicone applied on contacts at the end of winding, three-pole wire and coil covered by a nylon cap. The coil is not buried in the resin but visible; caution should be paid when mounting the motor so that the cap open part faces downward to prevent its filling up with condensate.
Motor position -radial faston-type connectors (table 1)
Motor position -axial faston-type connectors (table 2)