Vector duty motor line

  • 15-Mar-2010 06:33 EDT

WEG Electric has released the TENV vector duty motor line for applications where energy efficiency and 1000:1 constant torque ratio is required. The line is suitable for inverter duty on applications requiring constant torque over a wide speed range, including conveyors, cranes and hoists, extruders, and metal processing. The TENV line offers frame size flexibility, improved speed control, and is severe-duty rated and dust and water jet protected. Features include various mounting configurations, cast iron construction, thermistors, space heater, tropicalized internal painting, special shaft seals, encoder, a C-face mount with feet, spike-resistant wire, and constant power operation to 150% base speed at 40°C (104°F) ambient. The motor offers full torque at zero rpm.

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