New Products: Three-Phase Synchronous Motors

July 24, 2008
The short, compact design of the 8LT Series three-phase synchronous motors eliminates the need for angular gears in most cases.

The motors are embedded with a parameter chip for identification of device data such as serial number, type, and manufacturer data, which can be read and registered electronically.

The motor’s supply voltage ranges from 400 to 480 Vac and have a rated power of 0.11 to 21 kW. Stall torque is 50 to 900 Nm.

The permanently excited hightorque motors come in two sizes and are available with self-cooled or externally cooled options.

B&R Automation Corp.
1325 Northmeadow Pkwy. S-130
Roswell, GA 30076
(770) 772-0400

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