Brake Motor For Rugged Service

Nov. 18, 2004
Super-E brake motors have been designed for use in conveyors while providing NEMA Premium efficiencies.

The brake motors have ISR (Inverter Spike Resistant) magnet wire and are inverter ready. They are designed to provide a 20:1 constant torque speed range when used with an adjustable-speed drive. The long-life spring set brake mounts opposite the drive end providing a NEMA-standard foot-mount spacing (BA), allowing drop-in replacement for standard motors, and easy conversion to a C-face mounting. Brake coils connect inside the motor conduit box allowing separate connections when used with adjustable-speed drives. The motors carry either 230 or 460-V ratings from 1 to 30 hp at 1,780 rpm with either TENV or TEFC enclosures. A 5-hp washdown brake motor is available for areas where high-pressure cleaning fluids are used.

Baldor Electric Co.,
Box 2400, Ft. Smith,
AR 72902,
(479) 646-4711,

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