Three-phase AC Motors

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Three-phase AC Motors
Three-phase AC Motors

Lenze offers the new IE2 motors with highly efficient axial and right-angle gearboxes within the L-force drive and automation platform. Like this the use of a geared L-force motor, consisting of an IE2 three-phase AC motor and a GKR bevel gearbox, can reduce the energy demand by approximately 41 percent compared to a standard solution with a worm gearbox and an IE1 three-phase AC motor. The high efficiency reduces the heat loss and thus prolongs the service life of the components, including longer maintenance intervals and, by this, an increasing availability.

Edited by: Jürgen Wirtz

Posted on February 3, 2011 - (2067 views)
Lenze SE
Hans-Lenze-Strasse 1
31855 Aerzen - Germany
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