DC Gearmotors Parallel Shaft

Parallel Shaft - PZ Series - DC

SCR Rated - 10-100 In-Lbs Torque

LowVoltage - 36-100 In-Lbs Torque

 

General Specifications - SCR Rated Gearmotors:

  • Performance matched for continuous duty service over 60:1 speed range
  • Constant torque throughout the range when powered by a full-wave unfiltered SCR-type adjustable speed control having a typical form factor of 1.3 to 1.4

 

General Specifications - LowVoltage Gearmotors:

  • Performance matched for continuous duty service
  • Designed for battery power or can be used with a low voltage controller with form factor up to 1.05

 

Features:

  • Precision machined in-line steel gears
  • First stage steel helical gear followed by spur-type gears
  • Lubrication is permanent semi-fluid grease, reducing possibility of leakage
  • Output shafts have needle bearings for high load capacities
  • Shafts are hardened steel
  • Optional conduit box and PZ gearmotor mounting bracket available

 

Application Notes:

  • Placing the gearmotor with the motor below the gearbox should be avoided to prevent leakage of lubricant into the motor should the motor shaft seal fail
  • Motor’s stall torque could exceed recommended full load torques. A current limiting device such as an SCR control should be used to prevent damage. This issue is even more critical for low voltage motors, typically no controller is used since motor is connected directly to a battery, so some type of current limit or fusing should be considered
  • Overhung load capacities shown are at center of output shaft
  • Model PZ gearmotors have the same mounting dimensions as Bodine® model D and Z, Baldor®, Bison® 100 gearmotors, and a number of Dayton® gearmotors
  • Bodine/Baldor/Bison/Dayton direct interchange

 

Parallel Shaft - P300 Series - DC

SCR Rated - 27-353 In-Lbs.Torque

LowVoltage - 113-353 In-Lbs Torque

 

General Specifications - SCR Rated Gearmotors:

  • Performance matched for continuous duty service over 60:1 speed range
  • Constant torque throughout the range when powered by a full-wave unfiltered SCR-type adjustable speed control having a typical form factor of 1.3 to 1.4

 

General Specifications - LowVoltage Gearmotors:

  • Performance matched for continuous duty service
  • Designed for battery power or can be used with a low voltage controller with form factor up to 1.05

 

Features:

  • Precision machined in-line steel gears
  • First stage steel helical gear followed by spur-type gears
  • Lubrication is permanent semi-fluid grease, reducing possibility of leakage
  • Output shafts have needle bearings for high load capacities
  • Shafts are hardened steel
  • Optional conduit box available

 

Application Notes:

  • Placing the gearmotor with the motor below the gearbox should be avoided to prevent leakage of lubricant into the motor should the motor shaft seal fail
  • Motor’s stall torque could exceed recommended full load torques. A current limiting device such as an SCR control should be used to prevent damage. This issue is even more critical for low voltage motors, typically no controller is used since motor is connected directly to a battery, so some type of current limit or fusing should be considered
  • Overhung load capacities shown are at center of output shaft
  • Bison/Dayton direct interchange

 

Off-Set Shaft Gearmotors - OS300 Series - DC

SCR Rated - 130-268 In-Lbs.Torque

LowVoltage - 130-268 In-Lbs.Torque

 

General Specifications - SCR Rated Gearmotors:

  • Performance matched for continuous duty service over 60:1 speed range
  • Constant torque throughout the range when powered by a full-wave unfiltered SCR-type adjustable speed control having a typical form factor of 1.3 to 1.4

 

General Specifications - LowVoltage Gearmotors:

  • Performance matched for continuous duty service
  • Designed for battery power or can be used with a low voltage controller with form factor up to 1.05

 

Features:

  • Precision machined in-line steel gears
  • First stage steel helical gear followed by spur-type gears
  • Lubrication is permanent semi-fluid grease, reducing possibility of leakage
  • Output shafts have needle bearings for high load capacities
  • Shafts are hardened steel
  • Optional conduit box available

 

Application Notes:

  • Placing the gearmotor with the motor below the gearbox should be avoided to prevent leakage of lubricant into the motor should the motor shaft seal fail
  • Motor’s stall torque could exceed recommended full load torques. A current limiting device such as an SCR control should be used to prevent damage. This issue is even more critical for low voltage motors, typically no controller is used since motor is connected directly to a battery, so some type of current limit or fusing should be considered
  • Overhung load capacities shown are at center of output shaft

 

PE350 Series - Parallel Shaft - DC

SCR Rated - 25-371 In-Lbs.Torque

LowVoltage - 155-341 In-Lbs Torque

 

General Specifications - SCR Rated Gearmotors:

  • Performance matched for continuous duty service over 60:1 speed range
  • Constant torque throughout the range when powered by a full-wave unfiltered SCR-type adjustable speed control having a typical form factor of 1.3 to 1.4

 

General Specifications - LowVoltage Gearmotors:

  • Performance matched for continuous duty service
  • Designed for battery power or can be used with a low voltage controller with form factor up to 1.05

 

Features:

  • Rugged die cast aluminum gear housing for maximum gear and bearing support
  • Precision machined gearing, hardened for maximum load capability
  • All gearing designed and rated to AGMA class 9 standards, and to withstand momentary shock overload of 200%
  • Oversized output bearings for greater overhung load capacity and long life
  • High carbon alloy output shaft provides maximum strength and rigidity
  • All needle bearing journals are precision ground after heat treating to provide maximum fit and finish
  • Heavy duty industrial oil seals keep lubricant in and dirt out
  • Gears and bearings are splash lubricated with permanent, heavy duty gear oil
  • Optional conduit box available

 

Application Notes:

  • Placing the gearmotor with the motor below the gearbox should be avoided to prevent leakage of lubricant into the motor should the motor shaft seal fail
  • Motor’s stall torque could exceed recommended full load torques. A current limiting device such as an SCR control should be used to prevent damage. This issue is even more critical for low voltage motors, typically no controller is used since motor is connected directly to a battery, so some type of current limit or fusing should be considered
  • Overhung load capacities shown are at center of output shaft
  • Bison/Dayton direct interchange 

 

 

Parallel Shaft - P1100 Series - DC

SCR Rated - 105-1112 In-Lbs.Torque

LowVoltage - 320-1087 In-Lbs.Torque

 

General Specifications - SCR Rated Gearmotors:

  • Performance matched for continuous duty service over 60:1 speed range
  • Constant torque throughout the range when powered by a full-wave unfiltered SCR-type adjustable speed control having a typical form factor of 1.3 to 1.4

 

General Specifications - LowVoltage Gearmotors:

  • Performance matched for continuous duty service
  • Designed for battery power or can be used with a low voltage controller with form factor up to 1.05

 

Features:

  • Rugged die cast aluminum gear housing for maximum gear and bearing support
  • Precision machined gearing, hardened for maximum load capability
  • All gearing designed and rated to AGMA class 9 standards, and to withstand momentary shock overload of 200%
  • Oversized output bearings for greater overhung load capacity and long life
  • High carbon alloy output shaft provides maximum strength and rigidity
  • All needle bearing journals are precision ground after heat treating to provide maximum fit and finish
  • Heavy duty industrial oil seals keep lubricant in and dirt out
  • Gears and bearings are splash lubricated with permanent, heavy duty gear oil
  • Conduit box included as standard

 

Application Notes:

  • Placing the gearmotor with the motor below the gearbox should be avoided to prevent leakage of lubricant into the motor should the motor shaft seal fail
  • Motor’s stall torque could exceed recommended full load torques. A current limiting device such as an SCR control should be used to prevent damage. This issue is even more critical for low voltage motors, typically no controller is used since motor is connected directly to a battery, so some type of current limit or fusing should be considered
  • Overhung load capacities shown are at center 

 

 

 

 

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