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XD-80KTYZ AC Synchronous Motor with Capacitance Bracket CW/CCW L

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XD-80KTYZ AC Synchronous Motor with Capacitance Bracket CW/CCW L

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Product description

How to Use:
It can be directly connected to the power supply (either one of the two ends must be connected in the middle):
1. The black and red wires are connected to the power supply output shaft for CW
2. The black and green wires are connected to the power supply output shaft for CCW

Specification:
Item Type: AC Synchronous Motor
Model: XD-80KTYZ
Material: Copper
Output Shaft Size: Approx. 10 x 20mm / 0.4 x 0.8in
Protection Level: IP20
Insulation Resistance: After the rated operation of the motor under normal temperature and humidity, when measuring the insulation resistance between the coil and the motor shell with a DC500V resistance meter, it does not exceed 20MΩ
Insulation Withstand Voltage: After the rated operation of the motor under normal temperature and humidity, 50Hz or 60Hz is applied between the coil shells for one minute, and the abnormality is 1800V.
Temperature Rise: When the gearbox or equivalent heat sink is installed, and the rated operation is performed under normal temperature and humidity, it is normal to measure the coil temperature rise value of 75-80 by the resistance method.
Insulation class: E class (130)
Operating Environment Temperature: Motor: -10~+40 (no icing)
Use Environment Humidity: 85% or less (no condensation)
CW/CCW: Yes
Speed Adjusted: Yes
Model Voltage (V) Speed (rpm/min) Normal torsion(kgf·cm) working for a long time Large torsion(kgf·cm) intermittent work Power (W)  XD80KTYZ AC220V 30 19 23 60 50 11 13 60 80 7 8.5 60 110 5 6 60 AC110V 30 19 23 60 50 11 13 60 80 7 8.5 60 110 5 6 60 

Package List:
1 x Motor 
1 x Capacitance
1 x Bracket

XD-80KTYZ AC Synchronous Motor with Capacitance Bracket CW/CCW L

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