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CYCLO 6000 Gearmotors5TechnicalInformationTechnical InformationCyclo 6000 SeriesTechnical Information 5.1

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsLubricationCyclo Gearmotors are either Grease lubricated or Oil lubricated.Refer to pages 5.3 and 5.4 to determine the unit lubrication type. Grease lubricated gearmotors are filled with grease prior toshipment and are ready for installation and operation Oil lubricated gearmotors must be filled with the properamount of approved oil before installation and operation Lubrication methods (grease or oil) are specified forCyclo driven at standard input speed.NOTE: Some models normally designed foroil lubrication may be specially orderedfor grease lubrication; please consult factory.Oil Fill LevelOil Sight GaugeApproved GreasesGrease lubricated gearmotors are filled with grease prior to shipment andare ready for installation and operation. This information is provided formaintenance purposes.Ambient Temperature F CLubrication14 to 122 -10 to 50Cyclo PlanetaryExxonMobilShell OilExxon Unirex N2 Grease(NLGI Grade #2)Shell Alvania EP(NLGI Grade #0)When the Cyclo gearmotor will beused under widely fluctuatingtemperatures or ambient temperatures(other than those listed here) or anyother special conditions, consult thefactory.Approved OilsOil lubricated gearmotors must be filled with oil prior to operation.Fill the gearmotor to the correct level with the recommended oil.Ambient TemperatureChevronTexacoExxon OilMobil OilShell OilBP Oil-10 to 5EP GearCompound 68Spartan EP68Mobilgear 600 XP 68Omala S2 G68EnergolGR-XP 68For use in winter or relatively low ambient temperatures, use the lower viscosity oil specified for each ambienttemperature range.0 to 35EP GearCompound100, 150SpartanEP100EP150Mobilgear600 XP 100, 150Omala S2 G100, 150EnergolGR-XP 100GR-XP 150For consistent use in ambient temperatures outside of the range 32 F to104 F (0 C to 40 C), consult factory.EP GearCompound220, 320, 460SpartanEP 220EP320EP 460Mobilgear600 XP 220,320, 460Omala S2 G220, 320460EnergolGR-XP 220GR-XP 320GR-XP 460 F C14 to 41 32 to 95 86 to 122 30 to 55.2 Technical Information(ISO VG 68)(ISO VG 100, 150)(ISO VG 220, 320, 460)Cyclo 6000 Series

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsLubrication continuedHORIZONTAL Mounted Gearmotor SINGLE Reduction Frame Sizes 6060 to 6275Frame Size6060, 60656070, 60756080. 60856090, 60956100, 6105, 610H6110, 61156120, 6125, 612H6130, 61356140, 6145, 614H6160, 6165, 616H6170, 61756180, 61856190, ion e Free GreaseOilHORIZONTAL Mounted Gearmotor DOUBLE Reduction Frame Sizes 6060DA to 6275DA6060DA, 6065DA6070DA, 6075DA6090DA, 6095DA6100DA, 6105DA6120DA, 6120DB6125DA, 6125DB6130DA, 6135DA6130DB, 6135DB6130DC, 6135DC6140DA, 6140DB, 6140DC6145DA, 6145DB, 6145DC6160DA, 6165DA6160DB, 6165DB6170DA, 6175DA6170DB, 6175DB6180DA. 6185DA6160DC, 6165DC6170DC, 6175DC6180DB. 6185DB6190DA, 6195DA6190DB, 6195DB6205DA, 6205DB6215DA, 6215DB6225DA, 6225DB6235DA, 6235DB6245DA, 6245DB6255DA, 6255DB6265DA6275DAReduction Ratio104 121 143 165 195 231 273 319 377 473 559 649 731 841 1003 1015 1247 1479 1849 2065 2537 3045 3481 4437 5133 6177 756925375133Maintenance Free GreaseGreaseLubricationFrame Size165121Oil377Cyclo 6000 SeriesTechnical Information 5.3

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsLubrication continuedVERTICAL Mounted Gearmotor SINGLE Reduction Frame Sizes 6060 to 6275Frame Size6060, 60656070, 60756080. 60856090, 60956100, 61056110, 61156120, 61256130, 61356140, 61456160, 61656170, 61756180, 61856190, ion e Free GreaseOilForced OilVERTICAL Mounted Gearmotor DOUBLE Reduction Frame Sizes 6060DA to 6275DALubricationFrame Size6060DA, 6065DA6070DA, 6075DA6090DA, 6095DA6100DA, 6105DA6120DA, 6120DB6125DA, 6125DB6130DA, 6125DA6130DB, 6135DB6130DC, 6135DC6140DA, 6140DB, 6140DC6145DA, 6145DB, 6145DC6160DA, 6165DA6160DB, 6165DB6170DA, 6175DA6170DB, 6175DB6180DA, 6185DA6160DC, 6165DC6170DC, 6175DC6180DB, 6185DB6190DA, 6195DA6190DB, 6195DB6205DA, 6205DB6215DA, 6215DB6225DA, 6225DB6235DA, 6235DB6245DA, 6245DB6255DA, 6255DB6265DA6275DA5.4 Technical InformationReduction Ratio104 121 143 165 195 231 273 319 377 473 559 649 731 841 1003 1015 1247 1479 1849 2065 2537 3045 3481 4437 5133 6177 756925375133Maintenance Free GreaseGrease473841101520651849121Forced Oil2537377Cyclo 6000 Series

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsLubrication continuedOil Fill QuantitiesFrame Size6130, 61356140, 6145, 614H6160, 6165, 616H6170, 61756180, 61856190, 619562056215622562356245625562656275Single ReductionMounting ConfigurationHorizontal[1]Vertical[1]U.S. gal.U.S. 15.9)Frame Size6160DC, 6165DC6170DC, 6175DC6180DB, 6185DB6190DA, 6195DA6190DB, 6195DB6205DA, 6205DB6215DA, 6215DB6225DA, 6225DB6235DA, 6235DB6245DA, 6245DB6255DA, 6255DB6265DA6275DADouble ReductionMounting ConfigurationHorizontal[1]Vertical[1]U.S. gal.U.S. 63.72.94.84.56.14.87.76.111.18.513.515.9(15.9)( ) With trochoid pumpNote: [1] Please consult factory for oil quantities when the reducer is mounted in any other position or angleLubricationOil Fill LevelHorizontalVerticalSizes 6130/5 and 6140/5 onlyCyclo 6000 SeriesVerticalTechnical Information 5.5

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsOverhung Loads Slow Speed ShaftOverhung Loads are loads that act perpendicular to the gearmotor shaft. Each gearmotor has a maximum allowable overhungload (OHL) capacity, which is shown in the Frame Size Selection Tables for each gearmotor. In applications with an OHL, it is critical that the OHL is calculated and that the chosen gearmotor is adequately sized for the maximum OHL.How to Calculate Overhung Load (OHL)Centerline of LoadStep 1. Measure distance X from gearmotor collar surfaceto the centerline of the OHL.XCollarSurfaceStep 2. Determine Lf (Load Location Factor) for your chosen Frame Size,using Load Location Factor Table on the next page.Step 3. Determine Cf (Connection Factor) and Sf (Shock Factor) from the tables below:Service Factor (Sf)Load Connection Factor (Cf)CONNECTION TYPEFACTORGeneral Purpose ChainMachined Gear or Synchronous BeltV-BeltFlat Belt1.01.251.52.5DEGREE OF SHOCKSteady LoadsModerate ShockHeavy ShockFACTOR1.01.31.6Step 4. Apply Lf, Cf and Sf to the formula to calculate the OHL.EXAMPLE:Known HP Power Transmitted by shaft (HP)Known D Pitch Diameter of sprocket (inches)OverhungLoadsKnown N Shaft Speed (RPM)126,000 x HP X Lf X Cf X Sf Calculated OHLD X NStep 5. Refer back to the Frame Size Selection Tables (pp. 3.1–3.32) to determine maximumallowable OHL capacity for the selected Frame Size.If the calculated OHL does not exceed the OHL capacity (from Selection Table),the selected Frame Size is acceptable.If the calculated OHL exceeds the OHL capacity, there are two standard options thatcan increase the OHL capacity of a reducer: High Capacity Bearings Option–R1 (Table on pg. 5.8) Ductile Iron Housing & High Capacity Bearings Option–R2 (Table on pg. 5.9)If neither of these options adequately increase the OHL capacity:1. Choose the next larger Frame Size, or2. Move the OHL closer to the collar surface, or3. Decrease the OHL by increasing the pitch diameter of the connecting drive.Be sure to recalculate and verify the OHL capacity for the new frame size.5.6 Technical InformationCyclo 6000 Series

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsOverhung Loads, Slow Speed ShaftcontinuedLoad Location Factors (Lf), Slow Speed ShaftX (inches)1/41/23/422 1/233 1/244 1/25678910110.860.850.830.881.080.960.910.951.49 ——1.23 1.61 —1.01 1.30 1.631.10 1.40 1.7311 1/4 1 1/2 1 ———————————0.88 0.95 1.10 1.40 .80 0.87 0.95 1.02 1.12—0.85 0.91 0.98 1.140.86 0.92 0.971.30 1.51—————————————1.36 ��——————————1.08 1.24 1.40 1.72———0.74 0.820.91 0.99 1.12 1.37 1.62 1.88————————————0.87 0.910.95 1.00 1.13 1.39 1.67 1.94————————————0.89 0.930.96 1.00 1.13 1.39 1.67 1.94————————————0.85 0.880.92 0.95 0.99 1.15 1.37 950.851.491.501.231.161.151.081.020.950.88 0.91 0.93 0.99 1.13 1.30 �——1.23 ————1.22 ————1.21 1.38 1.54 ——1.16 1.31 1.47 1.64 1.801.08 1.23 1.37 1.52 1.67OverhungLoadsFrame SizeSingleDoubleReductionReduction6060, 6065 6060DA, 6065DA6070, 6075 6070DA, 6075DA6080, 6085—6090, 6095 6090DA, 6095DA610061056100DA, 6105DA610H6110, 6115—6120, 6125 6120DA, 6120DB612H6125DA, 6125DB6130DA, 6130DB6130 6135 6130DC, 6135DA6135DB, 6135DC61406140DA, 6140DB61456140DC, 6145DA614H6145DB, 6145DC61606160DA, 6160DB61656160DC, 6165DA616H6165DB, 6165DC61706170DA, 6170DB61756170DC, 6175DA61806180DA, 6180DB61856185DA, 6185DB61906190DA, 6190DB61956195DA, 6195DB62056205DA, 6205DB62156215DA, 6215DB62256225DA, 6225DB62356235DA, 6235DB62456245DA, 6245DB62556255DA, 6255DB62656265DA62756275DAEXAMPLEA uniformly loaded belt conveyor requiring 5 HP is to be driven 8 hours/day by a Cyclo gearmotor, size 6135, ratio 29:1, 60 RPM output using a 9.84pitch diameter sprocket on the slow speed shaft. Centerline of the load (X) is 1.5 from the collar surface.Procedure:1. Calculate the overhung load with Cf 1.0 (from Step 3, pg. 5.6), Lf 1.08 (from Step 3, pg. 5.6).Overhung Load 126,000 x 5 x 1.0 x 1.08 x 1.0 1152 lbs.9.84 x 602. In the Selection Tables (pages 3.1–3.58), check the overhung load capacity of the 6135, 29:1 with the 1750 RPM input speed.Allowable Overhung Load for the 6135 is 2125 lbs. Since the allowable overhung load of the 6135 is larger than the calculatedoverhung load of 1152 lbs., the application is satisfactory.Cyclo 6000 SeriesTechnical Information 5.7

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsOverhung Loads, Slow Speed ShaftcontinuedHigh Capacity Bearings OptionType R1Slow Speed Shaft Overhung Load Capacity (lbs.)Frame SizeSingleDouble10 & BelowReductionReduction6130DA, 6130DB6130, 6135 6130DC, 6135DA33056135DB, 6135DC61606160DA, 6160DB61656160DC, 6165DA4969616H6165DB, 6165DC6170DA, 6170DB61706170DC, 6175DA663261756175DB, 6175DC61806180DA, 6180DB937561856185DA, 6185DB61906190DA, 6190DB1326461956195DA, 64132641326412410Output Shaft Speed ame SizeSingleDoubleReductionReduction6130DA, 6130DB6130, 6135 6130DC, 6135DA6135DB, 6135DC61606160DA, 6160DB61656160DC, 6165DA616H6165DB, 6165DC6170DA, 6170DB61706170DC, 6175DA61756175DB, 6175DC61806180DA, 6180DB61856185DA, 6185DB61906190DA, 6190DB61956195DA, 6195DBOutput Shaft Speed (RPM)5.8 Technical InformationCyclo 6000 Series

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsOverhung Loads, Slow Speed ShaftcontinuedDuctile Iron Housing and High Capacity Bearings OptionType R2Slow Speed Shaft Overhung Load Capacity (lbs.)Frame SizeSingleDoubleReductionReduction6130DA, 6130DB6130, 6135 6130DC, 6135DA6135DB, 6135DC61606160DA, 6160DB61656160DC, 6165DA616H6165DB, 6165DC6170DA, 6170DB61706170DC, 6175DA61756175DB, 6175DC61806180DA, 6180DB61856185DA, 6185DB61906190DA, 6190DB61956195DA, 6195DB62056205DA, 6205DB62156215DA, 6215DB62256225DA, 6225DB62356235DA, 6235DB62456245DA, 6245DB62556255DA, 6255DB62656265DA62756275DAOutput Shaft Speed (RPM)4 & ut Shaft Speed ��——————OverhungLoadsFrame SizeSingleDoubleReductionReduction6130DA, 6130DB6130, 6135 6130DC, 6135DA6135DB, 6135DC61606160DA, 6160DB61656160DC, 6165DA616H6165DB, 6165DC6170DA, 6170DB61706170DC, 6175DA61756175DB, 6175DC61806180DA, 6180DB61856185DA, 6185DB61906190DA, 6190DB61956195DA, 6195DB62056205DA, 6205DB62156215DA, 6215DB62256225DA, 6225DB62356235DA, 6235DB62456245DA, 6245DB62556255DA, 6255DB62656265DA62756275DAIndicates ductile iron housing and high capacity bearing is standardCyclo 6000 SeriesTechnical Information 5.9

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsAxial LoadsAxial Loads are loads that act parallel to the gearmotor shaft. Eachgearmotor has a maximum allowable axial load capacity, which is shownin table below. When the maximum allowable axial load exceeds thecapacity shown in the table, the next larger frame size should be chosen.How to Calculate Axial LoadsWhen axial and overhung loads are combinedto act on the Slow Speed Shaft, this formulais used to determine if the combined loadingis acceptable for the selected Cyclo gearmotor.( PrPro Lf PaPaoPr Lf Pro Pa Pao Cf Sf ) Cf Sf 1Actual Overhung LoadLoad Location FactorAllowable Overhung LoadActual Axial Load (lbs.)Allowable Axial Load (lbs.)Coupling FactorService FactorIf the calculated loads exceed the limits shown in Slow Speed Shaft Axial Load Capacity Table below:1. Decrease the OHL by moving the load closer to the shaft collar or by increasing the pitchdiameter of the connecting device,or2. Select the next larger frame size. Repeat the Axial Load calculation to verify the selection.AxialLoadsAxial Load Capacity, Slow Speed Shaft (lbs.)Frame SizeSingleDouble 1015202530ReductionReduction6060 60656060DA 6065DA66666666666070 60756070DA 6075DA1761761761761766080 6085—2212212212212216090 60956090DA 6095DA2212212212212216100 61056100DA 6105DA330330330330330610H6110 6115—3303303303303306120 61256120DA 6120DB661661661661661612H6125DA 6125DB6130DA 6130DB 6130DC6130 6135 6135DA 6135DB 6135DC 8818818818818816140 6145 6140DA 6140DB 6140DC614H6145DA 6145DB 6145DC 1214 1214 1214 1214 12146160 6165 6160DA 6160DB 6160DC616H6165DA 6165DB 6165DC 1545 1545 1545 1545 15456170DA 6170DB 6170DC6170 6175 6175DA 6175DB 6175DC 2205 2205 2205 2205 22056180DA 6180DB6180 61853080 3080 3080 3080 30806185DA 6185DB6190DA 6190DB6190 61954406 4406 4406 4406 44066195DA 6195DB62056205DA 6205DB5958 5283 4744 4406 418262156215DA 6215DB6183 5508 4969 4631 440662256225DA 6225DB6610 5755 5216 4879 463162356235DA 6235DB7936 7059 6385 5958 562162456245DA 6245DB8386 7599 6947 6475 613862556255DA 6255DB10814 9690 8858 8296 789162656265DA11691 11691 11466 10679 1007262756275DA13242 13242 13242 13242 132425.10 Technical InformationOutput Shaft Speed ��———————Cyclo 6000 Series

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsMotorMounting Direction of Terminal BoxThe terminal box mounting direction can be changed in units of 90 ;specify the direction according to the table below when placing an order.Cable portdirectionTerminal box mounting position (As viewed from output shaft with motor being horizontal) [1]Left side (N33)Right side (N34)Type A(N3A)Type B(N3B)Type C(N3C)Type D(N3D)Cable portdirectionTerminal box mounting position (As viewed from output shaft with motor being horizontal) [1]Top (N35)Bottom (N36)Type A(N3A)Type B(N3B)MotorType C(N3C)Type D(N3D)Standard Position of Terminal Box and Direction of Lead WiresTerminal Box Mounting PositionCable Port DirectionHorizontal Mounting Configuration(Horizontal Slow Speed Shaft)Standard MotorBrake Motor3 PhaseAF Motor3 PhaseAF MotoLeft SideLeft SideLeft SideLeft SideBBBBCyclo 6000 SeriesVertical Mounting Configuration(Vertical Slow Speed Shaft Down)Standard MotorBrake Motor3 Phase3 PhaseLeft SideLeft SideAATechnical Information 5.11

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsMotorcontinuedMotor Cover Mounting SpecificationsRefer to dimension FA or FB when designing the mounting space into which the gearmotor is to fit.Dimension FA:The space necessary to remove the fan cover or brake cover without removingthe motor from the equipment.Dimension FB:Minimum space required for adequate ventilation.Notes:1. It is necessary to remove the gearmotor from the equipment when removing the fan or brake cover.2. AF (Inverter) motors of 40 HP (30kW) or greater are of a different ventilation type.MotorSpace RequirementsMotorHP (kW)x Pole1/8(0.1) x 41/4(0.2) x 41/3(0.25) x 41/2(0.4) x 43/4(0.55) x 41(0.75) x 41.5(1.1) x 42(1.5) x 43(2.2) x 45(3.7) x 47.5(5.5) x 410(7.5) x 415(11) x 420(15) x 425(18.5) x 430(22) x 440(30) x 450(37) x 4Units: inches (mm)Standard Motor3 PhaseFA1.9 (48)1.9 (48)1.9 (48)2.0 (49)2.0 (49)2.1 (52)2.1 (52)2.2 (56)2.4 (60)2.4 (60)3.0 (75)3.0 (75)5.2 (130)6.2 (155)6.2 (155)6.7 (170)9.1 (230)5.12 Technical InformationBrake MotorInverter DutyFB0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)1.0 (25)1.0 (25)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)FA1.9 (48)1.9 (48)1.9 (48)2.0 (49)2.1 (52)2.1 (52)2.2 (56)2.2 (56)2.4 (60)2.4 (60)3.0 (75)3.0 (75)5.2 (130)6.2 (155)6.7 (170)6.7 (170)5.6 (140)5.6 (140)FB0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)1.0 (25)1.0 (25)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)3 PhaseFA2.0 (49)2.5 (61)2.5 (61)2.5 (61)3.7 (93)3.7 (93)4.6 (115)4.6 (115)5.2 (132)5.2 (132)5.2 (132)6.7 (170)6.7 (170)8.7 (220)14.5 (367)14.5 (367)14.6 (370)17.6 (445)FB0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)0.8 (20)1.0 (25)1.0 (25)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)1.2 (30)Inverter DutyFAFB2.5 (61)0.8 (20)2.5 (61)0.8 (20)2.5 (61)0.8 (20)3.7 (93)0.8 (20)4.6 (115)0.8 (20)4.6 (115)0.8 (20)5.2 (132)0.8 (20)5.2 (132)0.8 (20)5.2 (132)0.8 (20)5.2 (132)0.8 (20)6.7 (170)1.0 (25)6.7 (170)1.0 (25)8.7 (220)1.2 (30)14.5 (367)1.2 (30)14.6 (370)1.2 (30)14.6 (370)1.2 (30)11.7 (295)1.2 (30)11.7 (295)1.2 (30)Cyclo 6000 Series

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsMotorcontinuedConduit Box DimensionsFigure 5.23 UL Indoor DutyFigure 5.22 Non-UL Indoor DutyFigure 5.25 GlobalFigure 5.24 Non-UL & UL Washdown DutyTable 5.24 Terminal Box Mounting 00LV-132SVA-112MF-132MFA-132SF-160MFA132MDuty RatingNon-UL Indoor DutyUL Indoor DutyNon-UL & UL Washdown DutyGlobalSmall GlobalNon-UL Indoor DutyUL Indoor DutyNon-UL & UL Washdown DutyGlobalSmall GlobalNon-UL Indoor DutyUL Indoor DutyNon-UL & UL Washdown DutyGlobalNon-UL Indoor DutyUL Indoor DutyNon-UL & UL Washdown DutyGlobalNon-UL Indoor DutyUL Indoor DutyNon-UL & UL Washdown DutyGlobalNon-UL Indoor DutyUL Indoor DutyNon-UL & UL Washdown DutyGlobalNon-UL Indoor DutyUL Indoor DutyNon-UL & UL Washdown DutyGlobalUL Indoor DutyNon-UL & UL Washdown DutyGlobalUL Indoor DutyNon-UL & UL Washdown 3Without 5.915.675.676.025.915.447.377.835.447.377.83With uitOpening0.90 dia0.90 diaPF 1/2NPT 1/2NPT 1/20.90 dia0.90 diaPF 1/2NPT 1/2NPT 1/20.90 dia0.90 diaPF 3/4NPT 3/40.90 dia0.90 diaPF 3/4NPT 3/40.90 dia0.90 diaPF 3/4NPT 3/40.90 dia0.90 dia*PF 3/4NPT 3/40.90 dia0.90 dia*PF 1NPT 11.69 diaPF 1NPT 11.69 diaPF 1-1/4NPT 1MotorFrameSizeUnits: inches*1.38 dia. may be found for some of these sizesCyclo 6000 SeriesTechnical Information 5.13

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsMotorcontinuedStandard Motor DataSingle Phase, 115/230V, 60Hz, 1800 RPM, Synchronous Speed, TEFCFull LoadHPFrameSizeCurrent (A)Full LoadStartingBreakdownNo ia WR2RatedRPMTorquein lbs115V230V% of FL% of FL% of FL% of FL%%lb 95%290%340%69.4%77.1%20.5Three Phase, 230/460V, 60Hz, 1800 RPM Synchronous Speed, TEFCFull LoadMotorHPFrameSizeCurrent (A)StartingBreakdownPowerNEMANo LoadStartingTorqueTorqueEfficiencyFactorCode460V% of FL% of FL(% of FL)(% of FL)%%Letterlb in2Full LoadRatedRPMTorquein lbs230VInertia 2310Note: ** 1/8 HP is TENV.Three Phase, 230/460V, 60Hz, 1200 RPM Synchronous Speed, TEFCFull LoadHPFrameSizeCurrent (A)StartingBreakdownPowerNEMANo LoadStartingTorqueTorqueEfficiencyFactorCode460V% of FL% of FL% of FL% of FL%%Letterlb in2Full LoadRatedRPMTorquein lbs230VInertia 401708531.4%672%289%259%93.0%87.0%G40305.14 Technical InformationCyclo 6000 Series

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsMotorcontinuedCSA Approved Motor DataThree Phase, 230/460V, 60Hz, 1800 RPM Synchronous Speed, TEFCFull LoadHPFrameSizeCurrent (A)StartingBreakdownNo LoadStartingTorqueTorque460V% of FL% of FL% of FL% of FL%%Letterlb in2Full LoadRatedRPMTorquein lbs230VPowerNEMAEfficiency FactorCodeInertia ficiency FactorCodeNote: ** 1/8 HP is TENV.Dimensions for units with CSA approved motors maybe different than those specified in Section 4.Please consult factory for details.EPACT/EEV Efficiency MotorsThree Phase, 230/460V, 60Hz, 1800 RPM Synchronous Speed, TEFCFrameSizeCurrent (A)StartingBreakdownNo LoadStartingTorqueTorque460V% of FL% of FL% of FL% of FL%%Letterlb in2Full LoadRatedRPMTorquein lbs230VInertia 85.5%H1050Cyclo 6000 SeriesLubricationMotorFull LoadHPTechnical Information 5.15

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsMotorcontinuedCSA Approved Motor DatacontinuedThree Phase, 575V, 60Hz, 1800 RPM Synchronous Speed, TEFCFull LoadHPFrameSizeStartingBreakdownRatedRPMTorquein lbsFullCurrent (A)No LoadStartingTorqueTorquePowerNEMAEfficiency FactorCodeLoad% of FL% of FL% of FL% of FL%%Letterlb in2Inertia 78.1%74.9%H4.10PowerNEMAEfficiency FactorCodeNote: ** 1/8 HP is TENV.Dimensions for units with CSA approved motors maybe different than those specified in Section 4.Please consult factory for details.EPACT/EEV Efficiency MotorsThree Phase, 575V, 60Hz, 1800 RPM Synchronous Speed, TEFCFull LoadMotorHPFrameSizeStartingBreakdownFullCurrent (A)No LoadStartingTorqueTorqueInertia WR2RatedRPMTorquein lbsLoad% of FL% of FL% of FL% of FL%%Letterlb 8%85.8%G10505.16 Technical InformationCyclo 6000 Series

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsMotorcontinuedStandard Wiring DiagramsIllustrated below are the wiring diagrams for our standard motors, foradditional information please refer to the motor name plate. Due tochanges in design features, this diagram may not always agree withthat on the motor. If different, the motor diagram found inside theconduit box cover is correct.3-Phase Motors (230/460 V)WYE-Connected (5 HP and smaller)Line 208/230V 60HzLine 460V 60HzDELTA-Connected (7.5 HP and larger)Line 208/230V 60HzLine 460V 60HzThree Phase Motors (575V)MotorLine 575V 60HzSingle Phase MotorsLine 115VLine 230V or 208VCyclo 6000 SeriesTechnical Information 5.17

CYCLO 6000 GearmotorsMotorcontinuedMotor Thermal Rating (C x Z)MotorPower HP1/81/41/31/23/411.52357.51015Allowable C x Z35% 50% ED[1]50 80% 001400800120050090040080080030020035030020015035% 20080 100% otor Moment of Inertia lb in2Standardwith 4128140Note: [1] % ED duty cycle.The calculated C x Z value (steps 1 – 3 outlined below) should be less than the allowable value listed in Motor Thermal Rating table above.1. Obtain the C value:C IM ILIMIM Moment of Inertia of Motor.IL Total Moment of Inertia of Load as seen from the motor.2. Obtain the Z value (number of starts per hour):(a) Assume that one operating period consists of “on-time” ta (sec.), “off-time” tb (sec.) andthe motor is started nr (times/sec.).Zr 3600nr (times/hour)ta tbMotor(b) When inching, ni (times/cycle) is

CYCLO 6000 Gearmotors Technical Information5.7 Overhung Loads Cyclo 6000 Series Overhung Loads, Slow Speed Shaft continued Load Location Factors (Lf), Slow Speed Shaft EXAMPLE A uniformly loaded belt conveyor requiring 5 HPis to be driven 8 hours/dayby a Cyclo ge

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