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M Series Self-starting synchronous motor

TP-SL/TPB-SL

A new dimension in efficiency, smaller overall dimensions and the same power. The SELF Power motor is an ecological hybrid electric motor halfway between an asynchronous motor and a reluctance motor. After an asynchronous start-up, the motor synchronizes with the working frequency and runs synchronously at constant speed (without encoder) regardless of the load.

The SELF Power motor is an ecological hybrid electric motor halfway between an asynchronous motor and a reluctance motor. After an asynchronous start-up, the motor synchronizes with the working frequency and runs synchronously at a constant speed (without encoder) regardless of the load.

  • Self-starting synchronous motor without permanent magnets
  • Starting from the mains or with V/f scalar inverter
  • Constant speed with variable load (no speed feedback)
  • Suitable for multiple motors applications (no speed feedback)
  • Simple and reduced commissioning time
  • Lower operating temperatures than an equivalent asynchronous motor
  • Longer service life
  • Smaller overall dimensions and lower environmental impact than an asynchronous motor
  • Motors designed in accordance with the requirements of IEC 60034 family and relevant harmonized standards 
  • External surface ventilation
  • Insulation class F or H 
  • Degree of protection IP55, IP56, IP65, IP66
  • Unified size and shaft heights from 80 to 90L
  • Power ratings and dimensions in accordance with IEC 60072-1
  • Available with mounting feet B3 or B5 with flange or B14
  • Polarity: 4
  • FM brake in DC and MS brake in AC
  • Motor standard version unpainted
  • Over-temperature compatible with Class B
  • Ambient temperature + 40°C
  • Altitude < 1.000 m above sea level

 

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