Motors with integrated speed control

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Variable speed drive

Speed control of explosion-proof electric motors is a challenge in ATEX environments. Variable motor speed is achieved using a variable speed drive, which has to be installed in a safe zone. ELNOR Motors succeeded in integrating a variable speed drive into the explosion-proof motor enclosure.

Integrated speed control reduces the overall purchase cost and avoids having a remote speed control installed in a terminal box or outside the ATEX-zone. In addition, the integration eliminates the risk for motor winding damage due to peak voltage because it minimizes the cable distance between the motor and its motor control.

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Speed control in practice

Remote speed control is achieved through a 0-10V voltage signal, a 0-20mA current signal or a turning knob on the motor enclosure. 

 

Typical speed control applications cover electric motors up to 700 Watt in ATEX applications where mixing, dosing or other speed adjustments offer added value.

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MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS

Speed range

  • From 0 to 4000 rpm

Motor power

  • B3, B14 or B5 flange coupling

  • Up to 750W shaft power in S2-60’ duty cycle

  • Up to 550W in S1 duty

Electrical input

  • 1ph 220-240V 50/60Hz

Input signal speed control

  • 4mA – 20mA

  • 0V - 10V

  • Potentiometer (knob control)

Integrated design

  • The electronic card is integrated inside the motor. This results in a very compact and explosion proof design.

ATEX, IECEx and Inmetro approved

  • The complete motor, with the control card included, is approved according: Ex II 2 G Ex d IIB T6 to T3 Gb

 


Contact Elnor for additional information or a price quotation.

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