Lenze offers mains-operated three-phase AC motors for basic tasks, covering a power range from 0.16 to 60 Hp (0.12 to 45 kW).
These drives differ in terms of efficiency class and can be used for the versions required for mains operation.
New freedom in motion for engineers. The Lenze Smart Motor reduces the number of different drive versions by up to 70%. Without contactor or starter, fixed speeds can be set at will and there are many integrated functions for materials handling applications. The Lenze Smart Motor also meets the strictest energy efficiency requirements and can be operated very conveniently using a smartphone.
Leading global manufacturer of electrical and mechanical drives, motion control and automation technology, Lenze Americas recently introduced its innovative Smart Motor designed for applications ranging from material handling to packaging automation.
If you are looking for Lenze Mains Motors, please call us at (844) 331-9371 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org we will do our best to help you find the Lenze smart motor that you are looking for at the most competitive prices possible. If you are searching for Lenze MH 3-phase motor technical information (data-sheets) please use the datasheets or product selection guide page links.
Based on our many years of experience in the field of drive and automation technology, we have developed motors, which will ensure that your demands in terms of productivity, quality and availability are perfectly met.
Three-phase AC motors from the L-force series are primarily characterised by their comprehensive modularity. The wide variety of options allows you to precisely adjust the drive characteristics in line with your application.
We call this Rightsizing. L-force MH three-phase AC motors are available in a power range from 0.75 to 45 kW and comply with efficiency class IE2 (high efficiency) as per IEC 60034-30.
L-force MD three-phase ACmotors are available in a power range from 0.12 to 22 kW and comply with efficiency class IE1 (standard efficiency) as per IEC 60034-30.
ICN, HAN and M12 connectors (only for IG128-24V-H incremental encoder) are available for the three-phase AC motors. A connector is used for the power connection, connection of the brake, and the temperature monitoring connection. The feedback and blower connections are implemented via a separate connector in each case.
The 2, 4 and 6-polemotors in sizes 56 to 132 are available in B3, B5 and B14 designs. In addition, 4-pole motors are available in designs B3 and B5 up to a size of 225.
All motors with a power of 0.75 kW or above meet the requirements of efficiency class IE2 (high efficiency) according to IEC60034-30.
The efficiency was measured in accordance with IEC 60034-2-1. These round off the section of the Lenze product portfolio that concentrates on cost-optimised motors.
Whether we have MD motors in stock in Boise, Idaho or need to ship direct from Lenze to any USA cities; ACTECHDRIVES.COM can get 3-phase AC motor for mains operation to you fast and save you some money. Our industrial factory automation supplies distributors warehouse stocks some Lenze AC Tech products enabling us to further assist you in finding the correct smart MD/MH AC motors in the USA, Canada, or Mexico. It will be very helpful if you have the basic 3-phase AC smart motors part numbers ready, then our sales representatives can provide you with a pricing and availability quote for IE2 MH motors that you are looking for in seconds. If you do not have the part numbers for IE1 MD motors, our application engineers will be able to help you figure out the part numbers and get the price quote to you as soon as possible.
i510 is the new inverter series in the 0.33 to 60 Hp (0.25 to 45 kW) power range. Its distinguishing features: a streamlined design, scalable functionality, and exceptional user-friendliness. i500 provides a high-quality inverter that already conforms to future standards in accordance with the EN 50598-2 efficiency classes (IE). Overall, this provides a reliable and future-proof drive for a wide range of machine applications.
The Braking Force is applied by tappet springs. Thus the braking torque generated by friction locking remains available in the deenergised status - even in the event of mains failure. The brake is released electromagnetically. The main components of the modular system are the two basic modules E (adjustable braking torque) and N (non-adjustable braking torque). The greatest degree of flexibility is achieved for a broad range of applications by