Electromechanical underground motor 230V AC irreversible ideal for sliding gates up to 800 kg with the magnetic limit switch, magnetic encoder, without control unit. With cold galvanized steel foundation box.
|Max gate weight:||800 kg|
|Power line supply:||230V AC - 50Hz|
|Motor power supply:||230V AC|
|Frequency of use:||50%|
|Manoeuvre speed:||9.5 m/min (0.16 m/s)|
|Motor thermal protection:||150°C|
|Type exit gear:||Z17/mod 4|
|Maximum dimension product in mm (L x W x H):||395 x 280 x 158|
|Product weight packed (Kg):||20,1|
|Number items per pallet:||24|
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