Small inverter has integrated control panel
A new line of compact, feature-rich inverters for simple variable-speed applications, the Movitrac 07 is small enough to hold in one hand. Suitable for applications such as agitators, fans, pumps, rol...
April 1, 2001 | By MRO Magazine
A new line of compact, feature-rich inverters for simple variable-speed applications, the Movitrac 07 is small enough to hold in one hand. Suitable for applications such as agitators, fans, pumps, roller conveyors, hoists and rotary tables, the line is available in sizes from 0.5 to 3.0 hp and for input voltages from 200 to 230 V, single or three-phase supply. It offers high overload capacity, high breakaway torque and an integrated brake chopper, as well as plug and drive startup and operation. It has its own integrated control panel and features automatic motor adaptation.
Reader Service Card No. 401
Ultrasonic detector features internal data collector
The Ultrawave 170 MD Ultrasonic Detector from SDT Canada simplifies complex data collection by allowing users to configure unlimited routes with onboard asset identification. Monitoring the condition of bearings with digital ultrasonic detectors is becoming mainstream practice for predictive maintenance. It’s a reliable method on its own, or as an enhancement to existing vibration analysis programs. Now, technicians can diagnose and store ultrasonic bearing data directly without having to lug around an external data collector. The SDT 170 directly downloads to PC software that can then share the data with other CMMS programs.
SDT Canada Inc
Reader Service Card No. 400
Large AC motors have good heat dissipation
The new Reliance Electric G30 Global Series of large AC motors from Rockwell Automation produces more horsepower per frame than other similarly configured motors. Improved heat dissipation is a key benefit of the design, eliminating the need for external blower packages in many applications.. Suitable for variable frequency installations, the line features bi-directional rotation, corrosion-resistant metric hardware and dual rear mounting holes for drop-in replacement for multiple frame sizes.
Reader Service Card No. 403
Reducer and gearmotor line has compact cube shape
BNA’s new W Series worm speed reducers and gearmotors feature higher transmissible torque and a compact cube shape for easy installation. Five mounting options allow for universal installation, even where space is at a premium. Units are available for a variety of industrial and mobile applications.
BNA Bongiflioli North America Inc.
Reader Service Card No. 402
Soft-start motor controls perform automatic setup
A new line of digital, soft-start motor controls from Baldor features adaptable soft starting techniques. Available in output ranges of 9 A to 900 A for motors from 3 hp to 700 hp, the controls feature a 33-character display keypad. Operating parameters can be entered in plain English and the control automatically sets to the application. Auto setup is available for many applications, including pumps, fans, compressors and conveyors.
Baldor Electric Company
Reader Service Card No. 404
Thermo-anemometer bends around duct corners
Making short work of jobs in awkward locations, the Dwyer Model 471-3 digital thermo-anemometer takes air velocity and temperature readings with a telescoping, flexible stainless steel tip that can probe hard-to-reach ducts. The probe reaches 33 in. when fully extended. Designed for ease of use in making multiple duct-traverse measurements, this lightweight instrument has a comfortable grip and high-contrast LCD that shows readings in selectable ranges of feet per minute or meters per second, and in degrees F or C.
Reader Service Card No. 340MRO